To Combat “Hate,” Make Government Weaker

September 18, 2017 Editor 0

Justin Murray On 18 August 2017, the mayor of Boston Marty Walsh announcedthat the city should avoid the Commons on 19 August 2017 because of white supremacists and the chances of violence at a planned free speech

Constitutional Ignorance Led to a Tyranny of the Majority

September 18, 2017 Editor 0

Gary M. Galles Constitution Day—September 17—marks the anniversary of its 1787 signing. Students will be taught about it…but not because of its importance. It is now a mandatory topic for every educational institution receiving federal

Monthly Spotlight: HeroBox on CNN

September 15, 2017 Hank Eckardt 0

HeroBox, our monthly spotlight organization, is taking it upon themselves to improve the care packages sent to our service members, and set their group apart. One of the best ways to help support a military member

The Rise of the ‘Politics of Feeling’

September 15, 2017 Editor 0

Jon Miltimore The Claremont Review of Books has long been one of my favorite literary pleasures. For years, it was one of the few print publications I’d read cover to cover. A recent article published

America is having a civics crisis

September 15, 2017 Hank Eckardt 0

Americans have near record low levels of approval for the President and Congress. There are constant marches and protests against various government actions. It’s a blessing in the United States that we have this right

When Government is Restrained Liberty Reigns Triumphant

September 14, 2017 Editor 0

Gary M. Galles If you were asked, “who is the least-known of America’s founders?” a good answer would be James Wilson. Even 17 years after the release of Castaway, Tom Hanks’ volleyball “friend” is better

New regs threaten to send shipping off the rails

September 14, 2017 Editor 0

Matthew Kandrach, The Washington Examiner: Here’s a fun fact: The U.S. freight rail network – 140,000 miles fully maintained by private operators that save taxpayers billions — accounts for 40 percent of all freight moved

Martin declares Schumer must visit middle America

September 14, 2017 Editor 0

In North Dakota, President Trump promised to repeal the Death Tax in order “protect small business and family farmers.” Democrats have called the President’s proposal “absurd” and claim that it “abandons progressivity.” 60 Plus Association

The Future of the GOP According to a Millennial

September 13, 2017 Hank Eckardt 0

It’s easy to feel content with the status of the republican party since we currently control the White House and Congress. However, if Republicans are going to remain in power, we’ll need to adjust the

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