Cherie Zaslawsky

Cherie Zaslawsky is a writer/editor/educator who lives in California. After many years as an unquestioning liberal Democrat, she woke up to reality, and hopes to help others do likewise.

Most Recent Articles by Cherie Zaslawsky:

Surf-riding over the Republic and the Rule of Law

Oct 29, 2014 — Cherie Zaslawsky

Surf-riding over the Republic and the Rule of Law

Before surfers and friends celebrate their victory over venture capitalist Vinod Khosla regarding access to Martin’s Beach through his land, they would do well to consider the following: now that the Governor has chimed in, threatening the use of eminent domain, what we have is the State controlling and/or taking someone’s private property. Recall that the function of our government is to protect our freedom, lives and property. So the government should have stood firmly behind Vinod Khosla and his right to use and control his own property as he sees fit.

The Game’s Afoot

Oct 11, 2013 — Cherie Zaslawsky

If we’d been paying attention, we might have noticed that Al Gore, while using highly controversial—some say spurious—evidence to sell us on the notion of catastrophic anthropogenic global warming, leapt to a rather curious and drastic solution: the “wrenching transformation” of America.