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My Latest Missive to Randi Weingarten

My Latest Missive to Randi Weingarten

    By Larry Sand This is the sixth in a series of open letters to the president of the American Federation of Teachers. (The first five can be accessed here.) Yo Randi! I am really concerned about you, girl! First, at Al Sharpton’s National Day of Action lefty-fest in D.C. a couple of weeks ago, you informed […]

POLITICS | California Ballot Initiatives: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly and the Ugliest

POLITICS | California Ballot Initiatives: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly and the Ugliest

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Several counties have already sent out their absentee ballots.  It looks like L.A. County is going to send out theirs a week early—this week.  Like everything else, government is playing fast and loose with the rules.  No doubt this will be, in California, the most […]

Solar Panels Generate Mountains of Waste

Solar Panels Generate Mountains of Waste

    By Duggan Flanakin They also heat the planet, blanket wildlife habitats and cause other ecological damage The problem of solar panel waste is now becoming evident. As environmental journalist Emily Folk admits in Renewable Energy Magazine, “when talking about renewable energy, the topic of waste does not often appear.” She attributes this to […]

Defund Police Movement Part of the Fundamental Transformation

Defund Police Movement Part of the Fundamental Transformation

    By Don Jans At the heart of so many movements in the United States today is the call to centralize all power in the federal government. Yes, this is a critical difference between a society based on collectivism (Marxism, communism, socialism, progressivism, the Democrat party – all virtually the same) and a society […]

Mueller Team accidentally wiped cell phones clean

Mueller Team accidentally wiped cell phones clean

    By Jordan Sekulow, Executive Director American Center for Law and Justice The Left’s attempted Russia collusion fiasco to hurt the President continues to collapse. And everyone involved is scrambling to protect themselves as the ceiling caves in around them. The ACLJ just took direct action to expose their corrupt actions. We recently told you how […]

One Nation Under God

One Nation Under God

    By Michael Greer That is the point, isn’t it? Didn’t our founders believe our form of government wasn’t possible without a religiously moral people? But we aren’t “one nation” anymore, are we? And morality is now considered a “White construct”. We don’t even understand where these people who are burning, looting, shooting police, […]

The Fall of American Democracy and the Rise of White Nationalism and Tyranny: We all saw it Coming!

The Fall of American Democracy and the Rise of White Nationalism and Tyranny: We all saw it Coming!

    By Armando Vazquez Get Rid of the Ballots…That is what he said, that is what he will do, and who is going to stop him? We are less that 42 days away from the most cataclysmic, potentially apocalyptic, American election in our lifetime. However the election results turn out, approximately half of the […]

Testing, Testing, One, Two, Zero

Testing, Testing, One, Two, Zero

    By Joel Schlosberg For this fall’s college freshmen, standardized tests weren’t as crucial in determining their selection as they would have been before 2020. Hundreds of educational institutions waived exam requirements when COVID prevented on-site administration. Some even excised the tests from the application process entirely. Yet Jeffrey Selingo reports that “something strange […]

A Simple Question!

A Simple Question!

    John Grant What we have NOT heard. One thing that really is incomprehensible to me – because most will not think about voices NOT heard – responding only to those they do hear: Why the hell has Obama been silent about the violence, arson, and looting by mostly blacks? You know in your […]

Supreme Court: Playing for Time vs. Advise and Consent

Supreme Court: Playing for Time vs. Advise and Consent

    By Thomas L. Knapp “The American people,” US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said in 2016, “should have a voice in the selection of their next Supreme Court Justice. Therefore, this vacancy should not be filled until we have a new president.” McConnell took that position in response to President Barack Obama’s […]

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