Opinion

An Obituary of the Western World

An Obituary of the Western World

on November 6, 2019, 6:55 AM / in Opinion

A World Based On Lies Is A False World During the course of my life I have watched the Western World abandon all of the values that made it successful. Despite all its crimes, and they are many, the Western World succeeded. Everyone wanted to be part of it, and it will be the demise of the Russians that they […]

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Facebook And It’s Connections To The C.I.A. And D.A.A.R.P.A.

Facebook And It’s Connections To The C.I.A. And D.A.A.R.P.A.

on November 6, 2019, 6:43 AM / in National News, Opinion

by Brian S Staveley Facebook was setup by the C.I.A. Try telling that to most people and they laugh at it. People seem to think its a coincidence that Facebook seems to be so intrusive over and over again. Privacy policies that would make anyone scratch their head. I’m not going to beat around the bush with this blog post. […]

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Easy Way to Understand & Explain the Electoral College

Easy Way to Understand & Explain the Electoral College

on November 6, 2019, 6:35 AM / in Opinion

The winner of our presidential elections is determined by how many states you win, not how many votes you get.  This has driven the Hillary sour grapes crowd nuts, since Hillary got more votes in 2016 but didn’t win enough states. As such, many on the left are calling for the end of the Electoral College and switch our presidential […]

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THE DEEP STATE IS CANCELING YOUR VOTE

THE DEEP STATE IS CANCELING YOUR VOTE

on November 5, 2019, 1:09 PM / in Opinion

Republican Bill Bennett was Secretary of Education for a time, and he wrote a book about his experiences there. One of the difficulties Bennett wrote about was his discovery that his orders to carry out Republican policies were not being carried out by those tasked with doing just that.  Basically, he revealed that he was at the helm, steering his […]

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Obama Condemns What He Helped Create

Obama Condemns What He Helped Create

on November 4, 2019, 7:49 AM / in Opinion

by Peter Heck It’s kind of like Al Gore condemning climate hysteria, or like Beyoncé denouncing the over-sexualization of modern music. That’s how I felt watching former President Obama’s recent condemnation of so-called “cancel culture.” Keep in mind, it’s not that I would be bothered by Gore’s renunciation of the climate cult or Beyoncé’s censuring promiscuous lyrics, it’s that I […]

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Lt. Col. Vindman is a tool

Lt. Col. Vindman is a tool

on November 3, 2019, 7:17 AM / in Opinion

By Donald Sensing I mean that Army Lt. Col. and National Security Council staffer Alexander Vindman is being used as a tool by House Democrats, not that he is trying to do so – although the evidence that he is trying is not absent, see below. The impeachers are accusing Republicans of attacking Vindman’s service and patriotism. Funny thing is, I have […]

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Hillary Clinton thinks ‘God put her on earth’ to be president, former Bill Clinton adviser says

Hillary Clinton thinks ‘God put her on earth’ to be president, former Bill Clinton adviser says

on November 3, 2019, 6:22 AM / in National News, Opinion

Despite a failed run at the presidency in 2016, one former adviser to Bill Clinton reckons Hillary is waiting in the wings for another try in 2020, claiming “She feels like God put her on the earth to do it.” Speaking to New York talk radio host John Catsimatidis on Sunday, Dick Morris said that Hillary Clinton is likely eyeing […]

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The “Deep State” Has Been Redefined as Career Bureaucrats Doing Their Patriotic Duty

The “Deep State” Has Been Redefined as Career Bureaucrats Doing Their Patriotic Duty

on November 3, 2019, 5:31 AM / in Opinion

By Edward Curtin It gets funny, this shallow analysis of the deep state that is currently big news.  There’s something ghoulish about it, perfectly timed for Halloween and masked jokers.  What was once ridiculed by the CIA and its attendant lackeys in the media as the paranoia of “conspiracy theorists” is now openly admitted in reverent tones of patriotic fervor.  But […]

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THEY DID EXACTLY THE SAME THING TO JESUS

on November 2, 2019, 7:37 AM / in Opinion

Before I get into the meat if this piece, please understand that I make no comparison between Jesus and President Trump in terms of character, sinlessness or anything else.  Yes, I get it, okay? That written, when you compare the biblical account of how the Jewish leaders framed Jesus to the point they got him crucified by the Roman Government, […]

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New Report Reveals the Depth and Despotism of Congress’ Legalized “Pay to Play” Corruption Factory

New Report Reveals the Depth and Despotism of Congress’ Legalized “Pay to Play” Corruption Factory

on November 2, 2019, 7:31 AM / in Opinion

In a thorough investigation of congressional pay-to-play schemes, federal grants, campaign cash, investments, employment, power, and influence, the Open The Books organization is pulling back the curtain of corruption to reveal that most of the federal government is for sale to the highest bidder. The report begins with some staggering statistics: 97 percent of members of Congress get reelected each year […]

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Can The Government Really Limit Marriage To Two People?

Can The Government Really Limit Marriage To Two People?

on November 1, 2019, 8:16 AM / in Opinion

By JAZZ SHAW  |  HOT AIR There’s an interesting question for you. The government (at both the state and federal level) has been sticking its beak into the concept of marriage pretty much since the founding of the nation. We went through many iterations of what the government could and couldn’t regulate over the generations, with the trend always being […]

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U.S. Aid Makes Corrupt Countries More Corrupt

U.S. Aid Makes Corrupt Countries More Corrupt

on November 1, 2019, 7:17 AM / in Opinion

By James Bovard  |  JimBovard.com Counting on foreign aid to reduce corruption is like expecting whiskey to cure alcoholism. After closed House of Representatives impeachment hearings heard testimony on President Trump’s role in delaying U.S. aid to Ukraine, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer declared: “Numbers don’t lie. It’s even more clear now that President Trump is not the anti-corruption crusader he claims […]

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Celebrating the Reformation Reminds Us That God’s Word Is Always Important

on November 1, 2019, 7:03 AM / in Opinion, Religion

By Erick Erickson  |  The Resurgent Halloween is a fun holiday, especially for those of us who love candy. It’s fun to see kids in costumes and just enjoy the hijinks. (I’m not going to debate whether we should celebrate it or not; I’ll just take part in the fun – and the Reese’s Pumpkins.) But don’t forget the other […]

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50 Years Ago: The Day Nixon Routed the Establishment

50 Years Ago: The Day Nixon Routed the Establishment

on November 1, 2019, 6:28 AM / in Opinion

Ten days after the “silent majority” speech, Vice President Spiro Agnew, in Des Moines, launched an assault on the unholy matrimony of media power and liberal bias. Agnew questioned whether the networks near-monopoly over the primary source of information for the American people should be permanently ceded to so tiny and unrepresentative an elite. [Note: Agnew speech video included below] […]

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‘The former CEO of trucking company Scania has warned that Sweden is heading towards civil war due to uncontrolled mass immigration’

on October 31, 2019, 7:03 AM / in International News, Opinion

COGwriter The government of Sweden does not seem to care about reporting crime statistics: October 29, 2019 In Sweden, crucial societal issues, such as who is behind the current crime epidemic, are a public taboo. Swedish authorities have only published statistics about the ethnic backgrounds of criminals twice: in 1996 and in 2005. In 2017, Minister of Justice Morgan Johansson […]

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Momentum, Not Money, in WA Gun Control Repeal Effort

Momentum, Not Money, in WA Gun Control Repeal Effort

on October 31, 2019, 6:58 AM / in Opinion, State News

(Ammoland.com)- Grassroots momentum is building fast in a the admittedly-uphill effort to repeal Washington State’s gun control Initiative 1639, but the Seattle-based gun prohibition lobby is already using the pro-rights repeal effort to raise cash to fight gun owners, and buried in a story about the new campaign in the Seattle P-I.com is a hard truth: Money matters. Money can literally buy an […]

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Is Trump Facing a 1960s-Style Revolt?

Is Trump Facing a 1960s-Style Revolt?

on October 30, 2019, 9:43 AM / in Opinion

It is imprecise to say this city is divided over Trump. It is rather almost solidly united behind what millions of Middle Americans believe to be a deep state-media conspiracy to overturn the 2016 election and effect a coup d’etat against a president whom this city detests but fears it cannot defeat in 2020. Sunday morning, President Trump announced that […]

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SO WHY IS HE STILL THERE?

on October 30, 2019, 9:41 AM / in Opinion

Sometimes I get so damned frustrated with President Trump. This, “witness”, being interviewed by the Star Chamber kangaroo Democrat impeachment inquiry today is being described by Trump as a Never Trumper, and he is head of the Ukrainian Division of the NSC, the National Security Council.  Apparently there is another high ranking NCS member named Leticia who is described as […]

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Dark times for California: Democratic presidential candidates say they have ideas

Dark times for California: Democratic presidential candidates say they have ideas

on October 30, 2019, 9:10 AM / in National News, Opinion

Lord, God are we in trouble if he every gets close to the Presidency….. During a recent campaign stop in San Francisco, Andrew Yang asked his rally audience who was responsible for the wildfires and blackouts in California. “PG&E!” they yelled back. “This is an emblem of what’s gone wrong in the United States,” said the entrepreneur and Democratic presidential […]

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House approves Turkey sanctions in rare bipartisan rebuke of Trump

on October 30, 2019, 9:01 AM / in National News, Opinion

Getting out of an expansive war proves difficult The House on Tuesday easily approved sanctions against Turkey over its offensive in northern Syria against Kurdish forces. The measure passed 403-16 with 176 Republicans voting in support and just 15 opposing the bill. What this means:The sanctions offer a rare bipartisan rebuke of President Trump’s policies, while also underscoring the growing divide between Congress and […]

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