1984: Disturbing Parallels

August 10, 2020 Staff 0

Each day that passes makes Orwell look more like Nostradamus. By Mark Anderson When George Orwell (born Eric Arthur Blair in 1903), who passed away 70 years ago at the age of 47, wrote the […]

Lockdowns, Riots Crush Businesses

August 10, 2020 Staff 0

Double whammy is crippling entrepreneurs of all races. By Donald Jeffries The economic fallout from the senseless shutdown of most businesses in America is beginning to manifest itself. By early May, it was estimated that […]

MLK Next to Be ‘Canceled’?

August 6, 2020 Staff 0

By Larry Elder John Wayne’s 1971 Playboy magazine interview has placed the legendary actor in the crosshairs of today’s cancel culture social justice warriors. Activists demand that his name be removed from an Orange County, […]

Is Portland, Oregon America’s Future?

August 5, 2020 Staff 0

By Donald Jeffries Classical liberals and civil libertarians were once plentiful in this country. They fought for the rights of those who’d been denied them, and supported free speech for all. Unfortunately, what passes for […]

Cancel Culture

August 4, 2020 Staff 0

Black, white, Asian, Latino: Disagree and you’re ‘canceled’. By Donald Jeffries Although the ongoing nationwide protests are ostensibly about black people being targeted and mistreated by police and our society in general, the racial logistics […]

Media Will Never Tell Truth About JFK Murder

August 3, 2020 Staff 1

By Donald Jeffries It took him over half a century, but legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan finally shared his thoughts about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy with his millions of fans. The 17-minute-long ballad […]

Summer of Hate Meets Age of Intolerance

August 1, 2020 Staff 0

By John Whitehead “Violence creates many more social problems than it solves. . . . If they succumb to the temptation of using violence in their struggle, unborn generations will be the recipients of a […]

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