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Author Archives: Karen Kataline

Karen Kataline is a commentator, columnist & talk show host. She holds a Master’s Degree from Columbia University and is a frequent guest host on AM Talk Radio. She has an active blog and her Op Eds can be seen online at Fox News, Investor’s Business Daily, Western Journal, Town Hall, The Daily Caller, FrontPage Mag, and The American Thinker. She is the author of an award-winning memoir, FATLASH! Food Police & the Fear of Thin, a personal account and analysis of her experience with child beauty pageants & food restriction.

It is Immaterial whether Masks “Work” or Not

There is a constant stream of propaganda articles that try to convince people that “masks work.”  Here is but one example from UCHealth Today, The science says: Wear a mask In one of the greatest farces of 2020, it still matters to these zealots to convince people of the “science” when they are already being forced and backed into a ...

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Their Real Motive is to Cancel America

Why is there still an Auschwitz in Germany? Shouldn’t Jews have demanded that it be erased from history?  Of course not. Those most directly affected by the Holocaust want it to remain as evidence–as proof that those atrocities happened. Yet, “activists” want to erase our history so generations to come might think slavery never happened? Don’t believe it. They aren’t ...

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Being a Liberal Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry…

Being a Liberal Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry Here’s a piece from all the way back to 6 weeks ago. It’s a lot easier for many to see they were right. In our current Twilight Zone where our history is being “politically corrected” and erased, people are encouraged to forget what happened last week. *Do well-meaning people still ...

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Ennobling Insurgents & Demonizing those trying to Stop Them

Oh no!  President Trump tweeted an attack on hoards of people who took over six blocks of downtown Seattle by force. (Isn’t that Cultural Appropriation?) He called them anarchists and terrorists. What a racist! If only he’d be a uniter instead of a divider. The tweet in question read: “Seattle mayor says, about the anarchist takeover of her city, ‘It ...

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Don’t Comply with a Lie

The ides of March brought us lurching toward tyranny and in the form of an obscene level of attempted government control of our lives.  The pretext for it all was a virus with a .4% fatality rate. according to the flawed CDC. That statistic doesn’t reflect the widely reported pressure and financial incentives to inflate the statistics as to ramp ...

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Do you Believe the Coronavirus Narrative?

Recently, a local talk show host asked a “get ‘em calling” question, “Who do you believe about the coronavirus?” If the question was designed to be frustrating, it certainly was. Do people choose to believe someone and then stop asking questions? I hope not. As we’ve seen, the esteemed scientists we were supposed to believe were spectacularly wrong –again and ...

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The People Answer the Mayday Call of Distress

In the beloved film, The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy learns that she never needed a phony wizard to help her go home. She had the power all along. Asked why she didn’t tell Dorothy this in the first place, the Witch of the North says Dorothy had to find it out for herself. Under the guise of the changing facts ...

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Coronavirus and Selective Outrage

Sheriff Steve Reams of Weld County, Colorado is being sued by six inmates of his jail for “not preventing” a coronavirus outbreak. Not surprisingly, the ACLU is representing them. Few people believe the lawsuit has to do with coronavirus as much as with Sheriff Reams’ outspoken opposition to the draconian “Red Flag” Laws that were passed in Colorado by the ...

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Tyranny is the Deadliest Virus

Why do men lust for power over other men?  Here, I refer to “men” in the classical sense, as in “mankind.” Such men are never content to be masters of their own fate. They are doggedly determined to be masters over others as well. This ubiquitous human failing is rooted in hubris, ignorance, and insecurity. It has also proven to ...

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