Legacy of Hate? Americans Don’t Buy It

When it comes to the Confederate flag, Americans are almost split down the middle. According to a new CNN poll, a slim majority of 55 percent favor the flag’s removal. In the South, where the flag stands for so much more than the actual Confederacy, it’s a dead heat. But even before our “democracy” can come to a consensus on ...

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County Clerks Choose Faith Over Employment

It’s about to get tough to be a Christian in America, especially if your religious beliefs conflict with your job description. The Supreme Court didn’t just legalize gay marriage last Friday, they put the opposition on notice. The tables have turned, and the LGBT warriors are going to savor every last moment of their revenge. How this will play out, ...

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Polygamist Applies For Marriage License

Here we go. After telling us for years that our “slippery slope” arguments were absurd, liberals will have to finally admit that they were lying the whole time. Lying or ignorant. Either way, it is obvious to anyone that the legalization of gay marriage was only the first brick in the construction of a new Liberal America. In Montana on ...

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“Assume the Worst”: U.S. Braces For Terror

Strangely, seeing as how liberals have been telling us for months that the real terrorists are white, right-wing extremists, U.S. officials are bracing themselves for a possible ISIS-inspired attack over the July 4th weekend. Not a Waco-inspired attack. Not a Tea Party-inspired attack. An ISIS-inspired attack. Curious that federal officials would put all of this effort into combating domestic Islamic ...

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Obama Administration Makes Historic Land Grab

For anyone who believes that personal property may one day become a thing of the past in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency has just done something that will bolster their theory. This week, the EPA announced the finalization of the Clean Water Rule, a new series of regulations that would put all tributaries under the authority of the ...

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Religious Conservatives Face New American Reality

At churches across the country, Christian pastors are deeply concerned about the future of religious freedom in America. After the devastating ruling from the Supreme Court, many religious conservatives see dark times ahead. “Welcome to the new world,” said Roy Moore, Alabama’s Supreme Court Chief Justice on Sunday. “It’s just changed for you Christians. You are going to be persecuted.” ...

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Women Against Islam: SPLC Names Offenders

Ah, is there a more corrupt yet bizarrely respected institution in America than the Southern Poverty Law Center? The organization is purely political in nature, but it is treated by the mainstream media with a weight they would never afford to, say, the Heritage Center. No, the SPLC is treated as though it is an authority on hate, for no ...

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Border Surge: No One Was Sent Back

According to data from the Executive Office of Immigration Review, approximately 96 percent of the Central Americans who were apprehended at the border last year are still in the United States. The data, which comes straight from the Justice Department, proves that the Obama administration has taken few steps to deport America’s freshest illegal aliens. Of the 77,000+ illegals who ...

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Senators Want to Expand Background Checks

The call for stricter gun control has been in the air since the shooting at a church in Charleston, South Carolina. We’ve heard it from the president, we’ve heard it from Hillary Clinton, and now we’re hearing it from Senators Joe Manchin (D-W.Va) and Pat Toomey (R-Pa). Appearing at a reception Tuesday night where Toomey was honored by the families ...

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Americans Fleeing Taxes in Extraordinary Numbers

According to a new CNBC analysis, Americans are leaving high-tax states in droves. By looking at a combination of tax figures and moving company records, the financial channel has determined that states with the highest taxes are also seeing the biggest net migration out of town. CNBC found that states like Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, and Massachusetts have seen ...

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