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‘When Was America Ever Great,’ You Ask? Here’s My Answer

‘When Was America Ever Great,’ You Ask? Here’s My Answer

. By Raynard Jackson (NNPA Newswire Columnist) Celebrating Independence Day and watching President Trump on the international stage during the G20 Summit, I couldn’t help but reflect upon a recent conversation I had with one of my “Hollywood” friends. This friend is a self-proclaimed liberal and sees absolutely no value in anything Republican! I remember […]

Barack Obama, pre-July 4th, rips Donald Trump-fueled ‘nationalism’

Barack Obama, pre-July 4th, rips Donald Trump-fueled ‘nationalism’

Barack Obama, never one to shy from ripping a Republican in the public eye, took occasion from his childhood hometown Jakarta to tear into President Donald Trump for – at root – having too much patriotism. Call it Fourth of July celebrations, Obama style. America waves Ol’ Glory; Obama beats the global drum. “The world […]

The Gathering Storm: America After Leftism in the Era of Islamic Conquest

The Gathering Storm: America After Leftism in the Era of Islamic Conquest

. . By Mike Smith It’s easy to think that leftism is America’s biggest threat. Most of us choose to be concerned with only what affects us immediately, which only proves leftism’s success in America. Leftist power brokers think big, far and wide in their strategy to make people think small, narrowly and thinly. And […]

Who Needs to Go Back Harper’s Ferry — The New Civil War

Who Needs to Go Back Harper’s Ferry — The New Civil War

    By Naomi Fisher We have a Civil War going on in our country right now. The stupid Republicans hate the Democrats and want to undo anything they have done. The stupid Democrats hate the Republicans and anything they are trying to get done. Worse yet, both the stupid Republicans and Democrats are at […]

America First

America First

    By Leo G. Alvarez President Trump’s inaugural speech was probably not given a title by its author.  It obviously evolved, as do all speeches, first in thought then in words, then in edits.  And it is well that it did. It was made clear that there is great need to change the status […]

An Immigrant’s Birthday Reflection

An Immigrant’s Birthday Reflection

. . By Armando Vazquez I was born 65 years ago on a coarse palm frown woven tapete, to two dirt poor indigenous subsistence farmers. My abueltias, both matriarchs and curanderas of the small tribal village of Ahualulco; who performed the sacred task of mid-wives for most of the women in the impoverished village, delivered […]

America Is ‘Tantalizingly Close’ To Energy Independence, Analysts Say

America Is ‘Tantalizingly Close’ To Energy Independence, Analysts Say

    America will be “tantalizingly close” to being energy independent by the year 2020, drug according to analysts at the Raymond James (RJ) investment firm. America imported 65.3 percent of its oil in 2005, according to the RJ analysts, but the U.S. only imported 24.2 percent in 2015. RJ projects the U.S. will import […]

Brexit for America

Brexit for America

By Paul Driessen Independence Day weekend is a perfect time to reflect on personal freedoms and responsibilities. The Magna Carta and Declaration of Independence were about overbearing, despotic kings. Brexit, Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, was much about overbearing bureaucrats in Brussels. This year’s US elections likewise center on gaining a new measure […]

We Are Americans

We Are Americans

By Michael Greer You remember the “shoe bomber” Richard Reid, don’t you?  Did you know he has had a trial, been found guilty and sentenced?  Did the media cover the trial?  Do you know as much about him as you know about Jodi Arias?  I didn’t think so.  Why do you think that is? What […]

Alan Keyes: “Today’s system: assisted suicide for America”

Alan Keyes: “Today’s system: assisted suicide for America”

By Alan Keyes, November 2, 2015 Whether in our own personal experience, or by way of things we have read about or seen in the media, all of us have had occasion to ponder the pathetic spectacle of people who have repeatedly suffered brutally damaging betrayals at the hands of someone they chose to trust. Yet, […]

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