Establishment must be removed

by Larry Klayman -- As we near the end of the so-called debt crisis, with a phony deadline looming of Aug. 2, 2011, to supposedly raise the debt limit, one thing becomes more…

Political heterophobia and its consequences

by Larry Klayman -- In an effort of destroy the presidential campaign of Rep. Michele Bachmann, the only true Christian conservative in the Republican primary race, the activist ultra left gay and more…

Revolution, French-style

by Larry Klayman -- Thursday, July 14, marked the anniversary of the French Revolution. Unlike the American Revolution, which was mostly a civil war fought over the despotic rule of King George more…

From black to white: The government stinks!

by Larry Klayman -- On Oct. 3, 1995, a predominantly black jury acquitted O.J. Simpson of murder. Fast forward to July 5, 2011 – 16 years later – a predominantly white jury more…

Media whores and revolution

by Larry Klayman -- This week, Glenn Beck waxed both sentimental and defiant as he signed off with his successful show on the Fox News Channel. Trying not to totally burn bridges more…

Washington, D.C. – capital of corruption

by Larry Klayman -- Many years ago, a year after I graduated from Duke University and had worked in Washington, D.C., for a while, I spent the summer before starting Emory Law more…

Judicial outlaws – the final chapter

by Larry Klayman -- The other day, I was cleaning out my wallet and found a "prediction" from a fortune cookie I had pocketed a while back for good luck. It read, more…

Weiner affair is just not kosher!

by Larry Klayman -- Anthony Weiner is not just a confused and degenerate "hot dog." The political affair surrounding his low-class and deranged sexploits is not kosher. In other words, unlike the more…

God, civil disobedience and revolution

by Larry Klayman -- The news this week was more than bleak. The economy remains in a tailspin and is getting worse; the Middle East remains highly unstable, creating the prospect of more…

'Quiet heroes' this Memorial Day

by Larry Klayman -- One has to reflect hard this Memorial Day. Our nation's military has sacrificed bravely and mightily for us, and we cannot admire and respect the country's finest enough. more…