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Why do people live in California? The weather is nice and so are the property taxes. Unlike a lot of blue states where property taxes make homeownership all but impossible for working-class and even middle-class families, California has the 16th lowest property taxes in the country. These low rates have allowed California …

Lizzie Dearden of the UK’s Independent thinks that if we all pretend that Islam is a religion of peace and never speak about its teachings calling for warfare against unbelievers and their subjugation under the rule of Islamic law, jihad activity will go away. For there are, in Dearden’s charmed …

President Trump installed an open sodomite as Director of National Intelligence this week. A Muslim, congresswoman that has engaged in adultery, incest, bigamy and apparent fraud and other crimes remains in office. A Google Cloud manager’s wife was found dead after he reported her missing on their Hawaii vacation, and …

This week, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after mounting sexual abuse claims and allegations of sexual misconduct by adults within the organization. Apparently, sexual abuse settlements have severely strained the BSA’s finances; this has been exacerbated by some states having recently passed laws that allow …

NOTE:  This commentary was originally written in 2002.  Please keep in mind this represents the political climate 18 years ago, but it is still relevant today. “It all depends on what the meaning of is, is.” With those words, then president of the United States Bill Clinton, crystallized to the …

Ours is an historically illiterate age – despite our technological advances. Just in time for Presidents’ Day 2020 (which honors George Washington) comes a new book and a three-part TV mini-series on the History Channel, which apparently questions many aspects of the moral character of Washington. The Daily Mail in the U.K. (Feb. …

“Every day in communities across the United States, children and adolescents spend the majority of their waking hours in schools that have increasingly come to resemble places of detention more than places of learning.”—Investigative journalist Annette Fuentes Just when you thought the government couldn’t get any more tone-deaf about civil liberties and …

Victor Porlier joins me for this episode of Dissecting the Times on Sons of Liberty Radio to discuss the aftermath of World War I, which includes Bolshevik Revolution, Weimar Germany, Roaring 20s, Breakup of the Ottoman Empire, British-French Middle East Mandates, Crash of 1929, and Mussolini/Hitler/FDR Come to Power. Previous …

There are a plethora of reasons why Michael Bloomberg shouldn’t be considered for the Democrat nomination to be president, but two stick out with significance: His wealth and the hint that he would restore the Clinton influence in American politics. The comedy show that is the field of candidates for …

Listening to the howls from Democrats and the applause from Republicans, one would think President Trump’s proposed fiscal year 2021 budget is a radical assault on the welfare state. The truth is the budget contains some minor spending cuts, most of which are not even real cuts. Instead, they are …