• Remembering Terry Lafferty

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    Remembering Terry Lafferty

    Our dear friend and co-worker Terry Lafferty just went to be with the Lord. She was amazing. As her sister, Holly, told us this weekend Terry was designed to do promotions for our radio stations. Her boundless energy and enthusiastic (God in us) promotion of our stations was inspirational. She battled cancer bravely…

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  • The Key to November: Turnout

    The key factor that will decide control of Congress in November's election isn't President Trump's approval rating or the results of the Mueller investigation. It's election day turnout, where results vary widely from year to year. In the last midterm election in 2014, voting participation dropped to its lowest level…

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  • Why Do Americans Prefer Sports to Politics?

    Why Do Americans Prefer Sports to Politics?

    During a visit to Washington DC in June, I saw an estimated 200,000 revelers in the street to celebrate what some called “the greatest day of my life.” The cause for jubilation wasn't some political victory; it was the clinching game that enabled the Washington Capitals to win hockey's Stanley…

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  • Miss America: The Latest Institution Destroyed by the Left

    As I have documented repeatedly, the left ruins just about everything it touches: the universities, the arts, the elementary schools and high schools, religion, sports and ordinary, everyday interactions between human beings — especially human beings of different races. The latest examples — in just the last few weeks —…

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  • Google’s New Slogan

    The original slogan of Google was “Don't be evil.” When Google changed its corporate name to Alphabet in 2015, it changed the slogan to “Do the right thing.” If it were to be true to its values, Google should have changed its slogan from “Don't be evil” to “Don't fight…

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  • An American Victim of Terror

    An American Victim of Terror

    Fifty years ago, supporters of Robert Kennedy's presidential campaign gathered for a victory party after a hard-fought California Primary. For those of us who were there at LA's Ambassador Hotel that fatal night, it became one of the most searing experiences of our lives. In retrospect, it's surprising that media…

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  • Misleading Headline Displays Bias

    Misleading Headline Displays Bias

    A front-page headline in the New York Times distorted a bold new initiative of the Trump administration and displayed that paper's long-standing grudge. Beneath a dramatic photo of a suspect being led away in handcuffs, the headline proclaimed: TRUMP TARGETS FEDERAL WORKERS IN ORDERS CURBING PROTECTIONS. First of all, the…

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  • Freedom of Speech Doesn’t Mean Freedom from Consequences

    Freedom of Speech Doesn’t Mean Freedom from Consequences

    When ABC canceled its top-rated Roseanne revival because of vile racist comments by its star, Americans received another reminder that freedom of speech doesn't mean freedom from consequences. No, the government can't stop you from saying stupid things but a private business can terminate your employment if your offensive words…

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