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September 11th, 2019
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By: David French – nationalreview.com – September 10, 2019 There are two competing American tribes that have an immense amount in common. They both loathe mass shootings and grieve for lives lost. They both propose plans to protect innocent life. They both seek to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous individuals. Yes, they have profound differences, but their motivations and...
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September 6th, 2019
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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 6th, 2019
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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 4th, 2019
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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 4th, 2019
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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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August 30th, 2019
AOC electoral college Dissent
By: Tara Ross – dailysignal.com – August 27, 2019 Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez loves to hate on the Electoral College. Once again, she has the nation up in arms about America’s unique presidential election system. The Electoral College, the New York Democrat said on Instagram last week, is a “scam” that “effectively weighs white voters over voters of color.” Then on Friday afternoon,...
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August 30th, 2019
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By: Fred Lucas – dailysignal.com – August 29, 2019 Veterans gave Vice President Mike Pence a standing ovation on Wednesday when he told them about the Trump administration’s reversing of the bans on religious symbols in veterans hospitals, declaring flatly, “The Bible stays.” Pence was discussing specifically a New Hampshire lawsuit when he addressed the 101st American Legion National Convention in Indianapolis in...
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August 23rd, 2019
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By: Timothy Meads – townhall.com – August 22, 2019 New York Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recently trashed the electoral college on her Instagram Live, saying that the system used to determine the president of the United States every four years is racist and disproportionately advantageous for white people. Tara Ross, author of Regnery’s The Indispensable Electoral College: How the Founders’ Plan...
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August 23rd, 2019
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By Maureen Collins – adflegal.org – August 19, 2019 When Blaine Adamson considers which projects his shop will take on, he doesn’t look at who the customer is – he looks at the message he is being asked to print. As the owner of Hands On Originals, a promotional printing business in Lexington, Kentucky, Blaine serves everyone. But he can’t print...
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August 23rd, 2019
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By: The Editorial Board – wsj.com – August 18, 2019 Supreme Court precedent travels fast. Less than two months ago the Justices ruled 7-2 that a 40-foot stone war memorial, the Peace Cross in Bladensburg, Md., could stay standing on public ground, despite its religious symbolism. Now a federal appeals court has applied that logic to save a 75-year-old county seal....
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