Obama’s Secret Campaign Finance Scandal

Within the course of approximately 24-hours, the hysterical drumbeat by the rabid media on CNN, MSNBC, CBS, and ABC for “IMPEACHMENT” was uttered over 300-times. No doubt the left is salivating like hungry jackals circling the mighty bull, hoping to bring down the Trump Administration with another bogus claim that’s as transparent as Mueller’s Russian hoax. The issue of campaign finance law violation has become the latest saga stemming from the Mueller probe. While the rabid response from the Left might make one think they are living through the second…

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The Koch Network Emerges

“The conservative Koch brothers are no more – even if they remain a political powerhouse,” reported The Chicago Tribune in July. The comment came shortly after David Koch announced his decision to step out of the network due to health problems. David’s older brother Charles, who has always been more involved in the family’s political efforts, wasted no time directing journalists to replace the phrase “Koch brothers” with “Koch network.” And while the Koch brothers have long been viewed by Democrats in the way Republicans view George Soros, the network…

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David Hogg for Congress

In what has to be the earliest announcement of a congressional candidacy in American history, Parkland High School’s most famous graduate, David Hogg, has announced his intention to run for Congress.  Of course, the 18-year-old young man has to wait seven more years to enter Congress – if he got elected.  That is when he will reach the constitutional age requirement of 25 years. Hogg began his campaign against gun violence by claiming to be non-partisan. Since that time, he has been coopted and boosted into prominence by the left…

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CDC examines risky teen behavior

One in 7 teenagers is abusing opioids, and sexual minorities increasingly face health disparities and health risks, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that analyzes high-risk behaviors of high school students across the country. Traditionally, adolescence is seen as a time for moments of poor judgment and learning about life. The CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) studies these moments and trends them every 2 years to compile a national report assessing adolescent and young adult health risks. The report monitors…

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All the News That’s Fit to Ignore

More than 100 years ago, New York Times owner Adolph Ochs arrogantly declared that his newspaper published “All the news that’s fit to print” – thus creating the most famous, if not the most accurate, media motto in journalism history. Today, Ochs’ publication is part of an east coast media cabal that offers up only half the news that’s fit to print – and even that half is jaded by deep-seated biases. Papers, like the New York Times, function incestuously with the electronic media as a means of getting their…

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Getting dinner on the table during back to school season

FOR MANY FAMILIES, August is a time to get those back-to-school lists taken care of, schedule after-school activities and prepare for the kids to wake up early enough to eat breakfast and get out the door. For parents, it can be overwhelming. After getting the kids dressed, throwing breakfast together and packing lunches for everyone, making plans for dinner at home can fall by the wayside, especially with homework and extracurricular activities added back to the schedule. This is an issue for almost every parent I know, so I reached out to my dietitian colleagues for their…

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Why John Brennan Doesn’t Matter

Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) John Brennan just got his top-level security clearance stripped away. It quickly became THE major story of the day. News anchors and their parroting panelists waxed on about the implications and the ramifications of the action. They even obsessed over the date the announcement was drafted, as if that had deep meaning. Since the action was taken by Trump, the speculation by the left-leaning media folks again ran to the potential collapse of the Republic. The move against Brennan was declared to…

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Democrat Judge Releases Muslim Terrorist Suspects

In a stunning decision, a New Mexico judge on Monday granted bond to 4-adults who were charged with 11-counts of child abuse each. The police, after initially looking for 39-year old fugitive Siraj Wahhaj and his kidnapped son, raided a compound in New Mexico last week. Along with Wahhaj, 11 malnourished children and one decomposed body were found in the filth riddled desert compound. The compound was allegedly used as a Muslim training facility, for the sole purpose of training some of the starving children in the use of firearms…

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Avenatti for President?

Showboater attorney Michael Avenatti is hinting to the media of a possible run for president in 2020. And yes, he means President of the United States, not the National Bar Association – for which he would be equally unqualified. The news report had me breaking out in mocking guffaws because I was sure this was just that latest audacious effort to get his mug and moniker in the media spotlight. Even a man as arrogant and audacious as Avenatti could not possibly think of himself as a viable candidate or…

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A Bathroom Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand

In pondering the various controversies in America, I started to think about those public restrooms.  Why that issue would come to mind, God only knows.  But, I shall pursue it regardless. In this day of self-identification, multiple genders, transvestites, transsexuals and even ungendered people, it appears that the greatest social and political controversies center on those public facilities that were launched in merry ole England by Thomas Crapper, who euphemistically marketed his invention as the “Thom Crapper patented waterfall No. 1” — although it is also used for number two. …

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