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Does The United States Need To Be Transformed?

Does The United States Need To Be Transformed?

By Chuck Lehmann  Canadian Free Press   Since the 1990s,  through the Obama Administration, and now in the Biden Administration, we’ve had a movement in the United States that wants to “transform” our country into something that our Founding Fathers never had in mind when they authored the U.S. Constitution. It seems these radical reformers want […]

How the People Can Fix California

How the People Can Fix California

Edward Ring The deadline to file citizens initiatives for the November 2022 state ballot is this August, and not nearly enough has been done so far. Active measures submitted to the California Attorney General include the highly necessary proposition to “prohibit slavery and involuntary servitude,” along with one to “require earth sustainability training in public schools.” Because […]

Are We in the Final Days of the Transformation?

Are We in the Final Days of the Transformation?

    By Don Jans The United States has been in one stage or another of being transformed from the individualist principles upon which it was founded to the collectivist principles that have been the driving force behind the transformation movement. Those of you who have read my writings over the years know that I […]

The Death of One Man

The Death of One Man

By Michael Greer The election of one man began the fundamental transformation of America and the death of another may complete the transformation. The death of Antonin Scalia may very well bring the death of our Constitution. Antonin Scalia has been standing between us and tyranny for 30 years. He was a remarkable man in […]

Transform the Ugly into Beauty

Transform the Ugly into Beauty

By Brynne Betz The table is heavily worn, its top littered with spots of peeling varnish, with stains from permanent pens and greasy foods. There are rivets from pencils and dents from toys and when she runs her fingers across its rough surface, a feeling of nostalgia overcomes her. She loves the table. No matter […]

America: Who Loves Ya, Baby?

America: Who Loves Ya, Baby?

By Phil Erwin Way back in the Dark Ages, circa the 1970’s there was an unlikely hero-cop type running around television’s “New York”, sporting a very bald pate, a very New York attitude and a very silly candy sucker. The character was Kojak, the actor was Telly Savalas. Every episode, Savalas would pull the sucker […]

Reach for the Stars      

Reach for the Stars      

By Michael Greer, October 21, 2014 I remember well the day American astronauts first walked on the moon. It was July 21st, 1969 ~ my youngest daughter was three months old, and I had a serious ear infection. We had dinner with some friends, and watched as Neil Armstrong stepped down onto the lunar surface and […]

Inching Towards Tyranny

Inching Towards Tyranny

Guest Editorial By Shari Goodman Today, viagra sale we are reminded of how close we are to losing our liberty which was secured by the blood of previous generations.  It was only five years ago, cialis that President Barack Hussein Obama proclaimed that “we are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of […]