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The Communist Takeover of The United States – Part II

The Communist Takeover of The United States – Part II

    By Wayne Allyn Root This is Part Deux of my series on the Communist Takeover of the United States. Part I centered on the new President who oversees it all- Barack Obama. I do believe the new president is in fact, the old president. This is the third term of Obama. The first […]

Woe Is US

Woe Is US

    By Sigrid Weidenweber I have wanted to stop writing for some time now. The words do not flow as easily as in previous years, and I sometimes ask myself, why do it? What is now a chore, was once easy, for content seemed to be dictated to me. However, as I see my […]

Dr. Franklin, We Did Not Keep the Republic You Gave Us

Dr. Franklin, We Did Not Keep the Republic You Gave Us

    By Don Jans In 2nd Chronicles Chapter 7 we find God speaking to Solomon for the second time when God tells Solomon, “17As for you, if you walk before Me as your father David walked, and do according to all that I have commanded you, and if you keep My statutes and My […]

Questions all People Must ask Themselves

Questions all People Must ask Themselves

    By Don Jans The question all people have to ask themselves is, “What role do I want my government to play, sovereign or servant.” A sovereign is a supreme ruler possessing ultimate power. A servant is one who performs duties for others. Remember, if you say you want the government to be the […]

Is the United States Beyond the Point of Reconciliation

Is the United States Beyond the Point of Reconciliation

By Don Jans   To reconcile means to restore friendly relations. It would be possible for two people to reconcile when their differences were because of a misunderstanding, but it becomes very difficult to reconcile when the differences are because the two people now hold completely different ideals and principles; one believes honesty and integrity […]

US Private Hiring Exceeds Expectations in September

US Private Hiring Exceeds Expectations in September

BY TOM OZIMEK Private employers added 749,000 jobs; economists surveyed by Refinitiv predicted 650,000 Private employers in the United States hired more workers in September than economists predicted, with the ADP National Employment Report on Sept. 30 showing 749,000 new jobs. Economists surveyed by Refinitiv anticipated a figure of 650,000, with the better-than-expected jobs number a […]

After Fleeing Socialism, Some Immigrants Fear for America’s Future

After Fleeing Socialism, Some Immigrants Fear for America’s Future

BY BOWEN XIAO MIAMI—A diverse group of supporters gathered outside President Donald Trump’s hotel in Doral, hoping to catch a glimpse of him during a recent Latinos roundtable event. Many were exiles from socialist or communist regimes like Cuba and Venezuela. This personal backdrop—many having fled to America—and the notion that the Democratic party has been shifting […]

US to Ship 150 Million CCP Virus Tests to Reopen Schools, Economies

US to Ship 150 Million CCP Virus Tests to Reopen Schools, Economies

BY IVAN PENTCHOUKOV President Donald Trump announced on Sept. 28 that the U.S. government will start distributing 150 million rapid COVID-19 tests to states this week in a bid to help governors safely reopen K–12 schools and economies. Of the total, the administration is dedicating 100 million tests for schools and measures to help reopen economies. […]

Is the US Going the Way of Venezuela?

Is the US Going the Way of Venezuela?

BY CATHERINE YANG Elizabeth Rogliani, who grew up under Chavez’s rule, warns about the parallels she’s been seeing When Elizabeth Rogliani opened a TikTok account to share her thoughts on recent protests and the toppling of statues, she thought of it as a blank slate, somewhere to air her thoughts without offending or getting into a debate […]

Shutdowns Spur Mental Health Crisis in US, Experts Say

Shutdowns Spur Mental Health Crisis in US, Experts Say

BY BOWEN XIAO A basket of worries—spurred by anxieties related to job security, financial instability, grief from death, or loneliness—are plaguing an increasing number of Americans living amid the COVID-19 pandemic and its shutdown measures. Among 5,412 Americans surveyed at the end of June, 41 percent reported at least one adverse mental or behavioral health condition, […]

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