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Voters in the United Kingdom sent a wave of tectonic proportions through the global economic and political establishment when they voted “Leave” on the referendum to part ways with the European Union (EU). The so-called “Brexit” is to date the most visible evidence of rising middle class discontent in western democracies, and only now has it reached a critical mass where it is being felt electorally....

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What Opening Cuba Says About the New Model of American Politics The Obama Administration’s foreign policy initiative to normalize relations with the Cuban communist government of Fidel and Raoul Castro and open the island nation to direct foreign investment by U.S. corporations strikes many observers as somewhat odd. The organization Human Rights Watch recently reported in its 2016 World Report that “the Cuban government...

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The Liberal Lexicon

The Liberal Lexicon


Posted By on Apr 21, 2016

Your field guide for decoding the political speech used by the Left. Abortion. The most important liberty mentioned in the Bill of Rights. See War on Women. Ammosexual. All lawful gun owners, because all gun owners, even if they are women, have to compensate for something, whether it is small genitalia or envy thereof. See Extremist. Assault Weapon. Every gun. See Gun. Bernie Sanders. The only thing standing between the Queen of...

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Government Isn’t a Business

Government Isn’t a Business


Posted By on Mar 14, 2016

Ever since I can remember, a frequent sentiment expressed by many of my friends on the right is that they wish government would be run “more like a business.” With the rise of a certain businessman’s GOP presidential candidacy, it seems like I have heard this rationale expressed more times in the past week than in the last five years. Now that federal debt of $19.3 trillion exceeds the value of the entire economy, and government...

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A Bloody Mosaic

A Bloody Mosaic


Posted By on Dec 2, 2015

A Killer Awakens  On the morning of Friday, November 27, 2015, the day after Thanksgiving, Robert Lewis Dear woke up in his RV parked on a rural plot of land he purchased in Park County, Colorado. It served as a makeshift homestead of sorts, a lonely redoubt in a bare valley between rolling mountains. It was a cold morning with a light snowfall gently falling from the overcast sky. We don’t know why, but he must have been thinking...

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The subject of guns in America is a passionate one, and a topic with the potential to raise one’s blood pressure, no matter which side of the issue you are on. After 80+ years of gun control in America, it is safe to say that both pro-rights and gun control advocates are dissatisfied with the results of regulating firearms in the United States. The latest prohibitionist attack on gun rights is a new study authored by Adam Lankford,...

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