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Schilling Forced off Air for Muslim Tweet

Former star baseball player Curt Schilling has been officially removed from the ESPN broadcast booth for the rest of the Major League Baseball season, the victim of what amounts to a code of silence when it comes to Islam. The cable network giant announced Thursday that Schilling would not only be taken off the Little League World Series but also ...

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The Lows that Anti-Gun Advocates Will Sink To

This month, the anti-gun organization that calls themselves the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence issued a memo to their followers on Twitter: If you see someone carrying a firearm in public – openly or concealed – and have ANY doubts about their intent, call 911 immediately and ask police to come to the scene. Never put your safety, or the ...

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Jefferson Davis Statue Removed From Texas Campus

For years, a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis graced the campus of the University of Texas, providing students with a daily link to our country’s divided history. That changed this week as construction crews removed the statue from its pedestal. “This is an iconic moment,” said UT Vice President Gregory Vincent. “It really shows the power of student leadership.” ...

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Strong Immigration Policy Would Save America Billions

Since Donald Trump unveiled his multi-step proposal on illegal immigration, establishment Republicans like Jeb Bush have hammered the package as too expensive and out of sync with conservative ideals. Various price tags have been attached to Trump’s proposals, some of them as high as $300 billion. That’s a tough pill to swallow for anyone who wants to see the federal ...

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Persecution: Chick-fil-A Unwelcome in Denver

It was the comment heard round the world. In 2012, Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy said that he believed “the biblical definition of the family unit” did not leave room for same-sex marriage. After the Supreme Court struck down statues in 2013 that defined marriage as being between one man and one woman, Cathy took to his Twitter account: “Sad day ...

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Trump Releases Plan to Overhaul Immigration

Even people not normally into politics have been caught up in the unprecedented campaign of one Donald Trump. Outrageous, unfiltered, and unlike any politician we’ve seen in modern times, Trump has shocked the Beltway by rising to the top of the Republican primaries. But what is more shocking is how the controversial real estate magnate has grown into his candidacy. ...

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Kentucky Clerk Defies Court, Refuses Gays

Kentucky’s Kim Davis is quickly becoming a rallying figure for proponents of religious freedom. Davis, a clerk with Rowan County, decided that she would no longer issue marriage licenses after the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage. She insisted that she could not square that task with her deeply held religious convictions, a dilemma that thousands – if not millions – ...

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Free Speech Controversy at Christian College

If you haven’t seen the recent flap over a Texas Christian University student’s Twitter controversy, it’s worth looking into. In a country where liberal colleges both public and private are hiring radical extremists as professors, conservatives must keep an ear to the ground. Whether you are attending school yourself, have kids going into college, or are simply concerned about the ...

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Idaho Protestors Vow “Defiance Against Tyranny”

About 100 residents of Priest River, Idaho gathered in solidarity Thursday evening after reports surfaced that the VA was planning to confiscate a local veteran’s firearms. The veteran in question – former Navy man John Arnold – was reportedly sent a letter from the VA office warning him that he was not allowed to possess or purchase guns of any ...

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Obama Vows Bigger Carbon Cuts

Republican governors across the country are already planning to either ignore the EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan regulations or file suit against the federal government, but word comes now that those regulations will be even worse than expected. According to senior administration officials, the final rules will cut greenhouse gases 32 percent, a jump from the previous 30 percent figure. ...

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