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Progressive Bay Area Group Cripples Morning Commute In San Francisco

Progressive Bay Area Group Cripples Morning Commute In San Francisco

by Chris Bailey 01 October 2021, Ventura County California An organization called Bay Resistance took over the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco by blocking northbound traffic on 1 October 2021. The California Highway Patrol unwittingly assisted in the bridge blockage by responding on the southbound lanes, resulting in the complete shutdown of a major […]

The Charming City By The Bay Has Some Serious Edu-Warts That Need To Be Excised

The Charming City By The Bay Has Some Serious Edu-Warts That Need To Be Excised

Column By Larry Sand San Francisco is a magical city. My first visit there was in 1969 as a New York city college kid on winter break, and I was enthralled. I was there again in 1996 on my honeymoon, and several times since, and have always found the city to have an amazing vibrancy rivaled […]

Reaching Peak Progressivism

Reaching Peak Progressivism

  Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness In 2020 we have finally hit peak progressivism. The adjective “peak”—apex or summit— is often used to describe something that has reached its maximum extent but thereafter will insidiously decline—like supposed U.S. domestic oil production in 2000 when more oil was purportedly taken out of, rather than still in […]

Atheism Kills | The Dangers of a World Without God – and Cause for Hope

Atheism Kills | The Dangers of a World Without God – and Cause for Hope

American Freedom Alliance, AFA, is delighted  to host a Literary Cafe featuring  Barak Lurie, whom many of you know from his weekly radio show on AM870 here in LA, and from his talk at our conference last month on the Left’s Crushing of Free Speech. The event will be on Friday, January 19th at 6:00 PM. His […]

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 […]