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A looming sense of foreboding in America
By Lee Cary

A looming sense of foreboding in America
In his response to the cascade of last-minute accusations of sexual misconduct directed at him, Judge Brett Kavanaugh said:

“I understand the passions of the moment. But I would say to those senators, ‘Your words have meaning.’ Millions of Americans listened carefully to you. Given comments like those, is it any surprise that people have been willing to do anything, to make any physical threat against my family, to send any violent email to my wife? To make any kind of allegation against me and against my friends? To blow me up and take me down? (He then said) “You sowed the wind. For decades to come, I fear the whole country will reap the whirlwind.”


UN General Assembly Elects More Brutal Regimes to Join Sham Human Rights Council
By Joseph A. Klein, CFP United Nations Columnist

UN General Assembly Elects More Brutal Regimes to Join Sham Human Rights CouncilDouble standards may not be enough to describe what has become of the United Nations. In some ways, it has no standards at all. This was demonstrated very clearly by last week’s UN General Assembly vote for new members to join the inaptly named Human Rights Council.


Extreme Danger. Elections Ahead
By Fredy Lowe

Extreme Danger. Elections Ahead
Billy Joel once sang, “..the closer you get to the fire the more you get burned, but that won’t happen to us, because it’s always been a matter of trust.”

And, likewise America’s 242nd year experiment in self-government, has always been a matter of trust. Our societal framework and the United States Constitution only work when We The People trust our government. Coincidently, we may also know how close any one of us will get to that fire and who might be burned by it, very soon.


There’s no middle ground anymore with Democrats
By Herman Cain

There’s no middle ground anymore with Democrats
There used to be some middle ground between Republicans and Democrats, but the Democrats have demonstrated that there is no more middle ground on what they say they stand for, and there is no middle ground for voters when they vote in November.


Democrats Can Kiss Their Lost White Working Class Vote Goodbye
By Judi McLeod

Democrats Can Kiss Their Lost White Working Class Vote Goodbye
Mickey Mouse had Goofy, a cartoon character whose full name has occasionally been given as Goofus D. Dawg. Barack Obama had vice president Joe Biden, ‘officially’ known to deplorables as ‘Bite Me’ or just plain ‘Uncle Joe’.

Good thing that someone in the Obama administration had an official name.


Rule of Party of One
By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh

Rule of Party of One
It is upsetting to find out that a principal asked a high school student to remove his baseball jersey at a game where everyone was encouraged to wear patriotic t-shirts.  His white jersey sported the American flag, the name Trump, and number 45. The student had to remove the shirt deemed as making questionable political statements and inciting violence.


The Spying Game — Is ‘No Rules’ the New Rule?
By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer

The Spying Game — Is ‘No Rules’ the New Rule,
American and Russian intelligence services have long held a gentlemen’s agreement—often referred to as Moscow rules—that limited how they engaged with each other. Under these rules, they agreed not to attack each other physically and not to engage in certain types of activities. In the light of recent events, one can only wonder if the spooks are still playing the game by these rules?


Trump Rally Television Viewers: ‘Bite Me, Fox News’
By Judi McLeod


Coming across Joe Biden’s photo in Leslie Marshall’s Fox piece, ‘I’ve found the Democratic candidate who can defeat Trump in 2020’ almost had me falling off my computer chair in gales of irrepressible laughter.

In most of his pictures ‘Bite Me’ looks like he is: goofy.


Beto is as Phony as Barack
By Jeff Crouere

Beto is as Phony as Barack
In 2008, the national news media swooned over the prospect of an African American President of the United States. The Democratic Party’s presidential nominee was freshman U.S. Senator Barack Obama (D-IL). He was treated to kid glove treatment by the media.


Most Recent Columns

Convoy of Hope Serves Thousands of Hurricane Survivors
Multiple communities served in the Florida Panhandle
 By News on the Net   --American Politics, News, Opinion

Convoy of Hope Serves Thousands of Hurricane Survivors
SPRINGFIELD, MO.— Convoy of Hope is responding in full force to the communities affected by Hurricane Michael. Convoy has already helped thousands of hurricane survivors through a distribution site in Marianna, Florida. In the drive-thru distribution, they are serving families and individuals with water, food, ice, hygiene kits and other disaster relief supplies. They have also begun mobile distribution, delivering supplies in 18 surrounding communities.


The Anti-Trump Riots are a Smoke Screen The Real Goal – Eliminate the Electoral College
Hard Left has manufactured the unrest in the streets to pressure a fast solution
 By Tom Deweese   --American Politics, News, Opinion

The Anti-Trump Riots are a Smoke Screen The Real Goal – Eliminate the Electoral College
Many seem bewildered by the anti-Trump riots and demonstrations that have covered the nation since the 2016 election. And many keep trying to find a reasonable response. Give it up. You can’t reason with them with words.


Canadian Taxpayers Federation delivers scissors to Morneau to help him cut spending
• CTF sends oversized scissors to Minister to help him get started on cutting spending
• Taxes and red tape are also prime targets for a snip

 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation   --Canadian News, Politics, Opinion

Canadian Taxpayers Federation delivers scissors to Morneau to help him cut spending
OTTAWA, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) delivered a pair of oversized scissors to Finance Canada today to encourage Finance Minister Bill Morneau to start cutting spending.


Israel’s Stake in the Egyptian Natural Gas Pipeline: Strategic and Economic Benefits
The purchase of the rights in the el Arish-Ashkelon pipeline is an important and timely step.
 By INSS---- Oded Eran   --World

Israel’s Stake in the Egyptian Natural Gas Pipeline: Strategic and Economic Benefits
On February 19, 2018, the Israeli-American consortium that owns natural gas concessions in Israel’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ), including gas fields Tamar and Leviathan, announced an agreement with the Egyptian Delphinus company. According to the agreement, estimated at $15 billion, an annual 3.5 BCM will be sold from each field, beginning in 2019. As such, Tamar, which is already active, and Leviathan, are together to supply 64 BCM over the next decade.


When the Google Dream Died
The confrontation between Google and Trump encapsulates the clash between the national and the multi-national, workers in red states and elites in blue cities, tradition and technocracy, the individual and the machine
 By Daniel Greenfield   --American Politics, News, Opinion

When the Google Dream DiedGoogle is throwing itself a hell of a 20th birthday party. And everyone is bringing the gifts.

While the dot com giant puts up celebratory doodles and shows off its original garage headquarters, Attorney General Sessions had already convened 14 state attorney generals to discuss censorship, privacy issues and antitrust issues involving, among other tech monopolies, the cutesy corporation.


The IPCC’s latest climate hysteria
Realist experts show why $60-80 trillion over next 17 years would be wasted on imaginary crisis
 By Paul Driessen   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

UN issues yet another climate tipping point – Humans given only 12 more years
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Special Report 15 claims the latest disaster “tipping point” is just 12 years away. If governments around the world fail to make “rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society,” human civilization and our planet face cataclysm, the IPCC asserts.


U.S. woefully trails our biggest potential adversaries. We need to beef up our military — and them some!
America’s competitors can count. They see that our armed forces are too small and ill-prepared to take on two regional powers simultaneously
 By James Jay Carafano   --Guns-Crime-Terror-Security

BEFFING UP THE MILITARYWASHINGTON,  D.C.  — Beer, pizza and defense.  Americans spend more on each of these than anyone else.  So what?  These facts say nothing about how happy, healthy or safe we are.  They are meaningless without context.


Russia raises the stakes in Syria
Russia’s takeover of Syrian airspace
 By Caroline Glick   --World

Russia raises the stakes in Syria, S-300 surface-to-air missiles
Russia’s sudden deployment of S-300 surface-to-air missiles in Syria last week raised the stakes in Syria significantly for the U.S. and Israel.

While it is easy to conclude things have become far more dangerous, the fact is that there are certain important aspects of the situation on the ground that we just don’t know.


Democrats Use Hitler's Propaganda Technique
Democrats' big lies prove they are willing to sacrifice decency, morality and human lives in their depraved quest to win and maintain political power
 By Lloyd Marcus   --American Politics, News, Opinion

Democrats Use Hitler's Propaganda Technique
Folks, I guess I should let this go. But, it still blows my mind that the American left is committed to branding Brett Kavanaugh, without a shred of evidence, a sexual predator for the rest of his life. That is incredibly, cold, calculating and evil.


President Donald Trump Holds MAGA Rally in Richmond, KY

 By Right Side Broadcasting   --American Politics, News, Opinion

President Donald Trump Holds MAGA Rally in Richmond, KY


Wind Power: Negative Effect on Global Warming in the Short Term
The core problem is that wind turbines generate electricity by extracting energy out of the air, slowing down wind and otherwise altering the exchange of heat, moisture, and momentum between the surface and the atmosphere
 By Jack Dini   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Wind Power: Negative Effect on Global Warming in the Short Term
Wind power has expanded 35-fold since 2000 and now provides 8% of the nation’s electricity. The US Department of Energy expects wind turbine capacity to more than quadruple again by 2050. 1


President Donald Trump Holds MAGA Rally in Lebanon, OH

 By Right Side Broadcasting   --American Politics, News, Opinion

President Donald Trump Holds MAGA Rally in Lebanon, OH


President Trump Sets Judicial Record
President Trump has consistently nominated people who are committed to originalism. Judges who interpret the law according to the Constitution are critical for maintaining the rule of law and the proper balance of the three branches of government
 By Liberty Counsel   --American Politics, News, Opinion

President Trump Sets Judicial RecordWASHINGTON, D.C. -  The Senate approved more of President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees yesterday, adding another 15 confirmations just days after Justice Brett Kavanaugh was installed on the U.S. Supreme Court. With Thursday’s confirmations, the Senate has confirmed 84 Trump nominees to the federal bench, which includes 53 trial judges, 29 appeals judges and two Supreme Court justices.


Pastor Brunson Is Free
The great efforts of the Trump administration finally made this possible after two years of bogus charges and imprisonment for this innocent pastor
 By Liberty Counsel   --World

Andrew and Norine Brunson
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Pastor Andrew Brunson, who was wrongfully imprisoned by the Turkish government since October 7, 2016, has been released from Turkish house arrest and is free to travel due to the efforts of President Trump, including his administration and Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, Sam Brownback. Moreover, Sen. James Lankford visited Turkey in December 2017 to meet with their Ministry of Justice officials to advocate for the release of Pastor Brunson.


Lifestyles

Elizabeth Warren had a DNA Test

 By Dag Barkley   --Cartoons

Elizabeth Warren had a DNA Test


Man Eaters and Other Nefarious Plants
Alleged bamboo executions of the orient
 By Wes Porter   --Lifestyles

Man Eaters and Other Nefarious Plants
Botanically boisterous and man-eating plant tales abound. Hapless horticulturists stumble on all too frequently into voracious vegetation. At least they do in fictional encounters. These are often illustrated, despite the sexist term man-eating, with amply endowed damsels in dishabille.


A Healthy Lifestyle Adds 12 to 14 Years of Life
Don’t forget the importance of smaller portions, add more fruits and vegetables, buy a pedometer to check the number of steps taken each day, and to measure your progress, step on the scale every day
 By Dr. Gifford Jones   --Health and Medicine

A Healthy Lifestyle Adds 12 to 14 Years of Life
What results in good health and longevity? I’ve said for years that it’s good genes, good lifestyle and good luck. But since we can’t choose our parents, or know what fate holds in store for us, we must treat lifestyle with tender, loving care.  Now, a report in the publication, Circulation, proves that a sound lifestyle adds 12 to 14 more years to life.