Opinions

Our turn to resist

Body
Now that the Democrats won’t have Donald Trump to kick around anymore, they’ll do it anyway, if for no other reason than to keep your eyes off their extremism. While President Joe Biden is talking about “unity and compromise,” the leftist machine is still obsessing over Trump (by design) and demonizing and silencing his supporters.

Biden rejects first two facts of life

Body
President Joe Biden had a little bit of a problem dealing with the English language recently when he announced his White House science team. He used the verb “will” when he meant to say “is.” “I’ve always said that the Biden-Harris administration will also going to lead, and we’re going to lead with science and truth,” Biden said, according to the video on CSPAN.

Why the left has to suppress free speech

Body
Let us begin with this fact: The left always suppresses speech. Since Vladimir Lenin and the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia in 1917, there has been no example of the left in control and not crushing dissent.

Amnesia of the anarcho-tyrannists

Body
Is it just me, or has the entire universe of establishment media, politics and Hollywood forgotten that this country has endured an entire year of relentless violent anarcho-tyranny? Antifa and Black Lives Matter rioters set businesses and churches ablaze, smashed state capitols and laid siege to federal courthouses. They permanently destroyed precious statues and symbols of America’s heritage.

Real threats to democracy don’t come from Republicans

Body
A dark cloud looms over the United States -- a storm cloud of tyranny. All the rest is noise -- a diversion. Having been on a witch hunt to burn the president at the impeachment stake since he took office, the Trump haters believe they are vindicated forevermore.

We need new political parties

Body
Designating our two political parties as Republican or Democratic is defunct. We no longer know what a Republican politician or a Democratic politician genuinely believes.

What about the ‘good American’?

Body
In my last column, I described how I have come to better understand the moral problem of the “good German, the term used to describe the average, presumably decent German who did nothing to hurt Jews but also did nothing to help them and did nothing to undermine the Nazi regime.”