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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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Who Needs Another Clinton..?

Who Needs Another Clinton..? As for me it is far more than typing that title. I ask myself over and over again why…and who really needs this bit of Nation taken hostage? Okay just the other day I was speaking … Continue reading

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Inquiry Finds Homeland Security Official Intervened in Visa Cases

Inquiry Finds Homeland Security Official Intervened in Visa Cases The inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security told a House committee on Thursday that he did not believe “there was criminal activity involved” when the head of the United … Continue reading

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Two Washington D.C. Primers that Unless Something is done about them…What is the hope for?

Two Washington D.C. Primers that Unless Something is done about them…What is the hope for?   From very early this morning clicking between the various stock reports and what has now been identified as “applies to everyone, equal, the same,” … Continue reading

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Who Could Possibly Trust Hillary Clinton now..?

Who Could Possibly Trust Hillary Clinton now..? What happens to people in government? Basic transparency is not only critical but also not an option for a public official. Neither is it a mere inconvenience to be ignored. Newbies may deserve a … Continue reading

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A Birdseye View to the DHS Mess

A Birdseye View to the DHS Mess Personally I find that the ways of collecting taxes, albeit whatever those taxes are used for and how they are appropriated — notice that little term “appropriated” which literally means that those funds … Continue reading

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The Broken Tenants of War

The Broken Tenants of War Friends, countrymen and women, Americans that are unhyphenated earlier we composed an article that was well-received. Out of the topics that we write about here on The Contemporary Thinker very few have dealt with war … Continue reading

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The Founders on War…

The Founders on War… Today we attempt to write on two matters: The readiness of war and what power does to those who have it; and leadership for war that is, its planning, implementation, and are we carrying out those … Continue reading

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Just a little Respect

Just a little Respect For most of this week we have been sharing with you various and sundry thoughts — literally some analysis, some assessment, and whatever on our leader’s as they have proven themselves to be under the stressful, … Continue reading

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Responsibility, Accountability, and Culpability

Responsibility, Accountability, and Culpability This is one of those writings that one has set out a long time ago; however did not feel it was appropriate enough to involve our reader’s in. Yet, as I have observed what has gone … Continue reading

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