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Torturing the Truth: The Tax Cut Debate vs. the English Language

Torturing the Truth: The Tax Cut Debate vs. the English Language

. By Thomas L. Knapp On April 26, the Trump administration released a one-page summary of its tax reform proposals. The following morning, US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin appeared on CBS This Morning to discuss those proposals. Co-anchor Norah O’Donnell didn’t waste any time ham-handedly injecting  the mainstream media’s dishonest narrative-shaping language into the conversation. […]

NYC Gun Permit Scandal: Graft is Inevitable in a Corrupt System

NYC Gun Permit Scandal: Graft is Inevitable in a Corrupt System

. By Thomas L. Knapp “Two corrupt cops from the NYPD licensing division were plied with strippers, wined, dined and taken on lavish vacations to Mexico and the Bahamas,” reports the New York Daily News. Why? Because in return for nice things, they were allegedly willing to “expedite” the process of applying for and receiving […]

Water expert challenges acceptance of report by Ventura Council

Water expert challenges acceptance of report by Ventura Council

By Joe Richardson From: (Joe Richardson) Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 9:18 PM To: council@ci.ventura.ca.us Subject: council meeting April 24, 2017 I wish to make sure that the council is aware of a serious discrepancy from the truth in statements to the council and in a direct answer to Council-woman Heitmann concerning the 2017 Comprehensive Water […]

What’s In a Hundred Days?

What’s In a Hundred Days?

. By Phil Erwin Pundits go crazy grading Donald Trump’s “performance” in the “First 100 Days” of his Presidency. Liberals decry the “woeful lack” of legislative accomplishments while celebrating the “failure” of the “repeal & replace” effort. They denounce Trump for accomplishing “absolutely nothing!” even as they decry, paradoxically, that he’s interrupted the flood of […]

Green Energy Poverty Week

Green Energy Poverty Week

A week dedicated to topics that underscore impacts environmentalists don’t want to discuss By Paul Driessen April 22 was Earth Day, the March for Science and Lenin’s birthday (which many say is appropriate, since environmentalism is now green on the outside and red, anti-free enterprise on the inside). April 29 will feature the People’s Climate […]

Nukes + Nuttiness = Neanderthal Deterrence

Nukes + Nuttiness = Neanderthal Deterrence

by Victor Davis Hanson// April 25, 2017   Acting crazy has worked for rogue regimes, but Western appeasement is not a long-term solution.   How can an otherwise failed dictatorship best suppress internal dissent while winning international attention, influence — and money?   Apparently, it must openly seek nuclear weapons.   Second, the nut state […]

Saving the world from Ann Coulter

Saving the world from Ann Coulter

  By Jon Rappoport Ann Coulter UC Berkeley clash reveals massive covert op.   Conservative firebrand Ann Coulter’s scheduled speech at the U of California Berkeley is off, it’s on, it’s been delayed, the student groups sponsoring her appearance are suing the University, she’ll speak indoors, she’ll speak outdoors, and on it goes. . University […]

Eber: Call up the National Guard

Eber: Call up the National Guard

. By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   Where is the ACLU when it comes to defending the rights to free speech? They will gladly support Communists, anarchists, terrorists, sexual deviates, and anyone of color.  Apparently, mainstream Republicans aren’t taken into account in compiling their protected species list. Case and point is conservative […]

Tax Reform: Two Places to Start

Tax Reform: Two Places to Start

. By Thomas L. Knapp An anonymous announcement of a forthcoming public announcement: On April 26, an anonymous White House source says, the Trump administration “will outline our broad principles and priorities …. We are moving forward on comprehensive tax reform that cuts tax rates for individuals, simplifies our overly-complicated system and creates jobs by […]

Report from the Jeff Sessions / John Kelly Friday Press Conference at the San Diego Border

Report from the Jeff Sessions / John Kelly Friday Press Conference at the San Diego Border

By Jeff Schwilk   .  Two other Patriot leaders in San Diego County (Steve Hasty, leader of Tri-City Tea Party and Amy Sutton, leader of San Diego Patriots) and I were invited to attend the Attorney General / DHS press conference at the Otay Mesa border fence Friday afternoon (4-21-17) near the Brown Field Border […]

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