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Vets’ Super Bowl Ad Rejected While WaPo Grandstands

February 4, 2019 by


A rebuttal to Nike’s Kaepernick ad was blocked, but “Democracy Dies in Darkness” got play.  ~ By Nate Jackson  ~    For many of the millions of Americans who watch the Super Bowl, the real reason is not so much interest in the game — especially as boring as this year’s was — but to see […]

Mike Rowe: Lessons Learned From Gun Owners

January 25, 2019 by


Rowe highlights the importance of personal responsibility for one’s own self-defense. ~ Culture Beat  ~   The popular host of the TV show “Dirty Jobs,” Mike Rowe is also well known for his down-to-earth commonsense approach to living life. On occasion he has been known to share his views on a variety of social issues […]

Morality, Populism, and Cultural Decay

January 20, 2019 by


John Adams once wrote, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people.”  By Robin Smith  ~   Is the proverbial American Dream now only a tale of days past? Are Americans positioned to live as victims of both cultural decay and policy controlled by governing elites, or can we hope for a generation […]

Readers’ Choice: Best of Alexander for 2018

December 27, 2018 by


The Mueller/Comey/Clinton Collusion to Take Down Trump The claim of campaign-finance violations will fuel the Democrats’ relentless hounding of Trump over the next two years, as it fits with their “stolen election” narrative and is fodder for faux impeachment charges. The Deconstruction and Repeal of the Second Amendment There is a growing chorus of leftist […]

Air Force Under Attack for Helping Salvation Army Provide Christmas to Needy Kids

December 19, 2018 by


By Todd Starnes  ~        The Military Religious Freedom Foundation has engaged in some pretty despicable behavior over the years — from demanding that the Baby Jesus be removed from military bases to complaining about Bibles on Missing Man tables. But their recent attack on the Airmen at Grand Forks Air Force Base in […]

Mid-Day Snapshot

December 18, 2018 by


POLITICS IN BRIEF The ‘Likely False’ Dossier and Other Collusion Fairytales A vote of no confidence in the dossier and a report about Russian social-media manipulation. Nate Jackson JUDICIARY IN BRIEF Federal Judicial Vacancies Getting Worse Jeff Flake’s lasting legacy is now one of leftist pandering and anti-Trump obstruction. Thomas Gallatin IMMIGRATION IN BRIEF Number […]

Another Point of View: Judge Brett Kavanaugh Now On The SCOTUS

October 7, 2018 by


By Lars Hagen ~ Good News:  Judge Brett Kavanaugh is now the 9th member of the SCOTUS! This is critically important because if appeals to the SCOTUS from the Obama-Circuit Courts are a 4-4 tie, then the Circuit Court positions are deemed law. – The Democrats have willfully, and with malice aforethought, denigrated a distinguished Jurist […]