In Washington, D.C., where character assassination is a popular blood sport, actual assassination may become part of the New Normal in American politics.
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Joe Alton MD is a physician, NY Times bestselling author in Health, and host of Genesis Communication's American Survival Radio. Follow him at AmericanSurvivalRadio.com
The Battle of Britain was a 1940 military air campaign of the Second World War in which the Luftwaffe (German Air Force) tried to bomb England into submission. Lasting months, the Royal Air Force eventually defeated the Germans, thus keeping the British in the war and preventing the collapse of the allied war effort.
President Donald Trump likes using Twitter, and he unleashes firestorms in the media daily with his sometimes, ahem, less than eloquent remarks. But his latest tweet about all the “Negative Press Covfefe” is taking over the airwaves and giving new legs to the theory that Mr. Trump suffers from sleep deprivation. Scholarly publications like USA TODAY are trotting out numerous experts that point to the danger of having a sleep-deprived person (especially a Republican) in a position of power
Well-known conservative writer David French recently wrote a National Review article criticizing the idea that conservatives should become more openly partisan. In that article, French mentions a call in which he was told to “put on that red jersey and get on the field”, something he believes is politically and morally wrong.
In years past, you have read stories of the Palestinian’s “Intifada” against Israelis. Intifada is an Arabic word whose meaning is “rebellion” or “resistance”. This resistance often takes the form of violent action, such as the “knife intifada” of 2015 that consisted of stabbing attacks on citizens in Israel.
If you’re looking for a poster child to illustrate the effects of switching from a capitalist society to a socialist one, look no further than Venezuela. When you examine recent events, it’s clear that the fruits of socialism are… no fruit (or any other food).
Once upon a time, there was a kid who carried a hand grenade with him to school. He claimed to have a whole lot of hand grenades at home, and was always threatening teachers and students that, if you got him mad, he would use them one day. He occasionally dug a hole in the ground and tested his hand grenades to make sure they were good to go at all times.
Recently, President Donald Trump signed executive orders calling for the building of a wall on our southern border, as well as an expansion of border patrol forces and immigration officers. Bids are coming in from construction firms, but will a wall ever get built? Or is the wall, or the mere idea of it, too big an obstacle to hurdle?
Rep. Ron DeSantis (R, FL) has called for an immediate end to a 2013 rule that provides special healthcare subsidies for members of Congress. In a letter to President Trump last week, DeSantis wrote that he believes the President can press the urgency of Repeal and Replace if members of Congress have to suffer under it like everyone else.
The deep political divisions that have plagued the nation during the 21st Century have been compared to the Civil War of the 19th century. This Civil War, however, is most “un-civil.”
I’m betraying my age by admitting that I watched Bugs Bunny cartoons during my childhood. (I should say reruns of Bugs Bunny cartoons; I’m not that old). Bugs was generally a peaceful get-along sort of rabbit; that is, until Elmer Fudd, Yosemite Sam, or Wil E. Coyote got him mad. Once you raised the hackles of the hare, you were in a mess of trouble.
Among the many examples of intolerance by the illiberal left, the incident when writer Charles Murray came to speak at Middlebury College was, perhaps, one of the most heinous. It’s said that every cloud has a silver lining. Is there one here?
A Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, the American Health Care Act (AHCA), has been proposed and some conservative members of congress are, to put it mildly, not on board.
President Donald Trump caused a ruckus recently when he mentioned “what happened in Sweden last night”. Despite no unrest actually reported, he’s been proven inadvertently clairvoyant as the country erupted in immigrant riots shortly thereafter.
Many conservatives throughout the country are calling for the rapid repeal of Obamacare. President Trump has promised the abolition of the Affordable Care Act and the replacement with something that broadens health care access, decreases costs, and improves the quality of care.
Dilbert creator Scott Adams announced on his blog recently that he will stop donating to his alma mater, the University of California at Berkeley. Maybe it’s time for you to do the same.
The United States is dedicated to the right of free speech. Peaceful demonstrations in the past have served as catalysts for social change, such as civil rights legislation. The nation, however, was shocked by the violence perpetrated in the protest against Milo Yiannopoulos’ scheduled speech at UC-Berkeley.
The University of California at Berkeley proudly labels itself as the birthplace of the Free Speech Movement of the 1960s. Now it can also claim the title of Birthplace of Free Speech Intolerance.
Judge Neil Gorsuch, Donald Trump’s choice to fill the SCOTUS vacancy, is thought to be pro-life “friendly.” That doesn’t mean that a sacred cow of the Left, Roe vs. Wade, is in danger of being ground into hamburger.