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“Let’s Go, Brandon!”

“Let’s Go, Brandon!”

T. Becket Adams President Joe Biden ran in 2020 as the anti-Donald Trump. Biden claimed he was honest, savvy, and, most importantly, competent. However, after a couple of months on the job, the public knows now what most everyone in Washington has known for a long time: Biden is the exact opposite of the qualities he […]

Trump Regime vs. the ICC: The Wrong Side of “Sovereignty”

Trump Regime vs. the ICC: The Wrong Side of “Sovereignty”

    By Thomas L.Knapp In June, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order providing for sanctions against persons who “have directly engaged in any effort by the [International Criminal Court] to investigate, arrest, detain, or prosecute any United States personnel without the consent of the United States.” On September 2, The US regime […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Don’t Fence Me In

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Don’t Fence Me In

  By L. Neil Smith I first heard and saw karaoke performed in the 1993 Wesley Snipes/Sean Connery movie Rising Sun (yeah, I know, I don’t get out very much) which was part of the hysterical screaming that the Japanese were taking over everything, cruelly forcing perfectly good money on us, in payment for our […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The East Is Flummoxed

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The East Is Flummoxed

  by L. Neil Smith Foreign policy is not my cup of _kimchi_. In fact, this is the first time I can remember ever writing about it. Not even Europe figures significantly in my novels; future-wise, the Old World is irrelevant.  Like General Billy Mitchell, Homer Lea (look him up), and prophetic  others, I’ve always seen America […]

Christmas thanks

Christmas thanks

By Wayne Allyn Root   Christmas Eve is a perfect time to give thanks. First, thanks to the Las Vegas Review Journal, RJ owner Sheldon Adelson, my publisher Craig Moon, Editors Keith Moyer and John Kerr, and the entire RJ staff for giving me this amazing platform to spread conservatism, patriotism and common sense. I […]

Africans are being sold at Libyan slave markets. Thanks, Hillary Clinton.

Africans are being sold at Libyan slave markets. Thanks, Hillary Clinton.

    By Glenn Harlan Reynolds, Opinion columnist for USA Today | For the entire article, please click here. ‘We came, we saw, he died,’ she joked. But overthrowing Gadhafi was a humanitarian and strategic debacle that now limits our options on North Korea.’ Black Africans are being sold in open-air slave markets,  and it’s Hillary Clinton’s […]

Trump’s Fate

Trump’s Fate

  by Victor Davis Hanson  November 28, 2017  Plenty of people in ‘flyover’ country like not only Trump’s message — and actions — but also Trump, the loudmouth messenger. The political verdict seems out on Trump’s current political future. His supporters have won four special congressional elections. Yet, more recently, Republicans lost more local and state […]

Sorry, Judge Napolitano: Immigration Isn’t “Foreign Policy”

Sorry, Judge Napolitano: Immigration Isn’t “Foreign Policy”

. By Thomas L. Knapp By the time you read this, the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit may have handed down a ruling for or against president Donald Trump’s executive order banning travel and immigration from seven countries. Two states (Washington and Minnesota) are suing to kill that order. Andrew Napolitano — […]

Trump’s Foreign Policy: Obama’s Third Term, Bush’s Fifth

Trump’s Foreign Policy: Obama’s Third Term, Bush’s Fifth

, By Thomas L. Knapp “Let me begin by saying that although this has been billed as an anti-war rally, I stand before you as someone who is not opposed to war in all circumstances,” Illinois State Senator Barack Obama said in 2002. Later in the same speech: “What I am opposed to is a […]

NR columnist praises Trump’s positions

NR columnist praises Trump’s positions

By Deroy Murdock Short of diving headfirst from atop his eponymous tower, Donald J. Trump seems unable to satisfy the Never Trump crowd. Perhaps the most aggravating thing about Trump’s mortal enemies on the right — many of whom I have known and admired for decades — is that they refuse to take “yes” for […]

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