China Virus Shut Down – Makes 5G Wireless Internet Even More Important

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We have recently, repeatedly discussed how the China Virus freak out lockdown – has proven how important our Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are. ISPs are the companies that connect us to the Internet.  Since the Web’s privatization in the mid-1990s, they have invested well over $1 trillion in ever-building and ever-improving our networks’ performance and […]

Four Horrible Supreme Court Rulings: Egregious Examples of Awful Judicial Activism

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Last week we penned: Judicial Restraint: The Courts Must Reverse Previous Rulings When They’re Anti-Constitution: “Judicial activism is when judges and Justices issue rulings diametrically opposed to the Constitution and existing law – because they’d prefer their Leftist ideology be imposed instead. “These judges and Justices aren’t interpreting law – they’re writing law.  They should […]

Judicial Restraint: The Courts Must Reverse Previous Rulings When They’re Anti-Constitution

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Judicial activism is extraordinarily damaging to our nation. Judicial activism is when judges and Justices issue rulings diametrically opposed to the Constitution and existing law – because they’d prefer their Leftist ideology be imposed instead. These judges and Justices aren’t interpreting law – they’re writing law.  They should stop attempting to con us, take off […]

Bipartisanship Opportunity: Undoing Obama Policy – Is Excellent Policy

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Way back in January 2009, we said an enterprising Republican presidential aspirant should immediately announce his/her run. And say his/her ongoing, rolling platform would be “Undoing everything President Barack Obama is about to do.” God bless Donald Trump.  In 2009, he wasn’t within a million miles of a presidential run.  But run he did in […]