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Stories by Steven Lopez

Originally from Los Angeles, Steven M. Lopez has been in the news business for more than thirty years. He made his way around the country: Arizona, the Bay Area and now resides in South Florida.
Pro-abortion, activists, Montezuma’s revenge

Pro-abortion activists exact Montezuma’s revenge

WASHINGTON. Left-wing activists have no sense of irony. In response to the leaked US Supreme Court ruling that will soon overturn Roe vs. Wade, pro-abortion activists stormed Catholic churches across the nation on Sunday in protest. Sunday also happened to coincide with Mother’s Day. An organization calling itself Ruth Sent Us, named for the late ...

Biden, Maga, most extreme political organization, Deplorables

Biden’s MAGA attack a lot like Smollett’s, without the Subway sandwich

WASHINGTON. The usually sleepy Joe Biden arose from his slumber after Tuesday’s GOP primaries to condemn the threat to his and the Democrat’s political agenda. But, here’s a hint, it wasn’t Texas Sen. Ted Cruz or Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan he attacked. It was Hillary’s MAGA deplorables. “Let me tell you about this ultra MAGA ...

Unborn, SCOTUS, 14th Amendment, Roe v. Wade

Even the unborn are entitled to Fourteenth Amendment protections

WASHINGTON.  Associate United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has sent the left into conniption fits over a leaked draft of his impending majority opinion overturning the high court’s 1973 ruling in Roe vs Wade. The Supreme Court recognizing the unborn have protection under the Constitution, but the right to abortion does not. “We hold ...

Call it disinformation or censorship, DHS is really eyeing future elections

WASHINGTON. The Washington Post’s motto, “Democracy Dies in Darkness,” is demonstrably wrong. Instead, it’s dying in broad daylight in full view of Congress, the media, and the American public. Last Thursday, two days after billionaire Elon Musk purchased social media site Twitter, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) alerted Congress to the formation of its ...

Fauci, Science,

The arrogance of Dr. Anthony Fauci and his fallible science

WASHINGTON. No one better exemplifies the mindset of modern science than the man who claims to be its noblest embodiment: director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and chief medical advisor to the president, Dr. Anthony Fauci. The long-time medical bureaucrat, who told reporters his detractors “are really criticizing science,” more ...

Elon Musk, Musk, Time, Person of the Year, Space X

Elon Musk’s Twitter purchase sends media into a panic – over China

WASHINGTON. Thanks to Elon Musk, the media is suddenly concerned about China. Following the billionaire rocketeer’s purchase of social media platform Twitter, billionaire Jeff Bezos, owner of the lie machine known as the Washington Post, tweeted this Monday evening, “Interesting question: Did the Chinese government just gain a bit of leverage over the town square ...

Florida snap traps the neck of the woke mouse that roared –

WASHINGTON. Florida is a truly unique state. It’s a vacationer’s dream, whether they’re taking the kids to the Sunshine State’s legendary theme parks or driving down Highway 1 to enjoy the tropical pleasures of Key West, the southernmost spot in the US. But not everyone sees Florida as a land of warm breezes and umbrellaed ...

The investments in Big Tech In-Q-Tel paying big dividends for the CIA

WASHINGTON. Did you know the CIA has a technology investment arm? They call it In-Q-Tel, which began the last year of Bill Clinton’s presidency. According to the In-Q-Tell website: “In-Q-Tel was founded in 1999 as the global technological evolution is underway… the internet is widely available, mobile applications are launching, and the digital revolution has ...

biden, feinstein, cognitive decline, democrats

The Democratic Party’s cognitive decline problem

WASHINGTON. Could the mainstream media be gearing up for a coordinated campaign designed to remove Joe Biden as president? After all, his severe mental decline isn’t so easy to camouflage as news reports show a confused and bewildered Biden walking around aimlessly at White House events. Stretching out his hand to shake that of an ...

Elon Musk vs. the Saudi princes of the mainstream media

WASHINGTON. It took a pampered Saudi princeling to clarify why so many on the left are upset with Elon Musk’s $43 billion bid to purchase social media site Twitter, take it private, and clean house. Saudi Arabian Prince Alwaleed bin Talal opposes Musk’s hostile bid, saying the purchase price doesn’t “come close to the intrinsic ...

Elon Musk’s out-of-this-world offer to take Twitter private

WASHINGTON. Billionaire Elon Musk has become the most consequential man in the solar system. He’s not only building spaceships to take Americans back to the moon and eventually Mars. He’s sending chills of terror down the spines of censoring algorithm designers and the shrill canceling Twitter mob. When Musk recently bought 10 percent of Twitter ...

inflation, new york, subway shooting

Connecting high inflation and Tuesday’s New York City subway shooting

WASHINGTON. When New York Mayor Eric Adams was forced to address the issue of rising violence in his city’s subway system and pledged to increase the police presence to meet the threat, one man took to social media and remarked, “He [Adams] may slow it down, but he ain’t stopping it. That means you’d have ...

inflation, Putin, Russia, Oil, Biden

Vladimir Putin can’t control Ukraine, yet he commands US inflation?

WASHINGTON. According to the Biden White House, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s military not only threatens Ukrainian democracy, but it has also put him in control of the US economy. But more on that later. Fox News reports that Putin has fired 150 officials of his nation’s Federal Security Bureau (FSB) – the successor to the ...

The liberal white supremacist, right-wing, insurrectionist narrative implodes

WASHINGTON. Studies find that 3 to 4 percent of juries will not convict defendants because they believe the broken law is unjust or unreasonable. The process is called jury nullification, which proved a valuable weapon in the hands of northern juries fighting against the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850. Impaneled jurists declined to convict those ...

Pentagon finds no hotbeds of “right-wing extremism” among our military

WASHINGTON. There’s been a lot of talk about the rise of “right-wing extremism” in the US military. It’s been a growing fear inside the US government for more than a decade. A fear past Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reports echoed. In response, the Pentagon implemented policies to help weed out the problem. But recently, ...

Disney, HB 1557, Children

The creepiest place on Earth: the moral collapse of Disney’s world

WASHINGTON. “Fantasyland is dedicated to the young-in-heart,” said Walt Disney of his theme park dedicated to the wonder of an idealized childhood. But that was Walt’s vision. Today, woke LGBTQ E-I-E-I-O misfits have clearly seized control of the Walt Disney Corporation in a twisted effort to sexualize childhood. (Why are liberals demanding children’s early exposure ...

Matt Gaetz, FBI, Hunter Biden, hard drive

Matt Gaetz, The FBI and Hunter Biden’s hard … drive

WASHINGTON. The FBI exonerated Hillary Clinton despite her illegal handling of top-secret State Department emails. That paid British spy Christopher Steele as a confidential source. And then used the made-up Steele dossier as the basis for its counterintelligence investigation of President Donald Trump… also possesses the hard drive of Hunter Biden’s MacBook Pro “laptop from ...