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“Palms”

By Cal Thomas / December 1, 2020 /

The dog, the fracture and the ‘palmists’ By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency Whenever president-elect Joe Biden makes a rare public appearance and is out of the immediate control of his team it increases my suspicions that he is not physically, and above all mentally, up to the job he is about to take over.…

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OH WORSHIP THE STATE

By Cal Thomas / November 30, 2020 /

Worship the state, or else By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency In totalitarian societies, governments suppress the church and religious worship. That’s because dictators believe citizens should worship them as the highest authority and not a Higher Authority, which they view as a threat to their power and position. In the United States, the threat…

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A Most Unusual Thanksgiving

By Cal Thomas / November 26, 2020 /

 A most unusual Thanksgiving I have loved song lyrics since briefly flirting in my teens and early 20s with a career in musical comedy, settling instead for journalism after a sobering assessment of my talents. Lyricists, from Jerome Kern, to Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, Frederick Loewe, Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerry…

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Thanksgiving 2020

By Cal Thomas / November 25, 2020 /

CAL THOMAS For release: 11/26/20 (NOTICE: For retransmission or other content delivery inquiries, please contact TCA Customer Service, 1-800-346-8798, tcacustomerservice@tronc.com.) A most unusual Thanksgiving By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency I have loved song lyrics since briefly flirting in my teens and early 20s with a career in musical comedy, settling instead for journalism after…

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Trump’s Case Unraveling

By Cal Thomas / November 23, 2020 /

The unraveling of Trump’s case By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency The Trump legal team’s move over the weekend to distance itself from attorney Sidney Powell as it seeks to overturn the November 3 election results is a major blow to the president’s attempt to win a second term. Powell, whose 2014 book, “Licensed to…

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Alito and Liberty

By Cal Thomas / November 18, 2020 /

Justice Alito and warning signs By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency Everywhere one looks there are warning signs, from labels on cigarette packs warning that smoking causes cancer, to ridiculous labels on thermometers that read, “Once used rectally, the thermometer should not be used orally.” Associate Justice Samuel Alito has delivered some serious warnings that…

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By Cal Thomas / November 17, 2020 /

Justice Alito and warning signs By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency Everywhere one looks there are warning signs, from labels on cigarette packs warning that smoking causes cancer, to ridiculous labels on thermometers that read, “Once used rectally, the thermometer should not be used orally.” Associate Justice Samuel Alito has delivered some serious warnings that…

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By Cal Thomas / November 16, 2020 /

Who needs faith advisers? By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency If I am deficient in my knowledge about chemistry, or a medical issue, or what kind of car to buy, I consult people who know more than I do on these subjects. When it comes to faith, though, I can handle that with a little…

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Christians and Politics (Again)

By Cal Thomas / November 10, 2020 /

Where should evangelicals go now? By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency Evangelical Christians have unquestionably been a loyal and largely unmovable base of support for President Trump since he has been in office and in some cases before. Should the election results not be overturned by recounts or court decisions, where do they go and…

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Still Divided Nation

By Cal Thomas / November 9, 2020 /

Bipolar America By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency If Joe Biden survives recounts and several lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign into what Trump says has been widespread vote-counting fraud (we await proof), do not expect him to be hounded over his and Hunter Biden’s business ties to China and Ukraine as President Trump has…

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