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Dr. Tom Barrett  
Marnie Freeman, The Artist of Liberty, has conceived of a tangible way in which thousands of Americans can personally show our president that they honor and appreciate him. She plans to present him and Vice-President Pence with a masterpiece titled March of the Deplorables. You can be part of this by having your name attached to the painting. It is even possible to have your face included in the painting of “deplorables” marching in support of our nation and its new President and Vice-President.
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Roger Aronoff  
This is Trump’s fourth week in office. If you look at the Tweets of Michael Moore, and comments from other members of the radical left, they smell blood and think this could already be the moment to try to impeach Trump. Dan Rather, the disgraced former CBS News anchor, is comparing this moment to Watergate. The New York Times’ Tom Friedman is comparing Trump’s election to Pearl Harbor and 9/11. The left may get one chance at impeaching Trump, but if they don’t succeed, he will be stronger, and most likely continue on for another 412 weeks. The Republicans have such a favorable lay of the land for 2018—there are 25 Democratic senators up for re-election and only eight Republicans—that if Trump gains his footing, and gets past all of these rookie mistakes, and isn’t dragged down by some genuine scandal, the GOP could end up with a filibuster-proof Senate, and head into 2020 with a great chance for a landslide re-election. More...
Ed Delph  
     “Clovis Chappell, a minister from a century back, used to tell the story of two paddleboats. They left Memphis about the same time, traveling down the Mississippi River to New Orleans. As they traveled side by side, the sailors from one vessel made a few remarks about the snail’s pace of the other.
     "Words were exchanged. Challenges were made. And the race began. Competition became vicious as the two
boats roared through the Deep South. More...
Malcolm Kline  
At this point, the only relatively reliable news that America’s so-called mainstream media offer are sports, weather and traffic reports. Even then you may want to get a second opinion. There is bias by commission and bias by omission. In other words, the media slant stories by what they report and by what they don’t. With the former, if you subscribe to Democratic National Committee e-mails, you will notice how remarkably they track with headlines and teasers in the media. The latter problem would be solved if the media actually adhered to their stated mission and reported the news.

Indeed, the catalog of inaccurate news reporting is so voluminous that we concluded the only way to maintain our sanity was to relay it alphabetically. More...
Cliff Kincaid  
“It is preposterous to believe that the Russians had any effect on the outcome of voting in this country,” said Rush Limbaugh on “Fox News Sunday.” Nevertheless, Republican-led congressional committees have already been stampeded into opening investigations into whether President Trump was Russia’s candidate in the 2016 presidential election. More...
Don Boys, PhD  
Man has a tendency to be inconsistent. He has a propensity to get back at his enemies. Historically, it has been common for a successful revolution to be worse than the original government it replaced. Case in point is the Cuban Revolution ending in 1959. While Batista was a tyrant, he was an anti-Communist, although corrupted by U.S. gambling interests. Though corrupt, he was not in the same league with the bloody Castro brothers and Che Guevara. More...
Don Boys, PhD  
President Trump has had some skirmishes with the judiciary and much depends on the final outcome. The safety of Americans and the hallowedness and effectiveness of the U.S. Constitution could be at risk. Fact: judges are not always right. More...
Brent Smith  

Demonstrations in many major cities throughout the U.S. took place. By sheer coincidence, most of the cities involved, just happen to be of the "sanctuary" persuasion.
Interestingly, and 100% predictably - of the dozen or so articles I read regarding the “massive” walkouts, from construction companies to schools and restaurants, not one even attempted to make a distinction between legal and illegal immigration.
Gary Porter  
Is Donald Trump receiving an “emolument” by allowing his hotels and other properties to rent rooms or office space to foreign governments, or their employees?  Is he “increasing his compensation” through his organization receiving tax breaks from the State of New York?  Some on the Left think the answer to both questions is “Yes,” and that such actions are a violation of the Constitution.  Some even call for impeachment.[1]  Are they right? More...
Cliff Kincaid  
The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) has been burned once again by the scheduled appearance of a so-called gay conservative. This time his name is Milo Yiannopoulos.  Back in 2010, I wrote “The Gay Infiltration of the Conservative Movement” about a similar controversy. I maintained then, and I still do, that there cannot be a “gay conservative.” The failure to learn this lesson means that CPAC is destined to repeat the same mistake again and again. More...
Cliff Kincaid  
If you have any doubts about the basic dishonesty of CNN, consider how the channel not only broadcasts fake news but recycles it.
Remember that CNN “broke” the story about the “Russian Trump dossier” compiled by an ex-British intelligence agent for Hillary Clinton supporters. The document was opposition research against then-candidate Donald Trump, now President. 
Despite the lack of any corroboration from any source, including hostile anti-Trump media or the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), after several months of secret efforts, CNN is now claiming in a February 10 story that its U.S. intelligence and investigative sources say that “some aspects” of the 35-page dossier “for the first time” have been “corroborated.”
Let’s examine this startling claim. More...
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