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Five Reasons We Keep Losing To The Left

Posted: April 21, 2017 at 5:07 pm   /   Business, Elections, Features, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

Edmund Burke, the father of Conservatism, once wrote “When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fail, one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.” Later, John Stuart Mill said, “Let not any one pacify his conscience by the delusion that he can do no harm if he takes no […]

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John Thompson Delivers Best Quote From Latest ’30 for 30′

Posted: April 20, 2017 at 9:16 pm   /   Business, Entertainment, Features, Politics, Top Stories

The latest installment of ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary series, One and Not Done, examines the career of current Kentucky Wildcats head basketball coach John Calipari. The title is derived from a certain type of player in college basketball who only plays one year at a school, then goes into the NBA draft. This phenomenon […]

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New Management To “Reinvent” Fox News

Posted: April 20, 2017 at 3:11 pm   /   Business, Features, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

Fox News has given in.  Bill O’Reilly has been dismissed—with not even so much as a farewell episode.  Once again, a great man convicted, with no evidence or proof beyond The Seriousness Of The Charge.  And as I said before, maybe there’s an off chance that he is guilty—that’s not the point.  The point is […]

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Six Bidders’ Proposals On How To Build The Wall

Posted: April 6, 2017 at 10:39 am   /   Arizona, Business, Entertainment, Features, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

We are now in an age of big ideas.  How big?  As The Don would say: “Yuuuuuuuuuge.” We see it with Elon Musk.  Love or hate his working with the government, he’s making those taxpayers’ dollars actually count for something…which, of course, is more than we could say for most.  His grand innovations in space […]

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The O’Reilly Affair: A Word Of Warning

Posted: April 5, 2017 at 5:55 am   /   Business, Features, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

Look, there’s the elephant in the room that there might be a remote chance that these allegations against Bill O’Reilly are true.  For all we know, he may be guilty as sin, and The New York Times is actually correct in their self-righteous crusade, for once.  But I’ll be perfectly honest, dear readers: I feel […]

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Facebook To Address “Blasphemous Content”?

Posted: March 28, 2017 at 3:13 pm   /   Business, Entertainment, Features, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

Yes, you read that right.  Apparently the Prime Minister of Pakistan, one Nawaz Sharif, has taken issue with social media content.  It has “blasphemous content”, see…and Sharif, he don’t like it.  It’s punishable by death, there.  And so, earlier this month, he ordered that such content be blocked/removed from social media—acting as if Pakistan rules […]

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Company Pressures Customers to Sign Away Rights

Posted: March 27, 2017 at 1:10 pm   /   Business, Features, Politics, Top Stories, Videos, Western Free Radio

It used to be that the customer was always right.  Now the customer is being asked to give up his/her rights.  A nationally recognized company actually dumped this story in our lap, just two doors away from the ‘Wait Til You Hear This’ studio. Music credit: lavelman, SFX from Xylophone sounding ‘A’ by […]

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Six Rules For Boycotts That WORK

Posted: March 15, 2017 at 9:58 am   /   Business, Entertainment, Features, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

As a rule, I boycott boycotts.  I usually don’t like them, and think they’re counter-productive.  This is because lately, they just haven’t worked.  The Left tried to boycott Chick-Fil-A—remember what happened?  People still wanted to “Eet Mor Chik’n”.  Or Hobby Lobby?  Still standing tall.  Or Duck Dynasty?  Phil stayed on the air. “But Eric, that’s […]

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Seeing Red Over Green: What the American Optometry Association is Lobbying Against

Posted: February 27, 2017 at 1:10 pm   /   Business, Features, Politics, Top Stories

Why should it be necessary – legally required – to go to a “bricks and mortar” eye doctor’s office to get your vision checked – and a prescription for new contacts or eyeglasses issued? It’s 2017 – not 1917 – and apps such as Opternative and GlassesOn can check for refractive error via a 25 minute online […]

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