Published on 6/15/15 at Canada Free Press The most important service rendered by the press and the magazines is that of educating people to … Continue reading
Category Archives: Freedom of Speech
Published at Canada Free Press on June 11, 2015 Frequently I make notes to myself about something that I think would be good for a future article. Even more frequently I conclude that there is no way trying to fill … Continue reading
Published at Canada Free Press on May,22 2015 I spent yesterday evening driving to our local high school, which is the polling place for any votes that relate to membership on the local school board. Equally important, but much more … Continue reading
Too many people in this nation, and around the world in other nations, refuse to look a problem in the eye and call it out for what it is. Bill Whittle has a gift that has been given to few. … Continue reading
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I recalled an old, make that VERY old joke. Students were asked “What is the difference between ‘Ignorance’ and ‘Apathy’?” The most common answer the questioners received was “I don’t know, and I don’t care.” I thought of this … Continue reading
“A government of the people, by the people and for the people”. Do you think that phrase still describes our government … or has it become something else? Has it become a government of an elite few? Has it become … Continue reading
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Barack Obama seems able to ignore anything (except maybe a really lousy golf lie in a sand trap) and functions as if only what he desires to have happen actually does happen. Separated by over four years in time and … Continue reading
The wholesale slaughter of sixteen French citizens at the hands of Islamic terrorists should prompt the question that we need to ask ourselves: “Why are we not allowed to defend ourselves?” Seems like a simple question. Sadly it continually yields … Continue reading
Published at Canada Free Press For many years average Americans, regardless of color, gender, national origin, religious affiliation (or lack of any religion), level of formal education or any other cultural identity have despised Democrat politicians more than Republican politicians. … Continue reading