Our latest issue might be my personal favorite yet.
And your e-mails have been fantastic…
If impact is your intent, you’re doing a helluva job. – Chris W.
Hello gentlemen, I get a lot out of your magazine every month and I just wanted to say that the “Coast” and the elites that inhabit it goes about as far as a 30-mile radius around a lot of big cities. I live in central/western Massachusetts and the culture differences and so forth are just as stark as if I lived in the middle of Iowa. Keep up the good work. – Alex K.
Your publication shows a high level of quality and it’s not regurgitating the tart subjects presented by MSM. Bravo. – Fabian H.
I make it a point to read most of your mag. – Don P.
Have read all critiques of your new magazine; and will tell you that those in California that are neither rich NOR famous nor liberal; think it is funny, and “mostly” of a conservative bent. It is those of us that are neither rich, nor famous… that hate the state and are trying to get out. Unfortunately, because we are neither rich nor famous… our money is all tied up here; or we CANNOT make any money here because of the welfare system supporting illegals. Every day, I wake up and feel that I am supporting 2 families that I do not even know! – Lauran E. F.
You’ve definitely struck on a very long overdue piece of information I as a “Coaster” have been wanting …. Reported by critical thinking Journalists! Thank you for this production – Yvonne D.
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And I’ll leave you with some lyrics P.J. revised that we simply couldn’t fit in our issue:
I’m proud to be an Okie from Muskogee,
A place where even squares can have a ball
We still wave Old Glory down at the courthouse
And white lightnin’s still (except opioids) the biggest thrill of all
We don’t go for “medicinal marijuana” in Muskogee
We just smoke it like smokin’ supposed to be
We don’t Lean Forward on the television
We like Fox News, and bein’ free
We don’t get political about lovin’
We like getting’ hitched, not yelling “Me Too”
We don’t go floppin’ round on yoga mats
Like the Yuppies out in San Francisco do
Leather boots are still in style for manly footwear
Not Tevas, not even at the beach
The quarterback’s in the “safe space” on campus
And the kids on campus still respect free speech
And I’m proud to be an Okie from Muskogee
A place with no “trigger warnings” at all
Unless somebody catches you with their daughter
Then outta here your ass you’d better haul
– With apologies to Merle Haggard
Now here’s the news we’re reading…
Five-hundred percent or more gains the last time this market boomed. What will happen this time?
Is it even possible to find an asset class that hasn’t soared since 1990? It is possible… You can buy one asset class at 1990 prices today. It’s crazy, but true. And it has created a massive opportunity.
What could possibly go wrong?
If both deals are finalized – AT&T has bought Time Warner Inc. and Comcast hopes to purchase 21st Century Fox Inc. – the companies will carry a combined $350 billion of bonWhat’s the plan here? Because this doesn’t seem like a long-term solution.
The agency expects to be taking about 250 kids each day at least for the next two months. If that estimate holds, HHS could be caring for 18,500 more children by the end of August. As of Friday, HHS was already holding 11,500 children, which means the total could hit 30,000 by August.
Of course, a few years ago this happened…
“What makes the Marion cases even more alarming is that a U.S. government agency was responsible for delivering some of the victims into the hands of their abusers.”And a reminder that the government isn’t just separating the families of illegal immigrants…
Outraged by cases of child protective services taking children from their competent, loving parents on flimsy medical grounds, a group in Minnesota has filed a motion in federal court to do what their organization’s name suggests: “Stop child protective services from legally kidnapping children.”Here’s a quote you won’t hear from many mayors on the coast…
“Frankly, I call the coastal communities that don’t want to build anything the mausoleums of the wealthy,” he said. “They are gilded, apartheid-style communities that basically decided that only one income class can live there and I find that unacceptable. I want to make sure that IB doesn’t become that way.”“Loosen your tie and forget about the rat race”…
Half a century after the tropical craze of the 1960s, the modern age of escapism is taking cues – and inspiration for giant rum drinks – from the past.
With P.J. O’Rourke and the American Consequences Editorial Staff
June 20, 2018