Written by Cliff Kincaid
Media coverage of Russia during the Olympic Games has proven to be extremely inaccurate, from the gross exaggerations about the effects of Russia’s anti-gay propaganda law, to NBC’s claim in a report for the Olympics opening ceremony that Soviet communism was a “pivotal experiment”—and not a ...
Written by Brother Craig
Craig Writes on Virginia Politics and the Republicans lack of will to field a game plan based on their own RPV Creed
Let me start by stating I admire Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. Manning is a class act, from a classy family. That said, there was plenty of expectation that the ...
Written by Frank Salvato
There has been a lot of damage done to the United States Constitution courtesy of the Progressive Movement over the years. The passage of the 17th Amendment alone removed a critical constitutional check-and-balance meant to make sure the rights of the minority were protected, in this case the right ...
Written by J. D. Longstreet
So Near And Yet So Far, GOP caving, spines vanish
The Republican Party is set to reap a virtual bumper crop of votes from the "Obamasick" electorate in November increasing their numbers in the US House of Representatives and securing control of the US Senate ... unless ... they push through an ...
Written by Matthew Vadum
The Obama administration’s indictment of critic Dinesh D’Souza on campaign finance law violations is a reminder that it’s dangerous to be in the opposition when the president is a lawless strongman who knows the media will protect him no matter what. Democratic malefactors remained at large on ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
The Washington Post has a front page article glorifying communist folksinger Pete Seeger, and quoting him as saying that he regretted his support for the mass-murdering Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin. One of Stalin’s greatest crimes was starving millions of people to death in Ukraine.
Written by John W. Whitehead
“Twelve voices were shouting in anger, and they were all alike. No question, now, what had happened to the faces of the pigs. The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.” ― George Orwell, Animal ...
Written by Bethany Stotts
At this point we’ve all heard about the problems plaguing Obamacare, from the poor security on the Healthcare.gov website, to the glitches on the web that prevented many Americans from purchasing health care on the exchanges in the first place. Or, even if visitors did “purchase” their health care ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
Immigration is becoming unpopular everywhere else. In the UK, immigration has become so toxic that it may lead to a split from the European Union. In Australia, it helped elect a conservative government willing to tackle its migrant boat problem. Meanwhile in the United States, Republicans keep ...