Posts from the ‘National’ category

John McCain: Maverick, RINO, or Phony?

Senator John McCain returned to the political arena on the 25th of July, his first appearance on the Hill since his brain cancer diagnosis was revealed…

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Revisionists, Racists, and the Real Robert E. Lee

We can learn from Lee’s character, but only if we endeavor to present it clearly …

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The Boy Who Cried Collusion

The Leftist mainstream simply cannot help itself from hysteria surrounding the fabled “Russian connection.” In doing so, journalists turning the gears of the New York/Washington media…

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A United States Senator Writes a Book Worth Reading

The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming of Age Crisis—and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance. Ben Sasse (St. Martin’s Press. pp. 274. $16.75 from Amazon.com)…

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Conceding to Chaos on Campus

Student activists that use aggressive intimidation tactics to combat perceived oppression at The Evergreen State College are applauded and appeased by their school’s administration. A vague…

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Few Alarms and No Surprise with GA06 Result

Wishful thinking and miscalculation by progressives as well as Handel’s simple task of convincing Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District that its Democratic candidate was, in fact, a Democrat…

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Senator John McCain: The Left’s ‘Useful Idiot’

Senator John McCain has all too often been eager to play the role of attack dog for the Left, pursuing Conservatives in addition to fellow Republicans.…

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Handel vs. Ossoff – A Breakdown of the Debate

The race for Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District seat, made vacant by President Trump’s appointment of Tom Price as Secretary of Health and Human Services, has sparked…

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Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement: Merit or Mindlessness?

Conservatives who found themselves weary of Trump’s victory in November have since found solace in some of his actions, the latest of which is the withdrawal…

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FDR’s Follies: What Many Teachers Fail to Include About the Great Depression

Interventionist Policies Prolonged Rather than Curbed the Effects of the Great Depression, yet Instructors and Politicians Alike Laud FDR and Lobby Similar Efforts Today.   In…

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