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I’m not Anti Vax, I’m Pro Vax. But What If This Experimental Covid Shot Is Killing People? Don’t Americans Have A Right To Know?

I’m not Anti Vax, I’m Pro Vax. But What If This Experimental Covid Shot Is Killing People? Don’t Americans Have A Right To Know?

    Wayne Allyn Root I have to start this column by stating I’m not anti-vaccine. To the contrary, I’ve never been anti-vaccine. In my thirty-five years on national TV and radio, I’ve never spoken out against any vaccine (until now). But I sure think everyone deciding on whether to get it, or not, deserves […]

Democracy Is More Than Just Elections

Democracy Is More Than Just Elections

Anthony Gill  Coming on the heels of a year-long lockdown, people turned out with renewed enthusiasm on July 4, 2021 to celebrate the birth of our constitutional democratic republic. Wave the flags. Cheer for the republic!! Oh, how we love our democracy!!! Democracy. The rule of “the people!” But how do the people rule? By […]

How “Rule Of Law” Has Been Eviscerated

How “Rule Of Law” Has Been Eviscerated

    By Don Jans It is important we understand the differences between “rule of law” and arbitrary law. The United States was founded on the principle of “rule of law” with the Constitution of the United States being the ultimate law. Under “rule of law”, the law can not be changed simply because somebody […]

Wayne Allyn Root’s Response to Being Banned by Twitter

Wayne Allyn Root’s Response to Being Banned by Twitter

    By Wayne Allyn Root “My name is Wayne Allyn Root. I am the host of the nationally-syndicated radio show “Wayne Allyn Root: Raw & Unfiltered” on USA Radio Network. On Saturday February 6th, I was ‘disappeared’ by Twitter. This reminds me of the Soviet Gulag, or the East German Stasi, or Fidel Castro’s […]

Brave New World Wide Web Revisited

Brave New World Wide Web Revisited

    by Joel Schlosberg February 8 marks the silver anniversary of an iconic early manifesto defending the Internet as a space where personal liberties and social cooperation might flourish free of political control … just in time. John Perry Barlow emailed “A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace” from the World Economic Forum the […]

Big Tech’s Playing Monopoly. It’s Going to Lose.

Big Tech’s Playing Monopoly. It’s Going to Lose.

    by Thomas L. Knapp Over the years, I’ve written many columns concerning the war on Internet freedom. My usual targets are the politicians and government agencies who serve as shock troops for the Dark Side across fronts ranging from encryption to sex worker advertisements to darknet marketplaces. On the “private sector” side of […]

Muzzled in Montana!

Muzzled in Montana!

    By Richard Colman Freedom of speech is enshrined in the American Constitution.  But the State Montana may be an exception. In May 2018, a federal government official detained two American women, in a small Montana town, for speaking Spanish.  They were in a convenience store located about 35 miles from the Canadian border. When a […]

Commentary | We are at a Crisis Crossroads

Commentary | We are at a Crisis Crossroads

    By Don Jans “You can fool some of the people all of the time and you can fool all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time.” We have seen games played with our elections in the past. The first time I […]

The Founding Fathers of our limited government: Thomas Jefferson and the freedom of speech

The Founding Fathers of our limited government: Thomas Jefferson and the freedom of speech

By TIMOTHY SNOWBALL This is the fifth in a five-part series dedicated to exploring the lives, ideas, and contributions of the five individuals most directly responsible for the founding of the United States. Without the courageous actions of James Madison, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson, America would not be the country that it is today. […]

Attack on Hong Kong Epoch Times printing press needs to be condemned

Attack on Hong Kong Epoch Times printing press needs to be condemned

    By Michael Hernandez  Americans who value the Constitution and the 1st Amendment (Bill of Rights) which establishes:  “the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assembly, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances” should condemn the Nov. 19th attack on the Hong […]

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