Browsing All posts tagged under »Public Opinion«

Don’t Despair: The Great Reset Will Lose (Part Two Of A Periodic Series On Optimism)

February 8, 2022 by


By Dr. Jay Lehr ~ Ernst Wolf, a German economist in his speech in August of 2021 said “the current situation we find ourselves in is unique in human history. Never has the entire world been thrown under the rule of such a coercive regime. Never have so many measures been taken which at first […]

An Important Victory

January 16, 2022 by


By Gary Bauer ~ Because Donald Trump won in 2016 … the three conservative Trump justices voted to stop big government overreach. As you know, Supreme Court Thursday blocked Biden’s vaccine mandate on American businesses in a 6 to 3 vote. Whether you’ve taken the vaccine or haven’t, whether you want everyone to get vaccinated […]

Ted’s Bad Day

January 9, 2022 by


By Gary Bauer ~ Earlier this week, Senator Cruz referred to the J6 riot as “a violent terrorist attack.” Senator Ted Cruz said something the other day that I did not report because I was certain Big Media was distorting his remarks. But, alas, it wasn’t a distortion. As we reported, Kamala Harris on Thursday […]

Good Riddance, 2021

January 3, 2022 by


By Michael Reagan ~ The worst mistakes the Biden administration made were in its failed “War on COVID.” It’s New Year’s again and time to hope for a happier future. Last year at this time we were hoping for a better year in 2021, but that sure as heck didn’t work out, did it? Forget […]

Biden Lied And People Died

January 2, 2022 by


By Gary Bauer ~ What happened to Biden’s plan? It’s been “quarantined.” Joe Biden said repeatedly throughout 2020 that he had a plan to “shut down the virus.” But according to the CDC, nearly 427,000 Americans died from COVID this year. What happened to Biden’s plan? It’s been “quarantined.” In a call with the nation’s […]

Architect Of Brexit Victory Reflects On How He Won Swing Voters

September 12, 2016 by


By Josh Siegel ~ More than two months after a majority of voters decided that Britain should withdraw from the European Union, the architect of the “leave” movement has a message for those who predicted the result would cause economic chaos. “I think the economists have been proven massively wrong,” says Matthew Elliott, the CEO […]

The Perils Of Punditry

April 19, 2013 by


By Alan Caruba ~ When one writes daily about the personalities, events and issues of the day, there is a point at which it occurs that you have revisited a particular story before and that is because each successive generation is apparently compelled to visit the same issues and make the same mistakes over and […]

Media Myth Busted: ‘Americans View Palin as More Sincere and Believable After Watching Speech’

January 16, 2011 by


By Noel Sheppard Media outlet after media outlet panned Sarah Palin’s video response to last Saturday’s Tucson shootings with some going so far as claiming it ended any chance she might have of becoming president assuming that’s even her goal. Destroying this myth was a new poll published by Media Curves that actually found Americans […]

Obama’s Religion

August 20, 2010 by


The actual survey result says that: “A substantial and growing number of Americans say that Barack Obama is a Muslim, while the proportion saying he is a Christian has declined. More than a year and a half into his presidency, a plurality of the public says they do not know what religion Obama follows.” A […]

Word Quiz 2010

August 19, 2010 by


Like the guy in the last panel of today’s cartoon, I’m still trying to answer the question. Is it any easier for you to answer? –Dry Bones– Israel’s Political Comic Strip Since 1973

In the Oval Office

August 10, 2010 by


The Obama administration has managed to alienate America’s friends without picking up any new allies. Most intriguing is his loss of popularity on the Arab Street and in the Muslim world. According to a report published three days ago by the Christian Science Monitor: New poll: angry at US, Arabs support an Iran nuclear bomb […]

The Climate Faith Crumbles

February 25, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt Doubts are rising fast not just here in Australia, but in Britain: Reports yesterday said the proportion of adults who believed climate change was “definitely” a reality dropped by 30 per cent over the past year, from 44 per cent to 31 per cent, in the latest survey by Ipsos Mori. Overall, […]

Obama Will Just Do It With A Nicer Smile

August 26, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt Will Hollywood and media Left maintain their rage, now that Barack Obama is doing what they flayed Bush for? The Obama administration will continue the Bush administration’s practice of sending terror suspects to third countries for detention and interrogation, but will monitor their treatment to ensure they are not tortured, administration officials […]

Obama: I’ve Got My Finger On The Pulse

June 23, 2009 by


By William Warren. See more Cartoons and Great Articles at NetRight Nation Blog

Blogging The Election

September 29, 2008 by


Why is it that this election has aroused so much interest? Why are we being told that the numbers who will actually vote at this election will be the largest in history? Why is it that in the run up to this election, people have become more aware of how the media is manipulting things […]

The Hanson Effect

September 12, 2008 by


The way that the media are ‘handling’ Sarah Palin bears similarities to a degree on something that happened here in Australia. The lady in question was Pauline Hanson. She started political life as a member of her local council, and when an early Federal election was called in 1996, she was preselected to represent the […]

Flaming China

April 12, 2008 by


Flaming China In the early days of the Internet, sending nasty or abusive messages was called “flaming”. That’s why I titled this cartoon “Flaming China”. Does anyone use the term “Flaming” any more? [I do hope that none of the nations boycott China like ex-Prez Carter did. That only penalizes the Athletes that have worked […]

Homebirth Midwife’s Final Appeal Wed April 9, 2008

April 9, 2008 by


Homebirth midwife’s final appeal Midwife to be heard in Commonwealth Court Homebirth Supporters Asked to Attend On April 9, 2008, Lancaster County midwife, Diane Goslin, will go before the Commonwealth Court to appeal a September 26, 2007 order by the Pennsylvania Board of Medicine to “cease and desist” from practicing midwifery. The hearing will be […]