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The Never-Ending Variants In The March To Marxism

The Never-Ending Variants In The March To Marxism

Column by Karen Kataline     Just in time for the holidays, globalists have gifted the free world with yet another covid “variant.” As has been the case with all the previous variants, there has been no identified, definitive patient-centered test to identify it. This one will again justify tightening the screws that are now […]

“Highly Vaccinated” Israel “On Verge Of An Emergency” As Alleged “COVID” Cases Spike

“Highly Vaccinated” Israel “On Verge Of An Emergency” As Alleged “COVID” Cases Spike

By Mac Slavo Israel, where almost 90% of the population has been fully vaccinated, is “on the verge of an emergency” as COVID-19 cases spike. The vaccines have done little to stop the totalitarian rollout, and in fact, the Israeli government said it will act “fast and strong” in its fight against the new Covid […]

Knucklehead Of The Week: Hillary Says The Quiet Part Out Loud… Again

Knucklehead Of The Week: Hillary Says The Quiet Part Out Loud… Again

By PF Whalen In a shortened holiday week like this one, we might expect there would be fewer candidates for KOTW. Virtually all Americans spent Thursday with their families where presumably the only opportunities to display someone’s knuckleheadedness was to their loved ones in a private setting. Similarly, Friday is traditionally spent either relaxing, or […]

Americans Don’t Hate Work, They Hate The Workplace

Americans Don’t Hate Work, They Hate The Workplace

by Austin Stone News outlets are calling it a “Great Resignation”: millions of able-bodied Americans refusing to work. This phenomenon, so alien to America’s ethos as a leader in production and innovation, has authorities scratching their heads and desperately seeking answers. Our nation was founded with an entrepreneurial mentality. The earliest colonists and later pioneers […]

Coming To America – Philippines

Coming To America – Philippines

 bY Kathleen S. Roos Ph.D.   Editor’s note: In this installment, Kathleen S. Roos Ph.D. interviews Marilyn Tolosa, originally from the Philippines on July 29, 2021   Marilyn: tell me a little bit about the Philippines and your life there.   I came from a large family with 8 children, very common in the Philippines. […]

COVID Concentration Camps For Australians; It’s Happening

COVID Concentration Camps For Australians; It’s Happening

By Jon Rappoport Zero Hedge “The Australian army has begun forcibly removing residents in the Northern Territories to the Howard Springs quarantine camp located in Darwin, after nine new Covid-19 cases were identified in the community of Binjari. The move comes after hard lockdowns were instituted in the communities of both Binjari and nearby Rockhole […]

Why Did This Happen And What Can We Do?

Why Did This Happen And What Can We Do?

    By Don Jans   The United States is no longer a nation that protects individual liberty. Individual liberty was the reason we fought the American Revolution. Individual liberty was paramount when the United States Constitution was written and ratified. Individual liberty was the reason the American people insisted the Bill of Rights become […]

For Christmas, How About An End To The War On Marijuana?

For Christmas, How About An End To The War On Marijuana?

  by Thomas L. Knapp You’ve seen the headlines. So, Have I. For example, a November 23 story in my local paper (the Gainesville, Florida Sun): “Gainesville man charged with murder for Sunday shooting in dispute over marijuana deal.” It wasn’t a huge marijuana deal. It was a $180 sale. The seller apparently shot a […]

Nancy Pelosi Buys a $25 Million Mansion in Florida

Nancy Pelosi Buys a $25 Million Mansion in Florida

By Dr. Rich Swier, Liberty First It’s wonderful that Nancy Pelosi is buying a $25 million home on beautiful Jupiter Island, Florida. Reminds me of the song Jennifer Juniper by Donovan when he sings “Jennifer Juniper lives upon the hill.” Maybe we should change the lyric to say “Nancy Pelosi was once upon Capital hill […]

Can Taxpayers Be Grateful This Thanksgiving?

Can Taxpayers Be Grateful This Thanksgiving?

by Jon Coupal As inflation takes a bigger bite out of your turkey than you do, it may be hard to find reasons to be grateful. But the truth is we still have much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Here’s a few reasons why. In the Legislature, success is often measured not in how […]