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Revisionism Curse of the 21st Century: Part One

Revisionism Curse of the 21st Century:  Part One

By Sigrid Weidenweber The word revision holds a double meaning. Revision can be used to re-establish the truth, or it can be used to revise truth into a lie. Once we have established that fact we can examine the examples of both kinds of revision. It is said that the victor writes the history of […]

GOP pushing trade bill that hands power to President – Vote Expected Friday

GOP pushing trade bill that hands power to President – Vote Expected Friday

By Sarah Foster On May 22, the Senate reauthorized Trade Promotion Authority legislation (also called “Fast Track”), in a roll call vote of 62-37, sending the bill to the House for further action. Proponents are hoping for a vote before the weekend. The measure is supported by Obama, much of the House Republican Conference, and […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Climate of Fear

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Climate of Fear

May 26, 2015      The Islamic Caliphate is capturing and holding territory in Anbar province and Syria. ISIS murdered 262 people in Palmyra over Memorial Day weekend. If past behavior is any guide, antiquities there could be doomed. President Obama called the defeat of Ramadi a “tactical setback”. In a commencement speech at the Coast Guard Academy last […]

Common Core and Communism

Common Core and Communism

    By Karen Schoen . One cannot be indoctrinated into something – unless the ENTIRE BELIEF SYSTEM is changed to eliminate freedom, liberty and individual ownership. To Transform means to Destroy and Change. When I taught school, I taught a class in eighth grade called Capitalism vs. Communism, where we made comparison charts, did […]

About That Other “Special Relationship”

About That Other “Special Relationship”

    By Thomas L. Knapp When it comes to entangling alliances, the “special relationship” between the United States and Israel tends to take center stage. Interposing one’s self between a herd of American politicians and an opportunity to appease Benjamin Netanyahu is a good way to get trampled to death. Lately, though, US relations […]

When Nations Fall–Part Two

When Nations Fall–Part Two

    By Sigrid Weidenweber When people in any given society refuse to play their assigned roles—all falls apart. A Jewish proverb poses: the fish stinks from the head. This is a simple and succinct statement. Everyone in most cultures knows what it means: If the government is corrupt, try the corruption spreads through all […]

Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others

Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others

By Thomas L. Knapp Presidential candidates work hard to convince ordinary Americans that they’re just like us. Regular folks. Put their pants on one leg at a time, you betcha. But nobody clears the airspace for me when I fly into a city. Nor, I bet, do federal agents cordon off several blocks around venues […]

The Drought Of Wisdom

The Drought Of Wisdom

By Gregory J. Welborn California is suffering from a record drought – perhaps one for the history books. But the drought to which I refer is not the water drought, dosage but the wisdom drought. Rain comes and goes in California – always has, pilule always will – but the stupidity among the Liberals who […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Hillary quits shaky foundation

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Hillary quits shaky foundation

Chip Bok, stuff Bokbluster.com April 13, sildenafil 2015 Candidate Hillary announced her resignation from the board of the Clinton Foundation yesterday, healing leaving Bill and Chelsea holding the bag.   Editor’s note: Chip is a talented cartoonist as well as political commentator.  People like this don’t work for free, so would you help us with […]

Look for the Union Label–Pulling the political strings

Look for the Union Label–Pulling the political strings

By Jon Coupal Because of Proposition 13, abortion the unions representing California’s government employees — employees that are the highest paid in all 50 states according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics — have a huge stake in who is elected to the state Legislature. While most Californians are aware that Proposition 13 limits increases […]