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20/20 New Year’s Resolutions

20/20 New Year’s Resolutions

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views As the end of the first two decades of the century concludes, we hope the political environment in the next year will mirror the present strong economy that the Trump Administration has bestowed upon the American people. During his administration, of prosperity our State seems to be mired […]

Why Trump is the Most “Presidential” President Ever

Why Trump is the Most “Presidential” President Ever

  Wayne Allyn Root Why do Democrats hate Trump so much? And why do Republicans love him so much? I believe it all starts with another question, “Is Trump presidential?” I just returned from a White House visit. I attended the White House Hanukkah Party with President Trump. Liberals argue Trump isn’t “presidential.” They claim […]

Politicized Veganism

Politicized Veganism

  Duggan Flanakin The average American ate some 220 pounds of red meat and poultry in 2018, according to the US Department of Agriculture, surpassing a record set in 2004.  But some politicians have joined anti-meat and climate change activists in a massive effort to restructure the American diet – and to ensure … and […]

Commentary | His Name was Earl – Homeless in L.A.

Commentary | His Name was Earl – Homeless in L.A.

    by Raven West   According to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, there are approximately 50,000 homeless people in and around Los Angeles living on streets, parks and freeway underpasses. This is a story about just one. His name is Earl. About fifteen years ago when I lived in Thousand Oaks I was working […]

The Libertarian Enterprise | Andrew and Donald

The Libertarian Enterprise | Andrew and Donald

  By L. Neil Smith Over the past few weeks, it has surprised me how seldom the name Andrew Johnson has come up. Sure, every time it has been mentioned that Donald Trump is the third (or fourth — or third and a halfth) President to be impeached, Johnson, the first, is given a brief […]

UN Bureaucrats Chow Down on Burgers – While Attacking Meat

UN Bureaucrats Chow Down on Burgers – While Attacking Meat

  Craig Rucker They came for your car, your light bulb, your dishwasher and washing machine, your toilet, your electricity, your airline flight and so much more. Now you can add your burger and steak to their list of what they want to legislate, regulate or confiscate out of your existence. YOUR existence. Not theirs. […]

A Modest Proposal for Improving Senate Impeachment Trials

A Modest Proposal for Improving Senate Impeachment Trials

  Thomas L. Knapp US Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) makes no bones about his position on the likely upcoming impeachment trial of US president Donald Trump. “I am trying to give a pretty clear signal I have made up my mind,” he tells CNN International’s Becky Anderson. “I’m not trying to pretend to be a […]

The Christmas Truce of 1914: Proof that Peace is Possible

The Christmas Truce of 1914: Proof that Peace is Possible

  Thomas L. Knapp   As 1914 drew to a close, Europe had been at war for months. On the Western Front, opposing armies faced each other across a stalemated front line running from the North Sea to the Swiss border.  On December 24, 100,000 soldiers from both sides of that line decided to create […]

From Christmas to Christmess: A Liberal Journey to Hypocrisy.

From Christmas to Christmess: A Liberal Journey to Hypocrisy.

  Raynard Jackson ThyBlackMan.com) As I write my last column for the year, I debated what I should write about and these are the thoughts that came to my mind.  So, I hope you enjoy! As I reflect on the past few decades in our country, there was once a time when the Christmas season was so noncontroversial […]

In Praise of Home Delivery Culture

In Praise of Home Delivery Culture

  Thomas L. Knapp Writing at Reason magazine, Liz Wolfe lauds home delivery culture — the increasing tendency of Americans to Netflix and chill while relying on Amazon Prime, Instacart, Grubhub, and other services to drop the goods we consume off on our front porches. Wolfe nails some of the individual benefits, and beneficiaries, of […]