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The Easy Three-Step Process of Liberalism

Behind the “government can do anything” tenet that allows the Democratic Party to go out and collect funds, there is a simpler constitution to the belief system that is liberalism. One of the reasons it has infected our modern-day culture to such an extent is that it is the lazy, cowardly approach to life. You don’t actually have to know ...

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Saving Republicans From Themselves

Monday night, Texas Representative Randy Weber managed to derail what was until then a very successful round of criticism against the White House. For one of the few times in recent memory, this was a story the mainstream media actually picked up on, and not just as a way to talk about “them crazy conservatives.” President Obama’s failure to attend ...

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The Ominous Story of Donald Montgomery

If you proclaim allegiance to Islam and Marxism, fight endlessly for the destruction of everything the United States stands for, and practice the kind of political thuggery common to Chicago, they’ll put you in the White House. If you serve your country with distinction, dedicate your life to standing on the thin blue line between criminals and civilized society, and ...

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Al Qaeda Claims Paris Attack

When the dust cleared on last Wednesday’s bloody shooting in the Paris offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, many pundits saw it as another example of so-called “lone wolf” terrorism of the sort seen in Canada, Ft. Hood, New York City, and Sydney. The threat of Muslims radicalized by what they see on social media is a growing one, according ...

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But What About Right-Wing Terrorists?

Every time. Every damn time. No matter what the circumstances, how vile the attack is, or how indefensible the actions of Islamic terrorists, liberals will find a way to turn it back on America. The disgusting murder of 12 people in Paris on Wednesday united much of the Western world in support of free speech, bravery in the face of ...

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The Boehner Revolt – Republicans Want Leadership

This week, House Republicans voted John Boehner in as Speaker of the House once again, but the election was not without considerable controversy. A growing number of conservatives feel that Boehner has failed them, drawing the GOP further and further to the left instead of standing up to President Obama’s liberal agenda. 20 Republicans voted against putting Boehner back in ...

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We Need Stronger Second Amendment Education

For years, liberals have inched their way towards public school domination in this country. Even under Republican administrations, school curricula have veered to the left, changing what teachers teach in subtle ways intended to indoctrinate politically as much as educate. It’s time to start fighting back, and the Second Amendment is as good a place to start as any. South ...

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Is the Second Amendment Misinterpreted?

According to a recent op-ed in the Huffington Post, the weakest pro-gun argument “is the constitutional one.” Writer Nick Desai cites former Chief Justice Warren Burger to buttress his claim that the common interpretation of the right to bear arms is a “fraud.” It was never meant to protect private gun rights, and the only people who think it does ...

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Reporter Sues Justice Department for Illegal Surveillance

Former CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson has become a right-wing media darling in recent months, even though she is hardly a conservative herself. Simply by being one of the few American journalists willing to investigate the Obama administration, she has endeared herself to millions who are sick and tired of the liberal news conglomerate covering up for this president at every ...

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San Francisco Schools Offer Ferguson Curriculum

According to the San Francisco Examiner, five teacher librarians on the West Coast have decided that now is a good time to start teaching kids about Ferguson and the Black Lives Matter movement. To that end, they’ve created an online curriculum filled with documents from the Ferguson grand jury, videos, poetry, lesson plans, and links to publications like The Atlantic. ...

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