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The Ultimate Christmas Gift

Cal Thomas, Unless you are spending this time of year at a spiritual retreat cut off from TV, newspapers or internet service you cannot escape the blaring music and the marketers attempting to sell you something they promise will bring you happiness and peace. The many definitions of peace seem inadequate at this or any

Special Cinco de Mayo Greetings from Chicano Icon Che Guevara

Humberto Fontova, “Mexicans are mostly a rabble of illiterate indians,” (Che Guevara, 1955)  In the historic annals of unrequited love few cases rival the affair by Chicanos with Che Guevara. I trust Che’s iconization is sufficiently documented by U.S. Chicano groups in their murals (i.e. graffiti.)  They seem to plaster this lily white Argentinian racist’s mug

Call it ‘Smunday’: Heinz pushing to make Super Bowl Monday a national holiday

Kraft Heinz Co. is calling an audible, giving its U.S. employees the day off following the Super Bowl, and pushing for the rest of America to declare the day a national holiday. Millions of people call in sick or don’t show up for work the day after the most-watched football game of the year, and

This Christmas Season Was Different

Emmett Tyrrell, WASHINGTON — Around Thanksgiving time, I noticed portents of this Christmas season being different. I noticed it when people unbidden would wish me happy Thanksgiving. There seemed to be a note of exultance in their greeting. Not everyone would say “happy Thanksgiving,” but enough did that it got me to wondering. Was this