Keith Kube

Editorial #120, Confidentiality, aired November 19, 2019

Editorial #120 Confidentiality notes

As mentioned in Editorial #117 the political correctness agenda has redefined words with truth and fact no longer meaning the same thing. Similar re-characterizations have occurred with the word confidential now meaning the same as classified. This ploy is used to lock down information and want nothing released that may upset a liberal agenda.

The current administration, in the spirit of transparency, is now requiring agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency,

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Editorial #119, So Called Experts, aired November 14, 2019

Editorial #119 So Called Experts

The flood of, so called, experts keep coming onto the media stage with subjects like climate change, human trafficking and gun control always seeming to get the most attention. It is not surprising these stories evaporate when issues like pedophilia or corruption start to expose the hypocrisy of the deep state.

What is more incredible, the media uses of examples of incompetence like a high school girl from Sweden or a kid from Florida as experts on climate change and gun violence.

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Editorial #118, Discrimination, aired November 12, 2019

Editorial #118 Discrimination

I have commented on words that I hate in editorial #108. Discrimination is a third word I added to the list with diversification and hypocrisy the other two. There are few instances where using these words engender feelings of harmony, goodwill or inclusiveness.

I have yet to understand the logic of anyone using the word discrimination. Is it to point out a personality flaw and want one to stop it,

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Editorial #117, Social Media and Society, aired November 7, 2019

Editorial #117 Social Media and Society

We have arrived at a time when the truth and the facts are no longer the same thing. A presidential candidate made that very apparent when he said: “We choose truth over facts.” This seems to be the new motto of the Democrat Party and the deep state.

How did this happen? It is because of the speed of search engines and social media with this technology the new normal.

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Editorial #116 Where do Federal Fines Go?, aired November 5, 2019

Editorial #116 Where do Federal Fines Go?

We have all heard of huge civil penalties, charged to large businesses, for doing something some federal agency doesn’t like. Who makes these rules, where does all that money go and who decides the amount of the fine?

Agencies like the Consumer Products Safety Commission, Environmental Protection Agency, National Highway Traffic Safety Board, Federal Aviation Administration, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Occupational Safety and Health and Federal Communication Commission are some of the bounty hunters,

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Editorial #115 Laws Don’t Protect Us, aired October 31, 2019

Editorial #115 Laws Don’t Protect Us

I never cease to be amazed at the lack of logic of liberal elites and the snowflake generation. It seems they suddenly awoke and insisted on violating every law of common sense, not to mention the laws of physics, chemistry and economics. It appears like they never noticed gravity or realize they need to work. They feel entitled to everything and think money grows on trees. They don’t seem to realize free speech has responsibility and if someone disagrees,

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Editorial #114 Diplomats, aired October 29, 2019

Editorial #114 Diplomats

It is becoming ever more difficult to accept the condescension, incompetence and corruption of the diplomates, lobbyists and political consultants, not to mention the media, in this country. It has probably been this way for over a century but it was not nearly as obvious as it is today.

Of course these political operatives are upset with the president. They are all being exposed for who they are: liars and self-absorbed,

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Editorial #113 Can’t win for losing, aired October 24, 2019

Editorial #113 Can’t win for losing

The world has looked to the United States for providing money, humanitarian aid, military hardware and troops when disasters, real or self-inflicted, have occurred. These countries also looked to the United States to be the world’s leader in providing truth, fairness, sustainability and integrity. Foreign leaders indoctrinate their citizens, aided by the liberal left, into thinking our position and success in the world was ill-gotten and not deserved.

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Editorial #112 Debt, War and Spending aired on October 22, 2019

Editorial #112 Debt, War and Spending

It breaks my heart to see pictures of innocent women and children caught in the cross fire of immigration, war or terrorists attacks. It angers me that these tragedies are often contrived by corrupt, power grabbing zealots or dictators who care little for humanity while advancing their agenda of religious or nationalistic convictions.

The hypocrisy of these leaders is: wars are very profitable and there is little incentive to not wage them.

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Editorial #111a, Children in Politics, for aired on October 17, 2019

Editorial #111a Children in Politics

There is political strategy used by many world leaders since the invention of the photograph and the radio. It is to use children to advance an agenda. With this young Norwegian girl traveling the world, now the face of the man-made global warming hoax, children are becoming pawns to deliver propaganda. This is no different than the young demonstrators on immigration policy and gun control with older children acting out on occupy Wall Street,

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