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Subsidizing our own divide: Media Matters, National Review and the fleecing of the American taxpayer

May 15, 2016
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Subsidizing our own divide:  Media Matters, National Review and the fleecing of the American taxpayer

Whether you are on the left, right or living the Life of Riley in that magical, mystical “middle” of the political spectrum I think there is one thing that we can all agree on: America is more divided today than at any time since at least the late 1960’s and possibly even the prelude...

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An 8 member SCOTUS will not destroy the Republic

February 28, 2016
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An 8 member SCOTUS will not destroy the Republic

Now that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has thrown down his “not a snowball’s chance in hell” gauntlet regarding an Obama Supreme Court nominee we’re going to get a ring side seat as to just how deep a hole can get.  (As a kid digging my own I never made it to China but...

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BLM has become the tyranny Founders overthrew

January 10, 2016
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BLM has become the tyranny Founders overthrew

If you were the President of a public relations firm hired to promote our Founding Father’s ideal of a small and limited federal government the absolute last person you would want as your public representative would be one Ammon Bundy. Bundy, one of father Cliven’s clan of 2014 Nevada standoff fame, decided last weekend...

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Why do liberals demand I hate Obama?

November 29, 2015
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Why do liberals demand I hate Obama?

If I had to identify one single theme that runs through the most animated critics of this column it is “Why do you hate President Obama so much?” And when they find themselves answering their own question that too has a single theme: “I must be a racist”. While both assumptions could not be...

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Oath of office supersedes Obama’s wants

November 22, 2015
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Oath of office supersedes Obama’s wants

In the over two centuries since the United States established itself as a representative Republic, only 44 of its citizens have had the privilege, and the responsibility, to hold the position of chief executive officer. And each on has repeated the same 35 words: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully...

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U.S. Constitution: Four pages that changed the world

September 20, 2015
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U.S. Constitution: Four pages that changed the world

At only 4 pages it can be read in less than half an hour, yet the depth and breadth of its impact on the human condition is immeasurable.  228 years ago this past Thursday the United States Constitution was approved by state delegates and sent forth from Philadelphia for ratification by their respective state...

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