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  • My giant-slaying week fighting for real justice

    In the lead-in to my weekly show, "Special Prosecutor with Larry Klayman," on Radio America, which is now carried on about 55 stations and growing quickly throughout the country, on podcast and which also can be found on Freedom Watch's YouTube channel (see www.freedomwatchusa.org for local listings and podcast), I…

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  • Want business 'certainty'? Get out of China

    Big business wanted certainty. President Trump just gave it to them: China is no place to do business. Get out now. To those who've been saying we need to make a deal, any deal, with China to restore certainty, the president made certain this administration will not surrender to China's…

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  • On raping cows and feminist idiocy

    Once again, a “scientific” paper has been published from a university academic containing questionable conclusions. But this one caught the attention of the excellent news outlet Campus Reform and spread from there. As a result, the paper received widespread mockery and general derision from one end of the nation to…

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  • Epstein's death: A conspiracy theorist's dream

    In the detective boardgame “Clue,” players advance through a mansion, trying to solve a murder mystery. It involves strategy, reasoning and thinking – much like the real-life drama playing out over convicted pedophile millionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s death. The mysterious circumstances of his demise on Saturday, Aug. 10, in a high-security…

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  • How the 'Squad' actually benefits America

    Many on the right and left wish to see "The Squad" just go away. They're hoping that these radicals – Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar and Ayanna Pressley – are all defeated in the next election. But I tend to agree with President Trump. Give them a soap…

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  • The exhausting, ridiculous cries of 'racist!'

    Note: Dr. Singleton is a member of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, AAPS. Now that the Russia collusion story has lost its glow, the left's narrative du jour is that anyone expressing a contrary opinion is a racist. It is so exhausting! What is a racist, anyway? A…

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  • Is 2020 presidential campaign even necessary?

    At first I was going to say that the 2020 campaign is entirely unnecessary, period. Trump supporters already know that the president will be reelected in a landslide even larger than Reagan's win against Mondale. And Trump haters know with the same sense of certainty that almost no one will…

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  • Trump: Good actions, cringeworthy words

    I have finally managed to reduce my evaluation of President Trump to one short sound bite: What he does is often praiseworthy; what he is says is often cringeworthy. Nowhere is this more evident than in the president's dealings with Israel and the Jewish people. What he has done for…

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  • Is there a future for 'the hopeless generation'?

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide is now the second-leading cause of death for Americans between the ages of 10 and 34. And since 2000, the suicide rate has nearly tripled for young teen girls. America's youth are dealing with depression. They're dealing with anxiety. And…

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  • Rift between Dems & Israel is delicious … for Deplorables

    "A toxic rift opens between Democrats and Israel," blared a Washington Post headline. This, "after the nation refused entry to two members of Congress." The two members are Reps. Rashida Tlaib, Democrat from Michigan, and Ilhan Omar, Democrat from Minnesota. And the "rift" is toxic only to Democrats – and…

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  • How 'bout 'National Family Month'? Ideas for 2020

    During June’s LGBT Pride Month, we were schooled on being more understanding, tolerant, fair and inclusive in our increasingly diverse society. We will have another go at it in October during LGBTQ History Month. In April we will celebrate Earth Day’s 50th anniversary, but I’ll wager we won’t be waiting…

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  • Why Obama dropped Biden

    One of the more poignant moments of Barack Obama’s presidency came at the very end, in January 2017, just days before he left the White House. He awarded Vice President Joe Biden the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Obama spoke at great length about their personal friendship and praised Biden’s leadership.…

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  • Dems' front-runner: Fumbling faux pas factory

    What could better illustrate the floundering chaos of the Democratic Party than a new national poll showing Joe Biden as the clear front-runner? The party’s got nothing else besides this fumbling faux pas factory. You know the base doesn’t want Biden, yet he’s leading the party’s polls. Sen. Kamala Harris…

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  • Greenland: Trump's MAGA idea!

    To those of us of who learned our U.S. history from texts in the 1940s and '50s, President Donald Trump's brainstorm of acquiring Greenland fits into a venerable tradition of American expansionism. The story begins with colonial officer George Washington's march out toward Fort Duquesne in 1754 and crushing defeat…

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  • How much for Greenland?

    Donald Trump had a question for the prime minister of Denmark. "How much do you want for Greenland?" he asked Mette Fredericksen. He didn't have a trace of embarrassment about publicly asking her the question, nor was he embarrassed about canceling his trip when he got her negative response. "Denmark…

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  • New 'must read' book about Trump has 1 needless flaw

    I have long had a soft spot for the National Review’s Andy McCarthy, the author of the must-read new book “Ball of Collusion.” In September 2008, when I introduced on these pages my thesis that Bill Ayers played a major role in the writing of Barack Obama’s memoir, “Dreams from…

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  • The left stokes racist flames, demonizes millions

    It is instructive and even unnerving to watch the left do its dirty work of demonization. It starts with a narrative constructed on false accusations and misleading innuendos. Then the narrative is repeated enough until it becomes accepted truth. Finally, wider conclusions are drawn from it, casting ugly aspersions on…

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  • Poor pitiful Planned Parenthood

    Poor pitiful Planned Parenthood. A new rule on Title X funding, a program designed to provide health services to low-income people, went into effect Monday, courtesy of the 9th Circuit U.S. Court Appeals – the most liberal appeals court in the nation. Therefore, the nation's behemoth abortion provider will fall…

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  • My Instagram growth suddenly stopped

    My radio colleague Dennis Prager heads a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization called Prager University. It shares five-minute educational videos from a conservative perspective. There have been over 2 billion views. No sex. No profanity. No chase scenes. But YouTube has placed restrictions on over 100 videos, including videos on the…

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  • Life imitates art with our elite class of perverts

    There’s a recurring theme in most of the films and TV shows that have been produced over the last decade or so which include futuristic dystopian settings. In such offerings, you typically have a very small, elitist faction that controls everything, and a massive oppressed class that supports the elites…

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  • Why the New York Times is unreformable and must die

    Even before The New York Times launched its “All Slavery, All the Time” project, no one could accuse that paper of skimping on its race coverage, particularly stories about black males killed by white(ish) police officers. Here’s one you haven’t heard about. I happened upon it by sheer accident. Antwon…

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  • #FactsFirst? CNN’s chyron writers help guide viewers on how to feel about Donald Trump’s remarks today [screenshot]

    Donald Trump is seriously the best thing to happen to CNN. Without him, the chyron writers at CNN would have to settle for straight-news-type stuff. They wouldn’t get to pull this: CNN chyron just now. pic.twitter.com/l9zdIuXJXR — Caleb Howe (@CalebHowe) August 21, 2019 Salty! How come CNN’s graphics department didn’t…

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