John F. McManus
Washington watchers have suggested that the neocons are likely to increase their numbers as a result of newly elected Republican senators.
Michael Brown died on August 9. But aborting babies, a large number of whom are black, continues in the state where he lived, and the silence about their passing deserves mention.
Until the 1950-1953 conflict in Korea (still not completely settled), the U.S. had never lost a war. Now, with UN oversight, wars aren’t won.
On ObamaCare, as well as on other issues, President Obama has confirmed that he is loose with the truth.
If a conservative, or even a mere Republican, had made the statements Professor Jonathan Gruber freely delivered at a policy forum a year ago, he or she would have been repudiated by the mass media, shunned by colleagues, and sent out to some pasture.
Auditing the Federal Reverse would be a good place to start. If the full truth about the Fed were known, public sentiment aimed at having it abolished would mushroom.
There’s a very welcome result of the 2014 elections. Simply stated, the pollsters were wrong and many of them have been discredited. In case after case, and in widely scattered parts of the nation, what the pollsters predicted was far from what the voters decided.
For many years, U.S. leaders have been transferring our nation’s independence to the United Nations. Their goal, and certainly the goal of the UN’s founders and current leaders, is a world government dominating the planet.
America is condemned for being capitalist and greedy but half the population is subsidized — and the subsidized segment of the population believes they are victims and denied basic rights.
In just a few years, the nation has gone from a strict view of traditional marriage to open season on its actual meaning.