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SOTU: Where do we stand?

Posted on: February 10th, 2018 by Nathan Smith No Comments

The 2018 State of the Union address has undoubtedly summed up the presidency of Donald Trump. Not only was it the longest one in recent memory, it was probably the boldest and most memorable in recent memory; surely for decades. Trump promised to deliver a unifying message. Whether it was for the rich or poor,…
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What Makes America Great: Race

Posted on: February 10th, 2018 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

Now, as you read this title, odds are you might think “Hold up a second! America has had a horribly racist past, why would you pick that as a point of America’s greatness?” Well I’m so glad you asked! Much to many American’s chagrin, ‘tis true we haven’t always been on the right side when…
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Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who’s the craziest of them all?

Posted on: February 9th, 2018 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

Recently, Dr. Brandy X. Lee, a psychiatrist from Yale and author of “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump” has decided to create a lovely storm against President Trump. Dr. Lee briefed many lawmakers on the “volatile” state of Trump’s psychology. Even stating that apparently this is a “level of catastrophic violence that could be the…
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Healthcare, the Constitution, and Laboratories of Democracy

Posted on: October 4th, 2017 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

Healthcare… There’s a lot of emotion around this topic; the disabled, elderly, and chronically ill are all individuals that would greatly benefit from healthcare. Even with the healthy Murphy’s law takes place all too often. Helping with one’s medical ailments is always a noble cause and emotionally satisfying. Yet there’s also the harsh reality of…
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What Makes America Great: Religious Liberty

Posted on: September 26th, 2017 by Nathan Smith No Comments

By Frank Algeria, Guest Writer from Young Patriots for Liberty If there is one right many of us, as both Americans and Believers, exercise and enjoy today it is that of religious liberty. And though in our land this freedom is widely viewed as inherent, we as a people have oftentimes taken this liberty for…
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Sam Goes Around the World

Posted on: September 23rd, 2017 by Nathan Smith No Comments

As the Emmys and the MTV Music awards get more and more political (to the left end of the spectrum) their ratings are now hitting record lows. Perhaps they should tone down their liberal dogma so it’s actually watchable? September 15, 8:20 A.M. two tube bombs were detonated in London, injuring 30. The terrorist threat…
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From the Whistleblower: Flags, Football, and Foolishness

Posted on: September 19th, 2017 by Nathan Smith No Comments

The Supreme Court decision in 1989, Texas v. Johnson, proved to be quite controversial. After Gregory Lee Johnson burned the American flag outside Dallas City Hall, protesting the policies of President Reagan, he was fined and jailed. His appeal went all the way to the nation’s highest court. The central question rotated around the court’s…
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Joshua’s Current Event Column

Posted on: September 15th, 2017 by LeadTheWay No Comments

  With football season starting, the National Anthem is much more in the spotlight. However, some players have decided to pass on the tradition, by sitting, kneeling, raising their fists or various other actions to protest the Anthem and what it stands for. List of players who protested   A recent city council decision has…
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The Death of Christianity, the Rise of Isms, and Society’s Degradation

Posted on: September 12th, 2017 by Gedeon Foxxe No Comments

America’s Christian heritage is indisputable. The very purpose of the pilgrimage to the new world was to escape religious persecution. In fact, the judicial tenants of that Moses wrote for Israel parallel America’s judicial system uncannily. But what is so special about Christianity and why does the title in this article mention its death? Well…
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Hurricane Harvey will need $200 billion to recover from. We got $8 billion.

Posted on: September 9th, 2017 by LeadTheWay No Comments

Hurricane Harvey was one of the most powerful hurricanes on record, flooding out thousands of people and wiping out billions in infrastructure and goods. Additionally, the costs for the thousands now in shelters, feeding, clothing and healing them will certainly up the bill (not that its their fault). The government, as is its duty, has…
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