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  • A Guide to Basic Differences Between Left and Right

    Source of Human Rights Left: government Right: the Creator Human Nature Left: basically good (Therefore, society is primarily responsible for evil.) Right: not basically good (Therefore, the individual is primarily responsible for evil.) Economic Goal Left: equality Right: prosperity Primary Role of the State Left: increase and protect equality Right:…

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  • A Protest Without Purpose

    A Protest Without Purpose

    Columnist Maureen Down has coined a useful description of the left's hysterical over-reaction to Donald Trump's upcoming inauguration, calling it “Pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder”. Determined to protest his presidency before it even begins, a group of activists secured commitments from more than 200,000 women who plan to march on Washington to…

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  • Taxpayers Fund a Murderer’s “Completeness”

    Taxpayers Fund a Murderer’s “Completeness”

    In an outrageous abuse of the legal system, a convicted murderer serving a life sentence in California, has successfully sued the state to get “gender reassignment surgery” costing close to $100,000. Shiloh Heavenly Quine was convicted for his role in brutal 1980 crime spree that included kidnapping, robbery, and first…

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  • Disturbing Lessons from the Chicago Beating

    Last week, four young blacks — two males, both 18 years old; and two females, 18 and 24 years-old — kidnapped a mentally disabled 18-year-old white boy and tortured him for 24 hours. Among other things, they kicked him, beat him, cut his scalp, made him drink from the toilet…

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  • ‘The Fourth Way’

    Hearings on President-elect Trump's Cabinet nominees open this week and all should be concluded after a day or two with positive committee votes and rapid floor votes of confirmation. Not a single nominee appears yet to be in any way endangered, and while interest groups on the left are furiously…

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  • Is Congress Unfairly Dominated by Christians?

    Is Congress Unfairly Dominated by Christians?

    A recent New York Times headline clearly intended to alarm readers. “The New Congress is 91% Christian,” the newspaper declared. “That's barely budged since 1961.” Since “the percentage of Christians among the United States population is declining” the article suggested it's inappropriate that the percentage of Christians in Congress remains…

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  • The “Change Agent” Takes Charge

    The “Change Agent” Takes Charge

    The best way to understand Donald Trump's astonishing electoral victory is to look at the public interest and excitement surrounding his inauguration. Imagine if Hillary Clinton had won the election: would her upcoming assumption of power have generated this level of interest and controversy? If we were counting down the…

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  • “Too Christian GOP” vs. “Diverse Democrats”?

    “Too Christian GOP” vs. “Diverse Democrats”?

    Liberals regularly attack the Republican Party as too white, too rich, too male and too old. But the New York Times recently slammed Congressional Republicans as much too Christian. Of 293 Republicans in the House and Senate, 291 identify as Christians, with the two others saying they're Jewish. Meanwhile, the…

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  • Memo to the young DC job seeker

    So you want to join the Trump Administration? Be a special assistant to a Cabinet secretary? Carry a briefcase in the White House? I get it. I did too, out of law school and fresh from a clerkship in 1984. And I was lucky — very lucky — to work…

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  • Trump’s Singular Advantage

    Trump’s Singular Advantage

    Americans of every outlook can agree on President-elect Donald Trump's status as a singular political personality, but even some of his most ardent supporters fail to grasp the singular nature of the opportunity that awaits him. Of the last eleven presidents, Trump is the sixth Republican, but he's the only…

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