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The Misuse of 'Constitutionality' in Civil Debate

Among the most prominently and widely used criticisms levied at our federal government these days is characterizing an action of the president or Congress “unconstitutional.”  But what does that really mean? Continue Reading....

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Justice for Bill O’Reilly

O’Reilly’s case is a microcosm of a trend in America that the “wronged” woman must always be right, and the “wronging” man must always be wrong.  Continue Reading....

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The Bush Family Conundrum

Decent people who made some terrible mistakes. Continue Reading....

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NY Times public editor lets slip the awful truth

It’s satisfying to have our suspicions confirmed. Continue Reading....

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Emmanuel Macron, the French establishment’s version of an outsider

Macron does not pass the smell test. Continue Reading....

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US Citizenship test requires understanding of only 64 words

It is very easy for someone to study for this test, pass easily, and yet lack the vocabulary to even understand “See Spot Run.” Continue Reading....

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Next Saturday, a moment of Pure Trump

The media have just been played. Continue Reading....

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Hold the celebrity enablers of Venezuela's hellhole accountable

Venezuela is a grotesque gangster thug regime. Where are the celebrities who told us over the years how great this socialist regime really was? Continue Reading....

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Lord Palmerston, Assad, and Others: Time to Get Real

To the people obsessed with the Russia and Syria situations: there are bigger fish to fry. Continue Reading....

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Britain's Theresa May Takes the Lead

Is the prime minister Making Britain Great Again? Continue Reading....

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