George Soros and Google Champion Government Control of the Internet

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Part of the President Donald Trump Reality Revolution – is undoing the President Barack Obama Anti-Reality Revolution. You remember, the Obama-promised “fundamental transformation” – that led to amazingly bad policies and terrible results.  Obama’s massive regulatory assaults on all things private sector – were an intended disaster for the private sector.  Obama is the first […]

The Media: Lemmings on Parade

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Rap metal band Rage Against the Machine is known for, amongst other things, playing nigh every show in front of a giant banner of Communist mass murderer Che Guevara.  This is no accident: “‘We’ve considered Che a fifth band member for a long time now,’ gushed (guitarist) Tom Morello, ‘for the simple reason that he […]

NY’s Over-Reaching, Micro-Managing Governor: From ‘Green Energy’ to…Charity Milk

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When politicians are over-reaching, micro-managing busybodies, they are over-reaching, micro-managing busybodies on…everything. Not a sparrow falls from the sky without a Leftist politician – who had been regulating its flight – imposing the death tax upon its grounded corpse. When government is so huge – nothing is too small to escape its attention.  It’s as […]

Uber-Left Google’s Major Move – Flooding the Right with Cash

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Google is almost inarguably the dominant company on the Left.  So ensconced are they in the highest of high Left political circles, they basically owned and operated the Barack Obama Administration. Google and the administration were an incestuous staff revolving door.  And Obama, Inc. was an eight-year Pez dispenser of Google-crony policies.  Whatever Google wanted […]

Things Global Trade Are, Slowly, Moving in a Less Government Direction

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When now-President Donald Trump first burst on to the political scene, one of the ways he made a name for himself was by ridiculing many of the trade deals the United States has spent the last several decades cutting. Trump pointed out that our trade agreements were far from “free.”  They were usually one-sided sell-outs […]