What’s Next?

Consider the following: The Democrats and their Deep State and media allies were willing to illegally spy on Donald Trump. The Democrats used false information to charge the president with treason for colluding with Russia.  Later they added a phone call they didn't like to enforce their charges. The Democrats perverted and corrupted the most … Continue reading What’s Next?

The Internet Choice

Everyone with basic knowledge of the Internet – surfing, email, Facebook, etc. – knows there is a lot of trash out there in the Ethernet. But there is also a lot of good: People sharing ideas, teaching, keeping people informed about everything from cooking to fixing cars to building computers, ad infinitum. But the United … Continue reading The Internet Choice

Gossip Columns and Tabloids, Con’d

Anyone with a little bit of common sense and a conservative bent knows the American Main Stream Media spend more time on Trump bashing than reporting the news. They refuse to report the good things that President Trump has accomplished in the last 3 years; economy is booming, unemployment is at historical lows across the … Continue reading Gossip Columns and Tabloids, Con’d

Gossip Columns and Tabloids

First they said the "whistleblower" that had "information" about President Trumps phone conversation with the president of Ukraine was not actually present during the call, but rather he was told by another person what transpired in the call. So, President Trump declassified the transcript-- which is never verbatim -- so the whole world could see … Continue reading Gossip Columns and Tabloids

Blind Leading the Blind

(From a report by Kyle Hooten, a sophomore at St. Olaf, who reports for The College Fix. We can only hope that more young men and women who are cognizant of what is really going on with our colleges and universities continue to have the courage to speak out and expose the liberal influence and … Continue reading Blind Leading the Blind

American “Education”

The American University in Washington, D.C. has hired an outside professor to teach their faculty how to grade papers in a "non-racist" way, particularly written assignments by students.  Asao Inoue of the University of Washington-Tacoma is known for advocating that students should be graded based on the “labor” they put into their work, not the … Continue reading American “Education”