Angela Merkel, the Leader Who Cannot Do Math

Tobias Song   On May 28th, Chancellor of Germany and one of the major leaders of the European Union commented on President Trump. She has concluded that after three days of trans-Atlantic meetings, Trump is not the reliable partner her country and Continent have automatically depended on in the past. Seemingly her comment was made... Continue Reading →

The Democrats’ “Other” Problem

Walt Pereira    The punch in the title refers to the blow to the face of a self-described, “anti-Nazi scalp Huntress”, and Antifa member, which was caught on tape and posted all over social media. For a year now , the, essentially (in this case not brown-shirted, but black-shirted), “storm troopers”  of the Democrat Party-... Continue Reading →


Walt Pereira    On the other side of the wall meant to keep disbelievers out lies, MagicUnicornLand. If you go through the EnchantedForest and crest the hill, you’ll find yourself looking down on ThingsThatNeverHappenedLand, that fantasy world where FakeJournalists of the FakeNewsMedia (FNM) make their home and report on things that, wait for it…never happened!... Continue Reading →

Free Speech for me but not for the Haters

Walt Pereira “They who to States and Govenours of the Commonwealth direct their speech…” thus begins the 85 word long first sentence of, Aereopagitica (1644), John Milton’s impassioned plea for the freedom of the presses which he penned in the midst of the English Civil War (1642-51), that pitted monarchists versus parliamentarians. As we contend... Continue Reading →

(The) Resistance is Futile

Walt Pereira    The last election cycle left so many people speechless. They could not believe that their precious constitutional right to vote was, in their opinion, for naught. A tale of two worsts, Clinton and Trump. They remind me of the people that call fashion magazines “pornography”. I’m just as annoyed at people who... Continue Reading →

The Onerous Path to Citizenship of U.S. soldiers

Tobias J Song   USCIS (United States Citizenships and Immigration Services) is the governmental agency under the department of homeland security. The agency was formerly called INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) under the Department of Justice. USCIS was transferred to the department of homeland security in 2003 because of the increased security needs in regards... Continue Reading →

Trump Care, Don’t Pop Open the Champagne Yet

Tobias J Song Finally, Trump Care passed the House. Americans should be happy about getting out of the shackle in forced purchase of health insurance. Obviously, Trump Care is not the perfectly right answer at this point, but it is a tremendously better option than the previous Obama Care since the federal government would not need... Continue Reading →

The “50 Reasons for Climate Change” Skepticism

Stephen Maxner Recently Bret Stephens (noted Never Trump “conservative” formerly of the Wall Street Journal) penned his first editorial for the New York Times, and he (gently) challenged the dogma of climate change (while all along virtue signaling that, of course, he is on the correct side of the issue and not an ignorant cretin... Continue Reading →

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