For Whom Will I Vote?

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Opinion Column by Chuck Baldwin
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Let me just let everyone know right up front: I have not voted for a presidential candidate since I voted for Ron Paul in the primary election in 2012. If Darrell Castle, presidential nominee of the Constitution Party in 2016, had been on the ballot here in Montana, I would have voted for him.

And before anyone tries to put me on a guilt trip for not voting, they should know that I feel as good about myself when I don’t vote as when I do vote. I wholeheartedly agree with John Quincy Adams when he said, “Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.”

Sometimes a vote for principle requires a non-vote.

Donald Trump had four years to earn my vote in 2020, but all he did was confirm my decision to not vote for him in 2016.

It won’t do any good to review the myriad reasons I could never vote for Trump in good conscience.
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A Lifetime of Lies, Corruption and Malfeasance: Joe Biden

Read more on this subject: Politics: General Activism
Opinion Column by Frosty Wooldridge
President Harry Truman said, “You can’t get rich in politics unless you’re a crook.”  

After 47 years of lies, corruption and malfeasance, candidate for the presidency, Joe Biden continues to make a mockery of integrity, honesty and decency.  He lies so much, he can’t tell the truth from a lie, and he can’t cover them up.  He sniffs little girls’ hair and fondles them. You can see it on many YouTube videos. He can’t keep his hands-off young girls or women.  He’s still facing rape-attempt charges from one of his aides in Congress, Tara Reade in 1993. How many others didn’t speak up?

And the latest revelation: Biden secured a ‘job’ on a Ukrainian Oil Company board for $50,000.00 a month, when Hunter Biden wouldn’t know an oil well from an erector set.  The story broke in the New York Post, but Twitter and Facebook did their best to cover it up.

He owns three homes worth in excess of $5 mil
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Our Monster Civilization: Slicing and Dicing This Planet

Read more on this subject: Politics: General Activism
Opinion Column by Frosty Wooldridge
After having finished the 11-part series on “Will America Survive Another 100 Million Immigrants?”, a flood of emails poured into my computer.  

“Mr. Wooldridge,” one reader said. “Covid is Nature’s revenge. Humans cannot keep doing what they are doing and expect a picnic from Mother Nature.  Americans may be the most irresponsible people on the planet.  Our consumption rates cannot continue.”

Another email writer said, “Why would someone want to destroy America?  It’s the most successful country in the world.  It’s why over a billion people would migrate here in a nano-second if given the chance.”

Time Magazine’s Indian immigrant staff writer Fareed Zakaria said, “We need to rethink how we live.”  That’s pretty amazing coming from a guy whose country overwhelms Nature with 1.3 billion people on its way to 1.55 billion by 2050.  He
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Our Monster Civilization: Slicing and Dicing This Planet

Read more on this subject: Politics: General Activism
Opinion Column by Frosty Wooldridge
After having finished the 11-part series on “Will America Survive Another 100 Million Immigrants?”, a flood of emails poured into my computer.  

“Mr. Wooldridge,” one reader said. “Covid is Nature’s revenge. Humans cannot keep doing what they are doing and expect a picnic from Mother Nature.  Americans may be the most irresponsible people on the planet.  Our consumption rates cannot continue.”

Another email writer said, “Why would someone want to destroy America?  It’s the most successful country in the world.  It’s why over a billion people would migrate here in a nano-second if given the chance.”

Time Magazine’s Indian immigrant staff writer Fareed Zakaria said, “We need to rethink how we live.”  That’s pretty amazing coming from a guy whose country overwhelms Nature with 1.3 billion people on its way to 1.55 billion by 2050.  He
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SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: October 11, 2020 Edition

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Opinion Column by John Semmens
56% Better Off than Four Years Ago

A Gallup poll of registered voters found that 56% of respondents say they are better off than they were before Donald Trump was elected four years ago. Thirty-two percent say they are worse off and 12% say they are about the same. The 56% was lower than the 61% who said they were better off in February of this year, but still higher than the 45% recorded in 2012 when Barack Obama was reelected president.

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden dismissed these results, calling them “irrelevant. Virtually every poll taken over the last several months has shown me defeating Trump by a wide margin. That’s because as good as Trump’s policies have made voters feel, they know they will do better under a Biden-Harris administration. Because we will build back better. We will issue directives that shift resources from the wasteful private sector to the more socially beneficial uses identified by government experts.”

A report releas
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Another Phony Conservative Judge Nominated To The Supreme Court

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Opinion Column by Chuck Baldwin
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Evangelicals, conservatives and pro-lifers are dancing with glee over Donald Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to replace Ruth Bader Ginsberg on the U.S. Supreme Court. They shouldn’t be. Once again, conservatives are being conned.

I keep reminding people that SCOTUS has been dominated by Republican appointments since before the infamous Roe v Wade decision in 1973. We are talking a half-century.

Here is the breakdown of how justices voted on Roe back in 1973. The vote was 7 in support and 2 opposed. The list of the votes of the nine justices on the Supreme Court in the Roe v. Wade decision and who appointed them is as follows:

In support:

*Harry Blackmun (Richard M. Nixon, R)
*Warren Burger (Richard M. Nixon, R)
*William Douglas (Franklin D. Roosevelt, D)
*William Brennan Jr. (Dwight D. Eisenhower, R)
*Potter Stewart (Dwight D. Eisenhower, R)
*Thurgood Marshall (Lyndon Baines Johnson, D)
*Lewis
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Postscript to the Series: Will America Survive Another 100 Million Immigrants?

Read more on this subject: Politics: General Activism
Opinion Column by Frosty Wooldridge
Never have SO many E-mails dropped into my mailbox from readers not only in the USA, but all over the world.  It shows the reach of Freedoms Phoenix around the globe.  You might want to understand that the same immigration invasion dilemma occurs in Canada, Australia and Europe.  It’s unending and growing.

From a reader in Los Angeles:

I am a socially liberal moderate Dem and I have read your series with interest. Usually I am repelled by anti-immigrant rhetoric because so much of it is mean-spirited (“We don’t want those filthy animals”) or wrong (“They will never assimilate.”)  I thought you generally did a good job of avoiding that.  If you want liberals to take your ideas seriously (and I think you need liberals to start worrying about overpopulation), it’s good to avoid racist talk and go straight for the numbers in relation to the infrastructure.

I have lived in Los Angeles for over 30 years, and while
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SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: October 4, 2020 Edition

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Opinion Column by John Semmens
Biden Hires Tech Execs

The Biden campaign announced that it is hiring Facebook executive Jessica Hertz to join his transition team as general counsel in charge of ethical issues. This is the Campaign’s second “big tech” addition to the transition team. Earlier, Twitter’s Director of Public Policy, Carlos Monje, was hired to co-chair the transition team’s infrastructure policy committee.

A spokesperson for the Campaign called the hires “a natural consequence of both Twitter’s and Facebook’s anti-Trump policies. Rather than hew to an out-dated notion of impartiality, both of these highly influential information gatekeepers have actively identified content that lies outside the accepted progressive narrative of what is permissible. These companies’ contributions to the election of the Harris-Biden ticket deserves a reward. Moreover, taking control over what can and can’t be said will be an ongoing part of the transformation of the American
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THE COMING BREAK UP OF AMERICA: PART I

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Opinion Column by Frosty Wooldridge
America faces the most critical juncture in its 244-year history.  This entire BLM and Antifa anarchy must be stopped, or they will continue to be emboldened while our law enforcement and elected officials enable them to continue burning, looting and killing cops.  Indolent Americans sit on their Lazy Boy recliners wielding a remote while their country fractures before their eyes.  It’s been slow for the past 30 years, but it’s quickening in every sector of our country.

Have you noticed more and more people speaking different languages at the supermarket?  Schools?  Movies?  At your local bank?  Have you noticed radio stations and TV crackling with Spanish or other languages in our English-speaking America?  Have you seen more people disrespecting the singing of our national anthem?  Have you noticed our laws being broken such as red lights being run or people fleeing accident scenes where they were the cause?  Have you n
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Finally, A President Told Us The Truth–Sort Of

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Opinion Column by Chuck Baldwin
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It doesn’t matter who the president is, whether he’s Republican or Democrat, conservative or liberal: If his lips are moving, he is lying. On the whole, Washington politicians are the biggest liars in the universe. They lie so much that they have totally and thoroughly lost touch with any semblance of honesty. They care as much for truth as they care about the lives of the people they routinely destroy. That’s one reason why I never watch presidential debates. Watching liars attempt to out-lie each other just isn’t my cup of tea.

Once in a blue moon, however, a president will tell the truth. It doesn’t happen very often, and when it occurs, it’s usually a Freudian slip. But Donald Trump actually told the truth the other day. Hardly anyone paid any attention to it, of course. Most people nowadays have little interest in the truth. Regardless, Trump finally told the truth—sort of.

Here’s t
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