Category Archives: Politics

Does My Vote Really Matter?

Voter participation often suffers because of the generally accepted belief that “one vote really can’t make a difference.” 1645: 1 VOTE gave control of England to Oliver Cromwell 1649: 1 VOTE approved the beheading of Kings Charles I 1800: 1 … Continue reading

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The Duties Required by the Ninth Commandment in a Social Media World

You must be familiar with the ninth commandment: “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.” On a surface level it’s simple enough: Don’t tell lies about other people. But Christians have traditionally understood it to entail far more … Continue reading

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Are We on the Verge of Civil War? By Victor Davis Hanson

Americans keep dividing into two hostile camps. It seems the country is back to 1860 on the eve of the Civil War, rather than in 2018, during the greatest age of affluence, leisure, and freedom in the history of civilization. … Continue reading

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John Brennan’s Security Clearance By Victor Davis Hanson

Scarier than former CIA chief John Brennan losing his security clearance is the idea that he ever had one in the first place. Perhaps to avoid the appearance of partisanship in pulling the security clearances of former intelligence chiefs, the … Continue reading

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Review of The Watchers

  In The Watchers: A Secret History of the Reign of Elizabeth 1, traces the forty-five year reign of ‘The Virgin Queen,” and what it took to keep her there. History shows that religious and political conflicts were more common … Continue reading

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Democrats Don’t Fear Brett Kavanaugh, They Fear The Constitution By David Harsanyi

The other day Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was in Israel to receive an award for her commitment to tikkun olam (“to heal the world” in Hebrew,) a spiritual concept that progressive Jews have long distorted so that their malleable religious views could … Continue reading

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A Declaration of Freedom

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