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LIMBAUGH ERUPTS: GOP IS ‘CORRUPT, REPREHENSIBLE’
Conservative giant flays Republican Party

Posted by on Jun 25, 2014 in Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off

LIMBAUGH ERUPTS: GOP IS ‘CORRUPT, REPREHENSIBLE’Conservative giant flays Republican Party

If you think conservative juggernaut Rush Limbaugh is a champion for the Republican Party, think again. The nation’s top-rated radio host just launched a blistering attack on the GOP establishment, calling it “corrupt” and “reprehensible” for aligning with Democrats to defeat a tea-party Republican in a Senate primary runoff. On Tuesday night, six-term Sen. Thad Cochrane held off state Sen. Chris McDaniel by a narrow margin of 50.8 percent of the votes to 49.2 percent. On Limbaugh’s Wednesday program, the host flayed the...

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A Wasteful, Growing, Fear-Mongering Beast

Posted by on Jun 25, 2014 in Chuck Baldwin, Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off

A Wasteful, Growing, Fear-Mongering Beast

What The DHS Is Building Is Indeed A Beast One of the great concerns of our Founding Fathers was a large standing army on American soil. James Madison spoke for all of America’s founders when he said, “A standing military force, with an overgrown Executive will not long be safe companions to liberty.” I wonder what Madison and the rest of our founders would have to say about the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). John Whitehead, the president of The Rutherford Institute, recently wrote a trenchant summary of the DHS. He began by...

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It’s Obama’s Country and We’re Just Living In It

Posted by on Jun 20, 2014 in Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off

It’s Obama’s Country and We’re Just Living In It

During the Constitutional Convention, Benjamin Franklin painted a great picture of the type of relationship that elected officials should have with the people of this country [emphasis in original]: “It seems to have been imagined by some that the returning to the mass of the people was degrading [our representatives.] This he thought was the contrary to the republican principles. In free governments the rulers are the servants, and the people their superiors & sovereigns. For the former therefore to return among the latter was not to...

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Who Owns You?

Posted by on Jun 11, 2014 in Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off

Who Owns You?

Darcy Olsen, president of the Arizona-based Goldwater Institute, and Richard Garr, president of Neuralstem, a biotech company, wrote “Right to Try experimental drugs” in USA Today (5/28/2014). They pointed out that “this year, more than 5,000 Americans will lose their battle with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.” Up until recently, there was no medicine on the market that significantly improved the lives of ALS patients. But now there is one in clinical trials that holds considerable promise, but it...

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Obama May Free Cuban Spies and Terrorists

Posted by on Jun 10, 2014 in Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off

Obama May Free Cuban Spies and Terrorists

Just a few blocks from the White House, in the basement of a black Baptist church, the chief of the Cuban Interests Section plotted with former terrorists and members of the communist Workers World Party this past week to convince President Obama to release communist spies and terrorists from American prisons. Coming in the wake of freed U.S. Army deserter Bowe Bergdahl, in a trade for terrorists arranged by the Obama administration, these possible developments cannot be dismissed out of hand. The conference dramatized how the far-left...

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The Prisoner Swap Deal

Posted by on Jun 10, 2014 in Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off

The Prisoner Swap Deal

People are arguing about what the United States got out of the deal that swapped five top level terrorist leaders for one American soldier who was, at best, absent from his post in a war zone. Soldiers who served in the same unit with him call him a deserter. The key to this deal, however, is less likely to be what the United States got out of the deal than it is about what Barack Obama got out of the deal. If nothing else, it instantly got the veterans’ hospitals scandals off the front pages of newspapers and pushed these scandals aside...

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Federal Government Seldom Able To Police Itself

Posted by on May 8, 2014 in Chuck Baldwin, Guest Writers | Comments Off

Federal Government Seldom Able To Police Itself

America’s founders, largely distrustful of centralized power, created several checks and balances into the U.S. Constitution to help insure that one person, or one group of people, would not be able to unilaterally exert his or their will over the American citizenry. First, the federal government itself was divided into three separate and distinct branches–each holding the capability (and responsibility) to check the power of the other. Second, the Bill of Rights was made part of the Constitution for the protection of individual...

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Coming End to Racial Preferences

Posted by on May 7, 2014 in Guest Writers | Comments Off

Coming End to Racial Preferences

Last week’s U.S. Supreme Court 6-2 ruling in Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action et al. upheld Michigan’s constitutional amendment that bans racial preferences in admission to its public universities. Justice Sonia Sotomayor lashed out at her colleagues in a bitter dissent, calling them “out of touch with reality.” She went on to make the incredible argument that the amendment, which explicitly forbids racial discrimination, itself amounts to racial discrimination. Her argument was that permissible...

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Moral Bankruptcy

Posted by on May 6, 2014 in Guest Writers | Comments Off

Moral Bankruptcy

If you want to get some idea of the moral bankruptcy of our educational system, read an article in the May 4th issue of the New York Times Magazine titled, “The Tale of Two Schools.” The article is not about moral bankruptcy. But it is itself an example of the moral bankruptcy behind the many failures of American education today. Someone had the bright idea of pairing public high school kids from a low-income neighborhood in the Bronx with kids from a private high school that charges $43,000 a year. When the low-income youngsters...

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Unexpected Suggestions for Constitutional Changes

Posted by on Apr 30, 2014 in Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off

Unexpected Suggestions for Constitutional Changes

by Phyllis Schlafly It looks like all sorts of people are joining the game of rewriting parts of the U.S. Constitution. It started with state legislators who apparently had time on their hands, and now it’s even extended to U.S. Supreme Court Justices. Justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg made a joint appearance at the National Press Club and added their two bits worth of advice about changing our Constitution. Justice Scalia said he would like an amendment to make it easier to pass more amendments, which probably is music to the...

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