Author: John Philip Sousa, IV

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Democrats Are the Real Racists

There once was a time when racism meant treating people of color badly.   Bad behavior, superior attitudes, unfair discrimination on the basis of ethnicity or color was racist, plain and simple. ...
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The Repulsive Policies and Tactics of the “Squad”

Over the weekend, Congressman Cummings, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, decided to weigh in on the recent fight between President Trump and the four women in Alexandr...
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The Cost, Crime, and Chaos of Open Borders

A recent poll from Harvard reveals that 79 percent of Americans think we need more secure borders, not less. And yet, none of the Democrats running for President have suggested a single idea to...
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Illegal Immigrants and the New (Stolen) American Dream

Let’s say I break into your home because, well, it’s nicer than mine. You’re asleep or otherwise occupied so I just relax, raid your fridge, and make myself at home. The next morning you come...
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Environmental Do-Gooderism Hurts Everyone (Including the Environment!)

Most good intentions are motivated more by personal self-interest than real regard.  That’s why it’s too seldom real consequences are considered before intentions are put into practice.  And once...
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The 4 Main Reasons Nothing Gets Done In Congress

1. FRAUD Congresswoman Veronica Escobar, who represents El Paso, Texas, recently sent members of her congressional staff south of the Mexican border to the City of Juarez. Their goal was to coach...
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Leftists Might Appreciate America More If They Left It (At Least For Awhile)

Early on the morning of July 5th my wife and I left the USA for a few days of much needed R&R on Grand Cayman Island: a British Colony. As we left, newspapers still carried the fallout over...
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How Can Democrats Believe Contradictory Ideas?

Social psychologist Leon Festinger developed the term “cognitive dissonance” to describe the discomfort one feels when holding two opposing ideas, values or beliefs at the same time. I’d suggest...
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I Believe in the Stars and Stripes Forever

I believe in the Stars and Stripes not because it’s the name of the sensational march that my great Grandfather wrote on a ship returning from Italy, and not because Ronald Reagan made that march...
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Running On a Platform of Supporting More Crime

In all my years as a political observer, I have yet to see a candidate run on a platform of support for more crime.  I’ve never heard a speech in which a candidate promises to make neighborhoods...
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Progressives Don’t Care if the Poor Get Poorer, So Long As They Gain Power

Progressive policies pretty much always result in the same thing:  the poor stay poor, the middle class gets poorer, and the rich stay rich — even if a little less so. It reminds me of something...
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Climate Lunacy

Al Gore predicted the planet’s demise within 10 years if we didn’t move immediately to deal with climate change.  That was 15 years ago.  We didn’t and it didn’t.  Still, I’ve avoided writing...
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The Tragic Cowardice of Joe Biden

Joe Biden gave a speech recently and said that rather than making America great again, he’d settle for just “making America, America again.” I can’t help but wonder which America Biden is talking...
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The Problem of Radicalized Muslims in American Politics

Andy Imtiaz is a Pakistani-American and a proud Muslim. Imtiaz is running for a seat in Florida’s state legislature. His party is Democrat and his politics are far left.  His feed is dominated...
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Will Censure Be Pelosi’s Face-Saving Ambush On Republicans?

I know a lot of people in Washington DC think Nancy Pelosi is underrated.  After all, she remains Speaker despite a decided lack of charisma and a far younger conference of Democrat members. But...
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In Persecuting Trump, Democrats Make the Case They Are Unacceptable

If you were running for President and you had a really great idea, wouldn’t you talk about it?  In fact, if that idea were popular with America’s voters, wouldn’t you shout it from the rooftops?...
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The High Cost of Free Stuff

We’re told every presidential election year, “This is the most important election ever.”  And, given the widening chasm between our two major political parties, that’s been true for each election...
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Democrat Primaries: And They’re Off….

I like horse races.  Maybe that’s why I like politics.  In a horse race, as in political campaigns, almost anything can happen. Remember 2008?  In the Democrat Primaries, Hillary was the...