Today Antifa is trying to overthrow America and is willing to destroy those who are opposed to accomplishing its goals. But who is Antifa?
Aging 1960s-era hippies were all about freedom. They - and we - might ask today's "progressives": "What happened to that freedom part?"
Progressives on the left hate free-market capitalist om the right. It is their descent into Marxism, and they want to take us with them.
Progressive agendas have been slowly eroding the quality of life in San Francisco since the 1960s. With Chesa Boudin it won't get better anytime soon.
Someone once said that “the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.” Guarded by those who keep the vigil, that we celebrate on Armed Forces Appreciation Day
Progressives are attempting to usurp God with the god of government. Calling his children as though they are sheep to slaughter on the altar of Democrats
it’s a blessing and a curse to live in Virginia. No one understands this more than the beleaguered Republican voters of Fairfax County.
A delusional Hillary Clinton today sounds a lot like the cruel and paranoid Josef Stalin at the end of his long reign of terror over the Soviet Union.
Elizabeth Warren may be progressive, but she wants you to know that she loves capitalism. But can she be a progressive capitalist?
Any time a monopoly is established, the results are always higher prices, poorer quality and less revenue for the monopolist.
The left-wing transformation of the American vocabulary turns once-standard meanings upside down. Fake news, racism anyone? Are progressives progressive?
From permanently discredited media hacks to violent Soros-supported thugs, leftists and globalists launch all-out war against victorious Trump, Deplorables.
By calling attention to the Constitution right before the election progressives are playing a dangerous game.
Election 2016 is not just a choice between whomever Republicans and Democrats nominate. It is a decision between freedom and peace on the one hand, or slavery and war on the other.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15, 2015 – Let’s launch today’s essay on America’s ongoing decline and fall by quoting at length some provocative comments from Jesse’s Café Américain, a uniquely odd, provocative, pseudonymous, one-man website primarily devoted to gold, silver and economic matters: Watching the conversations related to the political scene [is] a little more interesting now ...