The Illogic and Immorality of Internal Hatred of Jews »

by Dr. Miklos K. Radvanyi

Today, a limitless number of fatalistically misguided misanthropic minorities with ubiquitously hateful pseudo-political ideologies violently squall for the absolute transformation of the world into anarchistically destructive miniature tribal entities. These self-absorbed egomaniac dwarf tyrants who only care about satisfying their own perverse desires at the expense of even their closest kin are, in reality, the products of sick ideologies that call for the merciless destruction …

Dr. Rand Paul: It Is Time to Reconsider Unscientific COVID Mandates »

By Doctor Rand Paul

I think we can all agree the Senate wouldn’t function very well without the pages.

The very first Senate page was a nine-year-old boy named Grafton Hanson who was appointed by Daniel Webster back in 1829.  Back in those days, the pages had to refill ink wells and clean out spittoons.

Things have changed a little bit around here since then. The work isn’t quite as …

Our Constitution Doesn’t Take a Holiday  »

by Horace Cooper   Americans enjoyed their Thanksgiving time with family last week and simultaneously discovered a special treat.   In a per curiam opinion the Supreme Court sided with the religiously faithful against unfair regulation by the state of New York.     In Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, New York v. Cuomo the Supreme Court granted a restraining order which prevents New York Gov. Cuomo’s Executive Order 202.68 – a coronavirus directive…

Unions and BLM Activists Feign Support for Blacks »

By Council Nedd

During the Obama Administration, America saw its lowest labor force participation rates since the Carter era. While all groups suffered, blacks suffered disproportionately.

Yet there was nary a peep from the budding Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement back then.

And as jobs in the manufacturing sector left America for China – jobs that paid well and provided great benefits to blacks and whites alike – many union …

International Trade Is a Critical Part of America’s Economic Strength: Forfeiting Exports Only Benefits Our Competitors »

by George Landrith

International trade is a critical growth engine for the nation’s economic strength and prosperity.  Today, we’re at several crossroads with many of our largest trading partners to ensure the U.S. is not unfairly disadvantaged in the global marketplace.  As the Administration confronts these issues — including at a highly anticipated meeting between President Trump and China’s President Xi at the G-20 Summit this weekend – it’s vital …

Conservatives Want Prescription Drug Reform »

by George Landrith

When the Affordable Care Act was debated and passed, Americans were promised that a typical family would save $2,500 a year due to the act’s provisions. Yet, costs have continued to rise. In particular, prescription costs have been rising at an alarming rate — rocking upward by 20% from 2013 to the 2015. 

Some may assume that Americans are burned out on debating healthcare issues given the …

Monument To Hubris In The Arizona Desert »

by George Landrith

I don’t know if the ancient language of Arizona’s Tohono O’odham Native American tribe includes a word for “hubris” — defined as excessive pride or self-confidence, with synonyms like “arrogance” and “deceit.”

Regardless of whether they have an equivalent word for hubris, the Tohono O’odham Nation (TON) leaders have proven themselves masters of the concept.  And the casino they plan to open December 20th in the Phoenix …

More “smidgens” of IRS corruption »

by Ed Rogers  •     

Anyone paying attention to the Internal Revenue Service scandal has been waiting for the next smidgen to drop. Well, two more hit pretty hard this week. At the president’s next encounter with the media, I will scream collusion if no one asks him for his exact definition of a “smidgen,” and if he thinks he has seen a smidgen of corruption yet. At this point, only …

The Government slow-down: A case study in bad faith politics and failed leadership »

by George Landrith

The Obama administration continues to play politics and operate in perpetual campaign mode, rather than lead or govern. Obama has shutdown portions of the government and even private property owned by American citizens not because the law requires it, but because he sees a political advantage in doing it and then blaming his adversaries. He knows that the mainstream media will gleefully assist him in this endeavor …

Weak and Mindless Public Discourse: How do you feel about it? »

by George Landrith

The question Left of center is, “How do you feel about it?” How do you feel about ObamaCare? How do you feel about gun violence? Do you feel that the rich pay their fair share? Feelings are legitimate, but they apply to relationships and people, not public policy issues. I love my family. But I think about public policy.

Sadly, too many Americans “feel” about public policy …

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