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A Benevolent Dictator

July 8, 2012
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By Marlin  Thompson ~ I started musing about what I would do if I were absolute dictator of the United States for one year to fast track our country back to a position of primacy and prosperity. The United States has outlasted, by 35 years, the world’s great civilization’s average of 200 years. But we […]

Arthur W Upfield Home Page (With Updates)

September 23, 2010
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UPDATE (October 2014) All 29 of the Bony novels are now available for downloading to a variety of electronic devices, and the list for those is shown at the following link. Arthur Upfield Novels Available For Electronic Devices All of these should be available for any tablet or smartphone using the Android operating system. All […]

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Colorado Officials Want to Crush Jack Phillips for Not Creating Some Cakes

August 16, 2018
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By Jim Campbell ~  For over six years now, Colorado has been on a crusade to crush Jack Phillips because state officials despise what he believes and how he practices his faith. After Phillips defended himself all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court and won, he thought Colorado’s hostility toward his faith was over. He was wrong. […]

Jordan and Israel to Bypass PLO?

August 16, 2018
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A Dry Bones Cartoon ~  According to Canada Free Press: Jordan-Israel negotiations on Trump peace plan set to bypass PLO By David Singer Jordan-Israel negotiations based on President Trump’s long-awaited peace plan seem increasingly likely to happen – following retired Jordanian Ambassador and former editor of the Jordan Times – Walid Sadi – flagging Jordan’s legal and […]

Sad! Stephen Colbert Tougher on Bernie’s Socialism Than CBS Journalists

August 16, 2018
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By Scott Whitlock ~  It’s sad when the liberal comedian on your network is tougher than most of the journalists. But that’s what happened on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning as socialist Bernie Sanders made two CBS appearances. Late Night host Stephen Colbert repeatedly pressed Sanders on the problems with promoting socialism in America. Over on CBS This Morning, however, the […]

Libertarian Banned For Life on Twitter For Debate

August 15, 2018
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By Corinne Weaver ~  In its overzealous policing of thought, Twitter has now picked a side on war and peace, apparently. On August 13’s episode of Tucker Carlson Tonight, Peter Van Buren, a former State Department employee, told Carlson that he was “banned for life” on Twitter, for inciting violence. In a Twitter debate with journalists, Van […]

Waving The Flag

August 15, 2018
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A Dry Bones Cartoon ~ In the old days, years ago, we regularly referred to our local Arab population as “Israeli Arabs”. It now seems that many (most?) now reject the idea that they are “Israeli” If you remember those old days (or you’d like to see what they were like) you’ll find my collection […]

The Earliest Signing Of The NDAA In 40 Years Is A Giant Step In Rebuilding The Military

August 15, 2018
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By Frederico Bartels ~ With President Donald Trump’s signature Monday at Fort Drum, New York, the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal 2019 will be the earliest a defense authorization bill has become law since 1978. Forty years ago, the bill was 16 pages long and was called the “Department of Defense […]

The Press Hates Trump’s Attacks On Them, But What About Obama’s War On Fox?

August 14, 2018
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By Scott Whitlock ~ The Boston Globe is lobbying for a mass denunciation of Donald Trump as a response to his complaints about the media. According to The Hill, over 100 newspapers all over the country will “publish editorials fighting back against President Trump’s repeated attacks on the media.” In a pitch to fellow newspapers, […]