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Does Praying at a Football Game Make You the Enemy of the State? The 9th Circuit Court Says Yes.

A three judge panel of the uber- liberal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against a Washington State high school football coach who prayed during football games. High School football ...

It’s Almost Football Season and Congressional Republicans Aren’t Even Close to the End Zone on Anything

Many conservatives, myself included, find President Trump’s personality off-putting, but that does not mean that we don’t support much of what he is trying to accomplish. ...

Mike Pence is Right: The Left is Climate Change Obsessed

The media is piling-on Vice President Mike Pence for saying something that most Americans already know: the left is obsessed with the concept of climate change. The Vice-President said ...

We Must Always Honor Our Dead, Even if We Disagree With Why They Died

I serve on the board of Honor Flight Upstate, an organization that serves to take our state’s World War II and Korean War veterans to Washington. We charter an American Airlines ...

The Leader of the Conservative Movement: VP Pence at CPAC 2017

The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) wrapped-up this weekend outside Washington, and there are certainly many take-aways from this year’s conservative gathering in ...

Americans Like Trump’s Agenda More than Trump

New polling information published in the Wall Street Journal points to a fascinating trend: Americans like much of President Donald Trump’s agenda, they just do not like him. ...

The Resurgence of Sovereignty

What we are witnessing in American politics today is a debate over national identity and sovereignty that has building for over twenty years. In 2004, during President George W. Bush’s ...

Yes, Deficits Do Matter…Under a Republican President

In 2003, during the Bush Administration’s efforts to pass a second round of tax cuts, Vice-President Dick Cheney famously said that “Reagan proved that deficits don’t ...

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