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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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“Leftists call for removal of 3 army bases”

Posted on: August 31st, 2017 by LeadTheWay No Comments

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization which gleeful smears Conservative organizations as “hate groups”, has produced some commentary about the Confederate statue problem. Get rid of three army bases. Now, these aren’t little outposts in Alaska, but the three largest military bases our country posses, Forts Hood, Bragg and Benning. Some simple…
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Professional Protest Organization or Terrorist Group?

Posted on: August 24th, 2017 by Nathan Smith No Comments

Terrorism is usually associated with bombs, stabbings, shootings, vehicular attacks done by those acting under the influence of radical Islam. While this is a somewhat accurate generalization, there are many more forms of terrorism. By just a simple examination of the horrific attacks of the past twenty-five years, it is clear that acts of violence…
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Expressing Opinions….At a Cost?

Posted on: August 10th, 2017 by Nathan Smith No Comments

James Damore, a recently fired computer engineer working at Google, couldn’t keep his opinions to himself. Outrage was widespread after he was let go over a ten-page memo that he spread around criticizing the work environment at Google. The memo reportedly contained content that violated Google’s code of conduct because it perpetuated “harmful gender stereotypes”.…
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