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Don't Be Bullied By Obama Admin Attack on 501c-4s

Don't Be Bullied By Obama Admin Attack on 501c-4s

The Obama administration and its progressive soldiers seem to know no bounds when it comes to seeking political  advantage by  limiting speech. The Wall Street Journal put it well:  “The Obama administration is moving to rein in the influence of
Is the Constitution Outlandish?

Is the Constitution Outlandish?

This week, the Sacramento-based Tea Party Express endorsed Sen. Mike Lee for re-election … in 2016.  In throwing their support behind the Utah Republican, the group stated that Washington, D.C. needs “more conservatives like Mike Lee to protect the Constitution
Congressional Approval Ratings Don't Mean Much

Congressional Approval Ratings Don't Mean Much

Gallup recently released poll numbers showing that only 9% of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing. It is the lowest approval rating the US Congress has received in the thirty-nine years that Gallup has been conducting that poll.
Now Is the Time to Take a Stand

Now Is the Time to Take a Stand

Reasonable and thoughtful people can argue and disagree about the pros and cons of the current federal government shut down. This is not the first, nor will this will not be the first or last shutdown we will see in
Anti-War Groups Play a Mean Game of Hide-and-Seek

Anti-War Groups Play a Mean Game of Hide-and-Seek

“Come out, come out wherever you are” is a common refrain we hear children yell when they play hide-and-seek. Today, many anti-war groups who had pestered, vilified and protested President’s Reagan’s and Bush’s national security objectives in the past are
The Hypocrisy of US Media Regarding Syria

The Hypocrisy of US Media Regarding Syria

In the years since the United States first went to war in Iraq, liberal groups and commentators have accused many media outlets of not asking the right or critical questions of the Bush administration.  This is something our gatekeepers of
Time to Focus on Religious Freedom

Time to Focus on Religious Freedom

Same sex marriage is one those issues that ignites the fury of the entire political spectrum.  Many conservatives are keenly aware these days that demographic trends will soon render opposition to gay marriage obsolete.  This appears to be not a
Does Obama Understand Fairness?

Does Obama Understand Fairness?

Any philosophical discussion about the idea of fairness must first address who is included in the definition of “fair”. Is “fairness” designed only for a sub-sect of the population, or for the population as a whole? Fairness should be defined
Are We Going to Avoid Reality in the Gun Control Debate?

Are We Going to Avoid Reality in the Gun Control Debate?

One of the disappointing byproducts of the inconceivably brutal horror in Newtown, Connecticut was the sneering self-righteousness disseminated immediately by those attempting to advance ideological arguments and score political points. Of all the great tragedies in America over the past
Republicans Disorganized on Fiscal Cliff Negotiations

Republicans Disorganized on Fiscal Cliff Negotiations

Watching Congressional Republicans participate in “fiscal cliff” negotiations resembles 10-year old boys playing a pick-up, tackle football game where the quarterback says “everyone go out.”   However, this is an unfair comparison in some ways – the kids in the park
One Possible Option to Prevent the Fiscal Cliff

One Possible Option to Prevent the Fiscal Cliff

Let’s get to the point of the matter: President Obama and Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) and their media parrots are hell bent on raising taxes for those making over $250,000.  While their talking points are the worst example of political
Close the Sale Gov. Romney

Close the Sale Gov. Romney

Are the presidential debates helping soft supporters and undecided voters make up their mind? That is really the only objective for these gladiator contests. Right now, TV commercials are just white noise for voters in swing states. The campaigns and

Carrying on Sen. Kyl's Mission

Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl’s (R-AZ) announcement that he will not seek a fourth term in the US Senate set off a flurry of maneuvering in Arizona, which has not witnessed a vacant senate seat in nearly two decades. So

We Need to Cut the Federal Budget by 5%-Now

Sometimes the greatest threats to an organization (or even a nation) are internal dangers from within, not external threats from enemies. The internal threat of ever-growing budget deficits and our massive national debt may very well outweigh any nefarious intentions

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