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Pope Calls Out Trump for Immigration Stance

In a thinly veiled statement this week Pope Francis called out Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for his stance against illegal immigration. On the plane ride back to the Vatican after visiting Mexico, reporters asked Pope Francis about Trump’s plans to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico to stop the influx of illegal … Continue reading “Pope Calls Out Trump for Immigration Stance”

Black Lives Matter Activist Kills Himself on the Steps of Ohio Statehouse

Black Lives Matter activist MarShawn McCarrel was pronounced dead on the steps of the Ohio Statehouse by Lt. Craig Cvetan of the State Highway Patrol this week after an apparent suicide, the Columbus Dispatch reports. No one witnessed the shooting. McCarrel was a very outspoken and public supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement — … Continue reading “Black Lives Matter Activist Kills Himself on the Steps of Ohio Statehouse”

Will Obama Serve as a Supreme Court Justice?

Obama could become a Supreme Court justice. The idea was suggested to Hillary Clinton at a recent Iowa campaign event. She seemed very excited by the suggestion, telling the crowd she “loved” the idea and would strongly consider it if elected president. “Wow, what a great idea. No one has ever suggested that to me, … Continue reading “Will Obama Serve as a Supreme Court Justice?”

D.C. Crime Bill to Pay People to Avoid Committing Crimes

You probably have been laboring under the assumption that the purpose of the justice system was to deter people from committing crime. Apparently, some legislators think otherwise. Suppose you’re a desperate inner city person living well below the poverty line and faced with the prospect of having to pay rent on time either by securing … Continue reading “D.C. Crime Bill to Pay People to Avoid Committing Crimes”

Liberal Legacy: How Will We Turn the Country Around?

As the end of Barack Obama’s presidency looms near, the debate has begun in earnest over the legacy he leaves behind. Some see him as a champion of the poor, touting Obamacare as a way for more people to have affordable access to healthcare. Others rightly cite Obamacare and other seemingly unilateral decisions as reckless–further … Continue reading “Liberal Legacy: How Will We Turn the Country Around?”

Bernie Sanders: More Frightening than Hillary? Or Not?

As it begins to look more and more like “the Bern” might have a chance to score big in at least a couple of states following his win in New Hampshire, just what would a Sanders presidency really entail? Is it a scary prospect? While some liberals now threaten to head for parts (and ports) … Continue reading “Bernie Sanders: More Frightening than Hillary? Or Not?”

Defenders of Free Speech: Conservative Students Fight Back Against PC Student Unions

Today’s college campuses are rapidly becoming anti-free speech zones as political correctness policies continue to crop up like thistle patches. But more and more students are fighting back against the totalitarian tide. We took a moment to wonder, how are they not yet expelled? It’s true that student unions are running the show these days … Continue reading “Defenders of Free Speech: Conservative Students Fight Back Against PC Student Unions”

Obama’s Latest Budget Buster

On February 9, President Obama will release his final 2017 budget plan, and one of the most controversial line items is a $10 per barrel “fee” on crude oil. With his time in office nearing an end, the President is taking all opportunities to push his climate change agenda, which he clearly made a top … Continue reading “Obama’s Latest Budget Buster”

The GOP Presidential Nomination Rules Are Unfair To Conservatives

Picture this. There are only two candidates for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination in 2016. One is a true-red conservative. The other is an establishment Republican, a RINO (Republican In Name Only) to many conservatives. During the campaign for the nomination, the conservative wins the primaries and caucuses in the Red states by landslide margins, … Continue reading “The GOP Presidential Nomination Rules Are Unfair To Conservatives”

The Road Ahead for Trump Post-Iowa: How Rocky Does It Get?

The results are in. Following poll after poll and pundit after pundit predicting a great victory in the Iowa Presidential Caucuses, Donald Trump was handed the first election surprise of 2016 by coming in second to rival Ted Cruz by 3.3 percentage points. This was despite Trump’s own prediction of a huge win in the … Continue reading “The Road Ahead for Trump Post-Iowa: How Rocky Does It Get?”


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