Home » Posts tagged with » Progressives

It was the American Idea that was Great

It was the American Idea that was Great

    By Don Jans America began as an idea that had never been tried before. We would be a nation where the people would be the sovereign and the government would only be servant. In America, the role of government would be greatly reduced. Americans believed less government is the best government. This allowed […]

California’s Progressive War on Suburbia

California’s Progressive War on Suburbia

    By Edward Ring For three years in a row, California’s progressive lawmakers have attempted to legislate high density housing by taking away the ability of cities and counties to enforce local zoning laws. And for the third year in a row, the proposed law, Senate Bill 50, was narrowly defeated. But eventually something like SB […]

Crack-ups at the Crossroads of Intersectionality

Crack-ups at the Crossroads of Intersectionality

  By Victor Davis Hanson Progressives do not see the United States as an exceptional uniter of factions and tribes into a cohesive whole—each citizen subordinating his tribal, ethnic, and religious affinities to a shared Americanism, emblemized by our national motto e pluribus unum. Instead, they prefer e uno plures: out of one nation arise many […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Sticks And Stones

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Sticks And Stones

  By L. Neil Smith Michael Weatherly is an actor, probably best known for playing “Very Special Agent” Anthony DiNozzo, Jr. on N.C.I.S. a popular long-running police procedural television series where he was the “second banana”, and more recently for his own series Bull, about a “trial science expert”, inspired by the early career of […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Reparations for All!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Reparations for All!

  L. Neil Smith I have been listening to collectivists of differing descriptions yammer and whine and bleat about “reparations” for black slavery since I first became politically aware, going on sixty years now, even though not a single living American has ever been a slave — not in the conventional sense, anyway — nor […]

Progressives Bearing Gifts

Progressives Bearing Gifts

 . .  By Victor Davis Hanson Donald Trump in 2016 did not only run against the planted rumors of the fake Steele dossier, 90 percent negative media coverage, his own boisterous past, and the “Access Hollywood” tape. He also was campaigning against Hillary Clinton—and the nation’s quarter-century weariness with the Clinton scandals, crimes, money-grubbing, and hypocrisies. […]

Just What Is the “Deep State”?

Just What Is the “Deep State”?

  by Phil Erwin There is a phrase bandied about in politics lately which carries a connotation of secrecy, subterfuge, conspiracy – perhaps even “collusion.” The phrase is “Deep State,” and it suggests a shadow government within our representative government which acts to fulfill its own political ends, regardless of how those ends meet – […]

Eber | What do “California Values” mean?

Eber | What do “California Values” mean?

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views  A year from new when things start heating up for the Presidential election of 2020, so called California Values will be in the forefront of debate items by prospective Democratic candidates. As such, it is a good idea to clearly define what they mean and how […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Avocado Paradigm

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Avocado Paradigm

  by L. Neil Smith That nasty Stalinoid mouthpiece Joy Behar showed up on The View last week where she customarily dispenses her spider venom, with a fairly serious-looking bandage on her wrist.  She explained to her coven that she had injured herself cutting open an avocado. My cynical daughter (I raised her right) speculated this represented a […]

Deep State: The Mask is Slipping

Deep State: The Mask is Slipping

by Phil Erwin The namesake host of FOX’s The Story with Martha McCallum made an interesting observation: Two years ago, when candidate Trump was ten primaries up on his way to the Republican nomination, he was so unpopular, even so hated among rank-and-file Conservatives, he could not even show up at the annual Conservative Political […]

Page 1 of 3123