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June 24th, 2019
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By: Gary Bower – ouramericanvalues.org – June 21, 2019 The Peace Cross Can Stay The Supreme Court’s 7-to-2 decision yesterday allowing a large cross in Bladensburg, Maryland, to remain on public land is a significant victory.  The cross was erected in 1925 in honor of 49 local heroes who gave their lives in World War I.  Kudos to Kelly Shackelford, President and...
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June 21st, 2019
Kamala Harris
By: Scott Rasmussen – townhall.com – June 20, 2019 The Democratic presidential primary debates are scheduled to begin next Wednesday and Thursday, with 10 candidates competing each night. Joe Biden enters the debates as the nominal front-runner, followed by Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg. There’s an excellent chance that things will look much different following the debates. To understand...
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June 21st, 2019
AOC
By: Matt Vespa – townhall.com – June 20, 2019 Well, it seems only those who don’t care about the Holocaust are the ones either defending or not thinking much about Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-NY) latest trip up, where she took to social media to declare that we have full-blown concentration camps on our southern border. We don’t. We have detention centers housing...
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June 19th, 2019
Trump's campaign Rally
By: Gregg Re – foxnews.com – June 18, 2019 President Trump formally launched his 2020 re-election campaign Tuesday night before a jam-packed crowd in Orlando’s Amway Center arena, and quickly unloaded on the media organizations and government actors he said tried their hardest with “everything they had” to bring down both his candidacy and presidency. To chants of “USA,” Trump took the stage after...
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June 17th, 2019
Conflict - Argument
By Rachel Alexander – stream.com – June 16, 2019 Go on Twitter. It started as a cussing match. Then turned into a fight. Now it’s turning into a brawl. Prominent conservatives are attacking each other. Some of them are the brightest minds in the movement. They should be working together, not tearing each other down. True, Twitter brings out the worst in...
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June 11th, 2019
Sohrab Ahmari
By: Sohrab Ahmari – firstthings.com – May 29, 2019 In March, First Things published a manifesto of sorts signed by several mostly youngish, mostly Roman Catholic writers, who argued that “there is no returning to the pre-Trump conservative consensus that collapsed in 2016,” that “any attempt to revive the failed conservative consensus that preceded Trump would be misguided and harmful to the...
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June 11th, 2019
Fox News Room and Logos
By: Chris Cillizza – cnn.com – June 11, 2019 For anyone who watches Fox News Channel, it’s not at all surprising that its anchors and hosts (with few notable exceptions) talk up President Donald Trump while knocking down the Democrats running against him in 2020. While that position puts Fox somewhere in the gray area between journalism and activism, it’s not exactly...
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June 4th, 2019
Van-Taylor speaks in TX Senate
By: Matthew Adams – dallasnews.com – May 21, 2019 Freshman Rep. Van Taylor of Plano is without question a conservative Republican. But watching him work the House floor, you might not know it, because he spends much of his time working the other side of the aisle. That’s not uncommon in Austin, where Taylor served in the state House and Senate...
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May 24th, 2019
VP Mike Pence gives speach
By: Jeremy Dys – dailywire.com – May 22, 2019 Reporters seem to relish any “controversy” involving Vice President Mike Pence. When that controversy comes on a Christian college campus, the media is only too eager to seize upon any fissures between the vice president and the students that he is asked to address. Sadly, when college professors egg the debate on, they...
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May 22nd, 2019
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By: Staff – kff.org – April 24, 2019 For many years, Kaiser Family Foundation has been tracking public opinion on the idea of a national health plan. Our polls have shown a modest increase in support for the idea of a national health plan (Figure 1) but relatively stable support for the federal government doing more to help provide health...
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