The Post & Email Extends Condolences to Great Britain

The Post & Email Extends Condolences to Great Britain

TERRORIST ATTACK KILLS 5, INJURES AT LEAST 40 by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 22, 2017) — A terrorist used a vehicle to kill and injure pedestrians on Westminster Bridge in London on Wednesday. The attacker was killed as a result of his actions.  A London police officer, Keith Palmer, was among the dead. “Life-changing” injuries were […]

Why Endless War?

Why Endless War?

AND LOSS OF INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS by Michael Gaddy, ©2015 (Oct. 28, 2015) — “No matter how paranoid or conspiracy minded you are, what the government is doing is worse than you imagine.”  ~William Blum Most Americans believe the Mainstream Media (MSM) is extremely biased and they would be correct in that assessment. The problem is: […]

The Intolerable Acts – July 2014

The Intolerable Acts – July 2014

“THE STROKE OF VENGEANCE” by James Still, ©2014 (Jul. 1, 2014) — Following the Boston Tea Party, Parliament passed several punitive acts.  The colonies referred to them as The Intolerable Acts.  The Boston Port Act, the first of these acts, closed Boston Harbor. Samuel Adams was asked to write the other colonies: “I am desired […]

Will the Real Tea Party Revolutionaries Please Stand Up?

WITH AN USURPER IN OFFICE, THE GOVERNMENT NO LONGER REPRESENTS THE PEOPLE by Jedi Pauly (Jul. 13, 2011) — Way back in Colonial times, our Colonial forefathers were subject to a non-representative monarchy form of government that made laws without the consent of the governed Colonials. That British Government in those times created a political […]

A Yardstick for Patriotism

“IT IS THE DUTY OF THE PEOPLE TO ASSERT THEIR FREEDOM” by Kelly Gneiting (Nov. 18, 2010) — Two words. Samuel Adams. What comes to mind? Put “a beer” on one end of the yardstick and “a patriot” on the other end. In 1765 an oppressive British Parliament imposed the Stamp Act on the 13 […]

We Have Come Full Circle

IN THE DEAD OF NIGHT, SENATE TAKES FIRST VOTE TO RETURN TO TYRANNY Editorial by KJ Kaufman (Dec. 21, 2009)  —  Many of us were taught that the American fight for Independence began as a fight of no taxation without representation as the Colonists were being taxed by King George III when the Colonists had […]