Opinion

#NeverTrump Vs. Trump Derangement

#NeverTrump Vs. Trump Derangement

on June 25, 2017, 8:18 AM / in Opinion

by Joe Cunningham  /  RedState.com Friends, it’s about time we sat down and had a chat. For Trump apologists, as well as fervent supporters, there is this notion that there’s no difference between the #NeverTrump movement and the Trump Deranged. This is the discussion we need to have, because it’s as false as it is embarrassing. #NeverTrump is a movement I […]

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The Left is Violent….Could we please address this problem before someone gets killed?

on June 25, 2017, 6:16 AM / in National News, Opinion

The MidSouth Sentinel While Steve Scalise is recovering in a hospital, the left continues their march of hate….It’s almost too much to believe what these people are saying out in the open much less when they think no one is listening. The left has a problem with violence that needs to be addressed BEFORE someone gets killed…. The shooter of […]

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Time to Get On The Program

Time to Get On The Program

on June 24, 2017, 7:13 AM / in Announcements, National News, Opinion

Republican congress-critters who are still on the platform fretting over whether or not to jump on the Trump Train for the 2018 election cycle might want to consider not only Trump’s 4-0 string of wins in special elections this year, but, according to a report in Breitbart this week… “The Republican National Committee (RNC) raised a record $10.8 million in […]

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The Passing of the Pelosi Era

The Passing of the Pelosi Era

on June 23, 2017, 9:54 AM / in Opinion

In the first round of the special election for the House seat in Georgia’s Sixth District, 30-year-old Jon Ossoff swept 48 percent. He more than doubled the vote of his closest GOP rival, Karen Handel. A Peach State pickup for the Democrats and a huge humiliation for President Trump seemed at hand. But in Tuesday’s final round, Ossoff, after the […]

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How To Fight For Peace

How To Fight For Peace

on June 23, 2017, 9:15 AM / in Opinion

As I’ve traveled around the country making speeches at college campuses, I’ve noticed that very few young people want war. In fact, I’d say that 90 percent of the people I come into contact with are opposed to new wars. So, the question is this: If so few people seem to want war, why do we keep getting so many […]

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Florida strengthens “stand your ground” while Tennessee rejects bill to do likewise

Florida strengthens “stand your ground” while Tennessee rejects bill to do likewise

on June 23, 2017, 9:12 AM / in Opinion, State News

Some people, including the Tennessee Republican leadership of the House, Senate and most legislative committees, like to claim how strong they are on the 2nd Amendment.  TFA has called them on that delusion or intentional misrepresentation for 7 years now. It cannot be ignored that for 7 years a certain type of Republican has dominated control of the future of […]

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While some southern cities cleanse themselves of their Confederate past, others build on it

While some southern cities cleanse themselves of their Confederate past, others build on it

on June 23, 2017, 8:38 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Ben Bowles   /   Liberty Unyielding While some cities in the South condemn themselves to reliving the past by obliterating reminders of it, others remain proud of their heritage. One such city is Hanceville, Ala., whose mayor — Kenneth Nail — recently contacted New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu to inform him that the citizens of Hanceville will be happy to take unwanted Confederate statuary off […]

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Is Health Care a Right or a Privilege? One more time

on June 23, 2017, 7:35 AM / in News, Opinion

I could be wrong and would love to be corrected on this one. A caller calls into the Bill Way program “Its Your Turn” on WNWS yesterday morning and the caller asks Bill this question; Is health care is a right or a privilege? Now this is the part I am hearing second hand but the well trusted listener  wrote […]

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The Heterophobic Gender Deniers

The Heterophobic Gender Deniers

on June 22, 2017, 9:11 AM / in National News, Opinion

Gender Dysphoria and the Theater of the Absurd “In the supposed state of nature, all men are equally bound by the laws of nature…” — Samuel Adams (1794) Disgruntled liberal protagonists, short on substance for their arguments, often resort to denigrating their opponents with labels. For example, if you disagree with their “Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender” agenda, you’re “homophobic.” And if […]

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Religious Liberals Sat Out of Politics for 40 Years. Now They Want in the Game.

Religious Liberals Sat Out of Politics for 40 Years. Now They Want in the Game.

on June 22, 2017, 9:08 AM / in National News, Opinion

If you want to know whom you are opposing on issues you must understand them. This article appeared in the New York Times…. special thanks to Thomas for sharing. In Nashville, a crowd of ministers carrying palm fronds occupied the governor’s office during Holy Week, demanding the expansion of Medicaid to cover more of the uninsured. In California and 16 […]

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5 Do’s and 5 Don’ts for Health Care Legislation That Will Advance Patient and Doctor Freedom

on June 22, 2017, 8:59 AM / in National News, Opinion

The jury is still out on when exactly the U.S. Senate will commit to passing any sort of health care reform, whether repeal or replace. Some have said that resolving the issue in 2017 is unrealistic, while others are pushing for action before the summer break. Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) has long called for the full repeal of the […]

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Otto Warmbier Died of Oxygen Deprivation, Not Botulism as Claimed by His Torturers

Otto Warmbier Died of Oxygen Deprivation, Not Botulism as Claimed by His Torturers

on June 22, 2017, 8:08 AM / in International News, Opinion

The pain and grief suffered by the parents of Otto Warmbier, the American college student sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster while in North Korea last year, was evident in their statement issued Monday afternoon: It is our sad duty to report that our son, Otto Warmbier, has completed his journey home. Surrounded […]

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Maddow Blames Rain for Ossoff’s Loss

Maddow Blames Rain for Ossoff’s Loss

on June 22, 2017, 8:04 AM / in National News, Opinion, State News

Written by Keely Sharp First the darn Russians made Hillary Clinton lose the presidential election in November, 2016. Now the rain made Jon Ossoff lose the election for congress in Georgia’s 6th District. Congratulations Karen Handel. Love the #GA06 chant! pic.twitter.com/VaH3RvmiM0 — Dan Scavino Jr. (@DanScavino) June 21, 2017 What is going on? It is almost as if the universe is […]

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Here’s what I think of Karen Handel’s win in Georgia…

Here’s what I think of Karen Handel’s win in Georgia…

on June 22, 2017, 7:35 AM / in Opinion

Former Congressman Allen West analyzes the Georgia 6th District win my Republican Karen Handel. Yes, he acknowledges that it is a victory, but there is a not so subtle warning here for future suburban races. It is the political Californication of conservative urban areas by  the alt-left. There is a migration in progress that needs to be countered by the […]

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Judge Jeanine Talks To Trumpian Newt Gingrich About Enemies On The Left & Those From Within The Gate

on June 21, 2017, 7:33 AM / in National News, Opinion

BY BEN MARQUIS  /  Conservative Tribune It is undeniable that former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is one of the staunchest supporters of President Donald Trump, and has been since the primary season of the 2016 election. Most recently, Gingrich has taken to defending Trump against probable “mission creep” spinoff investigations by Special Counsel Robert Mueller stemming from the […]

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Trump budget cuts threaten programs that help Tennessee’s neediest children, officials say

on June 21, 2017, 6:39 AM / in Opinion, State News

The buzz words are all here…. children, progress, neediest, poor, health and happiness and it is spread wide to influence you as a reader to have some sort of sympathy for progressive thought. And children have become the key… the public education system was developed to give every child the opportunity to learn, it is up to child’s parents to […]

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After the ISIS War, a US-Russia Collision?

After the ISIS War, a US-Russia Collision?

on June 20, 2017, 8:49 AM / in Opinion

Sunday, a Navy F-18 Hornet shot down a Syrian air force jet, an act of war against a nation with which Congress has never declared or authorized a war. Washington says the Syrian plane was bombing U.S.-backed rebels. Damascus says its plane was attacking ISIS. Vladimir Putin’s defense ministry was direct and blunt: “Repeated combat actions by U.S. aviation under […]

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The Dignity of Being Black or Hispanic in America

The Dignity of Being Black or Hispanic in America

on June 20, 2017, 8:47 AM / in Opinion

By Erick Erickson  /  The Resurgent I am writing here about something I know nothing about and, given the demographics of this website, most of you know nothing about. I have witnessed it, but I have not experienced it. Maybe you have too — the non-white friend who is handed the luggage while standing in front of a hotel; the […]

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Nervous Rex Over Abortion Abroad

on June 20, 2017, 8:12 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Tony Perkins  /  Tennessee Watchman Cutting 28 percent of the State Department’s budget is no easy task. But Secretary Rex Tillerson got a great head start, thanks to the White House’s decision to ax billions of dollars in overseas abortion funding. Pro-lifers let out a huge cheer last month when President Trump not only reinstated the Mexico City policy […]

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Rep. Massie Offers D.C. Concealed Carry Reciprocity Bill

Rep. Massie Offers D.C. Concealed Carry Reciprocity Bill

on June 20, 2017, 6:42 AM / in National News, Opinion

Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie (R) has introduced a bill that would afford reciprocity of firearm carry permits to those from other states working in Washington, D.C. Massie, the chairman of the Second Amendment Caucus, responded to the reprehensible shooting at the congressional baseball game practice held in Alexandria, Virginia on June 14 (in which Rep. Steve Scalise [R-La.] was seriously […]

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