Tag Archives: Barack Obama

Moral Heroism Without Morality, a Different Look

Moral Heroism Without Morality, a Different Look In an attempt to assist our reader’s with a reference point, the following article was mostly written by Jonah Goldberg, for his Friday column called the G-File. This particular article was written around … Continue reading

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Who could be the Perpetrators of the Violence in Baltimore…

Who could be the Perpetrators of the Violence in Baltimore… Baltimore’s top prosecutor announced Friday that six officers would face charges in the death of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old black man whose death after an injury in police custody sparked … Continue reading

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Political pandering ~ Throw in the Towel..?

Political pandering ~ Throw in the Towel..? Two days after riots in Baltimore—at a time when most of the presidential field is either silent or contemptuous—Clinton has stepped out front with a forward-looking agenda on bringing people out of prison, … Continue reading

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Entitlements, Special Interests, and Washington

Entitlements, Special Interests, and Washington I can’t imagine what it’s like to be a cop. Given the state of political options that ruminate — such as our open willingness to break the rule of law — the notion is envisaged … Continue reading

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Ridiculous, disgusting behavior now hits Baltimore

Ridiculous, disgusting behavior now hits Baltimore Well as recorded in the annals of humankind, this despicable rubbish that is currently going on in the great original colony of Maryland, is really fast, as far as the cycle of discontent amongst … Continue reading

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A Look at America’s Founding Conservatives

A Look at America’s Founding Conservatives Outside scholarly circles, or academia, we really must admit that there is not an overwhelming public desire to learn as much or more than we ought too about — revolution, civil war, the Left, … Continue reading

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The Founding Conservatives

                                                                 The Founding Conservatives Okay it is time for us to take just a small jaunt — let’s say to around Philadelphia, and of course since our readers enjoy the time, spatial, or lack of either constraints, let’s board the … Continue reading

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Founding Fathers Friday

 Founding Fathers Friday The signers were religious men, all being Protestant except Charles Carroll, who was Roman Catholic. Over half expressed their religious faith as being Episcopalian. Others were Congregational, Presbyterian, Quaker, and Baptist. Two of the signers would become … Continue reading

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They are still coming…

They are still coming… “Gridlock” in Washington is often blamed for failure of “immigration reform.” The clamor for reform sometimes comes from those demanding the benefits of citizenship without the legal process. Anyone dissatisfied with immigration policy has to realize … Continue reading

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Freedom of Speech without using Conscience, Manners, and Ethics is Inexcusable

Freedom of Speech without using Conscience, Manners, and Ethics is Inexcusable If there is one position that is certain, it is the position of the person who is bringing the entire perspective into international attention. Farah El-Jayyousi, a Muslim student … Continue reading

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