Texas Secession Debate Gets Serious

There have always been Texans who believe that the Lone Star State should again secede from the United States of America, but the secession movement has not been as strong as it is today since…well, since the Civil War. And though Republicans in Texas are loathe to associate themselves with the cause, they may be forced to address it at ...

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Will the Supreme Court Banish Obama’s Amnesty?

Chief Justice John Roberts may have signaled Monday that the Obama administration could be facing a bitter loss when the Supreme Court rules on the president’s executive amnesty. Roberts, who has disappointed conservatives in recent years with his rulings on gay marriage and Obamacare, appeared critical of the administration’s arguments when the case came before the court this week. After ...

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Americans Have Lost All Faith in the Media

According to a new study by the Media Insight Project, a joint effort by the Associated Press and the American Press Institute, only 6% of American adults say they are fully confident in the media. The study, which looked at the way Americans view media in all forms – television, news, social, etc. – found that people valued factual accuracy ...

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Judge Blocks Texas Law on Illegal Immigrants

Last year, Texas Governor Greg Abbot signed into law House Bill 11, which made it a felony to harbor illegal immigrants. The law was hailed as one of the strongest border protection efforts in the southwest, but it immediately attracted the ire of pro-immigrant groups. This week, a San Antonio judge issued an injunction against the law as part of ...

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Professor: “Whiteness” Must Be Destroyed

So, have you been observing Whiteness History Month? No, this isn’t like Black History Month, where we celebrate heroes and achievements. This is about furthering the narrative that America was founded on white supremacy – a principle that continues to keep the country from realizing true equality. In other words, liberals have decided that racism itself isn’t a bad thing ...

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Judge: Sandy Hook Lawsuit May Proceed

Defying predictions (and federal law), Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis ruled Thursday that the Sandy Hook families may proceed with their lawsuit against Remington Arms. Bellis rejected a motion to dismiss, even though the 2005 Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act gives Remington Arms immunity from just this type of litigation. Bellis did not address that law, instead telling ...

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Hillary’s Tanking Favorability Ratings Spark Concern

Democrats are slowly but surely waking up to a very inconvenient truth: the American people just plain don’t like their frontrunner. Hillary Clinton is staring down awful favorability ratings according to two recent polls. In a Huffington Post survey and an AP poll, 55% of Americans have an unfavorable view of the former secretary of state. Her only saving grace? ...

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ACLU Fights for Rights of Illegals

According to the American Civil Liberties Union, illegal immigrants should not have to pay so much to bond out of detention. In a lawsuit filed against the federal government, the ACLU insists that immigration authorities should consider an alien’s financial situation before setting the bond amount. ‚ÄúPoverty or lack of financial resources should not deprive a person of his or ...

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Clintons Scramble to Fix Bill’s “Black Lives” Tantrum

For all the credit Hillary Clinton gets for being so wise and experienced and intelligent, you would think she might have learned something from her loss in the 2008 primaries. Why run for president again if you’re just going to make the same mistakes you made the first time? Namely, putting Bill Clinton out on the campaign trail. The way ...

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Not a Tough Choice: Democrats Are Evil

It has been astounding to see so many conservatives wringing their hands about the prospect of voting for Donald Trump. It has been unbelievable to see so many Republican women say they would never vote for him. It has been depressing to watch conservative icons draw a line in the sand and insist they will stay home or vote third-party ...

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