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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

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Lowman S. Henry: Bluer Blue, Redder Red

By Lowman S. Henry
Guest Columnist

On the surface it would appear the power dynamic in Pennsylvania state government changed little as a result of last week's General Election.  Governor Tom Wolf was re-elected and Republicans retained solid control of both the state House and the state Senate.

Back from where we started?

Not quite.  The 2018 election cycle saw the continuation of two trends: the drift of Democrats into the arms of the socialist Left, and a Republican power shift from the Philadelphia suburbs to the more conservative central and western parts of the state.

Governor Tom Wolf has often (and for good reason) been labeled the most liberal governor in America.  To the degree that Lieutenant Governors matter, the state's new second banana will push him even further in that direction.  Lt. Governor-elect John Fetterman is a Bernie Sanders-style socialist. He replaces the hapless Mike Stack, a Philadelphia pol more interested in the power dynamics of politics than ideology.

Wolf titled to the far Left to win his first primary four years ago and clearly felt at home.  He went on to propose tax hikes that exceeded those offered by governors in all 49 other states combined and has remained a staunch advocate for Left-wing policies ever since.  Fetterman, and the avowed socialists who upended traditional Democrats in the primary to claim seats in the General Assembly, are certain to fortify his position.

As liberal policies made the city more and more unlivable Philadelphia Democrats fled to the suburbs.  There they have continued voting into office candidates who espouse the very same policies that destroyed the city.  As a result, the four counties surrounding Philadelphia which had for decades been the epicenter of Republican power in the state have trended Democrat.

If there was a "blue wave" this election year it crashed ashore in those counties.  The numbers could change a bit as the official count progresses, but Republicans lost 13 state House seats and four state Senate seats in that region.  It is rare for more than three or four incumbents to lose statewide in a given election cycle, so the GOP wipeout in southeastern Pennsylvania can rightly be described as a blue tidal wave.

Continuing the westward shift of the statewide GOP, Republicans partially offset their losses in the southeast by flipping three Democrat seats, one in Bucks County and two elsewhere in the state. Republicans held historically high majorities in both state legislative chambers.  Thus the losses left them in solid control, but with margins closer to the historical average.

What the election did do was to shift the ideological center of both the House and Senate Republican caucuses away from southeastern liberalism into the mainstream conservatism that is popular in the balance of the state. 

While legislative Democrats voted in lockstep with their leadership, Republican legislative leaders had the more difficult task of moving conservative policies advocated by their caucus majority, while trying to appease their southeastern members.  The goal was to hold onto those southeastern seats - it didn't work.

The end result is absent the need to protect its members from suburban Philadelphia because - well, they are no longer there - legislative Republicans are now free to stand firmly against the socialist policies Governor Tom Wolf and Democrats are sure to pursue.

This means Pennsylvania's divided state government has become even more divided.  The first battle will come in a matter of weeks when Governor Tom Wolf proposes his next state budget.  It is sure to be chock full of tax hikes and new spending.  Republicans effectively blocked the more radical elements of his agenda during the governor's first term.  A more conservative majority should be able to do so in the years ahead.

Thus have voters across Penn's Woods put into effect all the elements needed for epic policy and budget battles which are likely to end in gridlock. Given the fact that most legislation that actually passes expands the dependency state at the expense of taxpayers gridlock may be the best outcome.

Lowman S. Henry is Chairman & CEO of the Lincoln Institute and host of the weekly Lincoln Radio Journal.  His e-mail address is lhenry@lincolninstitute.org

Monday, November 12, 2018

Celebrity Endorsements Hurt The Candidates They Were Trying To Help

Celebrity Endorsements Hurt The Candidates They Were Trying To Help: Voters in Texas, Tennessee, and Georgia chose the un-flashy Republicans over the celebrity-backed Democratic candidates in the 2018 midterms.

2018 Proved Obama Is Electoral Kryptonite In Battleground States

2018 Proved Obama Is Electoral Kryptonite In Battleground States: Former President Obama's aggressive effort to turn out the Democrat vote in key Senate, House and gubernatorial races largely failed.

Bill O'Reilly: Where Pinhead Jim Acosta Went Wrong

Sunday, November 04, 2018

More Voters Blame Media Than Trump For Political Division

More Voters Blame Media Than Trump For Political Division: More Americans think members of the news media are to blame for political divisions than President Donald Trump is, according to a new poll.

Why Did Democrats Abandon Their Investigation Into Brett Kavanaugh?

Why Did Democrats Abandon Their Investigation Into Brett Kavanaugh?: If Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is really a rapist and sexual assailant, as Democrats claimed, shouldn't the story continue to be covered?

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Left-Wing Actor Vows 'Blood In The Streets' If Democrats Lose Midterms

Left-Wing Actor Vows 'Blood In The Streets' If Democrats Lose Midterms: At an awards show Sunday night, character actor James Cromwell said there will be 'blood in the streets' if Democrats don't stop President Trump.

5 freed from Gitmo in exchange for Bergdahl join Taliban’s political office in Qatar

5 freed from Gitmo in exchange for Bergdahl join Taliban’s political office in Qatar: They may complicate efforts toward peace talks with Taliban, some analysts say.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

How Political Correctness Ruined Disney's Most Recent Princess Movies

How Political Correctness Ruined Disney's Most Recent Princess Movies: Instead of telling stories and developing compelling characters, children’s movies today prefer to promote boring feminist and anti-family propaganda.

U.S. Adults Have Few Friends — and They’re Mostly Alike

A new study finds the majority of adults has anywhere between two and five close friends, but one in five regularly or often feels lonely. 

U.S. Adults Have Few Friends — and They’re Mostly Alike - Barna Group: In light of a loneliness epidemic in this country, Barna takes a look at the state of friendship in America.

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Guest Column: Window of Opportunity

By Lowman S. Henry
Columnist

Release of the grand jury report into child sexual abuse in the Catholic Church has dominated the news in recent months. As details of the report emerged the scope of abuse in terms of the sheer number of victims, and the institutional cover-up that followed resulted in demands for reform within the church and for government action to provide some measure of compensation to the abused.

It has taken a long time to get to this point.  Despite decades of swirling rumors the problem was not taken seriously until a few years ago.  The film "Spotlight," which details the work of Boston Globe journalists who cracked the veil of secrecy in that city's diocese, did much to raise awareness. That triggered investigations in many other venues nationwide.

In an era when the news media is rightly under scrutiny for its lagging journalistic standards the work of the Globe reporters stands out as a shining example of how reporting is supposed to work.  Coverage of this tragic story extends far beyond Boston as the media nationwide and especially here in Pennsylvania have been exemplary in the performance of their investigative and watchdog duties.

The legal system has also risen to the occasion.  Empaneling of an investigative grand jury gave prosecutors the tools needed to cut through the church's institutional barriers to arrive at the truth.  Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro has worked hard to ensure the grand jury's report does not get relegated to collect dust on a shelf, but rather becomes the impetus for reform.

And then there is the Pennsylvania legislature.  It is crystal clear that existing state statutes are inadequate to the task of providing victims with a mechanism for gaining compensation for the mental and physical anguish they have suffered at the hands of clergy. Regrettably, release of the grand jury report came at a time when the legislature had adjourned for a nearly three month summer recess.  That left little time for lawmakers to act when they returned to session in mid-September.

House Speaker Mike Turzai got behind what was termed a "compromise" plan that would open a two year "window" for victims to file civil suits.  This action is necessary because many abuse cases date back decades and the statute of limitations has expired meaning victims can no longer sue for financial compensation. This is a widespread and extraordinary problem because institutional cover-up created a climate where victims were intimidated and therefore did not feel able to step forward.

And so the lower chamber did its job - but the weak link in the chain of responsible action has become Senate Republican leadership, specifically Senate President Pro Tempore Joseph Scarnati.   Senator Scarnati believes the "window" is unconstitutional and has instead proposed a victim's compensation fund - which has the official support of the church.

That, however, falls short of giving victims their day in court and allowing them to seek compensation on a case-by-case basis.  Senator Scarnati and by extension the entire state Senate is the one institution (aside from the church itself) that has failed to become part of the solution rather than part of the problem.

It is not the role of the legislature to determine the constitutionality of legislation.  Although it is only prudent for lawmakers to actually read the state's governing document and act accordingly, if there is a doubt that doubt should be left to the courts to decide.

Rather than stand in the way of a solution, Scarnati and the Senate should advance the concept of a "window," and send it along to Governor Tom Wolf who is expected to sign it into law.  At that point court challenges will likely ensure with the issue making its way to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

Given the fact they frequently ignore the state constitution in issuing decisions it is impossible to predict what the state's Supreme Court Justices will do.  However, they will either find the "window" constitutional, or rule it unconstitutional and explain why perhaps even offing suggested legislative remedies in issuing their opinion.

In other words, it is worth letting the process play out.  To do otherwise only adds to the suffering of abuse victims.  It is time to pursue every possible remedy so they might be appropriately compensated, arrive at some sort of closure, and get on with their lives.

(Lowman S. Henry is Chairman & CEO of the Lincoln Institute and host of the Lincoln Radio Journal.  His e-mail address is lhenry@lincolninstitute.org)

What the Democrats stand for ...


The Traveling Wilburys Debut Holds Up As Extraordinary, 30 Years Later

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Bozell & Graham Column: Elizabeth Warren's No 'Woman of Color'

Bozell & Graham Column: Elizabeth Warren's No 'Woman of Color'

Study: Economic Boom Largely Ignored as TV's Trump Coverage Hits 92% Negative

Study: Economic Boom Largely Ignored as TV's Trump Coverage Hits 92% Negative

Friday, October 12, 2018

Saturday, October 06, 2018

Alex Trebek Should Have Moderated The PA Debate Like 'Jeopardy’

Alex Trebek Should Have Moderated The PA Debate Like 'Jeopardy’: As with Alex Trebek the quiz show host, Trebek the moderator should seek to blend himself into the background, rather than seeking even more power.

Its Campaign Against Kavanaugh Exposes ACLU As A Massive Hypocrite

Its Campaign Against Kavanaugh Exposes ACLU As A Massive Hypocrite: In the case of Kavanaugh, the ACLU has abandoned its mission as the 'nation’s premier defender of the rights enshrined in the U.S. Constitution.'

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Here’s How To Successfully Debate A Democratic Socialist

Here’s How To Successfully Debate A Democratic Socialist: As the democratic socialists become more prominent, both nationally and at our dinner tables, it’s very likely you will find yourself debating one.

Why The Ritual Defamation Of Kavanaugh Threatens Every American

Why The Ritual Defamation Of Kavanaugh Threatens Every American: A metaphor for ritual defamation is the gang rape of one’s character and good name. This episode represents a rape of Brett Kavanaugh’s character.

Saturday, September 08, 2018

To Have A Prayer In The Midterms, Republicans Need To Start Talking

To Have A Prayer In The Midterms, Republicans Need To Start Talking: Republicans need to do an end run around the media by means of millions of friendly one-on-one conversations between voters.

The New York Times Anonymous Op-ed Pushes Electoral Sabotage

The New York Times Anonymous Op-ed Pushes Electoral Sabotage: The problem with the much-discussed New York Times op-ed isn't that the author is anonymous, it's that author celebrates nullifying a presidential election.

Sunday, September 02, 2018

CNN’s Bad Week: From Lanny Davis to Antifa

CNN’s Bad Week: From Lanny Davis to Antifa

Schaffrillas Productions 'Why Disney's Twist Villains Don't Work' Goes Viral - 1.3 Million Views


Very proud of my son James Phyrillas, whose latest video on his YouTube channel has gone viral and has been viewed more than 1.3 million times in just one week. The video about Disney villains attracted several thousand new fans for his YouTube channel, which now has more than 60,000 subscribers. Check out his work at the link below.


Monday, July 16, 2018

Evidence of Real Russia Collusion


Academics Try And Fail To Understand The Appeal Of Clint Eastwood

Academics Try And Fail To Understand The Appeal Of Clint Eastwood: A new collection, 'Tough Ain't Enough: New Perspectives on the Films of Clint Eastwood,' discounts one of America's greatest actors and filmmakers.

Trump Is Right: Mueller’s Latest Indictment Suggests It's A Witch Hunt

Trump Is Right: Mueller’s Latest Indictment Suggests It's A Witch Hunt: Contrary to the mainstream media’s narrative, Robert Mueller’s latest indictment does not implicate President Trump, but exonerate him.

Media's Obsession With 'Collusion' Continues To Destroy Its Credibility

Media's Obsession With 'Collusion' Continues To Destroy Its Credibility: One of things we learned from Rod Rosenstein is that there’s still no evidence of 'collusion.' But that didn't stop MSM outlets from finding some anyway.

Friday, July 13, 2018

Tim Tebow Is Back on the Field, Playing Ball and Serving Jesus

Tim Tebow’s Back on the Field, Playing Ball and Serving Jesus

Who Checks the Fact-Checkers?

A lot of left-wing organizations are now in the "fact-checking" business. It's like having the fox guard the hen house. One of the worst now is The Associated Press, which displays its left-wing bias daily in "news" articles. I can't use 90 percent of the so-called "fact-checking" articles AP moves about Donald Trump because they are so biased.

Who Checks the Fact-Checkers?

Democrats Were Ready For Next Court Nominee


Wednesday, June 06, 2018

Democrats Offering An Alternative


Different Standards for the Left

Cal Thomas: Different Standards for the Left

Pennsylvania School Districts Hoarding Billions in Cash

Pennsylvania school districts are sitting on billions of dollars in reserves at the same time school boards are raising property taxes.

School Districts' Cash Hoard Grows for 12th-Straight Year, Tops $4.5 Billion: School Districts' Cash Hoard Grows for 12th-Straight Year, Tops $4.5 Billion

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Upsetting The Animals


A $2,000 Blister and Other Medicaid Failures

A $2,000 Blister and Other Medicaid Failures: A $2,000 Blister and Other Medicaid Failures

Pennsylvania School Districts' Cash Hoard Grows for 12th-Straight Year, Tops $4.5 Billion

All over Pennsylvania, school boards are voting to raise property taxes while holding on to $4.5 billion in "reserves."

School Districts' Cash Hoard Grows for 12th-Straight Year, Tops $4.5 Billion: School Districts' Cash Hoard Grows for 12th-Straight Year, Tops $4.5 Billion

Friday, May 18, 2018

MSNBC Blames Trump for Media 'Confusion' Over His MS-13 Comments

It might be time for 71-year-old Andrea Mitchell to retire since she seems to get confused so easily these days. Anyone who saw the clip of President Trump calling MS-13 gang members "animals" was not confused. Just the anti-Trump media, led by Mitchell.

MSNBC Blames Trump for Media 'Confusion' Over His MS-13 Comments

Looking for news? Better skip CNN

Somebody should look up obsession in the dictionary. The anti-Trump media, led by CNN, has devoted much of its air-time to a non-story.

UPDATE: Porn Star Lawyer Interviewed 147 Times in 10 Weeks

Rejected Marvel Movies ...


Wednesday, April 18, 2018

CENSORED! How Online Media Companies Are Suppressing Conservative Speech

CENSORED! How Online Media Companies Are Suppressing Conservative Speech

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Receives $8 Million from Government Union PACs

Gov. Wolf Receives $8 Million from Government Union PACs: Gov. Wolf Receives $8 Million from Government Union PACs

Look Out Below!


Antony Davies & James R. Harrigan: How politicians use the federal income tax

Antony Davies & James R. Harrigan: How politicians use the federal income tax

Tony Phyrillas returns to 'Journalists Roundtable' on Pennsylvania Cable Network

Seated from l-r: Tony Phyrillas, Michael Rellahan, Brian Lockman and Phil Heron.
"Journalists Roundtable" host Brian Lockman sits down with Pottstown Mercury Editor Tony Phyrillas, Delaware County Daily Times Editor Phil Heron and West Chester Daily Local News Courthouse/Politics Reporter Michael Rellahan to discuss changes to Pennsylvania’s Congressional districts, growing concern over the Sunoco Mariner East 2 pipeline and the Pennsylvania governor’s race. "Journalists Roundtable" is a weekly 30-minute program on the Pennsylvania Cable Network, which is carried on cable systems across Pennsylvania. The most recent episode was taped Wednesday at The Mercury in Pottstown and will air Thursday, April 19, at 7 p.m., and again on Sunday, April 22, at 9 p.m. Check your local listing for the Pennsylvania Cable Network channel in your area.

Friday, April 13, 2018

FLASHBACK: Before They Loved James Comey, the Liberal Media Trashed Him

FLASHBACK: Before They Loved James Comey, the Liberal Media Trashed Him

95% of Univision's 'Fact Checks' Target Trump, Republicans

NewsBusts: If you want to see just how politically warped and weaponized the use of
so-called ‘fact-checking’ has become in the national media, look no
further than Univision, the United States’ leading Spanish-language
broadcaster.

95% of Univision’s ‘Fact Checks’ Target Trump, Republicans

Comey Not Credible, Just Ask Democrats

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

Is your elected official owned by labor unions?

The Commonwealth Foundation continues to expose the unholy alliance between government officials and Big Labor ...
Pa. Government Union Politics: $114 Million Since 2007: Pa. Government Union Politics: $114 Million Since 2007

Fox News Channel rated No. 1 in cable news for past 16 years

Why is CNN on in every airport and every doctor's office in the country when most Americans would prefer to watch Fox News Channel?

Fox News Channel rated No. 1 in cable news for past 16 years, says Nielsen Media Research

Media Research Center Announces 'Fact-Checking the Fact-Checkers' Project

Media Research Center Announces 'Fact-Checking the Fact-Checkers' Project

Hilarious: Dan Rather Channels Bill Moyers in Rant on 'Corporate Media,' 'Orwellian' Sinclair

Hilarious: Dan Rather Channels Bill Moyers in Rant on ‘Corporate Media,’ ‘Orwellian’ Sinclair

Panic in the Newsroom: CNN, MSNBC Spend 211 Minutes Trashing Sinclair as 'State-Run TV'

Panic in the Newsroom: CNN, MSNBC Spend 211 Minutes Trashing Sinclair as ‘State-Run TV’

Monday, April 02, 2018

Running Out of Excuses ...


Berks among counties with most distracted driving in Pennsylvania

As someone who drives Berks County roadways on a daily basis, I can attest to the distracted drivers on the roads. What is so important that they have to check their damn phones while behind the wheel?

Berks among counties with most distracted driving citations - WFMZ

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Porn star Stormy Daniels to perform at Pittsburgh strip club

If you didn't get enough of Stormy Daniels on "60 Minutes" Sunday night (and you live in the Pittsburgh, Pa., area), you're in luck. The "actress" will be performing at a so-called gentlemen's club on May 2 and May 3. No word on whether Donald Trump will be in the audience for either performance.
Porn star Stormy Daniels to perform at Blush Gentlemen's Club in Pittsburgh

Strange Weather


Thursday, March 01, 2018

Churchill: The Man Who Saved the Free World

Trump 2020: Making America Even Greater

Trump 2020: Making America Even Greater: Trump hires a 2020 campaign manager - marking the earliest presidential reelection campaign launch ever.

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Lawsuit Filed Against Pennsylvania for Registering 100,000 Noncitizens to Vote

Lawsuit Filed Against PA for Registering 100,000 Noncitizens to Vote: On Monday, a lawsuit was filed against the Pennsylvania Department of State by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) “for failing to disclose a reported 100,000 noncitizen registered voter records under federal law.” PILF summarizes its lawsuit:

Activist Judges Strike Again


Fact Check: No, Hate Groups Did Not Increase 4% Last Year

Fact Check: No, Hate Groups Didn't Increase 4% Last Year

​The Democrats' Deeply Dishonest Memo

​The Democrats' Deeply Dishonest Memo: The report was released as Congressman Devin Nunes said a secret surveillance court’s days may be numbered.

Lawsuit: 100,000 noncitizens registered to vote in Pennsylvania

Lawsuit: 100,000 noncitizens registered to vote in Pennsylvania

Thursday, February 15, 2018

New Winter Olympics Event


Are The Clintons Behind The Whole Trump-Russia Collusion Story?

Are The Clintons Behind The Whole Trump-Russia Collusion Story?: ‘I’ve been watching the Clintons work for 30 years. That’s all the evidence I need,’ my dad told me about the Russia story. Time is proving him right.

The Left Is Conditioning College Students To Hate Free Speech

The Left Is Conditioning College Students To Hate Free Speech: From canceled classes at Princeton to sobbing undergrads at Stanford, colleges across the country are training students to be intolerant.

Why The Media Stopped Reporting The Russia Collusion Story

Why The Media Stopped Reporting The Russia Collusion Story: The press has played an active role in the Trump-Russia collusion story since its inception. It helped birth it. That's why they're done now.

Tuesday, February 06, 2018

Why No One Trusts the Mainstream Media

The New York Times’ Fact-Check Fail

The New York Times’ Fact-Check Fail: The NYT’s “fact-checking” article on Trump’s SOTU address deserves special ridicule.

Monday, February 05, 2018

3 Million Page Views at Tony Phyrillas on Politics

My site counter has been spinning a lot in recent weeks. I'm an now up to 3,000,000 Page Views from 573,000 Unique Visitors to Tony Phyrillas on Politics. Thank you to everyone who has visited my blog ... and keep coming back for more. - TP

The History of Gov. Wolf's Tax Hike Attempts

Drunk Driver Who Killed NFL Player an Illegal Deported Twice

Drunk Driver Who Killed Indianapolis Colts Player a Two-Time Deportee: On early Sunday morning, Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson, 26, and his ride-share driver were killed on Indianapolis’s Interstate 70 when a black Ford F-150 driven by a drunk driver rammed into them as they stood on the emergency shoulder.  The driver of the truck had a blood-alcohol level that was almost twice the legal limit and was driving without a license. He attempted to flee the scene on foot but was arrested by police. The driver identified himself as 37-year-old Alex Cabrera Gonsales, but that’s an alias. His real name is Manuel Orrego-Savala.

NFL Ratings Decline Continues Into Super Bowl

The NFL has a real problem on its hands and it's one it created by allowing players to use games for protests. Today's headlines: Super Bowl Least-Watched Championship Since 2009 and Viewership for Super Bowl LII on NBC fell 7.1% from 2017

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

President Trump Said 'We' 129 Times During Speech

President Trump Said 'We' 129 Times During Speech: President Trump did something in his first State of the Union address that we didn’t see in the eight years Barack Obama was in office. He showed restraint in using the word 'I.' The Daily Caller tabulated that Trump only referred to himself with that term a scant 29 times in the 80-minute speech. Instead, he preferred talking with the constitutional “we,” saying that 129 times. He also used “our” 104 times. Here is an example:

CBS Poll: 75% of Viewers Approve of Trump's SOTU Address

CBS Poll: 75% of Viewers Approve of Trump's SOTU: A CBS News survey reveals that a whopping three out of four viewers approved of President Donald Trump's State of the Union address Tuesday evening. From the glum looks of the grumpy Democrat leaders in attendance, particularly a black-clad Nancy Pelosi, they were the remaining one in four.

2018 State of the Union in 4 minutes

President Donald Trump Delivers The 2018 State Of The Union Address

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Nothing Funny On Late-Night TV


Facebook-Google-Twitter 1984

Facebook-Google-Twitter 1984: How to fight for freedom in the Left’s social media gulag.

The Obama Government’s Secret Societies

The Obama Government’s Secret Societies: Exposing the anti-Trump conspiracy within the DOJ.

Media Dreams Crushed: Oprah Says No to 2020

Media Dreams Crushed: Oprah Says No to 2020: Despite the media’s best efforts to make their agenda-driven dreams come true, Oprah Winfrey won’t be a candidate in 2020. During an interview with InStyle magazine, the media mogul said she isn’t cut out to be president: “I’ve always felt very secure and confident with myself in knowing what I could do and what I could not. And so it’s not something that interests me. I don’t have the DNA for it.”

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Twitter Employees Confirm Shadow Banning Conservatives

Twitter Employees Confirm Shadow Banning Conservatives: It’s the second day of Project Veritas’s undercover exposé on Twitter and James O’Keefe has uncovered more conservative censorship on the social media platform. Appearing in this video are both current and former employees that openly admit to “shadow banning” content that contradicts their own world views.

Cold Is The New Warm


Teacher's Union One-Percenters Make More than $300K Per Year

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Google Censors Conservative Media Sites

Google Censors Six Conservative Media Sites, Treats Them as “Fake News” By Posting Warnings About Their Content: In a search in the browser Google Chrome, 6 of the top 20 conservative sites had “reviewed claims” showcased in the summary. By contrast, none of the top 20

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Is There Life After This Life?

How Hillary’s FBI Allies Undermined Trump Before the Election

How Hillary’s FBI Allies Undermined Trump Before the Election: The swamp’s secrets, lies and media leaks.

Dems Admit They Need Illegals For Their Votes

Dems Admit They Need Illegals For Their Votes: Leaked memo reveals they are fighting to make the DREAMer nightmare permanent.

PROOF: Google Fact-Checks Only Conservative Websites

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Desperate Dems Turn To Oprah


Tuesday, January 09, 2018

What Happens When Socialists Run Out of Money

What Happens When Socialists Run Out of Money: The future of socialism is trading sugar for beans on social media.

Rose McGowan Rips ‘Hollywood Fakery’ at Golden Globes #MeToo Moment

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Got Political Questions? Google Will Guide You More Left than Right

Got Political Questions? Google Will Guide You More Left than Right: Google’s search engine is more powerful in shaping politics than the tech company claims. Researchers found that the algorithm used by the leading search site in the world heavily favors Democratic candidates and the programming of the algorithm is a trade-secret.

Google Sued for Anti-Conservative Bias

Google Sued for Anti-Conservative Bias

Wednesday, January 03, 2018

We could use some global warming now ...


Federal Government Workers Get 'Minimum Wage' of $100K

Feds Get “Minimum Wage” of $100K: The bureaucracy that rules over us keeps getting richer and richer.

Democrats Hijacking MLK Holiday to Turn Americans Against GOP Tax Reform

Democrats Hijacking MLK Holiday to Turn Americans Against ‘GOP Tax Scam’: The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is fast approaching but instead of celebrating an American icon, the Democratic Party is weaponizing him for political gain. The plan is for congressional Dems to hold a series of “teach-ins,” according to The Washington Times, in an effort “to rally Americans against the GOP’s tax bill as they seek to regain their legislative footing.”

2.9 Million Page Views at Tony Phyrillas on Politics

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Illegal Immigration And Crime

Illegal Immigration And Crime: The stunning numbers the Left cannot refute.

Obama Minions Fight Hard To Betray Iranian Freedom Once Again

Obama’s Minions Fight Hard To Betray Iranian Freedom Once Again: The Left reserves its wrath for President Trump.

How Trump Really Beat the Media

How Trump Really Beat the Media: By letting the media beat itself.