Extralegal Law

JusticeThumbby Anniel   7/10/14
This is not a book review, but is rather about something that was brought up during an interview with Philip Hamburger, Professor of Law at Columbia Law School, and author of a new book entitled Is Administrative Law Unlawful, University of Chicago Press, 2014. More » • (1156 views)

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The True Nature of Islam

Islamby Bill Kassel   7/9/14
What is the true nature of Islam — peaceful, or warlike? That’s a reasonable question which has been asked many times in the years since 9/11, though I don’t think it’s been decisively answered. More » • (3228 views)

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An Angry Republican

AngryRepublicanby Leigh Bravo   7/8/14
I recently had someone accuse me of sounding like an “angry Republican,” based simply on the facts that I have researched and written in my articles on my blog. As a result, I have decided to write a response to this accusation and set the record straight! More » • (1932 views)

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Wearing Blinkers

Blinkersby Anniel   7/7/14
In the past, reins controlling dray horses were equipped with blinkers on the bridle so the horses could only look forward and not become distracted from their work. Blinkers also prevented the horses from being frightened and bolting if they perceived danger in their surroundings. More » • (2769 views)

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Responsible To Remember

OldFlagby Pat Tarzwell   7/7/14
Two hundred and thirty-eight years ago a group of men gathered in Philadelphia on a hot summer afternoon while their fellow countrymen were engaged up north in what they thought was a Civil War. More » • (1865 views)

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Muslim Kills Teacher in Front of Class

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   7/7/14
It was headlining AOL on Friday, a story about a woman stabbing a schoolteacher to death in front of a class of five and six-year-olds. The gruesome and bloody crime occurred in the southern French town of Albi; the victim was a 34-year-old mother of two. More » • (1224 views)

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Politics and The Christian Church

TheCrossby Patricia L. Dickson   7/6/14
Whenever the subject of politics and religion comes up, some individuals wish to believe that the two are not connected. Yet, many people are concerned with the speed of America’s moral collapse. More » • (2704 views)

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Lies: the New Truth?

FlukeSby Leigh Bravo   7/3/14
Sandra Fluke. Who is she? Do you know what she stands for?  What do you know about her qualifications? What does she have to do with Hobby Lobby? Does she speak the truth or does she tell Lies; the new truth? More » • (1305 views)

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The Cure

memorial-day-images-2014-7by Katherine Leicester   7/3/14
“Out of depths of sorrow and sacrifice will be born again the glory of mankind.” – Winston Churchill, June 12, 1941  •  America is “the Kardashian nation” says Chris Widener, unable to focus on anything but the shiny and the trivial. More » • (1227 views)

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Border Control Past and Present

IllegalAlienby Timothy Lane   7/1/14
I had a column (literally; the first of 8 in the article) on the issue of immigration in FOSFAX 214 in 2007 which I was checking out this evening after listening to some of the discussion of the issue on Fox News. More » • (950 views)

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Redskins: What’s in a Name Anyway?

Redskinsby Leigh Bravo   7/1/14
The Washington Redskins lost their trademark after a federal agency ruled that the football team’s name was “disparaging to Native Americans.”  •  In October of 2013, President Obama made statements regarding the Washington Redskins More » • (1322 views)

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Obama’s Illogic for the Gullible

Obamaby Jerry Richardson   7/1/14
On Friday June 27, 2014, President Barack Obama uttered the following words—a statement breathtakingly unanchored-in-reality: More » • (929 views)

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