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November 12th, 2019
Blaine Adamson
By:  Steve West – world.wng.org – November 5, 2019 The Kentucky Supreme Court vindicated a Christian printer who didn’t want to print pro-LGBT messages, but the victory may prove hollow. The court dismissed an LGBT organization’s discrimination claims last Thursday but left significant free speech questions unanswered. Since 2012, Blaine Adamson, the owner of Lexington, Ky., print shop Hands On...
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November 8th, 2019
Trump Speaks to Crowd
By: Rebecca Klar – thehill.com – November 7, 2019 President Trump has officially appointed one in four circuit court judges as of Thursday, a milestone cheered by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who has often touted the rate of Trump’s judicial appointments. Leader McConnell ✔ @senatemajldr As of this afternoon, one in every four judges on the federal courts of appeals will...
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October 17th, 2019
Beto at Ohio debate
By: Kevin D. Williamson – nationalreview.com – October 16, 2019 Imagine one vast airport that you cannot leave. With apologies to Margaret Atwood and a thousand other dystopian novelists, we do not have to theorize about what an American police state would look like, because we know what it looks like: the airport, that familiar totalitarian environment where Americans are disarmed, stripped of...
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October 7th, 2019
Statue of Liberty
By: Hans A. von Spakovsky – heritage.org – October 4th, 2019 The propaganda, surveillance, and censorship of Big Brother in George Orwell’s novel “1984” has now arrived in New York. The city’s Commission on Human Rights recently released new legal enforcement guidelines that ban the use of the term “illegal alien” by employers, housing providers (including hotels), and law enforcement as “discriminatory.” Violators can be...
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September 26th, 2019
Pres Trump - face
By: Jim Denison – denisonforum.org – September 25, 2019 Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced this week that the House of Representatives would initiate a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. Mr. Trump could become only the fourth president in American history to face impeachment. Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were both impeached by the House but acquitted by the Senate....
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September 23rd, 2019
By: David B. Kopel – nationalreview.com – September 12, 2019 To see this articl and other byn Mr. Kopel and from National Review, click read more. The Supreme Court’s 2008 District of Columbia v. Heller decision affirmed that the Second Amendment protects an individual right to arms. Two years later, McDonald v. Chicago made that right enforceable against state and local governments. The...
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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
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 6th, 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 4th, 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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