“Hey kids, what time is it? It’s Howdy Doody time!”

Unfortunately, modern puppet masters, unlike Buffalo Bob, are very dangerous to the republic.

Puppet masters of whom I write are a group of people who call themselves Justice Democrats: executive director, Alexandra Rojas. When one sees the word “justice” in political context, cowabunga! Championed are everything from communism, now euphemistically called “collectivism” by AOC, and democratic socialism to radical Muslims pushing Sharia law, anti-semitism, the end of capitalism and, in their twisted view, the termination of the colonial states of America.

They believe that the U.S. is a colonial state (Obama’s stick) and that its political system (our constitutional republic) is therefore corrupt by its founding and very existence. They reject enlightenment thinkers like John Locke and Adam Smith and embrace the likes of Karl Marx, the pro-Nazi anti-semite Subhas Chandra Bose and radical leftist community organizer Saul Alinsky, repackaged as saviors.

The specific puppets are several people lately elected to Congress: Ayanna Pressley (advocate for the 16-year-old vote!), Rashida Tlaib and the eminently talented AOC. Justice Democrats endorsed others like Ilhan Omar, Pramila Jaypal, Ro Khanna and Raul Grijalva.

Cenk Uygur, an early Justice Democrat, now with the modern “Young Turks,” outlined the goal: flood the Democratic Party with challenges to moderate-left incumbents, with far-left challengers to take over Congress, Saul Alinsky’s overwhelm the system plan in “Rules for Radicals.”

Have social media programmed illegal immigrants and kids along with pie-in-the-sky social(ist) justice liberals vote radical-left and presto-chango, the “colonial” republic dies.

Corbin Trent, AOC’s top aide, Subhas Chandra Bose, T-shirt wearing Saikat Chakrabarti her COS and social media expert Zack Exley, an Alinsky acolyte, all requisitioned from socialist Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign and Justice Democrats, are the puppet masters.

Ignoring human nature and the greatness of individuals acting in a free market, these puppet masters intend to overthrow the system.

How sad that evil, false-agenda driven people are at large in America, unlike Howdy, who just wanted to make us laugh.

Michael Janton





It is so easy to retaliate the innate love of indoctrinated nothing when anyone with an ounce of sense makes them out to be lacking any IQ whatsoever. I am really worried for our once-great country because these types of people are actually believed by a surprising number of our citizens.

I am specifically speaking of Don Iliff’s letter (March 9) paragraph 2, concerning Trump and Larry Richards all in one sentence … so stupid!

Iliff’s last paragraph also is a humdinger. This is a wonderful quote except in place of “evangelicals” should be “many liberals who are running scared and who know how to lie beautifully,” to finish the paragraph. Don, it fits you perfectly.

Don, you are critical of Richard’s letter concerning Christianity. But why then, in paragraph 3, do you approve all the laws and opinions of the Supreme Court that are against Christians? These are mostly outgrowths of civil rights decisions.

Be careful, Don, your ultra-liberal indoctrination against Christians is showing. I, as a Christian, will pray for you.

Ralph Anderson