Trump Recaps National Security Meeting

Trump Recaps National Security Meeting

“NOBODY IS GOING TO BE THREATENING US” by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 10, 2017) — At 4:36 p.m. EDT on Thursday, Fox News broadcast a statement from President Donald Trump about a meeting of his national security advisers about recent events in Venezuela, North Korea and other matters. After making brief remarks, Trump took questions from […]

Public/Private Partnerships: Government-Sanctioned Monopolies

Public/Private Partnerships: Government-Sanctioned Monopolies

“ALL FOR THE COMMON GOOD” by Tom DeWeese, American Policy Center, ©2017 (Jan. 31, 2017) — President Trump is calling for a major new investment for rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure of highways, bridges and more. There is no question that it needs to be done. However, it’s vitally important that local, state and federal government […]

Home Depot Employee is not Great in U.S. History

Home Depot Employee is not Great in U.S. History

“WORTHY OF OUR COUNTRY” by Jeff Crouere, ©2016, writing and broadcasting at Ringside Politics (May 20, 2016) — It is sad that so many of our young people today are clueless about our country’s distinguished history. In a troubling story this week that generated national headlines, a 22-year-old Home Depot employee, Krystal Lake of Staten […]

What Would Life Be Like Without Toilet Paper?

What Would Life Be Like Without Toilet Paper?

FROM “IN DEFENSE OF RURAL AMERICA” by Ron Ewart, ©2016, President, NARLO (Mar. 27, 2016) — Forgive us for entering into a subject that is best left in the bathroom, but without certain items of biological comfort we could be sent back to the dark days of outhouses and Sears catalogues.  With the insanity that is radical […]

The Great Sucking Siphon of America’s Wealth!

The Great Sucking Siphon of America’s Wealth!

“IN DEFENSE OF RURAL AMERICA” by Ron Ewart, ©2013 (Dec. 1, 2013) — “It is an inescapable fact that there will always be the rich among us and there will always be the poor among us.   Sometimes the rich will make a wrong decision, lose their wealth and join the poor.  Sometimes the poor will break […]

Tapping Natural Resources to Address Maryland’s Economic Problems

WE SHOULD DEVELOP PREVIOUSLY UNAVAILABLE ENERGY RESOURCES TO GENERATE JOBS, REVENUES by Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr. (Oct. 19, 2011) — Maryland’s 7.2% unemployment rate is below the national average, but still too high. Budget shortfalls next year could reach $700 million or more, the Maryland Budget and Tax Policy Institute warns. Many of our cities […]