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How illegal immigrant advocates demonize Trump and terrify people

Liz Peek, The New York Times describes 11 million people – those who are living in the country illegally – as sleepless with anxiety, waiting for the “fists pounding on the door, the agents in black, the van ride, the cell.” Who has thrown such fear into this community? How about the Left, aided and abetted

The Politicization of Everything

Laura Hollis, There is a quote that is often attributed to former U.S. Representative Barney Frank: “’Government’ is simply the name we give to the things we choose to do together.” When Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick quoted Rep. Frank at the 2008 Democratic National Convention, I just rolled my eyes. First, “we” often don’t get

Obama’s farewell: soap opera for liberals and minority pawns

Jon Rappoport, Jon Rappoport’s Blog Here are a few snippets from Obama’s goodbye speech to the American people: “Going forward, we must uphold laws against discrimination…But laws alone won’t be enough. Hearts must change…For blacks and other minorities, it means tying our own struggles for justice to the challenges that a lot of people in

Why California’s Silly Secession Scheme Can’t Succeed

Kurt Schlichter, America’s dopey adolescent California is sulking because Hillary lost, so now it’s talking big about moving out of Mom’s house. According to one local bison, who presumably speaks for much of the proggy herd, the rest of America is unworthy of the Golden State’s glorious presence anyway. I’m a resident of California, and

LA police official gets restraining order against Black Lives Matter activist over ‘threats’

A prominent Black Lives Matter activist in Los Angeles has been hit with a temporary restraining order requiring him to stay away from the head of the police commission. L.A. Police Commission President Matthew Johnson told a judge he was seeking the order against Trevor Gerard out of fear for his own and his children’s

Great Read: Vaccines under the surface: what mainstream news won’t connect

Jon Rappoport, Fantasy: “vaccines remarkably safe and effective” The article below was a small section of my book, AIDS INC., which I wrote in 1987-8. At the time, I decided to take a look at vaccines and see what I could find out about them. My ensuing research led me into all sorts of surprising

Mark Halperin Was Right

Rich Galen,  Three weeks from tomorrow – the Trump era will begin. That means the Obama era will come to an end. At this time one year ago, Barack Obama’s approval rating was four percentage points underwater, 46-50 according to the Gallup Tracking Poll. Then, the calendar clicked over into the Presidential year, the spotlight turned to

Remember Promises of Full Repeal of Obamacare …. Enjoy Your Lump of Coal This Christmas!

Brian Darling,  It isn’t taking long for Republicans to walk back the promise of the full repeal of Obamacare and ripping it out of the law “root and branch” as Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell likes to say. After a historic defeat of Hillary Clinton and a sweeping victory for Republicans up and down ticket,

For Trump It was J.O.B.S.

John P. Warren, Pondering the election result these past weeks has been a messy process, clouded and noisy as it’s been by the fusillades from both sides, but when all the chatterers and scribblers have had their say, Trump’s Triumph will come down to one deciding factor: J.O.B.S. Were there other factors? Sure. According to