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Liz Cheney gets that richly deserved boot - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 Good riddance. More
Energy secretary Granholm just can't suppress her smiles over the gasoline shortages from the Colonial Pipeline shutdown - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 Inappropriate (and chilling, if you think about it) smiles. Too bad you don't drive an electric car, you reprobate. Neener, neener, neener. More
Border surge: Kamala Harris not doing too well on all those 'root causes' she's still looking for - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 Harris got "fact-checked" on her junk statistics by left-wing PolitiFact, of all places. More
Welcome Back, Carter? - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 Anyone want to party like it’s 1979? Okay, at least in 1979 we weren't locked down, masked up, and socially distanced. But other than that, there wasn't much to celebrate. More
The three faces of the Republican Party - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 The party seems to be suffering from what was once called multiple personality syndrome. More
Dislodging the Dems - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 The great question is whether the Democrat left ever can be dislodged even if the electorate turns against it, given the current administration's multifaceted furious attempts to institutionalize last November's electoral corruption. More
The indescribable child abuse of Biden's open border - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 The plight of five little girls reveals that parents and politicians are grotesquely using children. More
The problem when a comedy site goes from satire to predictions - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 As the leftists take us ever farther down the rabbit hole, humor becomes more difficult and tyranny easier. More
Is open war occurring in Israel? - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 And assuming that it is, how long is it going to last? More
The Supreme Court has taken up residence in the swamp - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 While the justices have been busy inventing new rights, they've been missing in action when it comes to actually defending those rights written in the Constitution.  More
At what point do adverse reactions matter? - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 The numbers in the government databases for adverse reactions from the COVID vaccine raise a lot of important questions. More
More Americans tell Uncle Sam: Show me the money! - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 Something is amiss in America's post-pandemic economic recovery. More
Watermelons and giraffes - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 As children, while we enjoy fantasy, we easily recognize reality. We've been trained as adults, though, to abandon that innate understanding. More
How the Biden administration enabled the latest huge cyber-attack - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 We can probably expect more Russian and Chinese hacks. More
Wednesday May 12 — in 1948 and in 2021: Observations concerning the Middle East - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 May 12 this year falls on a Wednesday — as it did in 1948, 73 years ago, when President Harry S. Truman called a meeting to address the situation in Palestine. More
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How the Left Plans To Put Boots on the Ground to Subdue Middle America Selwyn Duke Leftists dream of holding ad controlling all police power. More
Let’s demand a recount…of COVID deaths Thomas T. Siler, M.D. Looking back at a year of games with health data. More
What is causing COVID-19 deaths to spike in India? James Stansbury Until the CDC authorizes an early treatment protocol, we are on our own.   More
When Pundits Express Joy at Derek Chauvin's Conviction Peter Nichols "A kind of triumph," intoned Peggy Noonan. Whatever happened to due process? More
The Bias of Disney’s 'Woke' Job Training Jessica Marie Baumgartner There is no awakening in “wokeness.” It is all political. And it is made to divide us so we are more easily controlled.   More
Socialism Persists, But It Ain’t What It Used To Be A. Welderson Socialism has been a failure. But the left keeps finding ways to embrace it. More

American Thinker Blog

Liz Cheney gets that richly deserved boot - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 Good riddance. More
Energy secretary Granholm just can't suppress her smiles over the gasoline shortages from the Colonial Pipeline shutdown - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 Inappropriate (and chilling, if you think about it) smiles. Too bad you don't drive an electric car, you reprobate. Neener, neener, neener. More
Border surge: Kamala Harris not doing too well on all those 'root causes' she's still looking for - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 Harris got "fact-checked" on her junk statistics by left-wing PolitiFact, of all places. More
Welcome Back, Carter? - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 Anyone want to party like it’s 1979? Okay, at least in 1979 we weren't locked down, masked up, and socially distanced. But other than that, there wasn't much to celebrate. More
The three faces of the Republican Party - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 The party seems to be suffering from what was once called multiple personality syndrome. More
Dislodging the Dems - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 The great question is whether the Democrat left ever can be dislodged even if the electorate turns against it, given the current administration's multifaceted furious attempts to institutionalize last November's electoral corruption. More
The indescribable child abuse of Biden's open border - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 The plight of five little girls reveals that parents and politicians are grotesquely using children. More
The problem when a comedy site goes from satire to predictions - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 As the leftists take us ever farther down the rabbit hole, humor becomes more difficult and tyranny easier. More
Is open war occurring in Israel? - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 And assuming that it is, how long is it going to last? More
The Supreme Court has taken up residence in the swamp - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 While the justices have been busy inventing new rights, they've been missing in action when it comes to actually defending those rights written in the Constitution.  More
At what point do adverse reactions matter? - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 The numbers in the government databases for adverse reactions from the COVID vaccine raise a lot of important questions. More
More Americans tell Uncle Sam: Show me the money! - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 Something is amiss in America's post-pandemic economic recovery. More
Watermelons and giraffes - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 As children, while we enjoy fantasy, we easily recognize reality. We've been trained as adults, though, to abandon that innate understanding. More
How the Biden administration enabled the latest huge cyber-attack - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 We can probably expect more Russian and Chinese hacks. More
Wednesday May 12 — in 1948 and in 2021: Observations concerning the Middle East - 5/12/21 May 12, 2021 May 12 this year falls on a Wednesday — as it did in 1948, 73 years ago, when President Harry S. Truman called a meeting to address the situation in Palestine. More
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