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Rescuing citizenship and civic virtue

Rescuing citizenship and civic virtue

By John Biver

From Michelle Malkin: As we celebrate our nation’s 237th birthday, a crucial facet of American life has all but vanished. We have forsaken, in a systematic and deliberate public manner, one of our most…

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Our Lives, Our Fortunes, Our Sacred Honor: We’re not there yet

By John Biver

The ringing end of the Declaration of Independence is familiar to many: “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.” If you’re unfamiliar with how things turned out for the signers of the Declaration […]

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12 Little-Known Facts About the Declaration of Independence

12 Little-Known Facts About the Declaration of Independence

By John Biver

From Townhall.com’s Chuck Norris: [Approaching] Independence Day, I was doing a little reflecting upon the history surrounding the Declaration of Independence. And I thought it would be of equal interest to many of my readers to look at some often-overlooked aspects of the declaration’s production and legacy. […]

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The Radicalization of the Church

The Radicalization of the Church

By John Biver

An important article by Fay Voshell at American Thinker: For decades, radical left theology has been making gradual inroads into the nation’s churches. Inserting the God factor has granted a divine imprimatur to leftist…

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Kindergarten and the Kafkaesque

Kindergarten and the Kafkaesque

By John Biver

Daren Jonescu at American Thinker nails it regarding the crazy political left: To follow up on the recent story about a five-year-old boy suspended for showing a cap gun to his friend on a…

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A Failure to Communicate

A Failure to Communicate

By John Biver

From Frank Burke: The line, “What we have here is failure to communicate,” from the film, Cool Hand Luke, might describe of the single greatest failure of Republican conservatives. As those on the Right…

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What Is Private, What Is Not: The national security of the U.S. justifies the collection of “metadata”

By The Editor

Two con, two pro — four articles regarding the TSA whistleblower Edward Snowden: By disclosing these highly classified national security programs to the foreign media, Edward Snowden effectively appointed himself to the United States Congress, Presidency and Supreme Court — and made himself the arbiter of all things constitutional. […]

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