They have been called many things: amoebas, spineless cowards, weaklings, and other names not suitable for print in a family newspaper.
The modern characterization for many politicians who refuse to take a stand, especially in the midst of the growing and rapid threat of American socialism, is the word “weenie.”
People fear being called ...Read more
Semantics are important for how we communicate and define issues. One who controls words controls the narrative.
So, take the words migrant and invader. Is there a difference? It’s all in how they are perceived by some, and the effect their illegal border crossings have on the U.S.
One definition of invasion should focus our attention: “...Read more
As best I recall, the sequence of statements coming from the government and “experts” since the beginning of COVID-19 has gone something like this: You don’t need to wear a mask and it’s no more serious than the flu; you do need to wear a mask, though the virus is so small it can penetrate all but the N95 brand, so you should wear two ...Read more
8/3/21 Cal Thomas column sent through again to delete wayward end quote after American in graf 5. Otherwise, no change to column.
We have always had them among us: fortune tellers, diviners, readers of palms, tarot cards, tea leaves, stars, horoscopes, discerners of animal entrails, calling on gods of wood and stone, and all sorts of other “seers” who have attempted to convince the gullible that they have the power to predict the future.
To some, climate change ...Read more
RAPID CITY, South Dakota — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem likes to present herself as a “normal everyday” person “who enjoys life.”
Appearing at FreedomFest 21, a gathering of 2,700 conservatives and libertarians, Noem politics/fromtheright/calthomas/s-2546640">Read more