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7 Top Takeaways From Trump’s UN Speech For Friends And Foes Alike

September 26, 2018 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ President Donald Trump defended the sovereignty of America—and every other country—before the 73rd United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, in his second address to the world body. To the other world leaders and diplomats, Trump delivered an unpopular message against globalism, while also calling for cooperation. He delivered tough talk to […]

Teaching The Teachers The Communist Manifesto At Radford

September 5, 2018 by

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By Lars Hagen ~  Roanoke Times, 9-3-2018, ½-Pg 7: Our plantation economy By a professor at Radford University teaching teachers https://www.roanoke.com/opinion/commentary/langrehr-our-plantation-economy/article_bf91e736-964d-54cc-9710-146c4d664a83.html – – Based on today’s economic recovery vs Obama’s 8-years of economic malaise, if we have a ‘plantation economy’ then clearly, for 8-years, Obama was ‘the Uncle Tom” of the plantation. http://roanokeslant.blogspot.com/2018/09/celebrate-trumps-us-labor-day-results.html – The author’s extension of Marx’s […]

What to do About the Growing Popularity of Socialism

August 30, 2018 by

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By Brad Wenstrup  ~  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 28, defeated the third-most powerful Democrat in the House of Representatives, Joe Crowley. (Pphoto: 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 in June. Many view her, along with socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, […]

The Earliest Signing Of The NDAA In 40 Years Is A Giant Step In Rebuilding The Military

August 15, 2018 by

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By Frederico Bartels ~ With President Donald Trump’s signature Monday at Fort Drum, New York, the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal 2019 will be the earliest a defense authorization bill has become law since 1978. Forty years ago, the bill was 16 pages long and was called the “Department of Defense […]

Freedom Of Speech Australia – Writers Festival Boss Is A Censor

August 14, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Marieke Hardy, artistic director of the Melbourne Writers Festival, is only a step from being a book-burner. She approves of attempts to stop the sale of books she doesn’t like. Yesterday she made clear on ABC radio that she is opposed to having debate in her festival as well – or […]

Cars And Consumer Choice

August 10, 2018 by

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By Craig Rucker ~ Freezing federally mandated fuel efficiency standards at 37 mpg is smart. The Obama Administration’s 54.5 mpg standard was completely unrealistic.  It could only be met by forcing people into electric cars or tiny “econoboxes,” neither of which most consumers would voluntarily choose. CFACT senior policy advisor Paul Driessen points out at […]

The 2 Lessons We Should Learn From Apple’s Success

August 10, 2018 by

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By Star Parker ~ Apple has become the first U.S. company in history to attain a trillion-dollar valuation. Here are a few thoughts about the relevance of this to our country today. The story of Apple is the story of Steve Jobs. He co-founded the company in 1976 at the age 21, was fired from […]