Category Archives: Civil Rights

Hong Kong vs China – It’s Not a Fair Fight

by Jack Hong Kong has roughly 7.4 million people packed into 420 square miles, with a majority of the population living in only 8 square miles.  That congestion has caused some unique governance  problems, but most are resolved because the … Continue reading

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Abortion Discussion – ((((KABOOM!!!))))

by Jack Both the prochoice and prolife  share irrefutable logic as well as overlapping moral concerns and both are very passionate in their belief, that’s a given.  Currently, some states are making it very difficult for a woman to get … Continue reading

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Trouble in Law Enforcement

by Jack The following news article prompted me to ask you a few questions about how you see the cops these days. “AMSTERDAM, Ohio – In the days after they ousted their police chief, the leaders of this town realized … Continue reading

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Liberals Say More Censorship – More Gun Control Needed

by Jack Nary a day can pass without a global headline reminding us why it’s still better to be living in America. Today’s reminder comes from New Zealand: “New Zealand bans ‘manifesto’ of Christchurch mosque gunman as more than 1,000 … Continue reading

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2020 Census Can’t Ask Citizenship Question

by Jack A 2nd federal court judge says a question on census about citizenship is illegal, even though there is past precedence.  The reasoning was because some people that are here illegally might be reluctant to take part in the … Continue reading

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Honoring One of America’s Finest Patriots

Posted by Jack Today is Frederick C. Douglass day, although most American’s don’t even know who he was, but we should.   He was a man of true character and vision.  Like MLK, Douglass was a Christian minister and a … Continue reading

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A Look in Review – Ca Dumbest Laws of 2018

by Tom Donnelly The Marxist-Progressives who control California have made their priorities clear (and they’ve faced no real opposition from the timid Republicans): make life easier for criminals and illegal aliens and criminal illegal aliens, while cracking down on law-abiding … Continue reading

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Gov. Browns Signs Water Bill

Posted by Jack To all my smart friends who saw it coming and fled this state….congratulations! You must be breathing a sigh of relief about now, knowing you made an incredibly wise move as CA raised taxes, increased regulations, caused … Continue reading

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Justice for Conservatives and Free Speech at Berkley Campus!

Posted by Tina The Young Americas Foundation and the UC Berkeley College Republicans filed a civil rights lawsuit against UC Berkley a year ago alleging, “…bias in the process of bringing high-profile speakers to campus.” The lawsuit came about after … Continue reading

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Mueller Targeted – Jerome Corsi Files Criminal and Ethics Complaint

Posted by Tina In October NBC reported that Mueller’s office had obtained “communications” that suggested Jerome Corsi had “advance knowledge” that Hillary Clinton’s former campaign chairman’s (John Podesta) emails had been stolen and handed over to Julian Assange. NBC also … Continue reading

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