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The United States Political Revolution

It is a revolution. There are no guns pointed at our heads. No armored tanks in the streets. But political revolutions are insidious that way. The revolutionaries who hope to overturn our government are out in...

A Thief Running for New York’s Suffolk County Executive?

Aside from this being an idiotic program on many levels with many unanswered questions, how much money has the Town of Babylon spent on this program vs. how much have they received in return since...

Nanny NY, Leading the Nation in Nannyism

  We want to give air conditioners to low income earners with serious medical conditions. I don't mean this sarcastically. Of course, we want to give to those in need, however, the organization in charge...

Why My IPad Is Traveling Here From China

Update and change of subject, but it's still about China: Here is the path my Apple iPad traveled to get to New York. Now, don't get me wrong, I think we should trade with...

Don’t Trust Reuters

Take a look at Reuters Politics section, Front Row Washington, where you can see Reuter's unmasked opinions with an occasional caveat that the "opinions expressed are his (columnists) own." Though subtle, you will find...

Glenn Beck & the Tea Party – Really, Really Unpopular

Glenn Beck has been replaced by a show called "Five," which includes Bob Beckel, Judge Napolitano, Andrea Tantaros, Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino and occasional substitutes. Last week, "Five," boring as it is, took the...

Art serves as a reflection of life while easing the pain of life

By Rebecca J. Barnabi  Art not only imitates life, art helps human beings to get through life. Theatre productions, music, movies and fine arts have frequently been influenced by the events of life going on around...

Are We Now a Country on Bended Knee?

Many have awoke and continue to wake from the hibernation of the past. The security and trust that had been placed and shared with their fellow Americans they have now come to find in...

Handing Over Iraq to Iran & Turkey

  Marissa Sullivan, the Deputy Director of the Institute for the Study of War, had a troubling article in the Wall Street Journal today, July 28th. When Obama entered office, he was given a winning hand...

Reduce the Government’s Pig Print

  What can we cut? What can we possibly cut? Can we cut the study of baboon feces, shrimp on treadmills, brown mice in San Fran, pygmy music in the Congo, museums in the Ukraine,...

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