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The Threat That Bitcoin Represents to Globalists

Anyone who watches the stock market and related economic indexes knows there’s a new investment vehicle floating around that many people in the financial world are extremely bullish about — it’s called Bitcoin, and numerous enthusiasts can’t seem to stop talking about it. For those who don’t know what Bitcoin is, let’s just say it’s … Continue reading “The Threat That Bitcoin Represents to Globalists”

Why Democrats’ Cries of Gerrymandering Are False

Over the past decade or so, conservatives have been able to take comfort in the fact that more and more of state legislatures and governors are Republicans than Democrats (currently, there are 33 states where Republicans hold majorities in both state legislative chambers). In the federal House of Representatives and the Senate, the situation has … Continue reading “Why Democrats’ Cries of Gerrymandering Are False”

New Options to Deal with North Korea

If the escalation of the crisis over the advancing nuclear weapons program in North Korea has taught observers anything, perhaps the biggest lesson is that in the face of all that would appear to be sane and rational, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un continues to choose what seems to be the “worst case scenario” … Continue reading “New Options to Deal with North Korea”

The Unsustainability of the Left’s Moral High Ground Tactic

If you feel like the left keeps getting crazier, you aren’t alone. In fact, your feelings are right on the money. It’s hard to pin down exactly when they committed to trying to usurp the moral high ground, but it has pushed them into a fascinating corner. The entire Democratic Party is now stuck in … Continue reading “The Unsustainability of the Left’s Moral High Ground Tactic”

ESPN Suspends Linda Cohen, Lets Jemele Hill Slide

If you’re a conservative who’s also a sports fan, you’re probably well aware that ESPN, the 24-hour cable sports channel, has been accused of much liberal bias over the years, that’s led to the network shedding more than 10 percent of its 100-million-person subscriber base since 2010. If you’ve ever watched ESPN, you likely may … Continue reading “ESPN Suspends Linda Cohen, Lets Jemele Hill Slide”

A Renewed Look at the Federal Budget

We’re coming to the tail end of a few intense weeks. Chief among the chaos were two of the most dangerous hurricanes we’ve had to face in a long time. While the damage could have been much worse, it was still enough to shake things up across the country. One of the biggest political events … Continue reading “A Renewed Look at the Federal Budget”

CNN Retracts another Story about Trump and his Allies

CNN has been forced to retract a story aimed at undermining Donald Trump’s presidency. Along with its retraction of the Russia-related article, CNN also announced three of its employees responsible for yet another fake news hit piece have resigned. The cable news network, once the leader in its field, continues to tarnish its name and … Continue reading “CNN Retracts another Story about Trump and his Allies”

Has Israel Backed Itself into a Corner?

With everything else going on in the world, from killer hurricanes in the Caribbean to President Trump making deals with the Democrats to Hillary Clinton’s side-splitter of a new book, conservatives may not have realized that around the other side of the world, Israel unilaterally attacked a Syrian military base in the middle of the … Continue reading “Has Israel Backed Itself into a Corner?”

Is Trump Now Aligning with the Democrats?

As the September deadline approached for the government to find a solution to the rapidly encroaching debt ceiling (the fixed limit permissible for the government to borrow funds to keep itself operating), President Trump found himself confronted with two options. Senators in his own party, led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, wished to make … Continue reading “Is Trump Now Aligning with the Democrats?”

The Ominous, Growing Power of Google

Most people who understand markets understand the downside of monopolies, and in America today, a few solitary Internet companies are such dominant players that their power is not only nearly unchecked within their industry, but within the global electronic infrastructure itself. One of the largest culprits in this respect — if not THE largest — … Continue reading “The Ominous, Growing Power of Google”


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