Inside the Mind of a Democrat – Know Your Political Foe
March 12, 2020 15:03 Posted in: Policy - Have you heard statements like these? "Democrats have no platform." "It's all in the bag." Trump can't lose." Do you really think they're true? If you give credence to those predictions, you've critically underestimated your opponent. How do you explain Democrat's repeated success in beating back Republican candidates if the Democratic party never has a worthwhile platform? You can't, at least not… Continue Reading
Schumer lying again! Corporate Tax Cuts spreads Coronavirus? His 2-minute Diatribe De-constructed
March 11, 2020 09:52 Posted in: Economy, Policy, Trump - Can we all get into reality for the sake of all that is holy? The President's Coronavirus Taskforce has been updating and giving briefings every day to the public. The President offers daily statements too. This Taskforce is comprised of the most eminent in their field and heavy on medical and scientific expertise found on the globe! The website WhiteHouse.Gov… Continue Reading
Meet Teenagers tell their Heartfelt Stories years later Surviving Abortions
March 10, 2020 08:19 Posted in: Culture, Policy - By now you have heard the threats from Democratic leaders who promote abortion across America. "I want to tell you, Gorsuch," Schumer said at a Planned Parenthood rally outside the Supreme Court. "I want to tell you, Kavanaugh. You have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price. You won’t know what hit you if you go forward with… Continue Reading
5-Eyes to become 4 with a Wink? UK Spat over Huawei
March 6, 2020 15:25 Posted in: Military, Policy - ABC News - A bipartisan group of senators called on the United Kingdom Wednesday to reverse its decision to allow the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei to participate in its 5G network rollout. In a rare letter addressed to the House of Commons, U.S. lawmakers, led by Sens. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Ben Sasse, R-Neb., urged the United Kingdom to "revisit its recent decision,… Continue Reading
The Difference Between Sanders and Biden – Spoiler Alert, NONE!
March 6, 2020 09:26 Posted in: Elections, Policy - Joe Biden's performance on Super Tuesday has now made him the apparent leader of the pack for the Democrats. The narrative has been from mainstream media that Sanders is the wacko crazy socialist, and Biden is the moderate center-left candidate. Right Wire Report wonders if this is, in fact, true. We took a look at some key policy issues to… Continue Reading
My Birdseye View of Michelle Malkin’s Arizona State University Speech
March 3, 2020 07:38 Posted in: Elections, Policy - Michelle Malkin recently spoke at an event hosted by the College Republicans at Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe on February 26th, 2020. I was fortunate enough to attend her speech and offer this report from my birdseye view. Malkin was born in America following her parents immigrating from the Philippines on an employer-sponsored visa for her father's medical education.… Continue Reading
Kim Jong Un Threatens Executions to Contain Coronavirus – Political Pandemics?
March 1, 2020 10:22 Posted in: Policy - According to the Washington Post, Kim Jong Un is placing pressure on his politburo members warning that if they fail to contain the Coronavirus outbreak, they may publicly be executed via anti-aircraft missile in front of the people. North Korea was actually one of the first countries to close its border with China, beating Russia by a few days. According to… Continue Reading
The Marxist Plan to Destroy America
February 22, 2020 06:02 Posted in: Featured, Policy - The "commies" are coming for America? Yeah, your joking, right? But I thought we defeated the evil USSR back in 1991, so why should we worry now? Well, it may be true that the USSR was defeated, or should we say they somewhat defeated themselves, the Marxist, communist, or socialist (communism-lite) ideologies lingers on. After all, the originators of these… Continue Reading
Climate Derangement – When Scientists become Activists.
February 2, 2020 14:08 Posted in: Culture, Policy - It’s 1967 and biologist Paul Ehrlich of Stanford University steps onto the stage at the Commonwealth Club of California to warn the country and the world about over-population in the United States. He fixes his eyes on attendees and says, “the time of famines” has arrived and will be “disastrous” by 1975. His big idea to thwart this imminent threat… Continue Reading
Media ignores Trump at Davos!
January 23, 2020 22:09 Posted in: Economy, Events, Media, Policy, Trump - Ronald Reagan said it best, "the trouble with our Liberal friends is not that they're ignorant; it's just that they know so much that isn't so." Reagan’s sentiment is illustrated quite clearly in the rabid, mouth-foaming, dystopian predictions they issued prior to Trump’s election, and even afterward. This is probably why the mainstream didn’t air much of Trump’s Davos speech… Continue Reading