Marina Medvin, Don’t be fooled by the terminology. Net neutrality isn’t a tech term that will be hard for you to comprehend. You will get it in an instant, I promise. It’s the same old socialism, just rebranded to make it tech-trendy. There’s nothing neutral about net neutrality. It simply means everyone pays more, for
Should Anti-trust Laws Be Used to Break Up the Social Media Giants?
Robert Spencer, Google, Facebook and the rest wield more power than most governments. The secular Left and the proponents of Islamic blasphemy laws have a new issue on which they are making common cause: the quest to destroy the freedom of speech, the cornerstone of our democracy. After Charlottesville, the Left sees its chance to
How Liberal Short-Term Thinking Is Destroying America
John Hawkins, “We are living in an interminable succession of absurdities imposed by the myopic logic of short-term thinking.” — Jacques Cousteau “Facts don’t care about your feelings.” – Ben Shapiro Like a crack addict who can’t seem to think about anything other than his next fix, liberals can’t seem to think about anything but
Congress Holding “Secret Conversations” About Removing Trump
Clifford Cunningham | Infowars, Critics pushing impeachment or removal under 25th Amendment. Members of Congress are holding “secret conversations” about removing President Donald Trump from office following a “difficult first 100 days,” according to a report from The New Yorker magazine. “Nobody occupies the White House without criticism, but Trump is besieged by doubts of
Arrogant Pols, Go Home!
Paul Jacob, Back in 2012, U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch pledged that, if elected, his current six-year term would be his last. On Election Day 2018, Hatch will be 84 years old. Still, Utah’s senior senator announced last week that he intends to run yet again — for an eighth term. Why? Our newly-elected president “is
Conservatives Should Stop Celebrating Gorsuch and Start Limiting the Supreme Court
Mark Meckler, With the Republicans showing some spine and elevating Judge Neil McGill Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, there is reason to celebrate. Antonin Scalia’s seat has been filled by someone who may be able to do it justice, if you’ll allow the pun. Really, only time will tell, since we’ve been burned before. Conservatives have a
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch all but certain to win confirmation
President Trump’s selection to replace Antonin Scalia is expected to win confirmation Friday and be sworn in soon after to hear the final cases of the term. The Senate will resume debate on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch on the morning, and a vote is expected about midday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said. McConnell’s
Trump vs. Freedom Caucus: President takes names, starting with Amash
The list of House Freedom Caucus members being targeted by President Trump for sinking Republicans’ ObamaCare overhaul plan grew Saturday when the White House singled out Michigan GOP Rep. Justin Amash for a primary defeat. “Donald Trump is bringing auto plants & jobs back to Michigan,” tweeted White House social media Director Dan Scavino Jr.
Laura Ingraham, Gold and Donald Trump
Mike Fuljenz, Last week, I was invited to attend the 2017 Texas Energy Museum “Blowout,” where Laura Ingraham was the featured speaker. She told us that she is considering a run for the U.S. Senate from the state of Virginia next year, running against Democrat Tim Kaine, who was Hillary Clinton’s running mate in 2016.
Lifetime Tenure - Or Longer?
Paul Jacob, Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee grilled Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court. Talk about a silly rite. Senators repeatedly fired questions about specific legal views that no High Court nominee ever answers. Why not? Because for a prospective justice to answer would be to pre-judge possible future
Quiet Voices Crushing “The Dictator’s Club”
Katie Kieffer, “Quiet voices” that became an “earthquake” is how President Trump explains his populist win in America—and today similar voices in France threaten the world’s most potent globalist structure: the United Nations. France is the world’s fifth most popular travel destination and sixth largest economy. Not too shabby for a country roughly the size
California Dem Introduces Bill to Override First Amendment
Daniel Greenfield, Assemblyman Ed Chau (D-Monterey Park) has a modest proposal. And he proposes a lot of stuff. Adult-use marijuana: marketing: packaging and labeling. AB 383, as amended, Chau. Civil actions: discovery status conference. Existing law establishes the Civil Discovery Act, which governs the rules and procedures related to discovery in all civil cases, and