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Why Left And Right Differ In Europe

By Norman Berdichevsky

This tradition faulting the Left persists in many languages such as Latin (sinistra), from which we derive ‘sinister’ indicating evil, dangerous, mistrusted, suspicious although originally meaning simply “Left”.

The French word for “left” is gauche, which in English means “awkward” or “tactless.” The English word left comes from Old English meaning “weak.”

Move to ban online ammo sales just cheap political theater

Last week, I argued that the worst time to debate any gun control issue was in the wake of a massacre. I guess I didn’t say it […]

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Brett Doster slams Carl Domino

It looks like the House District 82 race is heating up. Brett Doster just released the following statement on behalf of MaryLynn Magar: Carl Domino has chosen an […]

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