A Clear-Eyed Understanding of the Opiod Crisis
Consultant, California State Board
April 25, 2023
11:30 - 1:30
We believe that the principles of our party should be based upon the precepts of the founders of the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights.Read More
They have done it again, and in a way that makes a flaming mockery of both honest market economics and the so-called rule of law.Read More
What else is the U.S. government using to monitor its citizens while mobilizing against domestic targets who have done nothing wrong?
By Richard Kelly
As Covid madness, or megalomaniacal plans, according to your world view, took over our lives, various authorities, and authoritarian tendencies in otherwise agreeable people, intruded into our daily activities. Working, shopping, moving around and even trying to mind one’s own business became an exercise in navigating seemingly arbitrary, pointless rules.
It all seemed wrong. It rankled. Injustice deserved to be exposed and defeated. Mistreatment at the hands of remote authority, like government, gave me a sense of united opposition that I now know I just imagined to be present in all of us.
A sense that the measures imposed on us were so evidently doomed to fail gave me, for a few weeks, a cocky assurance that the folly would soon be exposed and it would all go back to a true, not ‘new’ normal. But that assurance soon ebbed away.
Conventional protest in the form of letters to editors, MPs, think tanks and magazines was a pathetic, but necessary, ritual to observe. As expected, responses were dismissive if they came at all, and more often than not there was not even a response. What was wholly unexpected was the level of apathy and acceptance of the situation by those around me.
The Manic Methods of Mad Democrats
We are faced with a revolutionary party well known from history that aims to change the nation into something unrecognizable by most Americans—and it feels that it has created the means to do it.
By Victor Davis Hansen
For all Joe Biden’s talk about “semi-fascist” and “un-American,” “ultra-MAGA” Republicans, it is the Democratic Party that has far more radically changed. It is descended into a woke, neo-socialist, radically green party. And it is committed, as Barack Obama once promised, to fundamentally transforming America. How it proceeds with that agenda is now as entirely predictable as it is creepy.
Before any presidential or midterm election, strict news suppression ensures that all bad news will follow, not precede, the voting. The Twitter files, Project Veritas ambush interviews, the Podesta emails, and occasional left-wing braggadocio like Molly Ball’s now infamous post-2020 election revelations in Time magazine, confirm the fusion between the media and the Democratic Party.
To the degree there is any independent journalistic inquiry about Biden—such as we are only now seeing with Biden’s security violations—it is likely only because the party wants the 80-year-old enfeebled Biden out of office.