North Korea, Hollywood, and Bombs for the Holidays

North Korea threatens bombs for the holidays but Hollywood really delivers.

Hollywood progressives are not going to allow a small and backward Asian country to get all the attention with holiday bomb threats. While certainly the Trump/Kim Jong-un summits should create a buzz with Oscar-worthy performances, Hollywood continues to do more real damage by boring millions of Americans to death with yet another left-wing, political, “statement” movie, “Bombshell.”

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Impeachment Just Confirms Trump’s Leadership

Impeachment gives President Trump an inadvertent holiday present.

If there is one takeaway from the Capitol melodrama, it is the dearth (and death) of political leadership in America.

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Trump is Right to Shake Up NATO

While a do-nothing Congress is consumed with impeachment, Russia ups the pressure on NATO, European member countries create suicide pacts, Eurpean Commission cohesion erodes, and President Trump tries to put American steel into European spines.

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Progressives’ Campaign Strategy: Willful Ignorance

In this political year, younger white Americans, in the middle- and upper-middle income brackets, are targeted victims of willful ignorance. The question is why, as well as how, this year’s “progressive” political predators are conning them.

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Mike Bloomberg’s Heaven and Hell

Look, up in the sky! Is that a Bloomberg, soaring majestically across America, or a Hindenburg, doomed to a spectacular and expensive crash and burn?

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Democrats Fantasies will kill Health Care

A new study by the prestigious National Academy of Sciences may expose “Medicare for All” as the fraud it is.

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Progressives and America’s New Dark Ages in California

536 AD is often pointed to as the worst year in human history. A volcanic eruption in Iceland darkened the skies over Europe, triggered massive food shortages and the Black Death, and brought on the Dark Ages, an agonizing period for humanity.

But today’s hyperactive progressives in American politics will not let that record stand. They’re not going to give ground to some obscure volcano and people in thatched huts. Their policies aim to create an even better “New Dark Ages,” with full accompaniment of darkness, disease, food shortage and disaster.

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Trump’s Unimpeachable Foreign Policy

For the past couple of years we’ve heard a drumbeat that President Trump is an idiot and a traitor, alienating key allies and caving to the Russians. Former special counsel Robert Meuller put the lie to that.

For the past couple of months, we’ve heard that Trump has endangered America’s national security through his challenges to Iran, his telephone call to the president of Ukraine, and his partial withdrawal of troops from Syria.

For the past several days we’ve been treated to Adm. William McKraven writing that the “republic is under attack” because the president does not agree with his and Gen. James Mattis’s “leave no Kurd behind” strategy. We’ve also endured William Taylor’s rambling third-hand impressions about Trump’s interchanges with Ukraine, which probably explains why Trump didn’t operate through “official channels” (i.e., Taylor, a top diplomat at the U.S. embassy in Kiev).

With all due respect to these current and former officials: nonsense.

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Plant-Based Medical Care, Politics, and Public Policy

With the explosion of lifestyle-related medical conditions including obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer, some in the medical community are shifting their focus to evidence-based prevention and care, with recommendations for diet, exercise, supplements, detoxification, and stress management. Within this new paradigm, using food as medicine has become central to effective medical treatment.

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The strange case of ‘Dr. Trump’ and ‘Mr. Tweet’

In the fictional 1880s of novelist Robert Louis Stevenson, London was confronted with the strange case of the affable, capable Dr. Henry Jekyll, who periodically used a potion to transform himself into Mr. Hyde, a beast whose personality expressed the good doctor’s darkest instincts.

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