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Farmer Charged With Plowing His Own Field Reaches Settlement

Posted: August 19, 2017 at 1:48 pm   /   Business, Features, National, Politics, Top Stories, Videos, Western Free Radio

John Duarte wanted to challenge the federal government’s twisted implementation of the Clean Water Act, but that action could have put him out of business. Featured:  John Duarte, president of Duarte Nursery News Music Credit: lavelman, Steve Eastman also blogs at

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Why Opt Out of Smart Meters?

Posted: August 12, 2017 at 6:55 pm   /   Business, Features, National, Politics, Top Stories, Videos, Western Free Radio, World

A few weeks ago I received a post card from my electric company, Duke Energy, announcing a meter upgrade was coming soon — a Smart Meter.  As far as I’m concerned, the device is no more than a modern form of the Trojan Horse. News Music credit: lavelman, Steve Eastman also blogs at

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Workplace Freedom Missing on July 4th

Posted: June 30, 2017 at 5:58 am   /   Business, Politics, Top Stories

On the Fourth of July, Americans will celebrate our country’s birthday with beachside barbecues and firework fiestas. Independence Day commemorates our freedom from a tyrannical monarchy thousands of miles away. But, more than 240 years since the signing of the Declaration of Independence, a different tyranny besieges our democracy. In union America, employees are often left […]

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MOORE: Fast Growth, and Lots of It, Is Right Around the Corner

Posted: June 20, 2017 at 7:00 am   /   Business, Features, National, Politics, Top Stories

Every day, legions of economists dismiss Donald Trump’s economic agenda and forecast of 3 percent growth as a wild-eyed fantasy. The consensus is that the economy “can’t possibly grow at 3 percent,” according to The Wall Street Journal. “Slow growth is the new norm, so get used to it,” wrote Rucir Sharma, chief global strategist […]

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Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio Discusses Waste, Nepotism, and ‘GoodGraft’

Posted: June 15, 2017 at 9:00 am   /   Arizona, Business, Features, Local, Politics, Top Stories

The City of Phoenix Matrix, A “Good Graft” Scheme Warning! Warning! You have entered the City of Phoenix government matrix! In recent months, I have been conducting research on the City of Phoenix public school revenue tax funding when I realized a growing system of different projects had failed to generate revenue. There were key […]

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Union Elites Throw Stones from Glass Houses

Posted: May 24, 2017 at 4:49 am   /   Business, Politics

When the AFL-CIO, America’s largest federation of labor unions, recently released its Executive Paywatch report, the goal was to expose the country’s “greedy CEOs.” The report alleges that the average chief executive officer of a S&P 500 firm earned $13.1 million in total compensation in 2016, while the typical U.S. worker made only $37,632. According […]

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The Culture Current: The Campaign To Save “Last Man Standing”

Posted: May 19, 2017 at 10:44 am   /   Business, Entertainment, Features, Politics, Sections, Top Stories

By now, this story’s been all over Conservative media.  To be perfectly honest, I was sort of waiting for ABC to give a reason for this—for why they cancelled their second-highest-rated show, the Tim Allen star vehicle, Last Man Standing. After all, maybe there was a financial reason.  Maybe it wasn’t economically viable to keep […]

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The Sinclair Group: A New Hope For Conservative Television News

Posted: May 18, 2017 at 12:13 pm   /   Business, Features, Local, Politics, Sections, Top Stories

Faithful readers may remember way back, in my effective manifesto for the Culture War, how I laid out the need to fight on the battlefield of the “mainstream” press: So here’s how we’d have to do it: Conservative businessmen unknown to the hit squads of the other side, organizing into joint venture conglomerates.  And buy […]

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Celebrating Workers Memorial Day

Posted: May 1, 2017 at 5:50 am   /   Business, Politics

Friday, April 28th was Workers Memorial Day—the AFL-CIO’s way of honoring “those who have suffered…on the job.” Unfortunately, millions of employees are suffering under American labor law relatively unchanged since the 1940s. Less than 10 percent of union members ever voted for the union currently “representing” them. And those who did weren’t even guaranteed a secret […]

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