On Dangerous Ground

By Charlie Johnston I was involved in an auto accident Sunday that could have been – and possibly should have been – fatal. I came out of it unscathed – and my car came out of it practically unscathed, too. I was eastbound on I-40, around 10 miles out of Amarillo. I was going 75 […]

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Big Lies

By Charlie Johnston Yet another mass shooting, this time at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. Yet another opportunity for the left to call for more gun control (while they simultaneously call to defund the police) and denounce “white supremacy,” even though the alleged killer this time is an Hispanic.  We have entered an era […]

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Mad Scientists and Petty Tyrants

By Charlie Johnston On Monday of this week it occurred to me that even though the pharmaceutical companies got blanket immunity for their experimental gene therapy shots they call vaccines, companies and governmental entities that mandate the experimental shots could be sued for any adverse reactions – and as adverse reactions mount, suits for wrongful […]

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Into the Tunnel

By Charlie Johnston Huzzah! We are at $14,750, almost 3/4 of our goal. We have a lot of work ahead of us at CORAC in the New Year, so please help us out with your donation and your time. Mary Lapchak has been able to help resolve problems that various people have had with the […]

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Embers in the Wind

By Charlie Johnston The last week and a half has been the most subtly intense of my lifetime. I suspect very few people yet realize how suddenly and explosively dangerous things have become. Just suggesting that it looked like Democrats were going to be successful in completing the coup with an election steal got me […]

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