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Is Paul Ryan A Movement Conservative?

Movement conservatives cheered when John Boehner announced on Sept. 25 that he would resign as the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives on Oct. 30. They cheered again on Oct. 8 when Boehner’s deputy, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, announced he would not seek to replace Boehner. Movement conservatives cheered Boehner’s departure and McCarthy’s … Continue reading “Is Paul Ryan A Movement Conservative?”

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi Is Hillary Clinton’s Worst Nightmare

The scandals of Hillary Clinton are well known, but perhaps none have had a bigger impact and seized the popular imagination more than the 2012 raid on the American consulate at Benghazi in which four Americans lost their lives, including the former Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens, the first American ambassador to be killed … Continue reading “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi Is Hillary Clinton’s Worst Nightmare”

Obama and the U.S. Military: What Seven Years has Wrought

In this day and age when many feel free to argue and dispute what the U.S. Constitution says and intends, there is at least one indisputable fact. The Founding Fathers make it clear that a central reason for tolerating a central government is to “provide for the common defense.” The Only Mandatory Function of the … Continue reading “Obama and the U.S. Military: What Seven Years has Wrought”

Trump Attacking Cruz on “Birther” in Hopes of Winning Iowa

Donald Trump has emerged as the Republican front runner in national polls, but in Iowa, where the presidential campaign truly kicks off, Ted Cruz holds a slight lead. Many political pundits do believe Trump will have a stronger turnout than current numbers indicate as there is a growing minority of voters who support Mr. Trump, … Continue reading “Trump Attacking Cruz on “Birther” in Hopes of Winning Iowa”

Who Made the Biggest Splash in Last Week’s Republican Debate?

With the upcoming Iowa Caucus fast approaching, Republican candidates are shoring up their strategies and attempting to point out flaws in their opponents’ strategy. With most of the questions remaining safe to not alienate some who are running in the primary, the most recent debate did not prove any groundbreaking new material, but it did … Continue reading “Who Made the Biggest Splash in Last Week’s Republican Debate?”

How the National Defense Authorization Act Just Weakened the Military

On November 15, 2015, in a move that was largely unnoticed by the general public, the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2016 was signed. Among the hundreds of pages of facts and figures, pork barrel spending, and rhetoric was one alteration to how we pay our troops that will alter our military readiness … Continue reading “How the National Defense Authorization Act Just Weakened the Military”

Do We Really Need to Worry About Islam?

“But the Mohammaden religion increases, instead of lessening, the fury of intolerance. It was originally propagated by the sword, and ever since its votaries have been subject, above all the peoples of all other creeds, to this form of madness.” Winston Churchill wrote this in a book, The Story of Makaland Field Force, a chilling … Continue reading “Do We Really Need to Worry About Islam?”

Why is America Becoming So Polarized?

You’ve probably noticed it — it’s hard not to. You get on the Internet and see a plethora of hate-filled memes depicting Republicans and conservatives as idiots. Or maybe you’ve shaken your head and wonder why this world is so crazy when listening to your favorite talk radio host. Or maybe you’ve heard the latest … Continue reading “Why is America Becoming So Polarized?”

Donald Trump Playing Democrats, and the Media, like a Fiddle

Donald Trump has cemented himself in the national media since announcing his run for the presidency. He toyed with the idea in 2008, but never seemed to fully jump into the circus better known as running for president. This time around, Trump has bolstered to the top of national polls, and while he remains close … Continue reading “Donald Trump Playing Democrats, and the Media, like a Fiddle”

Gun bans don’t deliver the results liberals claim

As the rhetoric heats up on gun control, there’s one fact the gun-grabbers don’t want people to know. A gun ban does not reduce murders. Three Western democracies have banned nearly all firearms possession. The governments hoped by disarming the populace, the violent crime rate would go down. It did not happen that way. Government-sponsored … Continue reading “Gun bans don’t deliver the results liberals claim”