Articles

September 6, 2019
Man holding assult rifle

By: Jim Geraghty – nationalreview.com – September 5, 2019 San Francisco Tries to Redefine the Word ‘Terrorist’ We live in a time when authorities attempt to brazenly redefine the meaning of words by sheer force of will right before our eyes: “By a unanimous vote, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors have passed a resolution declaring the National Rifle Association a domestic terrorist…

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September 6, 2019
U.S. Supreme Court bldg

By: Neil Gorsuch – nationalreview.com – September 5, 2019 Editor’s note: This article is adapted from Neil Gorsuch’s book A Republic, If You Can Keep It, which will be published this month. The separation of powers and its role in protecting individual liberty and the rule of law can sound pretty abstract. I confess it seemed that way to me in…

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September 5, 2019
Point of View Outlook May 2019

Ticking Away…The National and Personal Debt Crisis in America. Read articles by Kerby Anderson titled​ Inflation and Chuck E. Cheese, Government Debt, and Personal Debt. Warren Kelley writes about Saving America, an article about personal savings. Please register to receive the Point of View Outlook Magazine issue on Debt.

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September 5, 2019
Wal-Mart store in Williston

By David French – nationalreview.com – September 2, 2019 To see this article and others by Mr. French, click read more. Source: Walmart Gun Ban & Woke Capitalism | National Review

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September 5, 2019
Rainbow Row of Puzzle Pieces

By: Jim Denison – denisonforum.org – August 30, 2019 LGBTQ advocates have long sought evidence for the claim that same-sex sexual attraction is genetically conditioned. “God made me this way” is a common claim. If it could be proven that same-sex sexual attraction is inherited, many would find it even easier to liken homosexual persons to racial minorities and castigate those…

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September 4, 2019
DNA molecule - research

By: John Stonestreet – breakpoint.org – September 2, 2019 Nothing in our culture so clearly demonstrates the controlling power of one’s settled presuppositions like how we think and talk about sexuality. This time the topic is a new study, the largest ever done, on the relationship between genetic makeup and same-sex sexual behavior. “Research Finds Genetic Links to Same-Sex Behavior,” proclaimed…

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September 4, 2019
Satellite image of hurricane Dorian

By: Vijay Jayaraj –townhall.com – September 03, 2019 As I write at 11 a.m. Eastern Time Monday, Hurricane Dorian, with sustained winds of 155 mph—barely below Category 5—is pounding the Bahamas and moving very slowly westward, forecast to turn north later today. After crawling slowly up the Florida and Georgia coasts Tuesday through Wednesday, Dorian is forecast to turn northeast Thursday morning…

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September 4, 2019
Pop art - woman screaming

By: John Zmirak – stream.org – September 3, 2019 Even as violent crime has fallen greatly since the 1970s and 80s, Americans have been forced to process a hideous innovation. That is, widespread nihilistic mass killings. These have increased in frequency, feeding off each other. A certain kind of hopeless, vindictive young man has learned from social media. He can win…

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September 4, 2019
Man inspects a handgun

By Kevin D. Williamson – nationalreview.com – September 3, 2019 There was another massacre, this one in Midland and Odessa, Texas. As usual, tragedy was followed by stupidity. The New York Times, in its poetical mode, observed that the crime “clashed with the typically serene and dusty rural landscape of the region.” In reality, Odessa is the most dangerous city in Texas,…

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September 3, 2019
Palm tree in hurricane winds

By: John Bacon & Janine Zeitlin – USAToday.com – September 3, 2019 Hurricane Dorian diminished to Category 2 storm status Tuesday as it slowly turned to the northwest, still a historic and violent storm mercilessly pummeling the Bahamas as the U.S. East Coast anxiously awaited its approach. The latest forecasts put the hurricane farther off Florida’s east coast than previous projections. “We still have…

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August 30, 2019
AOC over the shoulder

By: Donna Zuckerberg – washingtonpost.com – August 29, 2019 Anyone who regularly expresses ideas on the Internet — especially women who express ideas critical of men — has encountered that bane of online discourse, the man who appears seemingly out of nowhere to insist on a debate. He disagrees with the sentiment expressed and is certain he can overpower the author with…

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