Las Vegas shooter, evil-embodied
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Evil embodied in Las Vegas

The definition of evil Good and bad can coexist, but the Las Vegas shooter chose pure wickedness Las Vegas shooter took evil path Responding to the recent Las Vegas concert shooting that killed more than 50 people and injured hundreds more, President Trump described the act as...
NFL Protests Stop the Fun
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Taking a Knee, taking the fun out of football

Unnecessary roughness Grievance exhibitions are taking the fun out of football If you like professional sports, a major reason – perhaps the reason – you attend games or watch them on TV, is that it helps you escape from whatever occupies your mind the rest of the...
Tax Relief/Reform
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A state model for federal tax relief

Tax cuts in North Carolina have revved up the economy Tax relief can be solved at the state level As our congressional Republicans begin to shape their tax relief for hardworking Americans, they need not look any further than North Carolina. In the years after rolling out a bold...
Things Mike says
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Mike Rowe ‘Dirty Jobs’ TV Host: ‘Citizens true bosses of NFL’

Mike Rowe’s timely reminder: Citizens true bosses of NFL Mike Rowe, the guy of “Dirty Jobs” fame, issued some scathing criticisms against the NFL and – well, and pretty much everyone else tied to the whole football protest movement. No, really, Mike, tell...
U.S. Statues, courtesy Freepik
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First they came for the Confederacy

First they came for the Confederacy Now trendy Catholics are toppling their religious icons While most Catholic leaders have been silent about the removal of the statues of Confederate War hero Robert E. Lee, and the desecration of statues of Abraham Lincoln and Christopher...
Sancutary Cities
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Sanctuary city policies infect federal law enforcement agencies

Washington D.C. itself follows a sanctuary city policy The U.S. Capitol itself follows a sanctuary city policy that protects illegal immigrants from being turned over to deportation agents, a Republican congressman said Friday, announcing new legislation to scrap that policy....
Media Report - Bias & Libel
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Media bias may be immune to libel laws

Media bias may be immune to libel laws The so-called Sullivan rule, which largely freed the media from pursuit by libel lawyers, is the gold standard in American newsrooms. Gold doesn’t collect tarnish. Nevertheless, thoughtful publishers, editors and libel lawyers warn...
Opinion: Exporting the new American Revolution
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Exporting the new American revolution

American example can influence the world The voice of the chicken, like the voice of the turtle, is heard in the land and it’s making a fearsome racket, on final approach to the roost. The established order has been turned upside down in a flutter of fine feathers. The...

When the drug crisis hits home

When the drug crisis hits home The heartbreak of 50,000 dead is everywhere No one wants to read about drug addiction, abuse, overdose numbers and young death. Why should they? Why should anyone who is steady, healthy and cogent enough to be combing a newspaper, or scanning news...

Taking back the border between USA and Mexico

Taking back the border Trump’s election has made it possible Donald Trump may have shocked the world when he was elected president of the United States, but Latino voters proved to be an even bigger surprise. Election Day exit polling showed that Mr. Trump gained 2 percent more...