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PC wimps at UC-Berkeley

By now, tons of ink has been spilled talking about the riot that happened prior to Milo Yiannopoulos’s performance at UC-Berkeley. Hopefully, this post will talk about something that hasn’t been talked about. I hope this takes a bit more of an historic perspective than those other articles. I hope this article exposes the wimpiness […]

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LGBT sexual tyranny and the Boy Scouts of America

When LGBT sexual tyranny chalks up another victory in places like the left-coast state of California—where they are about to add a make-believe third gender option for CA driver’s licenses, ID cards, and birth certificates—it’s a business as usual situation…

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Trump’s grand slam nominee

In picking Judge Neil Gorsuch to fill Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat on the Supreme Court, President Trump didn’t hit a home run. Metaphorically speaking, he hit a grand slam in his first major league at-bat. It’s apparent that it’s a grand slam when the NY Times publishes an op-ed gushing about Judge Gorsuch. Neal Katyal’s […]

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Donald Trump, fake news and the US Constitution

In my commentary yesterday covering Donald Trump’s first press conference since last summer, I briefly mentioned his headline-grabbing bullying of a CNN reporter. You may recall that Trump accused CNN of being a “fake news” organization after lumping together a…

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Gay Mafia suing LDS Church for exercising constitutional rights

As the election season was heating up back in August, I wrote a series of articles calling on the spiritual leaders of America to exercise a little civil disobedience by rejecting the restrictions imposed on their constitutional rights under the…

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Buzzfeed attack on HGTV stars, the 2017 NDAA, and Religious Liberty Protection laws

Last month, I wrote a piece asking a very simple question–“Will the lame-duck Congress protect religious liberty for the military?“–after Democrats and RINO Republicans objected to and amendment to the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) known as the Russell…

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Trump takes another swipe at the First Amendment

From the beginning of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign for president, a major concern held by Constitutional Conservatives has been his ignorance and/or indifference about the Constitution. From gun rights to freedom of the press, Trump has displayed a frightening lack…

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The Courts Go After Gerrymandering: Deconstructing a Conflict-of-Interest

In the U.S., the boundaries of both federal (e.g., U.S. House of Representatives) and state legislative districts are redrawn every ten years after the census to “ensure that each district contains roughly the same number of people.”[1] Both major political parties in state legislatures “often remap districts to favor themselves, either by cramming opposition voters into a single district or by dividing them so they are the majority in fewer districts.”[2] I contend that a simple majority vote is problematic, given the irresistible temptation to redraw the districts for partisan advantage rather than merely to take account of changes in population.



The full essay is at “Gerrymandering.”


1. Michael Wines, “Judges Find Wisconsin Redistricting Unfairly Favored Republicans,” The New York Times, November 21, 2016.
2. Ibid.

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CAIR mouthpiece vs. Carl Higbie

It isn’t a secret that CAIR isn’t a legitimate civil rights organization. They’ve supported terrorist groups like Hamas. They were funded by Hamas. Thursday night, Hassan Shibly, the “chief executive director of CAIR-Florida’s chapter, attempted to shame Carl Higbie, a former Navy Seal and the spokesman for the pro-Trump Great America PAC. Wednesday night, Higbie […]

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Stephen Bannon, Trump Pravda, and the death of a free press

Allow me to take you back to June, 2013. It was a time of great frustration in our nation’s capitol as the Washington Elite, led by Sen. Lindsey Graham and Sen. Chuck Schumer, grappled with an issue that Graham called…

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Aaron Sorkin thoroughly unhinged

Saying that this Aaron Sorkin op-ed sounds like a liberal that’s unhinged is understatement. Sorkin’s op-ed starts by saying “Sorkin Girls, Well the world changed late last night in a way I couldn’t protect us from. That’s a terrible feeling for a father. I won’t sugarcoat it—this is truly horrible. It’s hardly the first time […]

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Will lame-duck Congress protect religious liberty for the military?

Earlier this year, the House Armed Services Committee adopted a religious liberty amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a federal law that specifies the budget and expenditures for the Defense Department. The Russell Amendment to the NDAA–named after…

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Debate II: Trump mentions Constitution then shreds it

During the second presidential debate of the season Sunday evening, Donald Trump raised the hopes of many of my Conservative colleagues by actually using the word “Constitution.” Their hope is displaced in my opinion after Trump proceeded to display his…

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Dorholt vs. the First Amendment

I won’t pretend that Zach Dorholt loves the Constitution. He doesn’t. That isn’t surprising considering the fact that he’s a progressive. Progressives, whether we’re talking about President Obama, Mrs. Clinton, Rick Nolan or Zach Dorholt, prefer limiting speech. Specifically, they prefer limiting speech that’s critical of them. This LTE highlights the DFL’s pathetic arguments for […]

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National Anthem protests beginning to have consequences

When Colin Kaepernick openly displayed his Black Lives Matter inspired ignorance by choosing to sit on the bench during the National Anthem prior to a preseason game against the Green Bay Packers, little did we appreciate how contagious politically-correct stupidity…

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Sweet Cakes by Melissa closed for good by Gay Mafia

In 2013, years before the Obergefell v .Hodges Supreme Court decision that made same-sex marriage the so-called “law of the land,” a small family owned and operated bakery in Oregon refused to bake a wedding cake for a lesbian wedding…

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Massachusetts joins the LGBT assault on religious liberty

Back in July I wrote about how the Iowa Civil Rights Commission passed a set of “guidelines” forcing churches to comply with transgender bathroom laws because it considered churches to be places of “public accommodation.” Besides being a clear case…

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GOP won’t address IRS scandal because . . . election season

Yesterday I wrote about the frustration many Conservatives are having with the GOP establishment due to the willingness of these gutless wonders to surrender their principles whenever it suits their selfish political ambitions. In that piece, I called out Marco…

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Obama joins with NFL: Supports Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter

I hope everyone enjoyed National Cheese Pizza Day yesterday. Yeah, I know, it was Labor Day, but eating a cheese pizza is a lot more fun than celebrating President Grover Cleveland’s attempt to buy union votes during his reelection in…

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Kaepernick Claims USA “Oppresses” Blacks; Just One HUGE Problem…

By now all except those dwelling beneath a rock are aware of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand during the playing of the National Anthem prior to professional football games. Kaepernick claims this tandem exercise of free…

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