1. Guido Lombardi: The Disinformation War

2. Joy Tiz: It’s the Constitution, Stupid!

3. Dave Bego: Social Justice (Welfare) Breeds Complacency, Dependency and Sloth

4. Joseph Klein: France Enables an Islamist Takeover of Ivory Coast

5. Kyle Olson: Understanding the Adults’ Insatiable Thirst for School Spending

 

 

 

The Disinformation War

By Guido Lombardi

 

The propaganda regurgitated by so-called radical-liberal (socialist) media and politicos, is similar in form and content to that of Islamic extremists, and as bad as the Marxist doctrine forced in the minds and hearts of the anti-Vietnam-war protesters here in the U.S. in the ’60s and ’70s, and repeated by anti-Iraq-war leftists. Two years ago, Fox News reported: “ACORN to Play Role in 2010 Census.” Acorn and friends, with their greedy hands on census and health and human services are creating MILLIONS of new voters from illegal immigrants… and when they input their false names in the  system and assign them new Social Security numbers, you will not be able to distinguish them from the legal ones, you will just see “appear” from nothing, hundreds of thousands of new voters… (they did the same in Europe over the last decades). Be ready. [more...]

 

Guido Lombardi is an international political & business consultant, specializing in Italy, the United States, and Israel.  His most recent book, The Value Matrix 2.0, has garnered high praise from the likes of Donald Trump and Daniel Abraham.

 

 

It’s the Constitution, Stupid!

By Joy Tiz

 

We’re having the wrong argument about spending.  Of course we can’t afford the trillions being blown in useless and outright destructive government programs.  But, that line of reasoning suggests that when the economy is smokin’ hot, we really should be paying for self-esteem classes for child molesters. Most government spending is manifestly unconstitutional.  Our founders, in their wisdom, delegated just a few powers to the federal government – essentially, those functions that nobody else could do. [more...]

 

 

Social Justice (Welfare) Breeds Complacency, Dependency and Sloth

By Dave Bego

 

“From exertion come wisdom and purity; from sloth ignorance and sensuality” said Thoreau.  These words aptly describe the welfare state and the havoc government entitlement programs and concessions that big labor coerces from the public and private sector wreak upon the American landscape and the free enterprise system under the masquerade of social justice. Social justice is no more than a euphemism for socialism, the ultimate goal of the current administration and its big labor allies. Social justice tactics as chronicled in The Devil at My Doorstep, are an attack on America disguised as an altruistic movement. Ultimately they serve to destroy self determination, self-esteem and self worth in favor of complacency, dependency, and sloth, resulting in the demise of the American worker and American exceptionalism. [more...]

 

 

France Enables an Islamist Takeover of Ivory Coast

By Joseph Klein

 

Ironically, on the very day that France’s law banning the wearing of full-face coverings went into effect, French military forces helped Muslims add another country in Africa to their growing Caliphate – the Ivory Coast. The French, the former colonial rulers in the Ivory Coast, forced the surrender of former president Laurent Gbagbo to forces loyal to president-elect Alassane Ouattara, who the international community had recognized as the victor in last year’s presidential election. [more...]

 

 

Understanding the Adults’ Insatiable Thirst for School Spending

By Kyle Olson

 

We continue to hear from teachers unions and the rest of the education establishment that if public schools aren’t up to par, it’s because they’re “under-funded.” That’s a natural response from the adults – 80% of every education dollar goes to benefit them, so of course they would be fighting for more spending. As we’ve seen in Madison, Trenton, Columbus and Lansing, the unions are making good use of their First Amendment rights “to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” But the unions have no right to conscript students to help fight their battles. [more...]

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