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“Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.” Albert Einstein “Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration has been minding my own business. Government shouldn’t play a part in everyday life. Jefferson said that the people should be left to manage their own affairs. His…

The United States of Free Trade

WSJ September 22, 2018 n 1824 the Supreme Court held protectionist state laws unconstitutional. Wild prosperity ensued. By John Steele Gordon | 1001 words The Constitution requires free trade, the U.S. Supreme Court held in 1824. In Gibbons v. Ogden, the state of New York had awarded a monopoly in its waters to Robert Livingston…

Gosnell: Serial Killer

The Left’s view of abortion equates a woman as only a vehicle for getting the fetus to birth and then he or she magically becomes a person. In other words, pregnancy is not a part of motherhood or the love that created it.

Obama Didn’t Build That!

by Deroy Murdock   September 24, 2018 Addressing students on September 7 at the University of Illinois in Urbana, Obama said: “When you hear how great the economy is doing right now, let’s just remember when this recovery started.” By trying to claim credit for today’s economic boom, Obama has conceded that America is not enduring the…

Dangerous Public Schools

Why Putting Your Kids In Public Schools Is Now More Dangerous Than Ever Polls find the majority of U.S. parents don’t want to put their kids in public schools, but most do anyway. A new book explains why they should stop, and here’s a gameplan for achieving that. By Joy Pullmann SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 When I was…

Not All Dem’s the Same

WSJ 9/29/18 Letter to the Wall Street Journal Editor The Hard Left Doesn’t Even Speak For Most Democrats 164 words I applaud the bravery of Abigail Shrier in “#MeToo Becomes a Political Ploy”(WSJ op-ed, Sept. 26). I imagine she has made herself a target for the far left. The loudest Democrats are saying that an…

The Left’s Contempt for Middle-Class Values

October 3, 2018   |   By Dennis Prager When I was in graduate school, I learned a lot about the left. One lesson was that while most liberals and conservatives abide by society’s rules of order and decency, most leftists do not feel bound to live by these same rules. I watched the way leftist Vietnam War…

Death of a Nation Trailer

Where is the Left taking our Nation?

Saturday Quotes

Among the more popular quotations attributed to Harry Selfridge, of Selfridge Department Store fame.: People will sit up and take notice of you if you will sit up and take notice of what makes them sit up and take notice. The boss drives his men; the leader coaches them. The boss depends upon authority, the…

Sweden and ‘Democratic Socialism’

How ‘Democratic Socialism’ Wreaked Havoc On My Native Sweden Sweden’s experiment with ‘democratic socialism’ resulted in four decades of lost progress. Let’s learn from their mistake, not emulate it. By Anders Ingemarson September 5, 2018 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s July 26 Democratic primary win over stalwart Rep. Joe Crowley in New York’s 14th congressional district has given “democratic socialism” a…

The Presumption of Guilt

WSJ September 22, 2018 The new liberal standard turns American due process upside down. By The Editorial Board | 844 words “As Judge Kavanaugh stands to gain the lifetime privilege of serving on the country’s highest court, he has the burden of persuasion. And that is only fair.”—Anita Hill, Sept. 18, 2018 “Not only do…

Who is Karl Marx?

Find out from this short PragerU video. You might be surprised.

US Public Schools Failing

U.S. Schools Don’t Measure Up, and Polling Shows Both Republicans and Democrats Know It Identifying that a problem exists is the first step to solving it. Annie Holmquist May 24, 2018 There’s often a perception that Americans are so proud of their country and its “exceptionalism” that they are blind to any of its flaws.…

Grapes of Union Wrath

WSJ September 22, 2018 By The Editorial Board | 429 words Workers at Dan Gerawan’s third-generation family farm in Fresno, Calif., voted five long years ago to decertify the United Farm Workers. Their ballots were finally counted this week following a tortuous battle that illustrates how liberal government often subjugates individual worker rights to union…

Socialism’s Popularity

What to Do About the Growing Popularity of Socialism Brad Wenstrup  August 29, 2018 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 28, defeated the third-most powerful Democrat in the House of Representatives, Joe Crowley. (Photo: Marco Garcia/Reuters/Newscom) Twenty-eight-year-old democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez jumped into the national spotlight when she defeated longtime Congressman Joseph Crowley in the New York Democratic primary…

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The greatness of our country is found in our people, not our DC bureaucrats.

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