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Debate: Liberal Policies Make it Harder for Black Americans to Succeed

Debate: Liberal Policies Make it Harder for Black Americans to Succeed

    By Michael Greer Last night I attended a debate at UCLA between Jason Riley of the Wall Street Journal and Law Professor Randall Kennedy of Harvard University. Jason Riley is a columnist for the Wall Street Journal where he is a member of the Editorial Board. He is a commentator for Fox News […]

Minimum Wage Hikes Hurt the Economy and the Poor

Minimum Wage Hikes Hurt the Economy and the Poor

By Jon Coupal California has raised its minimum wage four times over the past 13 years, cure with each increase outpacing the federal minimum wage. California’s current minimum wage is 138% of the federal level, cure and with the impending statewide increase mandated by current law in 2016, California will have the highest minimum wage […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Ayatollah Advice

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Ayatollah Advice

Chip Bok, hospital Bokbluster.com April 13, order 2015 Ayatollah Khamenei recently held a fire and brimstone revival in Iran. He said there would be no nuclear deal unless sanctions are lifted immediately.The Supreme Leader then presided over a rousing chorus of Death to America chants. Editor’s note: Chip is a talented cartoonist as well as political […]

Some recent CitizensJournal.us reader comments

Some recent CitizensJournal.us reader comments

By Citizens Journal Readers Some of our readers speak up here. Also see our Facebook page, viagra 100mg where readers are even more talkative: https://www.facebook.com/citizensjournalVC   Lawrence Stein The crime numbers seem to be equally proportioned to the population. There is an adage, clinic figures don’t lie, remedy but lairds figure. During the presentation, the police […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Hillary quits shaky foundation

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Hillary quits shaky foundation

Chip Bok, stuff Bokbluster.com April 13, sildenafil 2015 Candidate Hillary announced her resignation from the board of the Clinton Foundation yesterday, healing leaving Bill and Chelsea holding the bag.   Editor’s note: Chip is a talented cartoonist as well as political commentator.  People like this don’t work for free, so would you help us with […]

‘Hannity’ Guest Storms Off Set During Explosive Talk About Killer Cop: ‘You Are an Embarrassment…

‘Hannity’ Guest Storms Off Set During Explosive Talk About Killer Cop: ‘You Are an Embarrassment…

By George Miller   It appears that L.A. Christian Conservative minister Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson was the ONLY one on the program who believes in the Constitution, rule of LAW and due process. While it doesn’t look good for that SC cop Michael Slager, who it appears allegedly killed Walter Scott, there should be an investigation and […]

We Don’t Need No Stinking Deal

We Don’t Need No Stinking Deal

By Gregory J. Welborn Very few op-eds have been as easy to write as this one; in fact, seek the article almost wrote itself from the daily headlines of the last several days. The toughest thing for me to do was to come up with a catchy title. As for the article, well anyone who […]

Look for the Union Label–Pulling the political strings

Look for the Union Label–Pulling the political strings

By Jon Coupal Because of Proposition 13, abortion the unions representing California’s government employees — employees that are the highest paid in all 50 states according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics — have a huge stake in who is elected to the state Legislature. While most Californians are aware that Proposition 13 limits increases […]

Why the Article V Convention Must Be Opposed

Why the Article V Convention Must Be Opposed

by Jay Stang The Constitution provides us several avenues to amend, or change it. The avenue most Americans are familiar with is the amendment. The least known, until now, is the convention, also identified in Article V. The convention, known in this day as the Convention of the States (CoS), would be convened for the […]

Intolerance And Indiana

Intolerance And Indiana

By Gregory J. Welborn Reports from the Mideast about “a deal” with Iran are grabbing all the headlines, capsule but arguably an equally important battle is being waged here on the domestic front. This is a battle between those who claim to be tolerant and those who are portrayed as monolithically and backwardly intolerant. I […]