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The ‘Real’ Miracle In Philadelphia, 1787

November 13, 2017 by

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By Frank Hill ~ A young person said this recently: “The Founders were all white privileged men” To which the answer was: “Yes. And your point is?” “They wrote the Constitution to protect their interests. It was stacked for rich white men from the beginning.” Which is also mostly true at the time. “Do you […]

To The Left, “Ignorance IS Strength”

September 5, 2017 by

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By Edward Cline ~ On August 19th, Pamela Geller revealed the questions asked by Pro Publica’s Lauren Kirchner before Kirchner got Geller’s PayPal account terminated. I am a reporter at ProPublica, a nonprofit investigative newsroom in New York. I am contacting you to let you know that we are including your website in a list […]

On Leaving Islam

June 19, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ The Australian ABC presenter Sami Shah has written The Islamic Republic of Australia , explaining why he and his wife, psychologist Ishma Alvi, has left Islam. Their story may finally alert Shah’s colleagues to some fundamental problems with Islam, and the sheer inanity of (now-ex) ABC presenter Yassmin Abdel Magied calling […]

MEMORIAL DAY Reflections

May 29, 2017 by

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Now that the festivities of Memorial Day is coming to an end, I wonder how many fully realize what this day is really about. I just read the following and wanted to share this with you. It’s good to pause for an insightful reflection of the significance of this day, no matter what country you […]

Thanksgiving – A Day For Thank You Notes?

November 26, 2016 by

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By Dr. Robin McFee ~ “If the only prayer you said in your whole life was ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.”  ~   Meister Eckhart Of all the holidays we celebrate as Americans, Thanksgiving couldn’t come a moment too soon! Perhaps influenced by the yearlong divisiveness of politics, which unlike any other election cycle I can […]

It Didn’t Start With Marx

May 14, 2016 by

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By Edward Cline ~ An extraordinary book came my way, one which alters to some degree my own focus on the current conflict between socialism and conservatism, between secular political collectivism and religious political collectivism in America. This is George Watson‘s The Lost Literature of Socialism, originally published in 1998 and reissued in 2001. Then, […]

The “Too Hard To Do” Syndrome

March 16, 2016 by

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By Peter Huessy ~ On May 25, 1961 President John F. Kennedy stood before Congress and said that before the decade was finished the United States should land a man on the moon and return him to earth. A year and a half later, in an address at Rice University, known as the “We choose […]