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  • Ozzie Knezovich
    Constitutionalists to protest 'militarization' of Spokane County Sheriff's Dept.
    On Saturday, Spokane-area Constitutionalists and those opposed to what they see as the militarization of the Spokane County Sheriff's Department, are set to make their voices heard at the Spokane Valley Police Department facility at 12710 E....
  • President Obama recognizes insanity
    It’s time for a change
    It was Albert Einstein who said in his much quoted statement, “One sign of insanity is to do the same thing over and over again and expect different results.” The US Cuba relationship over the past 50 years is the foreign policy...
  • Federal agency electrical blackout puts spotlight on Sen. Harry Reid
    Federal agency electrical blackout puts spotlight on Sen. Harry Reid
    On Monday, December 15, 2014, the State Department suffered a power outage from a construction accident. A blown transformer also blacked out the Office of Personnel Management, the Federal Reserve, the General Services Administration, the Labor...
  • Friend
    Nietzsche on love, hatred, socialism and Christianity, part 3
    Despite what has been said of Nietzsche's critique of how compassion is understood in the philosophies of Rousseau, Schopenhauer, socialists and Christians, Nietzsche has a complicated relationship with these concepts.While Nietzsche's...
  • Our president and his lady.
    President Obama, Beyond the Blockade.
    What if? What if there was no premeditated, highly promoted, and I personally think treasonous, blockade by GOP leaders, to this very popular, and action minded president? What if? Can you imagine how far as a nation we could have gone for a...
  • Hands Up! Don't Shoot!
    American Fascism
    We now know from where the destruction of freedom and democracy in America will come. And it is, ironically enough, from those specifically charged serving and protecting our country and its people.The police.It hasn’t been a great few...
  • Congress holiday
    Christmas Entitlement
    Starting back in 1885, the government declared Christmas a holiday. Now public schools get a long break, Congress an even longer one, the President of the United States celebrates by taking 17 days off in Hawaii. It has become expected by everyone...
  • Protesting for a livable wage
    2015 federal budget process reveals how inequality is baked into the system
    Inequality - the great and growing gap between The Haves and The Have Nots - is at the heart of the protests triggered by police and justice system's actions/nonactions in Ferguson and New York City, prompting 50,000 taking to the streets in...
  • Russia's President Vladimir Putin
    Putin defiant as Russia's economy teeters
    The old conventional wisdom was that Russia was on the march to reestablish the Soviet Empire. Under Vladimir Putin, a man with a great many issues, the Russians were gobbling up parts of the Ukraine. The Baltic States would be next, then Poland,...
  • Hrc
    Democrat front runner H.R.C. still haunted by 'Hillarycare'
    As reported by NBC News on Dec. 16, 2014, Hillary Clinton still bears the title as the presumptive front runner for the Democratic Party's hopes of keeping the White House in 2016. Yet Republicans aren't done reminding the nation that...
  • Rohrabacher asks pro-ISIS Turkey to stop arresting newsmen, political activists
    Rohrabacher asks pro-ISIS Turkey to stop arresting newsmen, political activists
    WASHINGTON DC: Is Turkey like Pakistan playing a double game with the world? In spite of being a NATO member, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan recently made sweeping arrests of journalists and political critics, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher,...
  • Obama and Michelle
    New polls show voters want Obama and Congress to work together
    Two new polls show that voters do not want the governmental gridlock to continue next year. The most recent poll, released on December 17 by Rasmussen, shows that an overwhelming majority of voters think that President Obama and Congress should...
  • Rubio vs. Obama, Cuba edition
    Rubio vs. Obama, Cuba edition
    In his op-ed, which is titled A victory for oppression, Sen. Marco Rubio made a powerful case for why President Obama shouldn't normalize relations with Cuba:Since the U.S. severed diplomatic relations in 1961, the Castro family has controlled...
  • Columbia Pictures premieres "The Interview" in Los Angeles on December 11, 2014.
    American movie taken hostage by hackers
    Sony Pictures Entertainment on Wednesday canceled the Christmas Day release of “The Interview,” giving in to threats from hackers who U.S. intelligence officials have concluded were working for North Korea.Guardians of Peace, the group...
  • Obama lifts embargo on Cuba creating large rift with some DC lawmakers
    Obama lifts embargo on Cuba creating large rift with some DC lawmakers
    President Obama may have set a new pace for diplomatic and cultural relations with Cuba, but many lawmakers in Washington aren’t buying it. Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio lambasted President Barack Obama as the "worst negotiator...