Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal is proof of the radical lurch to the left the Democratic Party has taken. If the Republicans in Congress can handle the messaging properly, attacking it will greatly enhance the Republican’s chances of retaking the House of Representatives. Educating others online about what is contained in the remarkably Marxist proposal … Continue reading The Green New Deal will be a winning issue for Republicans
This Breitbart article makes it appear that Microsoft is beginning the process of censoring political speech. Without consulting with its users, Microsoft has installed an establishment media browser extension, purportedly designed to rate the accuracy of news websites, as a default extension on mobile versions of its Edge browser. In practice, it creates a news … Continue reading Is Microsoft hopping on the censoring political speech bandwagon?
It's safe to say the Democrats are still not happy that President Trump won the last presidential election. Their first order of business upon taking the House of Representatives was to introduce a piece of legislation that tries to make it difficult for Republicans to win future elections. The legislation is HR.1 For the People … Continue reading Democrats are trying to take control of our electoral system
Those who just just examine the well publicized official guidelines are likely to miss the progressive indoctrination that is, sometimes subtly, buried in the Common Core curriculum. This Townhall article provides a perfect example. Legislators and citizens and self-professed school reformers should read a little more into the document. An inch and a half below … Continue reading Common Core is Progressive Indoctrination
Whenever President Obama abused his constitutionally granted authority I called him out on it, and I intend to do the same with President Trump. As I begin to write this article I am still unsure if President Trump has the constitutional authority to construct the border wall by declaring a national emergency. This is a … Continue reading Can the president build the wall by declaring an emergency?
For more than six months President Trump has been very critical of Federal Reserve Chairman Powell. A rapidly sinking stock marked caused, in part, by eight interest rate increases since the president took office, is at the root of the conflict. President Trump has reportedly expressed a desire to fire the chairman. Abolishing the entire … Continue reading End the Fed instead of just firing the chairman
Why did 147 million individuals express a desire to immigrate to the United States? The vast majority wishes to flee to here because they are living in countries with not enough individual freedom, not enough economic opportunity, or have oppressive governments. What is the root cause behind the recent string of migrant caravans leaving Central … Continue reading Wouldn’t it be best if the migrants fixed their own countries rather than flee?
In response to the overwhelming and tragic spike in overdoses caused by various opioid drugs the, Centers for Disease Control released the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain. The goal of the guidelines was: Improving the way opioids are prescribed through clinical practice guidelines can ensure patients have access to safer, more effective … Continue reading The government solution to the opioid crisis is causing an epidemic of suffering
The most powerful people in the United States are those that declare themselves to be offended; if they are of the liberal political persuasion, that is. In most cases, they will be granted immediate attention by the liberal media, and whatever offends them will be immediately banned. This is the end result of over two … Continue reading The perpetually offended have inherited the earth
There is very little that government bureaucracy does not turn into a nightmare. A two mile stretch of road in a small Massachusetts town is a perfect example of this fundamental principle. Twice in the recent past, a squabble between highway departments at two levels caused this stretch of road to be closed for hours, … Continue reading Government Bureaucracy turned a small town road into a nightmare.
It has been apparent to me for some time that progressives, along with the rest of the political left, have a view of United State that is drastically different from the true nature of this most remarkable nation. This distorted view of America took form in Colleges and Universities back in the 1960s, and has … Continue reading The Progressive Reality Distortion Toolkit
No founding father was more instrumental in establishing the United States as a nation grounded in individual freedom, natural law, Republican form of government, and a constitutionally limited federal government than Thomas Jefferson. No founding father has been more unfairly maligned by academia and modern historians than Thomas Jefferson. Some readers, those of a more … Continue reading Thomas Jefferson – Racist villain or abolitionist hero?
Several important facts about the early years of the Pilgrims, after they landed in Plymouth, are omitted from the current telling of their history. Few know today that the Pilgrims experimented with the kind of communal living that was advocated by Plato. This collectivist experiment nearly doomed the colony, contributing greatly to much suffering in … Continue reading Collectivism nearly doomed the Pilgrims
During the past two weeks I saw two Conservative friends post rather derogatory items about Libertarians on Facebook, and Libertarians do the same about Conservatives. That is just a small sampling of what I‘ve seen since I’ve been on social media. At times it appears there is an all out war between the two sides … Continue reading Why do Conservatives and Libertarians squabble so much?
Unfortunately I was wrong when I predicted that the Republicans would maintain a narrow majority in the House of Representatives. I found it difficult to believe that enough seats would switch to Democrat in order to flip the House given the drastic improvement in economic conditions since President Trump took office. There are many factors … Continue reading Five reasons why the Republicans lost the House