Opinion

The Iran nuclear deal is unwritten, but it’s the best we can do, Obama assures

The Iran nuclear deal is unwritten, but it’s the best we can do, Obama assures

on April 20, 2015, 10:18 AM / in International News, Opinion

  BY ANDREW MALCOLM / Investors.com Remember the hundreds of thousands of new jobs certain to erupt by 2010 thanks to $1 trillion in extra Obama administration spending? Remember how President Obama vowed swift justice to the murderers of four helpless Americans in Benghazi? Remember how you can keep your doctor and health insurance under ObamaCare? Remember how Obama promised […]

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Congressman Ellison and Jefferson’s Koran

Congressman Ellison and Jefferson’s Koran

on April 20, 2015, 10:15 AM / in National News, Opinion

by Dr. Stephen M. Kirby On January 4, 2007, newly elected Congressman Keith Ellison made history. He became not only the first Muslim to be elected to the United States Congress, but he also took the ceremonial oath of office holding his hand on the Koran that had been owned by Thomas Jefferson. Dozens of television cameras, including one from […]

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TFA News Update

TFA News Update

on April 20, 2015, 7:25 AM / in Opinion, State News

Is the just enacted “Parks” bill a great solution or just another confusing misfire in the battle to remove the infringements on the 2nd Amendment in Tennessee? Tennessee has had a Republican super majority controlling the legislature for 5 years and a Republican governor.  Despite that, very little real progress has been made on 2nd Amendment issues in the last […]

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A U.S.-Russia War Over Ukraine?

A U.S.-Russia War Over Ukraine?

on April 20, 2015, 7:07 AM / in Opinion

“Could a U.S. response to Russia’s action in Ukraine provoke a confrontation that leads to a U.S.-Russia War?” This jolting question is raised by Graham Allison and Dimitri Simes in the cover article of The National Interest. The answer the authors give, in “Countdown to War: The Coming U.S. Russia Conflict,” is that the odds are shortening on a military […]

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Obama’s Three Premises

Obama’s Three Premises

on April 20, 2015, 6:24 AM / in National News, Opinion

Editor’s Note: Based on President Obama’s actions of the past seven years, one can surmise that his worldview is based on three major premises. Based on President Obama’s actions of the past seven years, one can surmise that his worldview is based on three major premises.  His economic perspective is deliberately aimed at weakening the United States.  Thus, despite the […]

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All Cops are Liars, Liars! (& Evil, Too)

All Cops are Liars, Liars! (& Evil, Too)

on April 20, 2015, 6:18 AM / in National News, Opinion

Editor’s Note: The left lackey media starts spinning and twisting the Walter Scott shooting. My first reaction to the video of Walter Scott being shot by police officer Michael Slager was, like everybody else’s, “what a horrifying example of law enforcement malpractice.” But soon the contrarian conservatarian skeptic in me started wondering how long it would take for the left […]

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Obama Stunned When Duke’s Basketball Coach Makes This Humiliating Accusation

Obama Stunned When Duke’s Basketball Coach Makes This Humiliating Accusation

on April 19, 2015, 7:10 AM / in National News, Opinion

It’s not everyday you wake up to a story where one of the most successful men in all of sporting history decides he’s going to slam the President for being a major coward. Coach Mike Krzyzewski has led the Duke Blue Devils to 5 NCAA championships. He’s also represented the stars and stripes internationally when he served as the U.S. […]

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The California Drought and the Free Market

The California Drought and the Free Market

on April 19, 2015, 6:26 AM / in Opinion

Editor’s Note: Governor Moonbeam’s gang taking advantage of a half-contrived environmental crisis. Coming for Californians’ beef next? A long story in The Desert Sun (a Palm Springs daily) recently manufactured a lake out of a puddle in California’s perennial water problems.  Maybe it’s just Governor Moonbeam’s gang feeding propaganda to the fourth estate, but it’s a good example of how […]

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When We Lost the Winnable War

When We Lost the Winnable War

on April 19, 2015, 6:22 AM / in History, Opinion

Editor’s Note: Not only could we have won in Vietnam, but we should have. And with little to no American bloodshed. Forty years ago this April, our nation lost the Vietnam War – a war that America could easily have won, and should have.  South Vietnam had been invaded by North Vietnam, although the conflict was portrayed by communist apologists […]

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Frank Capra’s America and Ours

Frank Capra’s America and Ours

on April 18, 2015, 8:04 AM / in National News, Opinion

By John Marini ,  University of Nevada, Reno / Imprimis John Marini, a professor of political science at the University of Nevada, Reno, is a graduate of San Jose State University and earned his Ph.D. in government at the Claremont Graduate School. He has also taught at Agnes Scott College, Ohio University, and the University of Dallas. He is on […]

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TRICKY DICKY HILLARY

TRICKY DICKY HILLARY

on April 18, 2015, 7:29 AM / in Opinion

by Wayne Root  / The ROOT RANT: Special thanks to Lucy Hillary is “the one.” She is our gift from God. Mana from Heaven. The gift that keeps on giving. Conservatives should get down on their knees and thank God for Hillary. Okay, enough thanking and praying. Now let’s destroy her. I speak at business conferences all over the world […]

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A Better Plan Than College: 11 Steps to Change Your Life

A Better Plan Than College: 11 Steps to Change Your Life

on April 18, 2015, 7:06 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Dr. Sherri Tenpenny  /  EdgyTruth.com and DrTenpenny.com Special thanks to LewRockwell.com The school year is winding down. Those ending their junior year are planning summer trips to college campuses and most seniors are gearing up to head off for college this fall. Over the last few years, much has been written about the cost of this next-step education. In its most […]

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THE MEDICALIZATION OF SCHOOLS

THE MEDICALIZATION OF SCHOOLS

on April 18, 2015, 6:57 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Anita Hoge and Gen Yvette Sutton  /  Newswithviews.com What Does MEDICAID Have to do With Kline’s HR 5 and Alexander’s Reauthorization of ESEA? Legislation Source for all referenced pages Kline’s HR 5 and Senator Alexander’s Reauthorization of ESEA set up MEDICAID BILLING in schools for social, emotional, and behavioral standards using mental health DSM Codes (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual […]

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The First Patriots’ Day

The First Patriots’ Day

on April 18, 2015, 6:48 AM / in History, National News, Opinion

The Roots of the First American Revolution “If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animating contest of freedom, go from us in peace. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen!” –Samuel Adams (1776) On April 19th, we honor the anniversary of Patriots’ Day and the […]

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Taxing Patriots — Liberty v the U.S. Tax Code

Taxing Patriots — Liberty v the U.S. Tax Code

on April 16, 2015, 10:09 AM / in Opinion

The Greatest Threat to Liberty Is the Power to Tax It is no small irony that in the same week we observe Patriots’ Day — the opening salvos at Lexington and Concord to establish American Liberty — working Americans also endure the April 15th deadline to forcibly surrender a growing portion of our earned income to a gravely bloated central […]

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The PMP – How it Ruined Project Management

The PMP – How it Ruined Project Management

on April 16, 2015, 10:00 AM / in Opinion

By Stuart Hamilton / LinkIn There has always been a class of worker that is paid for their labor, not for their expertise. There is a reason they were called “laborers”. The IT professional used to be part of the workforce where they were highly skilled and earned a premium for their experience. Now employers, often while employing contract IT labor […]

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I Sweah, I do believe they are getting the Vapours!

I Sweah, I do believe they are getting the Vapours!

on April 16, 2015, 6:42 AM / in Opinion, State News

Hysteria! Madness! Assholes everywhere! Oh, the humanity!! The Tennessean, leader of left-wing thought that permeates the state’s newspapers, seems to be having a nervous breakdown over Tennessee’s ObamaCare (Medicaid) expansion efforts. How else to explain their latest conniption fit in this past Sunday’s massive page one editorial against the heathens in the legislature who dared not toe the line and […]

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New GOP Congress Pretty Much Like The Old Democrat One When It Comes To Spending

on April 16, 2015, 6:39 AM / in National News, Opinion

Via Ace of Spades Remember when Republicans were running in November and they said, “Vote for us and we’ll extend liberal spending programs like CHIP and add hundreds of billion in debt!”? Neither do I but that’s what happened last night. Read the rest here… But by all means give them the 2016 presidential election…they will really get to work then…sigh Read more from […]

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Our Kids’: Why They Are in Trouble

Our Kids’: Why They Are in Trouble

on April 16, 2015, 6:28 AM / in News, Opinion

Editor’s Notes: A new book on the unraveling of American family life sees the trees but misses the forest. If there is any doubt about the failure of the sexual revolution of the sixties, Robert Putnam’s, Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis  (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2015) overwhelmingly puts such doubts to rest. He proves that dramatic changes […]

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How to Bring Back Traditional Education

How to Bring Back Traditional Education

on April 16, 2015, 6:21 AM / in News, Opinion

Editor’s Note: It does survive, in one little alcove neglected by the Education Establishment. Traditional education has taken a real beating the last 75 years.  The entire Education Establishment lined up to demonize everything that teachers and schools had done for many thousands of years.  The result is the vastly dumbed down classrooms we have now in K-12 education. But how, at […]

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