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Was COVID-19 Our Neutron Bomb?

Was COVID-19 Our Neutron Bomb?

    By Victor Davis Hanson If Biden and his team get what they wish—a neo-socialist, big government transformation—we will enter tough times. But not yet and perhaps not until after 2022. In the 1970s and 1980s, furor arose over our possible use of the “neutron bomb” that macabrely would “kill people, but not destroy […]

The Communist Takeover of The United States – Part II

The Communist Takeover of The United States – Part II

    By Wayne Allyn Root This is Part Deux of my series on the Communist Takeover of the United States. Part I centered on the new President who oversees it all- Barack Obama. I do believe the new president is in fact, the old president. This is the third term of Obama. The first […]

Predicting and Planning for the Next Polar Vortex?

Predicting and Planning for the Next Polar Vortex?

    By Duggan Flanakin We say we can predict and plan for climate chaos 50 years out, but not an imminent vortex?    Americans know a lot about planning for hurricanes, and about voluntary and mandatory evacuations. They also know that some hurricanes bring major damage to urban and rural areas, and that sometimes […]

Equity = Inequality, Discrimination and Mediocrity

Equity = Inequality, Discrimination and Mediocrity

    By Larry Sand The fixation on equity is a loser for all concerned. At the same time that the indoctrination of American students continues to work its way through the schools, its evil twin “equity” is advancing right along with it. As the race-obsessed Ibram X. Kendi explains, equity exists when “two or […]

Capitol Riot: Well Past Its Sell By Date

Capitol Riot: Well Past Its Sell By Date

    by Thomas L. Knapp “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste,” Rahm Emanuel said in November 2008, shortly before becoming White House Chief of Staff in the Obama administration. Left unsaid: Even if you have to make something into a “serious crisis,” molehill-to-mountain style. There are plenty of real crises. […]

The Myth (and Phony Math) of ‘Green’ Jobs

The Myth (and Phony Math) of ‘Green’ Jobs

    By Duggan Flanakin Governments are killing real jobs and conning us about ‘millions of good green jobs’   “Fool me once,” Stephen King wrote, “shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me three times, shame on both of us.” His adage certainly applies to the myth (and fake math) of […]

Meet the New President of the United States – Barack Obama

Meet the New President of the United States – Barack Obama

    By Wayne Allyn Root I’ve written thousands of columns and commentaries. This is the most important I’ve ever written. This is my chance to play the modern-day version of Paul Revere. “The commies are coming. The commies are coming.” Yes, I am reporting a communist takeover. But the leader of this attack is […]

Elite Private Schools Go Woke

Elite Private Schools Go Woke

    By Larry Sand Some parents are paying $50,000 a year for their kids to be indoctrinated. Colleges have been fertile fields of woke craziness for years now. Just a few recent examples: Middlebury College Professor Jonathan Miller-Lane claims that “To preserve American democracy, Whiteness must be demilitarized so that bodies designated as ‘White’ might become […]

Sustainable Farms Rehabilitation Center

Sustainable Farms Rehabilitation Center

    By Richard Eber Kamala Harris has succeeded Joe Biden as President of the United States. Following Joe’s invitation to Vladimir Putin, when visiting the White House, to be offered the early bird special and a Bingo game prior to nap time, the 25th Amendment was enacted putting the former VP in charge. Once in power Harris surmised that […]

Cancun Kerfuffle: In Defense of Ted Cruz

Cancun Kerfuffle: In Defense of Ted Cruz

    by Thomas L. Knapp As Texas went dark last week, with much of the state’s population experiencing blackouts under severe winter weather conditions, US senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and his family jetted off to Cancun for a warm, sunny family vacation. Mockery and outrage ensued. The mockery was quite fun and often on […]

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