Mike Mustang

I believe what I say and believe I am right. Thus, the title of my column, Undeniably Right. Take it as you will, that I'm a conservative or I have a huge ego and believe I am always correct. Sometimes those things overlap, sometimes not.

Mike Rowse

Admit You Are Wrong

I'm going to listen to figure out what I'm going to admit being wrong about.

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Michigan Football Punished Without Due Process

Presumably for their coach?

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Where Are All the Jews?

Good question. Let's listen and find out.

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October 18, 2023: Nary a Mention of Its Importance

October 18, 2023, was a significant day in our history. Yet that day passed with hardly a mention of its importance to not only the American people, but the entire world. It's probably not surprising given that the significance of that day benefits America's enemies. Given the lack of truthful reporting about how America's actions have led to the situation in the Middle East, it's not surprising the propaganda arm of the federal government would ignore the events of October 18th.

There is no doubt that Joe Biden’s attempts to appease Iran by refusing to enforce nominations and unfreezing assets gave Iran the ability to train and arm Hamas, Hezbollah, and other terrorist groups in the region. Having access to over $100 billion took the focus of the grand poohbahs running Iran off of survival and allowed them to re-engage in terrorist activities.

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Sports Reflects Society: The NFL is Dying

uh-oh. I'm going to listen to find out Mike's opinion.

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Don't Forget About Climate Change

As the world focuses on the latest distraction that will take us a step closer to either a one-world order or World War III (then the one-world order), many people are ignoring the more ridiculous and drastic steps that the Biden administration is taking in the name of global warming or climate change or global cooling. We're not sure which it is because none of their predictions come true. It's time to focus again on what they are truly talking about.

NASA's analysis of satellite data has found that there is 15% more green area on our planet over the last decade. More than two million square kilometers have seen an increase in the amount of trees and other vegetation, which had previously been either bare or contained very little vegetation. This is a net increase that takes into account the clear cutting of the Amazon forest, that by the way is not progressing as fast as it was nor is it as bad as we have been led to believe.

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The Worst Kind of Media Bias

Three guesses which is the worst kind. I'm listening to find out.

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There Is More To Hamas' Attack, Much More

It saddens me to see the demonstrations in support of the terrorist attacks upon Israel taking place in our country. The indoctrination, especially of our young people, has prevented them from knowing all of the facts about the Palestinian and Israel relationship as well as who Hamas and other terror groups really are.

To compare the relationship between the Israelis and Palestinians to the apartheid policies of the South African government is a lie. Not a misrepresentation or interpretation of the facts, it is an outright lie designed to create an emotional picture in the outside world that can be used to garner support terrorist activities.

Palestinians and Israelis have not only coexisted peacefully in the West Bank area but they live together, they work together, their children go to school together. Palestinians enter Israel every day to go to work. They can also own businesses in Israel. Local schools admit Arab students, it's not unusual for 40% of the student body to be Arab. As usual the people get along, while others with an agenda create the division and hatred.

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