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by | Aug 20, 2021

Many colleges and universities begin fall classes next week. The big question on students’ minds is what the semester will look like as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Numerous universities across the country have instituted vaccine mandates for students returning to…

by | Aug 13, 2021

Trump-appointed Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett denied an appeal Thursday by Indiana University students who were looking to block their campus’ COVID vaccine mandate. Barrett did not consult her SCOTUS colleagues and did not give an explanation to the…

by | Jul 13, 2021

As American enthusiasm for the COVID-19 vaccine slows, left-wing groups affiliated with President Joe Biden are searching for aggressive ways to get more vaccines into the arms of Americans.  The Democrat National Committee (DNC) intends to work with cellular service…

by | Jul 5, 2021

Before saying what I’m about to say, let me begin by reminding readers that numerous times last year I wrote about my great concern over COVID and about the crucial need for a vaccine. I was anything but a COVID…

by | Mar 16, 2021

One year into this pandemic, we are seeing signs of hope that life will return to normal sometime this year. States across the country are relaxing COVID restrictions. This is drawing criticism from some, including President Biden, calling such moves…

by | Mar 7, 2021

You’ve got dictators, and you’ve got dictators. Some like Stalin and Mao killed tens of millions of their own people, but actually convinced themselves it was for the overall good of the remainders. Some like Fidel Castro and Hugo Chávez…

by | Feb 27, 2021

Sunday Last night, I was stunned beyond words by a story from UCLA. A young student was eavesdropped upon while he was having an argument with his girlfriend in a parked car. In the conversation, the young man used some…

by | Feb 2, 2021

Washington The fabulists who are covering President Joe Biden for the mainstream media have spoken. He has gotten off to a flawless start. His first week was unsurpassed even by Warren Gamaliel Harding back in the 1920s. Warren spent a…

by | Jan 23, 2021

Friday Cognitive dissonance is the phenomenon where you see two or more phenomena that are supposed to go together but really are wildly different. For example, if you saw a bloody beachhead on Peleliu and right on the sand in…

by | Nov 10, 2020

“If the president had done his job,” said Joe Biden at a CNN town hall in Moosic, Pennsylvania, on September 17, “all the people would still be alive. All the people. I’m not making this up. Just look at the…

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