Selecting a Nominee: Why Not Laura?

Lauraby Jon N. Hall    8/3/15
Democrats are obsessed with firsts, as in first African-American president, first female president, first gay president, first transgendered president, etc. How about first non-American president? How about a foreigner like the U.K.’s Daniel Hannan or Nigel Farage for president? More » • (1440 views)

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Surrender Like a Boy Scout

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke8/3/15
There has been much written about the Boy Scouts of America’s recent acceptance of openly homosexual scout masters. The organization has been raked over the coals by the right and accused of offering only a half-measure by the left. More » • (869 views)

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Desperate Democrats and Voter Fraud in 2016

VoterFraudby FJ Rocca8/3/15
In response to a recent article saying that Obama was voted in twice by low information voters, I offer a second opinion. I suggest that it wasn’t entirely stupidity, but guilt… white Liberal guilt, to be exact. More » • (1238 views)

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Bi-Polarizing Trump

Trumpby C. Edmund Wright   7/28/15
Without a doubt, Donald Trump has done the conservative base some tremendous favors recently. He instinctively understands the mood of the country on key issues and is tapping into the anger at all of Washington More » • (4816 views)

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The Dangers of Aesthetic Relativism

Relativismby FJ Rocca7/27/15
In the current culture of moral relativism, what is good and right is often determined by popularity, the excuse being that anything is good if it is accepted. This is a distortion of the philosophy of Pragmatism, which actually does not say that everything is morally equal because situations in which actions occur differ. More » • (1689 views)

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A Legal Argument Can Be Made Against Abortion

Abortion3by FJ Rocca7/26/15
In 1973, the Supreme Court held that abortion was legally the choice of every woman, regardless of her reasons for wanting to have an abortion. Specifically, the Court said that the only balancing argument was whether the abortion took place before or after the fetus had achieved “viability,” More » • (1077 views)

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The Limits of State Power

AndyMcCarthyby John Kirke7/21/15
An Open Letter to Andrew C. McCarthy  •  Author’s Note:  At least in earthly matters, I believe in what Robert Maynard Hutchins describes as “the Great Conversation,” the dialogue that spans the ages More » • (833 views)

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President Surrenders Flag To Our Enemies

BurkaFlagby Leigh Bravo7/21/15
We have watched President Obama honor plenty of fallen Americans, but the majority of them just happen to be crooks, thieves, illegal aliens or followers of Islam!  What happened to honoring our fallen Military? The men and women who fight for our freedoms. More » • (775 views)

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How the Country Became So Divided

DividedNation2by Tim Jones7/18/15
And Why its Destined to Stay that Way  •  The deconstruction of language that began with the two French philosophers, Michael Foucalt and Jacques Derrida, opened up everything to interpretation. That in turned opened up meaning to be determined by whatever one wants it to be. More » • (1757 views)

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New Class Structure in America

RulingClassby FJ Rocca7/16/15
The Liberal Democrats encourage class warfare among the rich and the poor. They treat these groups as though they were collective masses of humanity, one mass poised against another. More » • (839 views)

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A Criminal Haven For Our Enemies under Obama

Skeletonby Leigh Bravo7/16/15
President Obama and Secretary of State, John Kerry agreed and signed a deal with Iran. Although just yesterday, Iran citizens and their leader were burning the American flag and shouting death to America and death to Israel. More » • (1578 views)

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The Presidential Primary System and What to Do About It

democracy-voteby Jon N. Hall    7/15/15
The following article appeared at GOPUSA on Oct 19, 2009. It’s no longer up there, as far as I can tell. Given the political season we’re in, the central idea, which I still believe in, is timely. More » • (2419 views)

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