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The Fight for Small Government

While conservatives and liberals disagree on any number of small, headline-worthy issues, the crux of the argument usually comes down to one fundamental difference of opinion. Liberals believe that the federal government should play a greater role in the lives of Americans, and conservatives believe quite the opposite. When it comes to almost any issue, this disagreement can be found ...

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How The Left Is Ruining the War on Terror

In the months following 9/11, the American perspective on the new War on Terror was simple. Islamic extremism had to be defeated, and we would go to the ends of the Earth to see it crushed beneath American military might. As the years went on, of course, our mission became divided. It became diluted. And the left began humming a ...

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Museum Prepares for Washington’s New Gun Law

In an election that saw conservatives celebrating the newly-red electoral map, a few less-than-wonderful referendums managed to find popularity with the public. The worst of all was probably Washington state’s Initiative 594, a sweeping gun control law that is already having some unintended consequences. Case in point: the Lynden Pioneer Museum has decided to remove eleven World War II-era rifles ...

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Condoleezza: Opponents of School Choice Are Racist

Appearing on Fox News Radio’s “Kilmeade & Friends” Monday, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice dropped a bomb on opponents of education reform that puts more power in the hands of parents. Rice said that it was an example of race relations and how twisted the arguments have become. She pointed the finger at liberals who go to bat for ...

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Schools Teaching Warped Version of Bill of Rights

In approximately 30 percent of the nation’s public and private schools, a publication called Studies Weekly helps augment the assigned texts. Carrying the moniker of “America’s new textbook,” Studies Weekly covers math, science, social studies, and other subjects in a regularly-distributed newspaper format. The problem? The publication – proud to be aligned with Common Core standards – is teaching kids ...

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D.C. Still Circumventing 2nd Amendment

After a federal judge ruled in July that Washington D.C.’s ban on handgun carry was unconstitutional, opponents of 2nd Amendment restrictions were thrilled. Finally, the nation’s capital could set an example for the rest of the country. Finally, the Constitution – housed downtown at the National Archives Building – would be upheld. Well, city officials have done everything in their ...

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Obama Did Not Consult Pentagon Before Launching Airstrikes

With the war against ISIS still producing inconsistent results, many are starting to question what kind of strategy the Department of Defense produced when recommending the airstrikes-only method. Now, according to a Freedom of Information Act request, it turns out that the White House didn’t bother to consult military leaders at all. Obama took quite a bit of grief back ...

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Our Freedoms Are In Decline – Time for Change

According to the most recent edition of the Economic Freedom of the World Report, the U.S. sits at 9th when it comes to protection of person and property. This is quite the decline, considering we ranked #1 in 1980. We dominated the chart for the next twenty years, but Bush’s Patriot Act put a quick end to that. With Obama ...

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John Kerry Still on Bush Apology Tour

Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday that the U.S. had to take a different approach to world affairs than it had in the past as he defended the administration’s approach to Iraq. Speaking at the Washington Ideas Forum, Kerry said that while Obama would have preferred an Iraqi government that wasn’t quite so sectarian, it wasn’t America’s business to ...

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Sacramento Cop Killer Is a Twice-Deported Illegal

It’s always somewhat infuriating to hear of a hard-working police officer killed in action, much less two of them. That fury is doubled, however, when you realize that the man who killed them shouldn’t have been in this country to begin with. Such is the case in Sacramento, where a twice-deported illegal alien named Marcelo Marquez is accused of shooting ...

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