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Trump’s “Dream Team” Cabinet

Be honest. A year ago, how many of us thought Trump would be the 2016 Republican frontrunner? We thought ‘The Donald’ entered the race merely to bring media attention to the Republican Party, and once achieved, would gracefully bow out in deference to the “real” candidate. Instead, Trump’s campaign has stunned the political world. He … Continue reading “Trump’s “Dream Team” Cabinet”

The Endorsement: Will It Help or Hinder?

Depending on the particular point of view, Sarah Palin’s previously hinted, but still oddly unexpected, public endorsement of The Donald is being termed the “ultimate reality show,” a new segment of SNL, a smart move or the “deciding factor” in Iowa. Was it orchestrated to knock the energy out of Ted Cruz’s campaign and play … Continue reading “The Endorsement: Will It Help or Hinder?”

Donald Trump and the PC Vaccine

Donald Trump has been subjected to all the impotent fury of the Left for recognizing the threat of war that is coming from ISIS, from many of the Syrian refugees, and from Muslims already living in the United States. He’s been called every name in the book of liberal shaming and he seems to be … Continue reading “Donald Trump and the PC Vaccine”

Is President Obama An Enemy Of Israel?

Where does Israel rank on the list of the United States of America’s best friends? Third? Fifth? Tenth? Many students of history and politics would say that Israel is our nation’s BEST friend. The Jewish state is — and has been for the nearly 68 years since it was founded in 1948 — a beacon … Continue reading “Is President Obama An Enemy Of Israel?”

The Regime of Protected Feelings: How Political Correctness is Strangling Academic Discourse

We’re all taught from a very young age that education is key to a bright future, and that the most valuable people are the most learned people. But our universities have become echo chambers for “Politically Correct” conformity. Students are compulsively taught that market driven economies are exploitative even though they have done more to … Continue reading “The Regime of Protected Feelings: How Political Correctness is Strangling Academic Discourse”

Donald Trump Says Hillary’s Husband is Fair Game if She Wants to Play the “Woman Card”

When the “most famous” woman in America, Hillary Clinton, steps forth as the anointed Democratic candidate for president, look for the Democratic political juggernaut to reload and repeat the charges that Republicans are waging a war on women. Those charges have already begun, and she has added the “women’s card” to her repertoire against Donald … Continue reading “Donald Trump Says Hillary’s Husband is Fair Game if She Wants to Play the “Woman Card””

The Real Story of Benghazi and Hillary Clinton’s Incompetence

As Hillary Clinton has evolved from Secretary of State to presidential candidate, questions have arisen about her incompetence relating to her performance in the former role. These questions are especially relevant, particularly as they regard the scandal and coverup surrounding the attacks of September 11, 2012 on the American consulate at Benghazi, Libya, in which … Continue reading “The Real Story of Benghazi and Hillary Clinton’s Incompetence”

Occupy Oregon: How Liberal Bigotry is Threatening Democracy

Liberals have chosen to oppose the ranchers who are fighting for their land rights in Oregon, and they are using every shaming tactic in the book. Their language is as bigoted and hateful as they claim the Bundy’s are. But what they don’t understand is that their totalitarian ideology is being uplifted by the feds … Continue reading “Occupy Oregon: How Liberal Bigotry is Threatening Democracy”

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”