Government Failure: Nothing New

545 vs. 300,000,000 People In the heat of this election cycle, it can’t hurt to take a peek over our shoulders at an earlier time. I…

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Masked Countries Have Surges

THE MOST MASKED EUROPEAN COUNTRIES HAVE THE BIGGEST CORONAVIRUS SURGES Daniel Greenfield  November 11, 2020 “If we just wore these masks,” Joe Biden said, at the final…

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The Other Media Blackout

WSJ October 31, 2020 How can Americans use good sense about an epidemic about which they are fed false information? By Holman W. Jenkins, Jr. |…

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A Democrat We Should Know

The Democrat Who Fought for Federalism, Conservatism & Bi-Partisan Decision-Making By Stuart MacPhail, Editor, Article V Caucus – November 2020 Josiah W. Bailey is a man…

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Bailing Out States

WSJ October 17, 2020 The Alternative to a Bailout for Fiscally Mismanaged States If New York and Illinois spent like Florida and Texas, they’d save enough…

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Congressional Term Limits

Bi-Partisan Leaders Call for Congressional Term Limits By Stuart MacPhail – November 2020 The October 6 edition of The Philadelphia Inquirer carried a special column jointly written…

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Teachers Unions & Tenure

By Hal Morris – September 11, 2020 Inherent in our great country’s founding is the Jeffersonian idea that the survival of a self-governing republic, as a democracy…

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Government Abusing Its Authority

CDC Sued Over ‘Unconstitutional’ Nationwide Eviction Ban Landlords, home builders accuse CDC of ‘sweeping assumption of power’ By MATTHEW VADUM Landlords and homebuilders filed suit in…

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Election Winner: Debt Increase

National Debt Projected to Explode Under Biden or Trump By Stuart MacPhail – November 2020 The national debt now exceeds $27 trillion, and could reach twice the size…

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Education vs. Race

Like Schools Everywhere, The Nation’s Report Card Is Dumbing Down To Hide Racial Disparities NAEP’s changes might cause better test results, but they fundamentally alter the…

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The Importance of Keeping Federalism

Federalism is Important – Even in a Pandemic – By Stuart MacPhail – November 2020 In a recent piece headlined Federalism still important, even in pandemic…

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Corruption of Foundational Principles

Transgender Tide Rising By Colin J. Smothers – October 21, 2020 A moment of Copernican proportions aired on prime-time TV last week in America, but your…

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Renewable’s Not the Panacea Claimed

Study: Renewable Energy Sources Not the “Panacea” Climate Alarmists Claim by James Murphy October 15, 2020 A study done by Irish and U.S.-based researchers is calling into question…

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A ‘No Trump’ 2016 Voter Reverses

SPECIAL EDITION: Why I am Voting for Donald Trump in 2020 After Publicly Refusing to do so in 2016 By Michael Farris – October 27, 2020…

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Supreme Court Originalist

WSJ October 17, 2020 ‘Originalist’: A Recent Term for an Old View of the Constitution Applied to judges in the 1980s as a criticism, it was…

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The Truth About Social Security

Who owns Social Security? The Supreme Court decided in Helvering v. Davis (1937) that Social Security is nothing more than a revenue source on one side…

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What’s in a Name?

Sometimes, social cleavage, anti-diversity, and other assaults on wokeness. by Joe & Faye King – October 6, 2020 (Joe and Faye have been touring the country…

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Revive Article V

‘Revive Five’ says Attorney/Author By Stuart MacPhail – October 2020 “[T]he Supreme Court has become the Constitution. Through judicial interpretation, the Supreme Court has gained the…

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Think About It…

…we do not promote the public good directly, but indirectly “led by an invisible hand to promote an end which was no part of our intention.”…

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Catholics & Democrats

American values and virtues were established in the foundation of the Constitution by the Founders and we’ve lost them. It is time for us to return…

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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…

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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…

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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,…

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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…

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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…

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