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Puerto Rico Truckers Union Refuses to Deliver Supplies

October 12, 2017, by Roland Manarin

The people of Puerto Rico still aren’t getting all the supplies – the food, water, medicine and fuel — they need right now. And the root of the problem isn’t what you think. According to Colonel Michael A. Valle (”Torch”), Commander, 101st Air and Space Operations Group, and Director of the Joint Air Component Coordination…

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This Viral Video Could Save America

October 4, 2017, by Roland Manarin

When Hurricane Harvey hit the golf coast, it became a shining example of “humanity being won.” Americans from all races, cultures and walks of life came together. They put aside their differences and found ways to help and heal each other. Globalists and the media are doing their best to minimize these actions and efforts….

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Reality Check

September 20, 2017, by Roland Manarin

Some people are saying Hurricane Irma was due to climate change. Really? The comic below, posted this week on the powerlineblog.com, says it all. Enjoy!

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Communist Rules for Revolution

September 15, 2017, by Roland Manarin

A friend forwarded me a newspaper clipping saved from Oct. 13, 1975 that listed a collection of “Communist Rules for Revolution.” The rules, obtained by the Allied Forces in May of 1919 in Dusseldorf, Germany, included the following instructions: “Corrupt the young, get them away from religion, get them interested in sex. Make them superficial…

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He Fights

September 7, 2017, by Roland Manarin

We’ve heard Leftist radicals and Trump dissenters talk about how our President’s Tweets and use of Twitter is “inappropriate” and “beneath the dignity of the office.” What they’re forgetting, or choosing not to remember, as Evan Sayer points out in a recent post on townhall.com, is that Right-thinking political leaders have been exhibiting dignity, statesmanship…

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The Real Problem is Government

August 29, 2017, by Roland Manarin

“What useful purpose does the U.S. government serve?” When author Doug Casey asks this in an article published on internationalman.com, he doesn’t mean for the question to be challenging or sarcastic. He simply asks it to make people think about it. “Most people accept the institution of government because it has always been there; they…

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