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A Power Grab in Idaho? (Opinion)
On Election Day most people can easily pick between candidates because they’ve formed opinions about the people they’ve seen and/or met.  Ballot issues are another matter.
The Hillary & Lester Holt Debate Conspiracy (Opinion)
A woman once stopped me during a remote broadcast and told me we had met at her church some years before.  I expected a pleasant conversation when she blurted out, “I find you depressing!”  When I asked why she shared, it’s because I&CloseCurlyQu…
Media Again Rigs Debate for Democrat (Opinion)
Having just returned from a long weekend, I’m a little late with my debate analysis, but here we go.  Trump won the first-third.  I think he may have been told to avoid attacks to look more presidential.  The result may have been to keep him a little too cosseted and t…
Contrast Colin Kaeprnick & Heroes of 9-11 (Opinion)
The latest highly paid athlete to disrespect the flag and national anthem is a linebacker for the Denver Broncos.  This Sunday the Seattle Seahawks as a team may follow the example set weeks ago by malcontent Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers...
Germany & Idaho’s Muslim Enablers (Opinion)
The split between an arrogant elite and the people who do most of the working and dying in Western Civilization is now a chasm.  On Top Story today, I shared Peggy Noonan’s latest column.  The former Reagan speechwriter suggests the elites aren’t concerned a…
Obituary for the USA (Opinion)
Are we afraid to talk about serious threats to our futures?  Some years ago, I was broadcasting at a gun safe sale when a woman approached me and told me we had once met.  As she explained, I had visited her church and sat one row behind her...
Paul Ryan is a Cowardly Appeaser (Opinion)
I’ve spent the last week listening to Republicans wring their hands over Donald Trump.  Personally, I don’t believe he needs to issue any apologies to judges, Mexicans or Muslims.  If he says nothing more about the judge presiding over the Trump University c…
Donald Trump Courts Celtic America
What’s good for Wall Street isn’t always what’s good for the country.  I’m reminded today of the quote from Charles Wilson, CEO of General Motors, when in the early 1950s he was being vetted for the role of Secretary-of-Defense.&nb…
Migrants or Refugees the Third World is Coming for Dinner
You know it’s late in the game when the global elites have established a full court press.  Growing up in northern reaches of Appalachia most of the school gymnasiums dated from the Works Progress Administration.  These were tiny bandboxes where a player stepping out-of-bou…
Commentary: Radio’s Premature Obituary
Some months ago I came across this story about YouTube in the pages of the Wall Street Journal.  No question YouTube is a phenomenon and democratized media.  On average I probably watch YouTube a dozen times a day.  I’ve also been hearing for the last few years the vid…
Commentary: A War Cry From a Battered America
The economy is in a tailspin because the price of metallurgical coal has collapsed!  Huh?  Let me explain.  Former Reagan White House Budget Director David Stockman tracks these canaries in the mines.  Met coal has hit rock bottom price...

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