August 11, 2022

Opinion

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Palladium shines as investors' gold
All the glitter is on gold, all the shine is on silver, and all the rust is on copper. Another metal is captivating investors everywhere, though – and that metal is palladium. Read More.
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'Conservative'? Cato opposes outsourcing U.S. jobs as bigotry
If the mask had not already been completely lifted on the fictitious conservative standing of globalist free trade "libertarian" organizations such as the Cato Institute, a telling tweet this month has surely sealed the deal. Read More.
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Heated warning from the Heartland: Election Day coming
Well, it finally happened. Heartlanders – from the mountains to the prairies – went all in on impeachment talk and spent a week praising Trump, condemning the Democrats, and repeating their vows for getting every red-blooded American to the polls. Read More.
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Snow White Pelosi and the Seven Impeachment Dwarfs
Now that House Democrats are finally ready to hand over articles of impeachment to the Senate, it is merely the deck chairs on the tilting platform of the “Titanic” investigation that need to be straightened. Read More.
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Three reasons Kim Jong-Un is feeling the heat
The killing of Qasem Soleimani by an American drone aircraft on orders from U.S. President Donald Trump as the Iranian general arrived in Baghdad to spur on Iran-backed Iraqi militia against the U.S. confronts Kim Jong-Un with serious problems. Read More.
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Iran's brinksmanship crashes and burns with airliner it downed
An eagerly anticipated UN Security Council meeting came in the nervous aftermath of America’s targeted killing of Iranian terrorist kingpin Qasem Soleimani by an armed U.S. drone. Read More.
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'Blue comfort food': We watched the debate as a public service
The latest Democratic Party debate featured the usual suspects of progressivism but little in the way of policy that would set the hopefuls apart from their fellow contenders. Read More.
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Virginia Dems betray agreement, move ahead on gun control
The downside of a democratic form of government was on prominent display Jan. 13 at a Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. Read More.
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The fall of Spartacus: Cory Booker bows out
Spartacus has left the building. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) announced Jan. 13 that he is ending his bid for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. Read More.
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Soros cronies' 'New America' seeks to euthanize the old
It has become clear in recent years that those seeking to create a "New America" are following a very precise playbook. Read More.
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Hillary Clinton and the amazing amnesia of delusional Democrats
Let’s focus on the Cult of Clinton and their claims that Madam President would have done better. Read More.
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$4 billion for the wall clears legal hurdle
Make way for the excavators; the Trump Administration just cleared a legal hurdle in its effort to build the Wall along the southern border. Read More.
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'Unsinkable'? Biden's bid claims divine right of Swamp royalty
Joe Biden’s “selected not elected” presidential campaign is a defiant pose against the current prevailing political winds that argue you cannot win simply by running as an establishment “it’s gotta be me” candidate in the post-Trump era. Read More.
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In review: Multinationals' stunning radicalism
It's frankly been nothing short of stunning to follow the thousands of threads available and track just how strongly committed well known corporate brands are to some of the most destructive agendas threatening America today. Read More.

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