‘We Will Not Pay’ 

On the eve of the Revolution, tensions in Boston mount between the American patriots defending their rights and the royal governor in Massachusetts.

Of Rights and Laws 

It wasn’t just that the colonists believed they had a right to defend their property, their speech, and every other inherent right: they believed they had an obligation to defend them. 

Get Ready to Rumble With Big Business

Woke corporations aren’t our friends and we should stop acting like they are. If they want to play games with our rights, we should beat them like rented mules when it comes to their bottom line.

The Chamber of Swamp

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has cut loose any moorings with anything that might be interpreted as Main Street or conservative.

Amazon’s Big Taxpayer Heist

It’s not enough that Amazon has profited enormously from the COVID crisis. It now wants taxpayers to bailout the Postal Service so it can continue to rake in massive profits.

Impeachment Trial Redux

This unprecedented effort by the Democrats is about nothing more than trying to disqualify their political opposition.

Cheney’s Republican Party Is No More

Republicans are no longer interested in the drawn-out foreign wars and nation-building Cheney’s political patrimony would foist upon us. We are more interested in rebuilding our nation and economy.

Zuckerberg’s ‘Safe Election’ Con

Sometimes tyranny comes through the front door carrying guns. And sometimes it slips in through the back door under the guise of civic charities promising to “work to ensure safe elections.”

Time to Fight

A party is what people say it is and the people who say what it is run and win primaries, show up at conventions, and run for precinct chair. No more whining. Time for work.

Question Everything and Everyone

The only way we can actually get back to normal is if we all start questioning. Question these peoples’ goals, their backgrounds, their motives.