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All This For Possibly No Vaccine That Works?

By Cal Thomas / May 12, 2020 /

Opening up America By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency The choice before us seems to be no choice at all: stay inside and have no human contact with another soul, keep businesses closed, denying a livelihood to millions, or step outside and risk death. Though I believe the risk is small when comparing the number…

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Michael Flynn

By Cal Thomas / May 11, 2020 /

Michael Flynn’s exoneration By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency For three years former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was put through a legal and financial wringer by top officials within the FBI, including its then-director James Comey. The FBI investigation threatened to destroy Flynn’s career, finances and life, as, according to the New York Post,…

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CHINA: THE REAL THREAT IS MORE THAN COVID-19

By pwsadmin / May 5, 2020 /

COVID-19 not the only threat from China By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency The destruction of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the subsequent demise of the Soviet Union two years later lulled the West into a false sense of security. Many appeared to believe that an age of unending peace and prosperity had been…

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BIDEN’S TWO PROBLEMS

By Cal Thomas / May 4, 2020 /

The two faces of Joe Biden By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency Even if the sexual assault allegations by former Joe Biden staff member Tara Reade turn out to be false there are still problems the former vice president faces. The first and most important of these is whether he can win his party’s nomination.…

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Government and the Individual

By Cal Thomas / April 29, 2020 /

Once upon a time in another America By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency The Wall Street Journal, which is generally considered conservative when it comes to economic issues, published a front-page story last Monday with this headline: “Coronavirus Means the Era of Big Government Is Back.” Rahm Emanuel, former chief of staff for President Obama…

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1930-’45 and Now

By Cal Thomas / April 27, 2020 /

Then and now By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency Getting my parents and grandparents to talk about their experiences during the Great Depression and World War II was always difficult. They lived in the pre-Dr. Phil generation before people went public with their deepest thoughts. I have been thinking how they might have responded to…

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Choo-Choo Media

By Cal Thomas / April 21, 2020 /

The Acela media By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis has coined a new phrase: “the Acela media.” His reference was to the high-speed AMTRAK train that travels between Washington, D.C., and Boston. DeSantis was indirectly criticizing the major media that have headquarters along that corridor, media that largely decides what…

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To the Streets!

By Cal Thomas / April 20, 2020 /

Liberate America By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency “…the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” (from the First Amendment) Conservatives are mostly a passive lot, expressing their frustrations and anger over ideas they oppose by listening to or watching Fox News, talk radio, or…

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Obama and Biden

By Cal Thomas / April 15, 2020 /

Obama (finally) endorses Biden By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency It isn’t like Joe Biden was former President Barack Obama’s first choice for president. Obama’s video endorsement of Biden on Tuesday came after every other candidate had pulled out. He even waited for Bernie Sanders to suspend his campaign to endorse Biden. The “moderate” Obama…

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VIRUS SIDE EFFECT: HOME SCHOOLING

By Cal Thomas / April 13, 2020 /

A virus ‘side effect’: Homeschooling By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced public schools will be closed for the rest of the academic year due to the coronavirus. More mayors and governors will likely make similar announcements, if they have not already done so. Rather than look…

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