Cherie Zaslawsky column
Cherie Zaslawsky
Cherie Zaslawsky is a writer, freelance editor, and private educator/teacher/writing coach for high school students, as well as a confirmed Constitutionalist who nevertheless lives in California. Her work appears at Renew America, News with Views, Lew Rockwell, American Thinker, Canada Free Press, WND, The Published Reporter, Stupid Frogs, The Post & Email, and more.





The knights of Senator Johnson’s round table
Cherie Zaslawsky
June 29, 2022

The one and only good I see coming out of the Covid Plandemic and catastrophic, quasi-mandatory vaccine policies, is that we’re seeing some Americans emerging . . .


Make America Florida: The case for DeSantis
Cherie Zaslawsky
June 13, 2022

Many people I know have left California for what they consider greener—I mean redder—pastures: red states free of most of the lunacy in the “woke” . . .


Pandemic monkeyshines
Cherie Zaslawsky
May 24, 2022

While Bill Gates trumpeted his so-called “Decade of Vaccines” in 2010—apparently given a new lease on life with Covid—he’s been understandably quieter . . .


Dr. Scott W. Atlas: An American hero
Cherie Zaslawsky
April 24, 2022

In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act. –George Orwell They say crises bring out the best and the worst in people. . . .


Vladimir Putin: Russia’s Trump?
Cherie Zaslawsky
March 7, 2022

And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars…. –Matthew 24: 6-8 Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin could not be more different, in myriad ways. But they . . .


Trump Trumped
Cherie Zaslawsky
January 8, 2022

Since Trump’s recent public appearances where he touted the Covid vaccines that his administration fast-tracked, the internet’s been percolating with . . .


The unmasking of Dr. Mengele Fauci
Cherie Zaslawsky
November 8, 2021

Irony of ironies: members of the feckless GOP that not only stood by while Dr. Snake Eyes brought America to her knees through bizarre, uncalled-for  . . .


America’s Hitlerian Henchmen
Cherie Zaslawsky
October 21, 2021

When describing the evils of the Nazi regime, we tend to focus on Hitler himself. And though we can place the responsibility for the Holocaust squarely on his . . .


Preaching beyond the choir
Cherie Zaslawsky
October 13, 2021

Those of us who write for NewsWithViews and assorted Conservative and Libertarian journals are essentially preaching to the choir, which, by the way, I believe . . .


The Covid McGuffin
Cherie Zaslawsky
June 25, 2021

The brilliant director Alfred Hitchcock often used the term "McGuffin" to describe one of his favorite plot devices—an object or event that set the plot in . . .


A requiem for QAnon
Cherie Zaslawsky
May 31, 2021

A sign that we’re still in the proverbial fog of war is that theories of all manner of plots and plans abound, giving people hope that even though things look . . .


Dr. Anthony S. Fauci: America’s Angel of Death
Cherie Zaslawsky
May 14, 2021

“That one may smile, and smile, and be a villain.” –Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 5 Hollywood celebrities recently honored Dr. Fauci with an award for  . . .


Never in America—right?
Cherie Zaslawsky
April 20, 2021

In a recent broadcast, Tucker Carlson featured a story destined to send shockwaves throughout America. In discussing Canada’s new policy of mandatory . . .


2020 election post-mortem
Cherie Zaslawsky
April 18, 2021

Part 1: High Crimes and Misdemeanors Now that the putative Biden-Harris administration is going full tilt, as we catch our breath and reflect on what has . . .


How many Covid-19 vaccine deaths are acceptable?
Cherie Zaslawsky
March 23, 2021

In the early days of the controversial China Virus “pandemic,” President Trump was asked by a typically hostile MSM reporter, “How many deaths from Covid- . . .


April Fools’ Day 2021
Cherie Zaslawsky
March 11, 2021

California’s roundly despised Governor Gavin Newsom, known locally as “Gruesome,” has to win the prize for the funniest April Fools’ joke ever: He’s . . .


The New World Order’s Pied Pipers
Cherie Zaslawsky
March 2, 2021

If you’ve ever seen the quirky 1960 comic film Never on Sunday, you may remember Melina Mercouri’s character, Ilya—a free-spirited, happy-go-lucky . . .


Trump is my president!
Cherie Zaslawsky
February 23, 2021

When I watch videos online, I often read the posted comments—and on a recent occasion, I was overwhelmed by what I read. That video, uploaded January 10 by . . .


Attention, Congress: A plague on both your houses!
Cherie Zaslawsky
February 14, 2021

Americans have long felt that “something is wrong” in our country. You may remember the iconic movie Network, wherein a mysterious figure explains that . . .


The checkmating of America
Cherie Zaslawsky
January 22, 2021

We’re now learning why our Founders placed freedom of the press and freedom of speech—among other key rights—in the First Amendment in our Bill of Rights. . . .


Mr. President: You won! Don’t choke now! We’re at war!
Cherie Zaslawsky
January 8, 2021

Those with the stomach to watch the proceedings in Congress on January 6th witnessed a shameful display of cowardice, deceit, ignorance, and treasonous . . .


Ascent of the killjoys
Cherie Zaslawsky
January 4, 2021

How did you like life in 2020 America? That’s an important question, because if the Dems’ blatant theft of our election is not overturned and Biden manages . . .


Beijing Biden vs. America’s champion: Donald Trump
Cherie Zaslawsky
December 31, 2020

Let’s be honest about this: We’ve already lost the Republic. You can see this for yourself each time you put on a face mask to leave your home and stand in . . .


Trump, the reluctant war president
Cherie Zaslawsky
December 9, 2020

While the hawkish NeverTrump NeoCons bemoan the fact that President Trump has not only refused to start any new wars, he’s also been steadily bringing our . . .


America’s Color Revolution, Part 1: The election psy-op
Cherie Zaslawsky
December 3, 2020

Trump voters will never forget the shock of going to bed on November 3rd secure in the knowledge that the President had won a second term, only to awaken on . . .


America’s Color Revolution, Part 2: Seven days in December?
Cherie Zaslawsky
December 2, 2020

While there’s proof aplenty that this election was stolen from President Trump through rampant, egregious fraud, plain common sense might lead us to the same . . .


The Democrats’ coup 3.0
Cherie Zaslawsky
November 8, 2020

Many people apparently believe this election is like any other, when it is as unprecedented as the response to this year’s flu has been. Those who get all . . .


A November surprise?
Cherie Zaslawsky
October 30, 2020

Many Americans believe that what we’re witnessing today is simply a more intense form of politics as usual: Democrats vs. Republicans. If only that were so.  . . .


The Dems’ October surprise
Cherie Zaslawsky
October 16, 2020

Curiouser and curiouser. Out of the blue, just weeks before the most consequential election in American history, our indefatigable President gets sick, and a . . .


Debate post-mortem: Biden’s two-bit Trump imitation
Cherie Zaslawsky
October 6, 2020

Much has been said about the first presidential debate—which was anything but presidential. Here’s my two cents. This was not the debate people were . . .


Welcome to the Fourth Reich
Cherie Zaslawsky
May 18, 2020

Shortly after World War II ended, Americans were in shock as the horrors of the Holocaust were revealed. But they also took comfort from the fact that nothing . . .


Beware the “New Normal”
Cherie Zaslawsky
April 30, 2020

President Trump is right that we’re at war with an invisible enemy. But that enemy is most emphatically not a virus. He has been lured into fighting the wrong . . .


The last time I saw America
Cherie Zaslawsky
April 22, 2020

On March 16th of this year, I went to bed in America as usual, but woke up in Venezuela. I didn’t know it over breakfast, however. It didn’t dawn on . . .


America's pyrrhic victory
Cherie Zaslawsky
April 15, 2020

An unintended consequence of my years of reading Agatha Christie mysteries is that I learned how to separate the red herrings from the salient facts hiding . . .


Forget the vaccines – we've got a cure!
Cherie Zaslawsky
April 10, 2020

Thank goodness we have some medical giants in this country – I refer not to the limelight-loving Dr. Anthony Fauci – who have been working around . . .


America's March of Madness
Cherie Zaslawsky
April 3, 2020

One of my favorite rituals takes place on Sunday mornings in my tranquil little suburb of Menlo Park here in California. We have a lovely once-a-week outdoor . . .


Midnight in America
Cherie Zaslawsky
March 29, 2020

It is a sad commentary on American journalism that virtually no one in the media is talking about the unconstitutional violations of our rights in states like . . .


Merry Christmas from the Democrats: Don't mess with us!
Cherie Zaslawsky
December 17, 2019

The Democrats' attempt to derail Donald Trump's candidacy, followed by their ongoing Herculean effort to oust him from the White House, has become a national . . .


Donald Trump: The natural born leader
Cherie Zaslawsky
December 1, 2019

Lest we forget, a number of the 2016 candidates who ran for the presidency did not meet the requirement of natural born citizenship. The Founders created this . . .


Cheaters never prosper
Cherie Zaslawsky
November 17, 2019

If I ask my students to write about aphorisms like "crime doesn't pay" or "cheaters never prosper," they find it difficult, since they know from their own . . .


Trump derangement syndrome: A misdiagnosis
Cherie Zaslawsky
October 24, 2019

Listen to Fox News, and you'll hear phrases such as "Trump derangement syndrome" and "liberal heads are exploding" on a daily basis. Conservative newscasts . . .


The crime of having fun
Cherie Zaslawsky
March 5, 2019

It's difficult to keep up with the Left's crusades against new, presumably intolerable "offenses," giving rise to the witch hunt du jour – but one of the . . .


Jussie Smollett: The left's new poster child
Cherie Zaslawsky
February 27, 2019

Kudos to the Chicago police force. Call it poetic justice, or karma, or old-fashioned honest-to-goodness justice – Jussie got it between the eyes.  . . .


A State of the Union speech worth waiting for
Cherie Zaslawsky
February 9, 2019

I'm almost sorry for the Democrats. I said "almost." President Trump delivered a such a powerful and inspirational State of the Union address that the . . .


The Chuck & Nancy Show
Cherie Zaslawsky
January 27, 2019

After watching as much as I could stomach of the CNN video of Pelosi and Schumer trying to convince the public that President Trump had delivered a terrible, . . .


The Blasey boomerang
Cherie Zaslawsky
October 19, 2018

On Thursday, October 4th, Chuck Schumer repeated his claim that Christine Blasey Ford's uncorroborated testimony was credible, and added that she "came forward . . .


Quoth the RINOs, NeverMoore
Cherie Zaslawsky
November 26, 2017

It is perhaps no surprise that a coterie of NeverTrumpers has been quick to jump on the NeverMoore bandwagon. After all, Roy Moore shares the President's agenda . . .


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