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Ramblings of a Right Wing. Bible Thumping White Guy! (Color Version)

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Whether you’re a conservative parent wanting to instill those values into your children, a Christian wanting to preserve your 1st Amendment rights to worship freely, or a hater of this politically correct, walk-on-eggshells society that we’ve somehow become, this book is for you. Whether you’re a conservative parent wanting to instill those values into your children, a Christian wanting to ...

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The Trophy kids strike again!

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Let me start by saying, the 1st Amendment is a wonderful thing. It allows us to publicly protest against things our government or companies do that we feel are against our laws or hurt people who can’t stand up for themselves or that we simply feel are just plain wrong. You get the right to do that because of a ...

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There’s Nothing Wrong With the Electoral College

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America is not a democracy. To be precise, it is a nationally-federated constitutional republic. This distinction, however, has sadly been largely erased from the national lexicons, pointed out only by those who are immediately dismissed and scornfully labelled a pedant. Yet, that this is not an issue of semantics is all too evident in the reaction to the presidential election. ...

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Donald Trump Ushers In A New Era of Populism

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Election night confirmed a long-held suspicion. This whole electoral cycle has been a lesson in humility for pundits overconfident in the reliability of data forecasting, broadcast from the Twilight Zone. That said, the profundity of it is staggering, even for skeptics like myself. This was not a runaway victory for Trump. Yet, because the forecasts were so very wrong, it ...

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2016: A Referendum on Whether the Truth is Defamatory

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The 2016 election is a referendum, but not on any single issue. It encompasses something far larger; it is nothing less than a modern day relitigation of the Zenger trial. Can facts be defamatory? That was the question colonial New York when newspaperman John Peter Zenger printed an editorial critical of the royal governor. Though the allegations in it were ...

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Trump: Populism’s First National Victory?

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When the Tea Party first rose up in the 2010 midterm election, the last vestiges of left-wing populist agitation which had influenced the political landscape from the late-1800s through the mid-1900s seemed poised to emerge on the right. Fast forward through half a decade of right-wing anti-establishmentarianism fighting in vain against party elites and their inexplicable inability to stand up ...

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Is 2016 the year of the agitprop election?

Civility has never been a guiding precept on the campaign trail. Histrionics and sensationalism have always been used to paint elections as a scenario between impending doom and a white knight savior. All the ghoulish attack ads of the past and present are all designed to push this narrative in context of the most pressing issues of the day. Some ...

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If 2016 is a choice between the worst options, the people bear some responsibility

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A mere four years ago, pundits were bemoaning the death of the Lincoln-Douglas style debate. In an election cycle defined by quips about “binders full of women” and where the most serious dismantling of ideology involved repeatedly calling it “malarkey,” the staid deliberation of 19th century campaigning seemed the height of rhetorical finesse. If the clamoring for such gravitas seems ...

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Bill Clinton is NOT running!

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This week, I have one agreement with the far Left Loons! All this conversation about Bill Clinton’s sexual escapades are not relevant because Bill is not running… well, that’s kinda-sorta-correct. This is where I say the Democrats define, own, and live hypocrisy! Donald Trump, or let’s say the Republican nominee, makes lewd comments on what he would like to do ...

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Really, GOP?! Falling for an Alinsky Tactic…Again?

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After all of the time spent by many people, including myself, explaining the tactics of Saul Alinsky and how today’s Progressive-Left has turbo-charged them, it is stunning – in fact, incredulous – that Conservatives and Republicans are falling for the Clinton deflection con. The complete acquiescence to this tactic is, sadly, proving the Progressives right. Maybe the Right isn’t that ...

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The Greatest Loser in the First Presidential Debate: The Truth

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As with much of the 2016 campaign, Monday night’s debate drifted into strange and uncharted waters. Not only was most of the anti-trade sentiment voiced by the GOP nominee, with Donald Trump at one point suggesting he might levy a tariff against all foreign imports, but Hillary Clinton was also the harshest critic of Russia, stunning in consideration of Barack ...

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Clinton pushes dishonest message of economic nativism in attacks on Trump

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In a testament to the facile trivialities to which nuanced and weighty policy issues have been reduced, Hillary Clinton’s campaign recently advanced a line of attack against Donald Trump’s economic policy which claimed the fact that various items from Trump’s clothing line are manufactured overseas proves the hypocrisy of his promise to “Make America Great Again.” The series of ads, ...

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Trump is just another BIG govt guy?

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No more clapping in school assemblies. Instead… there will be “silent cheers.” Why? Because A teacher is sensitive to loud noises? Jesse Watters asks people what they find offensive. How are we even supposed to have a conversation with these folks? AND… Writer & radio host, Michael Hausam says Donald Trump is from a different part of collectivist island than Bernie is ...

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