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Presidential Politics: They’re All Conservatives

Presidential Politics: They’re All Conservatives

  , . By Thomas L. Knapp As reliably as seconds ticking by on an expensive wristwatch, Republican presidential candidates loudly and vehemently identify themselves as “conservatives.” We’re used to hearing politicians lie, but these politicians are telling the truth for once. They ARE all conservatives. Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, on the other […]

Pan Fascism: Mussolini was a Piker

Pan Fascism: Mussolini was a Piker

By Thomas L. Knapp California’s Senate unanimously approved a bill proffered by Sacramento Democrat Richard Pan on May 18. The bill “would allow so-called beer bikes to operate on streets, but leaves cities to decide if alcohol is allowed on board.” Why are “beer bikes” so important to Senator Pan? If you guessed “because he […]

Sock It To The Rich Folks!

Sock It To The Rich Folks!

    . Hilary Clinton is on her campaign tour, which is disguised as a book tour.  One of the themes she’s committed to drilling deep into the American conscience is that she, like other Liberals, is looking out for the average American, protecting them against the greedy rich folks.  Sometimes, she blames Conservatives, but […]

Getting the real hope back–United IE Conservative Conference Protecting the American Dream

Getting the real hope back–United IE Conservative Conference Protecting the American Dream

. . . By Michael Greer I got up at 5:00am on Saturday morning, and drove two hours to Riverside for a conference. It was well worth the trip. I must congratulate the United Inland Empire Conservative Conference. They are a group of Tea Parties and conservative clubs that only just joined together this year. […]

FreedomWorks Submits Comment Opposing IRS Rules Changes, Calls for Field Hearings

FreedomWorks Submits Comment Opposing IRS Rules Changes, Calls for Field Hearings

First the Conservatives, then who? The IRS is re-defining social welfare group activity to regulate tea party and patriot groups out of existence By Jacqueline Bodnar Washington, DC- After months of educating citizens on proposed IRS rules changes that would cripple and effectively eliminate 501(c)(4) civic engagement activity, FreedomWorks submitted official comments to the IRS […]

The Challenge of Postmodernism

The Challenge of Postmodernism

Guest Editorial By Jeanette Hernandez             Culture is unified only in so far as most citizens see a common thread of values and mores. Just prior to World War II, cialis America had a shared culture. Science was equated with progress, thumb the family (defined heterosexually) was the central unit of social order, politicians were […]

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