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Democratic Candidates Aren’t on a Winning Track

Democratic Candidates Aren’t on a Winning Track

  By Victor Davis Hanson Presidential candidates from both parties usually sound hard-core in the primaries to appeal to their progressive or conservative bases. But for the general election, the nominees move to the center to pick off swing voters and centrist independents. Voters put up with the scripted tactic as long as a candidate […]

Tom Dunn: Interview of a Formerly Homeless Recovering Addict

Tom Dunn: Interview of a Formerly Homeless Recovering Addict

By Tom Dunn: Editor’s note: Tom Dunn of Port Hueneme News did these two video interviews of formerly homeless, now recovering addict, Lang Martinez. Lang has now become an advocate for the homeless. In Part I, Tom persuades Lang to tell us about the life of the addicted homeless, whom Lang estimates are 80% of […]

Crack-ups at the Crossroads of Intersectionality

Crack-ups at the Crossroads of Intersectionality

  By Victor Davis Hanson Progressives do not see the United States as an exceptional uniter of factions and tribes into a cohesive whole—each citizen subordinating his tribal, ethnic, and religious affinities to a shared Americanism, emblemized by our national motto e pluribus unum. Instead, they prefer e uno plures: out of one nation arise many […]

A Declaration of Mineral Independence Against Eco Tyranny

A Declaration of Mineral Independence Against Eco Tyranny

  Paul Driessen & Ann Bridges As we celebrated the Declaration of Independence, let us view it from a 21st century perspective. Many of the colonists’ grievances against King George III resonate today, as tyrannical environmentalists continue to block domestic development of minerals that are critical for our businesses, security and living standards. To protect our freedoms, […]

Is the Fix in for Justice Roberts?

Is the Fix in for Justice Roberts?

  By Wayne Allyn Root The deck is stacked. fix is in.  The Democrat Party, DC Swamp, Deep State, globalists, socialists, various special interest groups, and a few bought-and-sold RINO Republicans are giving your country away, day by day, hour by hour, inch by inch. This is about unbridled greed. Open borders are making a […]

A Red Team Review of Climate Crisis Assertions

A Red Team Review of Climate Crisis Assertions

  By Paul Driessen Various scientists, politicians and activists have long insisted that the United States and world must end fossil fuel use to prevent dangerous manmade global warming, climate change and extreme weather disasters. They say “the science is settled” and the time to act is now. Many other experts have pointed out that […]

Yes, They’re Concentration Camps

Yes, They’re Concentration Camps

  By Thomas L. Knapp “The United States is running concentration camps on our southern border,” US Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) pointed out in an Instagram video on June 18. Republicans quickly ducked into phone booths and emerged wearing sackcloth, ashes, yarmulkes and Star of David armbands to wail in unison that AOC was disrespecting […]

Kamala Harris: Trump, But with Darker Skin and Better Hair

Kamala Harris: Trump, But with Darker Skin and Better Hair

  By Thomas L. Knapp In the wake of her supposed “victory” in the first round of Democratic presidential debates, US Senator Kamala Harris  rose from fifth place to a tie for third place (with fellow US Senator Elizabeth Warren) in a Morning Consult poll of her party’s primary voters. Her gain came mainly at […]

God Bless America!

God Bless America!

 By Michael Greer GOD BLESS AMERICA! And thank you God, for blessing me with the privilege of being born an American. I am grateful everyday for this beautiful country. With whatever faults and flaws she may have, she is still the best country in the world. She has still done more good than bad. And […]

A Nanny Law Independence Day

A Nanny Law Independence Day

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views With the 4th of July fast approaching local and state governments are putting out dire warnings about the dangers of illegal fireworks.  They are especially concerned about personal injury and property damage. From Santa Maria to San Jose law enforcement agencies have been planning their strategies on handling […]