Month: February 2021

PERVERSION

By Cal Thomas / February 26, 2021 /

CAL THOMAS COMMENTARY MARCH 1, 2021          PEOPLE WHO READ MY NEWSPAPER COLUMNS, OR LISTEN TO THESE COMMENTARIES, KNOW HOW I LOVE DEFINITIONS. HERE FROM DICTIONARY.COM IS THE DEFINITION OF “PERVERSION”: “ANY OF VARIOUS MEANS OF OBTAINING SEXUAL GRATIFICATION THAT ARE GENERALLY REGARDED AS BEING ABNORMAL.”          I WONDER HOW LONG THAT DEFINITION WILL REMAIN…

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Cuomo’s “A Pig”

By Cal Thomas / February 25, 2021 /

CAL THOMAS COMMENTARY FEBRUARY 26, 2021          FRESH ON THE HEELS OF A SCANDAL INVOLVING NEW YORK GOVERNOR ANDREW CUOMO’S DECISION TO FORCE THOUSANDS OF ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH COVID-19 INTO NURSING HOMES WHERE THEY DIED AND INFECTED OTHERS, COMES ANOTHER SCANDAL.          LINDSEY BOYLAN, A LONGTIME STAFFER FOR CUOMO, HAS ACCUSED THE DEMOCRAT GOVERNOR OF…

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Tiger Woods and Celebrities

By Cal Thomas / February 24, 2021 /

CAL THOMAS COMMENTARY FEBRUARY 25, 2021          I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY TODAY ABOUT CELEBRITY AND OUR FIXATION ON FAMOUS PEOPLE. FROM THE KARDASHIANS, TO MEGHAN AND HARRY OUR CULTURE SEEMS TO WORSHIP CELEBRITIES, NO MATTER HOW THEY ATTAINED NOTORIETY. O.J. SIMPSON WAS A CELEBRITY, LESS FOR HIS FOOTBALL PROWESS THAN FOR HIS ALLEGED MURDER…

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Answering Biden’s Question

By Cal Thomas / February 23, 2021 /

What to cut? Plenty By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency President Biden has challenged those who oppose the Democrats’ $1.9 trillion bill disingenuously dubbed “COVID relief,” or the more deceitful “American Rescue Plan.” “What would they have me cut?” he asks. Challenge accepted. Even The Washington Post editorial board thinks the spending is too much…

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Don’t Trust Iran

By Cal Thomas / February 23, 2021 /

CAL THOMAS COMMENTARY FEBRUARY 24, 2021          THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION WANTS TO RE-JOIN THE IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL. INDEED, WE HAVE LEARNED FROM PRESS REPORTS THAT DURING THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION, MEMBERS OF THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION WERE SECRETLY TELLING IRAN’S MUSLIM LEADERS TO WAIT-OUT TRUMP AND THEY WOULD BE BACK AT THE BARGAINING TABLE. BUT WHAT IS…

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Rush Explained

By Cal Thomas / February 22, 2021 /

Rush explained By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency I wasn’t going to write a second column on the passing of Rush Limbaugh but given the reaction from hostile and snarky individuals — even from a few self-styled conservatives — explaining his influence is key to understanding him and more importantly the movement for which he…

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Trump at CPAC

By Cal Thomas / February 22, 2021 /

CAL THOMAS COMMENTARY FEBRUARY 23, 2021          FORMER PRESIDENT TRUMP HAS ACCEPTED AN INVITATION TO SPEAK AT CPAC NEXT SUNDAY IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA.          A GREAT OPENING LINE WOULD BE “DO YOU MISS ME YET?” WHAT FOLLOWS OUGHT TO BE MORE THAN HUMOR.          TRUMP SHOULD AVOID RETURNING TO THE WEEDS WITH FRAUDULENT ELECTION CLAIMS.…

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Preparing for Death

By Cal Thomas / February 19, 2021 /

CAL THOMAS COMMENTARY FEBRUARY 22, 2021       THE HEADLINE IN THE RELIGION SECTION OF THE WASHINGTON POST SAID THIS: “ASH WEDNESDAY RITUALS TWEAKED FOR CORONAVIRUS AS CHRISTIANS ARE REMINDED OF DEATH.”          SCRIPTURE SPEAKS OFTEN OF DEATH. WE SHOULD BE MORE FOCUSED ON WHAT HAPPENS AFTER DEATH. WHERE WILL WE SPEND ETERNITY AND HOW DO…

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MEMORIES OF RUSH

By Cal Thomas / February 18, 2021 /

CAL THOMAS COMMENTARY FEBRUARY 19, 2021          KIND, GENEROUS, FRIENDLY, AND THE BIGGEST ANTIDOTE TO LIBERALISM IN THE COUNTRY. I’M SPEAKING OF RUSH LIMBAUGH, A ONE-MAN VACCINATION AGAINST LIBERAL CRAZYNESS, WHO DIED OF LUNG CANCER WEDNESDAY AT 70.          I KNEW RUSH. HE INVITED US TO HIS WEDDING TO KATHRYN 10 YEARS AGO. HE WAS…

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Rush R.I.P.

By Cal Thomas / February 17, 2021 /

CAL THOMAS-bONUS For release: 02/17/21 (NOTICE: For retransmission or other content delivery inquiries, please contact TCA Customer Service, 1-800-346-8798, tcacustomerservice@tronc.com.) The Rush Limbaugh I knew By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency The man who picked me up at an airport too many years ago to recall the date asked if I had ever heard of…

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