Earth Day’s Real Story

As many of you know in 2010 I penned a bestselling book, Climategate, that discussed Earth Day’s real story, but what follows is a nice summary. On this date in 1970, a trio of radical dreamers established the first Earth Day, an annual event designed to assault capitalism, free-markets and mankind. The initial concept was conceived…
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Feeling the real burn on tax day

Tax day.  If we simply didn’t have money deducted from our paychecks and received a bill in the mail today for all that we owed during the past year the people would not take it.  But instead, as our hard earned money is quietly siphoned from our earnings, we just put up with it. And,…
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My Disappointment and My Prayer

I’ve always voted one way: fiscally and socially conservative.  My political leanings were engrained in my youth via my dad; his father (my grandfather) fled Russia just as Lenin’s communist revolution began to take hold.  Dad taught me to hate communism. He always preached that the Democrats’ progressive tax policies were the first step towards…
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God, an Indian, and the First Thanksgiving

The following is a brief article penned by the late Charles Colson; he really did a wonderful job summarizing the miraculous backstory to America’s special Holiday. Most of us know the story of the first Thanksgiving—at least, we know the Pilgrim version. But how many of us know the Indian viewpoint? No, I’m not talking about…
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California Forcing Pro-Life Centers to Promote Abortion

Does the government have a right to tell a newspaper what to write, a preacher what to preach, and a private school what to teach?  Of course not.  But welcome to the state of California where it is now lawful for the government to force pro-life pregnancy centers to advertise and promote government abortion services…
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From Fish to Fools

This article will appear in the October edition of the Buffalo Gap (Texas) News Roundup Public speakers and comedians call it “the magic of threes.”  Three points tied neatly together make for a compelling speech; three perfectly timed one-liners that lead to a big laugh.  In this month’s column from the Left Coast we have…
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Did Obama set Hillary up for email trouble?

Did Obama set Hillary up for eventual trouble regarding her email server scandal? Hillary became the Secretary of State January 21, 2009 and began using her private server immediately–and everyone knew it. On December 29, 2009 Obama put forth Executive Order 13526, which governs the handling of classified information. The Order makes clear that any…
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Why Raising the Minimum Wage is a Bad Idea

On this Labor Day weekend I’m reminded of my first two jobs in radio and TV; both were minimum wage, entry-level positions.  I was attending the University of Missouri and was doing a Sunday overnight shift at KFRU radio and, on Monday and Friday evenings, working a few hours at the ABC-TV station, loading commercials…
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The Supreme Court’s Orwellian Decision

George Orwell called it, “newspeak.” That’s exactly what the Supreme Court employed today with it’s bizarre interpretation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. “Congress passed the Affordable Care Act to improve health insurance markets, not to destroy them,” Judge Roberts wrote in the majority opinion. “If at all possible,…
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Earth Day’s REAL History

“Earth Day has never been a celebration of the beauty and bounty of this awesome terrestrial ball.  It’s always been an assault on man.”–Brian Sussman On April 22, 1970, a trio of radical dreamers established the first Earth Day, an event designed to assault capitalism, free-markets and mankind. The initial concept was conceived by Senator…
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