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Screw Safe Spaces – Political Incorrectness Rules!

By LizHarrison As a parent of teenage boys, I’ve become accustomed to the concept of hearing profanity spewing from the smartphones of …read more Via:: Screw Safe Spaces – Political Incorrectness Rules!       

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Glenn Beck and the Question of Responsibility in Media

By LizHarrison There is no shortage of commentaries out there now over the issue of SiriusXM temporarily suspending Glenn Beck from their …read more Via:: Glenn Beck and the Question of Responsibility in Media       

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#RoEL 5/31: We’d Pull The Trigger on #Harambe

By Krystle Schoonveld At 10pm ET on #RoEL on 5/31, regular co-hosts Allan Bourdius (@allanbourdius, Their Finest Hour, and HotAir) …read more Via:: #RoEL 5/31: We’d Pull The Trigger on #Harambe       

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Election 2016: Better Than Two Evils – Part One

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project One of the reasons we have accepted the premise of the “lesser of two evils” in our voting decisions,…

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Another global warming prediction bites the dust

Whenever there is a new record set, whether rain, hurricane, drought, etc., those in the climate change alarmist camp seem to be quick to point to global warming as the cause and make more dire predictions regarding the future—even when…

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Here’s the DFL’s double dipper

This morning, I wrote this article to highlight the DFL’s smear campaign has already started. In the article, I quoted Rep. Melissa Hortman as saying something that’s pure projectionism. When asked if Republicans wanted a transportation bill, Rep. Hortman replied “I think this is the problem when you hire the people who drafted your attack […]

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Rand Paul’s Heroic and Vital Fight against Global Scheme to Destroy Financial Privacy

The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) arguably is the worst feature of the internal revenue code. It’s an odious example of fiscal imperialism that is based on a very bad policy agenda. But there is something even worse, a Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters that has existed for decades but […]

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A Conservative Candidate Alternative Could Save The GOP Congress

We have been told by Donald Trump and many of his supporters how the #NeverTrump movement is dead and Donald Trump has even said he doesn’t need their votes.  We are also told that an independent conservative candidacy would be fruitless, couldn’t…

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What can we learn from the ‘melting pot’?

  Over at my blog, there was been some spring cleaning going on – so perhaps this post should be preceded by a trigger warning (no, I think conservatives are tough enough to take it)? As my new job brings me into the front line of evangelism in a big city, although God does not […]

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Second Amendment takes another hit from D.C. Court of Appeals

In 1975, the right to own a handgun in Washington, D.C. was illegal. In addition, all other firearms such as rifles and shotguns had to be “unloaded and disassembled or bound by a trigger lock,” making them useless in the…

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The Times’ dishonesty

The Times’ latest editorial reads more like DFL chanting points than an editorial that required original thought. Even the commenters noticed the Times’ dishonesty. What they noticed is that the Times said “As the final hours of the session ticked away, the House inserted into the omnibus tax bill a measure that gives about $32 […]

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Introducing Angel Sessions’ Urban Gospel

A little over 2 weeks ago, I became interested in Angel Sessions’ music. Shortly after that, I contacted Angel to see if she would do an interview with me about her unique music style. One of the things that impressed me with Angel’s style of music is that she combines a Gospel message with an […]

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Trump derangement syndrome?

While writing this op-ed for Trumpbart, David Horowitz slipped back into his fascist-progressive habits that he learned from his parents growing up. That’s when Horowitz learned that the fastest way to shut down a debate was to call the other person a racist or a bigot or some other pejorative. In this instance, Horowitz insisted […]

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Foreign Matters – May 30, 2016

By Amy Curtis TONIGHT on Vigilant Liberty Radio it’s Foreign Matters with your host George Templeton and guest/producer Amy Curtis! As always, Foreign …read more Via:: Foreign Matters – May 30, 2016       

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Laying Down One’s Life. Memorial Day Address. May 30, 2016

Memorial Day Address Woodlawn Cemetery, Joliet, Illinois St. John 15:13 May 30, 2016 “Laying Down One’s Life”   Iesu Iuva   Grace and peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.   I’m grateful for the invitation to speak to you a few words from Holy Scripture on this day when […]

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Love as a State of Being. Trinity 1, 2016. 1 John 4:16-21

First Sunday after Trinity St. Peter Lutheran Church 1 John 4:16-21 May 29, 2016 “Love as a State of Being”   Iesu Iuva   There is a story that has stuck with me my whole life. It wasn’t one I read in college when I was supposed to be reading “great literature”. I think it […]

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Unintended Humor Alert: Leftists Try to Rationalize Venezuela’s Collapse

I feel sorry for the Venezuelan people, but I’m perversely glad that the country is collapsing. That’s because it’s nice to have proof that Margaret Thatcher was right when she famously warned that the problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money. To be sure, we already had proof from […]

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Re-Remembering Memorial Day

We get caught up in politics and policies, forgetting about all those brilliant folks who have stepped valiantly into harm’s way because they believed in freedom. You don’t have to agree with the tenets or decisions of war…you certainly don’t have to love the politicians who make them. Just remember and appreciate those who died to secure the liberties we become complacent about.

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Remembering Planetary Soldiers

The phrase comes from Robert Leckie’s The Wars of America and has been apt since the Spanish-American War. American Forces have fought just about everywhere and in just about every climate, in defense of freedom. And so this weekend, from Fort MacPherson, Nebraska, to Manila, The Philippines, to Luxembourg, to Cambridge, England and on Robert […]

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Memorial Day 2016 – Greater love hath no man

While it’s always appropriate to show honor and appreciation to members of the military, I want to provide this reminder to my readers: today is not Veteran’s Day. It is the one day each year that we come together in…

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