Posts tagged ‘Trump’

A Cure for Chaos

On July 31, retired-Marine Corps General John Kelly took on a new role in the Trump administration as the White House Chief of Staff. In his…

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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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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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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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Gubernatorial Candidate Cries Corruption Within State Capitol at GAGOP State Convention

Lights were bright, American flags abounded, the weather was as cool as the newly-doomed planet could allow, and Augusta was fully prepared for the waves of…

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Podcast & Notes: “A Beginner’s Guide to Understanding the Economy”

Guest Contributor Joseph Amoroso, Contributor Will Brown, and Editor-in-Chief Nick Geeslin discuss the beginner’s guide to understanding the economy. Included are the concept of economic growth,…

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A Domestic Cold War

Once Desperate but Increasingly Substantiated Claims of Intervention Saturate the Political Scene and Impede Good Governance It is no secret that relations between the United States…

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Ayn Rand on the GOP (Part II): Science and Individual Choice Policy

Truly, “What’s up with the Republican Party?” The first article in this two-part series, “Ayn Rand on the GOP (Part I): Foreign and Economic Policy,” addressed…

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Ayn Rand on the GOP (Part I): Foreign and Economic Policies

“What’s up with the Republican Party?” The air on the morning of November 9, 2016, felt thickened by the silence, the shock of what had transpired…

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Podcast & Notes: The 6th District, Syria, and ‘Going Nuclear’

Associate Editor Michael Duckett, Assistant Editor Boris A. Abreu, and Editor-in-Chief Nick Geeslin discuss this (very busy) week’s most salient news. Notes: As promised, a link to…

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