Browsing All Posts filed under »Democracy«

The New Christian Black Leadership

July 21, 2016 by


By Star Parker ~ All eyes should be on Florida to see the seeds of change in black America. The issue is school choice and the nation’s largest private school choice scholarship program, the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship, enacted in Florida in 2001 under Gov. Jeb Bush. Students receive scholarships to attend the school of […]

A Day In The Life Of A Delegate To The GOP Convention

July 20, 2016 by


By Melissa Quinn ~ CLEVELAND—It’s just after 3 p.m. on the afternoon of the first day of the Republican National Convention, and Art Wittich is leaning up against a red pole on the outskirts of the convention floor, observing the events taking place before him. Directly to his right, CNN anchors and guests gather around an […]

Despite Efforts From LGBT Group, GOP Platform Retains Social Conservative Tenets

July 19, 2016 by


By Philip Wegmann ~ CLEVELAND—A dramatic effort to change the GOP’s stance on LGBT issues ended with a whimper Monday as the Republican National Convention kicked off officially. The document, adopted Monday on the floor of Quicken Loans Arena, codifies the traditional definition of marriage and denounces the administration’s school bathroom directive. “It’s the most […]

Australian Politics – Greens Party Dying At Last

July 15, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Is Australian Greens Party Leader Richard Di Natale the Meg Lees (former Leader of the now long gone Australian Democrats Party) of the Greens? Or has the green religion simply peaked?  Simon Benson: Of all the excuses offered for their abysmal election outcome, the Greens leader Richard Di Natale’s has to […]

Australian Election Result – The Labor Party Must Now Help The Liberal Government To Save Us

July 11, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Chris Mitchell warns that Australia’s finances are in deep trouble and it’s time the Labor Party was held to account for its opportunistic vandalism: [N]ow about half of all Australian voters receive more in government payments than they shell out in tax. Young journalists push the cause of higher welfare as […]

Now Controversial: ‘God Bless America’

July 10, 2016 by


By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham ~ It didn’t used to be — that’s a phrase we use a lot these days, isn’t it? — but the Fourth of July festivities bring out the angriest guff from the left. In 1991 Boston Globe arts critic (and aspiring poet) Patricia Smith decided to refashion the national […]

Australian Election Result – Kroger Says It Was Prime Minister Turnbull What Lost It, Not The Mediscare

July 10, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Background: Seven days on from the election, and there is still no definitive result. It looks highly likely that the former Turnbull led (Conservative Parties) Coalition will be returned to Government, but with the slimmest only of majorities, and a Senate that looks to be even more problematic than it was […]


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