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Free Speech Just Isn’t That Complicated

Free Speech Just Isn’t That Complicated

  by Thomas L. Knapp It’s hard to believe we need to have this conversation in this day and age. But if we don’t keep having it, at some point we might not be allowed to have it. Question: What is free speech? Or, rather what is NOT free speech? In 2017, former Vermont governor, […]

Marianne Williamson is Right About American Elections

Marianne Williamson is Right About American Elections

  By Thomas L. Knapp Self-help guru Marianne Williamson isn’t likely to win the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, despite having probably served the American public more ably than any of her opponents (among other things, her Project Angel Food delivers millions of meals to the seriously ill).  Good works aside, she’s a little too “New […]

California Needs A “Mensch”

California Needs A “Mensch”

  By Richard Colman The words “mensch” in German or Yiddish technically means a person. But, over time, mensch has acquired new meanings.  In Yiddish, a mensch is someone to admire.  In American English, a mensch often means a person who will stand up for what is right. Look at what is going on in […]

Democratic Candidates Are Running a Race of Authenticity

Democratic Candidates Are Running a Race of Authenticity

  By Victor Davis Hanson An epidemic of false identities, massaged resumes and warped ancestries has broken out among the current Democratic presidential primary candidates. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) for years claimed Native American ancestry. An embattled Warren ironically took a DNA test that only proved her critics’ contention that she was no more of […]

Did Jeffrey Epstein “Belong to Intelligence?”

Did Jeffrey Epstein “Belong to Intelligence?”

  By Thomas L. Knapp In 2008, billionaire asset manager Jeffrey Epstein’s lawyers negotiated a very favorable plea bargain in Florida, under which he served a mere 13 months in jail — in his own private wing, with 12 hours of daily “work release” — on a single charge of soliciting prostitution from a minor […]

Pro-Small Biz-California Fights Legislature

Pro-Small Biz-California Fights Legislature

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   When things do not add up and seem to defy logic, the expression “Something is wrong with this picture” comes to mind. Such a predicament is the state of affairs in California for small business owners who struggle under the Progressive government of Gavin Newsom With […]

The Anti-Trump Circus

The Anti-Trump Circus

  By Victor Davis Hanson We are now in the fourth year of an anti-Trump mania, and about reaching the point of caricature. The Left should have learned something after the failed celebrity appeal to undermine the Electoral College, the initial articles of impeachment, the empty invocations of the Logan Act, the Emoluments Clause, and the […]

Democrats and the Long Game

Democrats and the Long Game

    By Robert Ringer Most pundits believe that when every Democratic candidate raised his/her hand when asked if they would support healthcare for illegal immigrants, it was the death knell for the Dirty Dems’ chances in 2020.  And they’re probably right.  Even so, from what we’ve witnessed to date, there are certain to be […]

Photo ID is Obsolete and Unnecessary. Facial Recognition Technology Makes it Dangerous.

Photo ID is Obsolete and Unnecessary. Facial Recognition Technology Makes it Dangerous.

  By Thomas L. Knapp In mid-May, San Francisco, California became the first American city to ban use of facial recognition surveillance technology by its police department and other city agencies. That’s a wise and ethical policy, as a July 7 piece at the Washington Post proves. Citing documents gathered by Georgetown Law researchers, the […]

HBO’s Falsified Chernobyl “Documentary”

HBO’s Falsified Chernobyl “Documentary”

  By Dr. Kelvin Kemm Late in 1972, Uruguayan Air Force flight 571 was taking a college rugby team and family members from Montevideo, Uruguay to Santiago, Chile. It carried five crew members and 40 passengers. As the aircraft crossed the frozen Andes, the pilot made a tragic navigation error and descended towards what he […]

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