America needs a leader, not a messiah

For the last four years, a majority of the electorate seems to be confused as to whether it voted for a president or a god. There are […]

BizPac Review
Hollywood Remains Deaf, Dumb And Blind To The Crimes Of Communist And Muslim Regimes

By Norman Berdichevsky

Two of the most honestly gruesome films of barbaric atrocities in modern times ever made are the Russian film ‘The Chekist’ and the Polish film ‘Katyn’.

‘The Chekist’ was directed by Aleksandr Rogozhkin (1992 Cannes Film Festival Award) but hardly rated mention anywhere in the United States. The unbelievable atrocities of torture and mass execution seen in the film were all confirmed by factual articles in Pravda in 1921-22…

High court resuscitates Obamacare lawsuit

Questions over the constitutionality of provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — Obamacare — may still unresolved. A relatively unheralded lawsuit, Liberty University, et […]

Al Sharpton: GOP to blame for high black unemployment

Never a fan of Republicans, Al Sharpton may have gone to new extremes with made during his show on Friday. Now he’s blaming Republicans – and […]

Could Republicans compromise on compromise?

Wouldn’t it be nice for Republicans to turn the tables on President Obama and Democrats; to stand back, give them all they want in raising taxes, continued […]

Ben Bernanke and Barack Obama
Quantitative easing: The real financial ‘time bomb’

While Congress is busy arguing about taxation and spending — the nuts and bolts of fiscal policy — an even bigger problem in the realm of monetary […]

Harrington’s campaign against Wasserman Schultz fleeced small donors

Rank-and-file Republicans from all over the country wanted to get rid of Debbie Wasserman Schultz so badly, they were ripe for manipulation. And manipulated they were. The […]

PBC Commissioner Santamaria rightly dissed by fellow commissioners

Palm Beach County Commissioner Jess Santamaria is learning the hard way that the ability to get elected is a far cry from the ability to be viewed […]