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The Frankfurt School and Cultural Marxism

By The Editor

Here is Paul Gottfried writing at American Thinker about the Frankfurt School: Franklin Einspruch, A commentator in The Federalist, describes me as a “circumspect conservative” scholar who has written responsibly about Cultural Marxism. I’m also deemed to be a…

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Will Illinois Choose Pot Before Jobs?

By John Biver

In a high tax state that’s bankrupt and losing residents, one might think that our government officials would have better things to do than legalizing pot (marijuana). And one would be wrong. Especially when…

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A New Year’s Toast To The Old Breed

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Here is Victor Davis Hanson writing about “the old breed: The late World War II combat veteran and memoirist E. B. Sledge enshrined his generation of fellow Marines as “The Old Breed” in his…

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Making Medicine Affordable Is Simple

By The Editor

Dr. Tom Coburn, a retired GOP U.S. Senator, understands how to make medicine affordable. So why don’t Republicans promote this approach? Because they either don’t know how to or because they receive too many…

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Leftists: Establishing a Religion

By The Editor

Establishing a religion is exactly what they’re doing — here is Tom Trinko writing at American Thinker: In the case of Jack Philips, the baker who doesn’t want to be forced to support a gay…

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Being Pro-Life at Google

By The Editor

Here is John Stonestreet with a terrific pro-life message (the audio of it is available at the link below): The Case for Life is Strong Is it possible to argue effectively for the rights…

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Looking Ahead to Trump’s Year Two

By The Editor

Here is Bruce Thornton writing about Trump’s year two: A glance at the biggest challenges — and how to surmount them. President Trump’s first year ended with the biggest tax reform since 1986, the…

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