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By pwsadmin / January 9, 2024 / Comments Off on Cal Thomas

Biden’s continued cynical use of race for release 1/11/24 President Joe Biden is “down” with Black voters and I’m not speaking street slang. A new USA Today/Suffolk University Poll reveals one in five Black voters say they will support a third-party candidate instead of the president. That’s down substantially from the 92% of non-Hispanic Blacks…

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What A Choice!

By pwsadmin / January 8, 2024 / Comments Off on What A Choice!

For release: 01/09/24 The evil of two lessers By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency          Some voters in recent elections have complained about being forced to choose between “the lesser of two evils.” In the 2024 election it appears we are heading for a worse choice – the evil of two lessers.        Donald Trump…

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GAY OUT AS PRESIDENT BUT KEEPS SALARY

By pwsadmin / January 3, 2024 /

For release: 01/04/24 President Gay is a symptom not the cause By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency   The resignation of Harvard president Claudine Gay after “facing national backlash for her administration’s response to Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack and allegations of plagiarism in her scholarly work” does not solve the problem at America’s oldest college and…

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Merry Tifton

By pwsadmin / December 21, 2023 / Comments Off on Merry Tifton

For release: 12/19/23 A gift that will keep on giving By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency       Admit it. Unless you received a big-ticket item for Christmas last year – such as a car – you likely have forgotten what was under your tree.       Most gifts wear out, break, or are given or thrown…

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INFLUENCING A CHILD’S FUTURE

By pwsadmin / December 19, 2023 / Comments Off on INFLUENCING A CHILD’S FUTURE

For release: 12/19/23 A gift that will keep on giving By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency       Admit it. Unless you received a big-ticket item for Christmas last year – such as a car – you likely have forgotten what was under your tree.       Most gifts wear out, break, or are given or thrown…

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A CHRISTMAS INVESTMENT FOR THE FUTURE

By pwsadmin / December 15, 2023 / Comments Off on A CHRISTMAS INVESTMENT FOR THE FUTURE

For release: 12/19/23 A gift that will keep on giving By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency             Admit it. Unless you received a big-ticket item for Christmas last year – such as a car – you likely have forgotten what was under your tree.             Most gifts wear out, break, or are given or thrown…

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THEN AND NOW

By pwsadmin / December 14, 2023 / Comments Off on THEN AND NOW

CAL THOMAS For release: 12/28/23 Looking back, looking forward By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency             At the end of the year, we hear predictions about the future, many of which have been proven wrong – from the end of the world due to climate change, to the telephone is just a toy. (In 1876,…

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A Christmas Metaphor

By pwsadmin / December 13, 2023 / Comments Off on A Christmas Metaphor

CAL THOMAS For release: 12/21/23 Merry Tifton By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency             Some years ago, D. James Kennedy preached a Christmas sermon at his Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, that became his most requested message.             It was titled “Merry Tifton” and it was a metaphor based on a popular…

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ROOT CAUSES

By pwsadmin / December 12, 2023 / Comments Off on ROOT CAUSES

For release: 12/14/23 Root causes of lower learning By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency       We are constantly told how necessary it is to find the “root causes” of everything, from crime, to illegal immigration, to the wave of antisemitism spreading across many college campuses and in our streets.       Often, this call to examine…

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for release 12/12/23

By pwsadmin / December 12, 2023 /

Norman Lear and Me                                                           by Cal Thomas       Television producer Norman Lear, who died last week at age 101, probably could not get away today with what he put on the small screen in the 1970s, including “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons.” As Mel Brooks did in “The Producers,” Lear…

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