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Tag Archives: United Nations
The United Nations appears to be attempting to shred the 1st Amendment to the US Constitution again. While many conservatives have decried this move, a columnist at Hello Giggles, a Time Inc. property, is applauding the move. That columnist is … Continue reading
US President Donald Trump says, “We’re not going into Syria,” as pundits across the land debate missile strikes aimed at ensuring Syria’s Asad regime doesn’t use chemical weapons in the future. Some Trump supporters decried the strikes while others applauded … Continue reading
Media and politicos are ranting about a temporary ban on a small number of Muslim-majority countries’ travel. What is forgotten is how we got to this point and President Barack Obama’s policies on certain international actors before Trump took office. … Continue reading
At present US media have collapsed in near-universal hysteria because President Donald Trump has temporarily suspended entry to our country from seven nations. Voice of America reported a suspension of refugee admissions for 120 days. The Trump policy, while not … Continue reading
Commentary by Kay B. Day If you actually read articles supporting the premise that carbon emissions will be the primary cause of anticipated global warming and ultimately climate change, you are looking out for your self-interest. President Barack Obama has … Continue reading
President Barack Obama’s rhetorical abilities are among his greatest assets as a politician. During his speech justifying his decision to selectively abandon enforcement of immigration law, the president relied on tried and true clichés—our “broken” system, people in the “shadows.” … Continue reading