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Checking & Balancing SCOTUS


By Joan Holt Lindsey – October 17, 2020 This week we’re all watching the process of a Supreme Court justice being confirmed to fill the newly vacated seat. With some level of stress, we’re watching, because of the pressure being put on the nominee to commit to various policy stances. How would she rule on this? How…

A Year of Donald Trump in the White House

A Man vs. A Movement


2020 may be the most important U.S. election since 1860. By: Tom Klingenstein – October 1, 2020 My name is Tom Klingenstein. I am the chair of the board of the Claremont Institute which is a conservative think tank, managing partner of a New York investment firm and playwright. I wish to make three points. First,…


The Pope & Property


The Pope Just Called Private Property a ‘Secondary Right.’ He Couldn’t Be More Wrong Pope Francis’s criticisms of free-market capitalism don’t mesh well with available facts, empirical evidence, or a basic understanding of how economics actually works. By Brad Polumbo –  October 5, 2020 Since becoming the head of the Catholic Church in 2013, Pope…


Congress and National Debt


Heritage: ‘Congress Must Address the National Debt’ By Stuart MacPhail – October 2020 New Report Shows Why Congress Must Address National Debt Is the headline on a piece by David Ditch and Rachel Greszler in the September 9 edition of The Daily Signal (Heritage Foundation). Their article focuses on an updated Congressional Budget Office (CBO) budget projection…


Federalism


The Principles of Federalism: Still Alive, But Barely – By Stuart MacPhail – October 2020 Over this past year a large portion of US citizens has been impacted by various forms of civil unrest, often triggered by growing belief that local, state and federal governance is less and less responsive to the voice of everyday…


Calls: Revoke 1619 Project Pulitzer Prize


National Association Of Scholars Calls For Revoking The 1619 Project Pulitzer Prize By Glenn T. Stanton – OCTOBER 9, 2020 An impressive array of academics associated with the National Association of Scholars signed a letter to the Pulitzer Prize Board calling for it to revoke the prize it ceremoniously awarded to Nikole Hannah-Jones this year for her lead essay…


Media’s Taxpayer Bailout


DEMOCRATS WANT YOU TO PAY THE MEDIA’S BILLS By Daniel Greenfield – October 08, 2020 The media is dying. Its business model is defunct. Its bias has alienated most of the country. In the latest Pew survey, the only group that still trusts the media are Democrats. And while so many millions are out of work, Democrats are…


Save Our States!


SOS: Save Our States: The Little Federal Model By Dennis Haugh – October 6, 2020 Debate on the fourth resolution of the Virginia Plan started on 31 May 1787 in the Constitutional Convention. The proposal was “that the members of the first branch of the National Legislature ought to be elected by the people of…


Revolutionary War Heroine


Unsung Revolutionary War heroine, Mary Digges Lee By Tara Ross – September 27, 2020 On this day in 1780, General George Washington receives an offer of help from a group of women in Maryland. Many of my history posts have to do with glorious moments in a battle or a specific brave act. Perhaps lost…


Fighting Over SCOTUS


WSJ September 26, 2020 Why We Fight So Ferociously Over the Supreme Court Judicial ambition and congressional dysfunction have given an unelected body enormous power to shape American society By David French | 2307 words If you want to know the roots of the country’s present polarization over the Supreme Court, we have to go…


Respecting America


A coach teaches the true meaning of America and how to respect her to athletes.


Founders Fears: SCOTUS


Our Founders FEARS of A Supreme Court By Tom Steel – September 24, 2020 The Supreme Court was set up to be a guardian of the Constitution over the executive branch and congress. The tendency of man was to expand whatever power was placed in their hands. The Supreme Court, through judicial review, can review acts of…


America Losing its Grip


Breaking the Grip of Poverty: A View at 50,000 Feet By: Stanley Ralph – September 23, 2020 The relentless din of political advocacy and character assassination is bombarding our senses to a point where my hair hurts. I realize that lively debate on the issues before us as a country is healthy. What is going on now,…


Are Schools Necessary?


In­stead of starting students on the road to education, school tends to rob parents and young people of their sense of responsibility for devel­oping the individual’s powers of self-development. Orval Watts – July 1, 1971 [Ed: this decades old message appears to be still relevant today—have we created a monster?] Abe Lincoln never went to…


Young People’s Growing Debt


New Report Shows How Congress Has Screwed Over Young People The skyrocketing national debt is a moral test—and right now, our leaders are failing. Brad Polumbo – September 22, 2020 We already knew that the budget deficit will hit a record-breaking $3.3 trillion this year as the federal government continues to run up debt in response to…


Governments Job ‘One’ Was To…


Government Agencies Are Holding Back ‘Fast Tests’ that Could Be Saving Lives Fast, convenient, inexpensive, frequent tests could make all the difference. Businesses have developed them, but bureaucrats insist on getting in the way. By James Anthony – September 19, 2020 At first glance, recent headlines on fast tests look like great news: “U.S. Approves…

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