Special Commentary
Paul Hayden
More and more, I run across people who are totally fed up with so many of the changes in our country and society that seem to be magnified during this pandemic shutdown.

Even psychology is having a very difficult time right now, especially when the definitions of "delusion" and a wide variety of delusions are not only being accepted as reality but are even being supported and defended by the political and legal system.

For instance, just because a man thinks he is a woman, everyone else is supposed to participate in his delusion, using the proper pronouns and language for his alternate thinking. But his thinking does not make him a woman. By the same token, if someone thinks they are a dog, that does not make them a dog, or a cow or a horse or whatever. Read more...
And actually it's the Dems' own idea...
Ric Wasley
Remember when Democrats created "Sanctuary cities" for those who want to break the law? Well, how about if we create Sanctuary cities from Democrats?

It seems that a fed-up Oregon mayor has done just that. Read more...
Jeff Crouere
Republicans and conservatives often rely on political "experts" who are expensive and ineffective. One example is the prominent Republican consultant who was hired to win the two Georgia U.S. Senate races in January. It is rumored that he had a $100 million budget at his disposal. Well, we all know how that turned out.

The Georgia experience should teach Republicans an important lesson - money is not everything.  It is important, sure, but it does not guarantee victory. Conversely, if you spend your funds with surgical precision sometimes you only need a little. In essence, how you direct your efforts can be more important than the size of your effort.  Read more...
Ed Delph
A minister told his congregation, "Next week, I plan to speak about the sin of lying. To help you understand my sermon, I want you all to read chapter 17 in the gospel of Mark.

The following Sunday, as he prepared to deliver his sermon, the minister asked for a show of hands. He wanted to know how many had read Mark 17. Almost every hand went up. The minister smiled and said, “Mark has only 16 chapters. I will now proceed with my sermon on the sin of lying.”  Read more...
Rev. Michael Bresciani
Bruce Jenner, who now thinks he is Caitlyn Jenner, was being lauded on the Fox and Friends morning news by Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade on Thursday, May 6, 2021.

Jenner was heralded as "fair-minded" because he wants to make sure that males are excluded from female sports, when and if he becomes Governor of California.

In a clip, he is shown saying that there is far too much hypocrisy found in California’s politics at present.  Read more...
Don Boys, PhD
I am yelling fire because fire is raging. Mixing metaphors, the storm is not coming - it’s already here. America’s financial house of cards will fall, taking other nations with her. Thoughtful conservatives must inform people of imminent danger because families will be disrupted, businesses will fail, couples will be divorced, and children will suffer immeasurably.  

The economy has faltered, is failing, and will fall.  Read more...
The Biden administrations aggressive social plans are a threat to America's stability and future generations.
Bob Pascarella
The original concept of social programs in the United States was to ensure that the welfare and basic needs are available to the people. These can be in the form of cash assistance, health care, assistance with acquiring food, and other subsidies such as energy, education, housing, and child care. Some of these programs do have eligibility requirements within certain parameters that must be met, along with restrictions.

President Franklin Roosevelt once said, “This generation has a rendezvous with destiny.” These words have a profound meaning today, for we are confronted with a power that has the capacity to alter our destiny in a way that I believe was never intended since the founding of this nation. And if we and our so-called leaders fail to deal with it head-on, America will pay a dear price, and her future generations will suffer serious consequences.  Read more...
The socialists want a dictatorship.
Bob McCray
In the past 246 years since the beginning of the American Revolution, our country has faced a major threat to its existence in almost every generation. Starting in 1775, the King of England decided that the colonies should pay for England’s wars with higher taxes. When the people in the colonies objected to the taxation without representation, the British soldiers clamped down and began searching for weapons of the rebellious colonials. People had to make a choice, submit to an authoritarian King or stand up and fight for their freedom.  Read more...