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Tax The Rich
Can we tax the rich to prosperity?
December 7, 2019 06:49 by Tom Williams Posted in: Economy, Policy - Us News and World Report - the United States is often presented by the left as a horrible shift away from the high levels of tax progressivity that characterized the tax system in the mid-20th century. This conventional account points to top marginal tax rates that were over 90% for the wealthiest Americans in the 1950s and remained at 70%… Continue Reading

Attacking our 2nd Amendment Rights, the real reason Bloomberg is running (video)?
December 5, 2019 23:06 by Bekah Lyons Posted in: Elections, Policy - The diminutive 77-year-old former New York City Mayor, Mike Bloomberg, sauntered to the microphone on Thursday to tell the country why he is running for president and to unveil the cornerstone of his 2020 campaign platform. Bloomberg chose Aurora, Colorado, to deliver his first policy speech in front of a banner stating END GUN VIOLENCE, and flanked by a father… Continue Reading
Political Bubbles
Take the Liberal vs. Conservative Challenge, What Bubble are You In?
December 2, 2019 03:31 by Bekah Lyons Posted in: Policy - What political bubble do you live in? Can that bubble be penetrated by new information? Does it truly matter the source of the new information for you to accept it's validity? There have been many recent studies that correlate the type of social media platforms one chooses to consume, resulting in one's fixed ideological view. An echo chamber of sorts… Continue Reading

Fiat currency the fuel of leftists – will the Fed rescue us from wealth inequality?
November 29, 2019 06:13 by Tom Williams Posted in: Economy, Policy - From Bernie Sanders to Warren Buffett, many say that US wealth inequality is a problem. In 2019, big ideas about how to solve it have been in the air. One of the most unlikely solutions is emerging from the Federal Reserve (Fed) ... Ut oh. Neel Kashkari, the outspoken dove at the Minneapolis Fed, says monetary policy can play the… Continue Reading

First Pilgrims tried SOCIALISM, it FAILED – your lesson to learn this Thanksgiving Day
November 28, 2019 09:35 by Tom Williams Posted in: Economy, Policy - Gun Enthusiast Speaks - Bernie Sanders is a proclaimed Socialist, and he campaigned on the idea of bringing more socialist ideas to the government if he were elected President. Bernie criticized Elizabeth Warren as a capitalist, but the reality is they are two peas in a pod - socialists. Bernie thinks that socialism is a new great idea and right… Continue Reading

“What the hell do you have to lose?” Latest polling indicates Trump gaining in Black voter support
November 27, 2019 08:53 by Bekah Lyons Posted in: Elections, Policy - Candidate Trump posited the rhetorical question to black voters during a campaign event on August 18, 2016, while asking for their vote he said:" what the hell do you have to lose? Trump asked black voters, " give me a chance, I'll straighten it out. Three years later, most recent polling would indicate Black Americans may have listened to the… Continue Reading

Remember those 11,000 climate change scientists declaring an emergency?
November 22, 2019 01:16 by Tom Williams Posted in: Media, Policy - Remember those 11,000 climate change scientists declaring an emergency? While this regurgitated mainstream media headline is pretty cut and dry, the claim it makes is patently false, we’ve now learned. According to radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh, some of his "buddies" over at the group Power Line were the first to discover that these 11,000 so-called "scientists" aren’t actually scientists… Continue Reading
Voter Fraud
Is voter fraud an issue – expunging voter rolls?
November 11, 2019 15:16 by Tom Williams Posted in: Elections, Policy - Real Clear Politics - Eight states, as well as the District of Columbia, have total voter registration tallies exceeding 100% of the voting-age population. Huh? How can this be, we have been told that voter fraud is non-existent? Los Angeles County may be the worst offender. Ten out of the state’s 58 counties also have registration rates exceeding 100% of… Continue Reading
Mitch McConnell
Can the Socialist agenda be STOPPED, the filibuster?
November 5, 2019 21:54 by Tom Williams Posted in: Policy - In the event, the current U.S. President Donald Trump loses the 2020 election, there is a belief that the socialists will come to power and dramatically change America - and it would. Many believe that Joe Biden, the current Democrat leader to challenge Trump, won't be the eventual Democrat nominee - too gaffe-prone and too old. Next up are the… Continue Reading