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This week marked the infamous five year anniversary of Obamacare, the most detrimental piece of legislation enacted by the Obama Administration to this day.  It’s hard to believe that health care in the United States, once the envy of the … Continue reading

Making Sense by Michael Reagan When Ted Cruz officially stepped into the 2016 presidential ring this week the boo-birds attacked immediately. But it wasn’t just the liberals of the mainstream media who threw bottles and chairs at the conservative Texan. … Continue reading

By Tom Purcell The old grocery store in my neighborhood is closing next month. Boy, does that make me sad. The family-owned store has been a staple in our community for more than 50 years. Its simple, spartan interior is … Continue reading

Raging Moderate by Will Durst You might want to stuff your pants pockets with sand and hang onto the rail as the ship of state lurches towards the distinct possibility that the next election to command the helm will be … Continue reading

By Jason Stanford A 6th grader in East Texas recently challenged state lawmakers to do what she and every other public-school kid have to do during testing season: “Sit in a room for up to four hours, without talking, writing, … Continue reading

In the next few weeks, the U.S. Senate may or may not confirm Loretta Lynch as the next Attorney General of the United States.  The vote was recently delayed due to pending language in the human trafficking bill, the Justice … Continue reading

Making Sense by Michael Reagan “What about the children?” Politicians of both parties often stoop to using our children as props whenever they’re fighting for a new law or pet government program. They argue we need to cut the $18 … Continue reading

Making Sense by Michael Reagan There we go again, Republicans. We keep shooting ourselves in the feet — and at the worst possible times. Things were going pretty well for the GOP until Monday. President Obama was getting major grief … Continue reading

By Jason Stanford If I told you Warren Buffett had a stock tip, you’d listen, right? Would you see a movie if Meryl Streep recommended it? Of course you would. You look like a smart fella. It just stands to … Continue reading

Raging Moderate by Will Durst Don’t look now, but the Democratic Party is undergoing an identity crisis of such monumental proportions, the Dissociative Identity Disorder people have called and are requesting artifacts for their Hall of Fame. They’re going to … Continue reading

By Jason Stanford After huddling with his war council in Kuwait, Defense Secretary Ash Carter says we’ve got the “ingredients of the strategy” to achieve a “lasting defeat” over ISIS. Some Senate Republicans claim that ISIS is going to kill … Continue reading

The second series of the SPIRIT OF LAGOS educational comic showcases some important aspects of historical Lagos that cannot be wished away, documented through research and illustrated in full color.

By David Bossie This year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is being held this week and once again my organization, Citizens United, the nation’s premier conservative filmmaker, will be hosting the CPAC Theater and Film Festival throughout the weekend. We … Continue reading

Making Sense by Michael Reagan Where does the Obama Administration find these people? How did Marie Harf — the deputy spokesperson for the State Department’s Bureau of Public Affairs — get her job? On Monday she provided the latest proof … Continue reading

Tyrades! By Danny Tyree Are you an unsung hero? Do those you encounter not appreciate the “real” you? Must you always having the last word? Then you might be interested in the new trend spotted by USA Today: self-penned obituaries, … Continue reading

Independent’s Eye by Joe Gandelman So NBC’s Brian Williams is off his anchor desk for six months — wanna bet it’ll be a LOT longer than that? — and has gone from being a respected anchor to a godsend to … Continue reading

By Phil Kerpen Proponents of President Obama’s 332-page plan to regulate the Internet insist they oppose content control. They even style themselves defenders of free speech. But there is a very serious risk that changing the Internet from an unregulated … Continue reading

By David Bossie A federal court stopped President Obama’s amnesty order dead in its tracks on Tuesday, agreeing with a majority of the states that it is patently unconstitutional for a president to simply declare that he won’t enforce laws … Continue reading

By Tom Purcell “Boy, here’s something we could use more of today: unity among the American people. Americans are so divided.” “Maybe so, but we’ve been divided worse before.” “We were?” “Watch the History Channel series ‘Sons of Liberty.’ It … Continue reading

Raging Moderate by Will Durst It’s kind of sad being forced to watch the death struggle of these modern-day dinosaurs. Responsible parents should keep their kids from peering over the Plexiglas railing into the tar pits below to see the … Continue reading