In his own words: Elon Musk talks about escaping Crazy California for Texas [Video]

When the most liberal state in the United States becomes too liberal even for a liberal… that is pretty darn liberal. Elon Musk is probably America’s most popular entrepreneur these days. The founder of PayPal, Tesla, SpaceX and the new Boring company (that drills tunnels, not that makes people bored silly), speaks here about his […]

Dominion refusal to attend hearing is globalists throwing down the gauntlet [Video]

The American nation is in big trouble. Christianity Daily and a few other conservative media outlets ran a piece on Friday, November 20, noting how Dominion Voting Systems refused to attend a hearing regarding their equipment changing votes to Biden from Trump en masse during the November 3 elections. Christianity Daily’s Julio Cachila writes [slightly […]

Some Idaho residents prepare for the Second American Civil War

The “liberal versus conservative” political polarization has been on a massive increase over the last three decades in the United States. Where there used to be dispassionate policy discussions, debate and often some sort of compromise over policy decisions based in ideological theories, now, people of differing political viewpoints appear to be more and more “siloed” with some disturbing results. Among these is the increasing conviction that America is headed for a Second Civil War.

The Sport of the Gods: what is the likely outcome of the Catalan referendum

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How Many Texans Will Fall For Russia's Secession Tricks? More Than Californians

Yesterday was California Admission Day. We became a state on September 9, 1850, the U.S. having forced Mexico to give up what is now the state after the Mexican-American War (1848). British and Spanish ships began exploring the coast of California by the mid-1500s. By the 1700s Spanish missionaries started building missions and the Spanish military started building forts and towns-- including what are now Los Angeles and San Jose.