Border-based Reporter Triggered by Texas Rally Numbers

By George “El Conservador” Rodriguez, September 15, 2020 The mammoth success of the Laredo, TX Trump Train this past Saturday, Sept. 12, was questioned on Twitter by a Laredo Morning Times reporter who wondered aloud how many of the participants actually lived in Laredo. Strangely, his skepticism is similar to the ongoing narrative about the…

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Enter “Smirking” Sandmann

By Allan Wall, September 14, 2020 It’s back to school time on America’s college campuses even in the time of COVID. For college freshmen, among them my younger son, it’s a new experience. For Nicholas Sandmann, an 18-year-old freshman at Kentucky’s Transylvania University (not to be confused with Count Dracula’s Transylvania in eastern Europe) the…

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9/11/2001: Never Forget

By US INC Staff, September 11, 2020   Never forget who was responsible. Never forget the innocent victims. Never forget that these were the deadliest attacks perpetrated by terrorists on American soil. (Photo credit.)  

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Big Cities Are Becoming Obsolete

By Dave Gibson, September 9, 2020 Over the last few months, the riots, looting, and violence that has become, yet another “new normal,” may be dishing-out the final blow to the appeal of city life. When you combine the still, largely unabated crime with the COVID lock downs, working from home, and ‘virtual learning’ for…

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Retake Labor Day for American Workers

By Dave Gibson, September 4, 2020 States first began officially celebrating Labor Day in 1887, when Colorado, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Oregon passed legislation to celebrate the day. By the 1930s, all states, and the federal government adopted legislation making the first Monday in September to forever be known as Labor Day. For…

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