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\r\n The class war has started. This time, the attack on Fort Sumter, so to speak, was in Wisconsin. Governor Walker just ripped away 50 years of union gains through good faith collective bargaining. Now, the recall campaign begins, and t…

Raging Moderate by Will Durst Best be vigilant for an inadvertent head butt as the eyes of the world recoil from that crazed leader, besieged in his own capital, defying reality while obstinately holding onto a tenuous power and attacking his citizenry through a conflicted security force. Of course, I’m talking about Wisconsin Gov. Scott […]

An 8.9 magnitude earthquake rocked Japan overnight, creating a 23-foot tsunami that swept through coastal areas in Northern Japan, killing hundreds of people. Whenever a natural disaster or tragic event occurs, cartoonists are there to weigh in and present a unique perspective, often saying more with one powerful image than all the words on a […]

\r\n The trouble with politicians like Mike Huckabee is that they are surrounded by toadies who tell them how right they are. Good politicians have someone in the organization who can tell them no and make the boss think. Huckabee doesn’t…

The threat of homegrown terror is real, as the terrorist attack at Fort Hood, Texas vividly illustrated.  Today the House Committee on Homeland Security, under the Chairmanship of Congressman Peter King (R-NY), held a critically important hearing on “The Extent of Radicalization in the American Muslim Community and that Community’s Response.” Predictably, the liberal media […]

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — A 30-mile zone around Phoenix is fast becoming the epicenter of spring baseball, with gorgeous landscape, ideal weather, numerous tourist services and, as of this year, 15 Major League teams all within a long fly ball of each other. More than a million and a half fans will pay for tickets this […]

Tyrades! By Danny Tyree As a person with Irish ancestors, I feel compelled to tip my hat to Saint Patrick’s Day. As a person with Irish ancestors, I also feel duty-bound to mix in a wee bit of blarney. Saint Patrick is famous for (a) bringing Christianity to pagan Ireland and (b) chasing the snakes […]

I listen to NPR almost exclusively when I’m working, mainly because the only stations I get on my radio in the studio are two NPR stations, a country music station and a religious station. NPR is the better of those choices. I agree that public radio leans to the left, not as far as some […]

Making Sense by Michael Reagan Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi is getting away with murder because the president of the United States refuses to take action when that’s exactly what is called for. Gadhafi is thumbing his nose at the alleged leader of the Free World, leaving the crazed dictator free to slaughter his own people […]

$3.70. That’s the average price of gas where I live in California. In fact, the statewide average price of unleaded regular is $3.91 a gallon, up 50 cents from the Feb. 8 AAA survey. And as long as that crazy dictator in Libya is hell bent on shooting his citizens instead of relinquishing power, I […]