Monday’s Column: Protesters Without a Point

Today’s column at WorldNetDaily is about the protests last week in Olympia, Washington. Protesters sat and stood in front of military trucks to prevent them from reaching their destinations, and in the process poured concrete on railroad tracks and nearly turned a toddler into roadkill.

What did the protesters prove? Read about it in “Cuckoo’s Nest answer to Tianananmen Square,” and then return to your regularly scheduled Monday of fasting in preparation for Thursday’s L-tryptophan, pumpkin pie, Bud Light and football overdose — or is that just me?

Author: Doug Powers

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