Who Killed George Floyd?

Special Report Who Killed George Floyd? Minnesota’s attorney general needs to pay attention to the available evidence, which in this case is incontrovertible. by George Parry August 6, 2020, 12:03 AM George Floyd mural in Minneapolis (Lorie Schaull/Wikimedia Commons) In the death of George Floyd, the State of Minnesota has charged former Minneapolis Police OfficerRead moreRead more

An Effective COVID Treatment the Media Continues to Besmirch

ANALYSIS . By Steven Hatfill August 04, 2020 (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool) On Friday, July 31, in a column ostensibly dealing with health care “misinformation,” Washington Post media critic Margaret Sullivan opened by lambasting “fringe doctors spouting dangerous falsehoods about hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 wonder cure.” Actually, it was Sullivan who was spouting dangerous falsehoods aboutRead moreRead more

Sweden: The One Chart That Matters

by Tyler Durden Tue, 07/28/2020 – 05:00 Authored by Mike Whitney, While the Covid-19 epidemic continues to drag on in the United States, it’s largely over in Sweden where fatalities have dropped to no more than 2 deaths per day for the last week. Sweden has been harshly criticized in the media for not imposingRead moreRead more

The Truth About Slavery

August 6, 2020 By Robert Wedge We are continually misled by progressive propaganda on the issue of race. Misinformation bleeds over to the conservative realm as well. The media, Hollywood, and academia are consumed with race, tribalism, and hatred for our Founding. The real agenda here is power, divide and conquer to pursue some ill-conceivedRead moreRead more

28 Million Mail-In Ballots Went Missing in Last Four Elections

. By Mark HemingwayApril 24, 2020 (Kareem Elgazzar/The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP) Between 2012 and 2018, 28.3 million mail-in ballots remain unaccounted for, according to data from the federal Election Assistance Commission. The missing ballots amount to nearly one in five of all absentee ballots and ballots mailed to voters residing in states that doRead moreRead more

Error and Fraud at Issue as Absentee Voting Rises

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — On the morning of the primary here in August, the local elections board met to decide which absentee ballots to count. It was not an easy job. The board tossed out some ballots because they arrived without the signature required on the outside of the return envelope. It rejected one that saidRead moreRead more

As States Consider Vote by Mail, Does Oregon’s System Stand Up to Scrutiny?

By Jeff Reynolds Jun 30, 2020 5:34 PM EST Oregon first approved its vote-by-mail-only (VBMO) system in 1998. Since then, while some have accused the system of widespread fraud, multiple secretaries of state have certified it as secure. So, how does Oregon’s VBMO system stand up to scrutiny? Can it serve as a model forRead moreRead more

Beware of Lyndon Baines Joe Biden

July 31, 2020 By Michael Bertolone Lyndon B. Johnson is one of several “accidental presidents.”  Accidental presidents are those vice presidents who become president only by some act of fate such as the natural death, assassination, or resignation of the president.  Unfortunately for the country, that came true for LBJ in Dallas after John F. Kennedy’s assassinationRead moreRead more

The Individual Versus the Collective

July 15, 2020 By Tim Jones Once you give the government the power to elevate one group over another, regardless of the reason, you are one step closer to dictatorship. This is why the left focuses only on the rights of the collective that’s always based on and enforced by the power of the state,Read moreRead more

The Curse of the Twenty-Year Crusade

July 10, 2020 By Robert Oscar Lopez On January 8, 1964, Lyndon Johnson delivered his first State of the Union address.  He chose to launch a massive crusade that was most likely far from most Americans’ minds: he declared war on poverty itself.  He opened the speech with these famous lines: Let this session of Congress beRead moreRead more