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Is Donald Trump’s Ego More Sacred Than 9/11?

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Back in 2009, radio personality Glenn Beck created a national group (perhaps more accurately defined as a movement) called the 9-12 Project. Its purpose was to encourage average citizens to participate in a conscious effort to try and emulate the period of national unity our country experienced in the wake of the 9/11 terrorists attacks…

Paul Ryan’s Not Conservative Enough to Be Speaker?

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Riddle: What do you call the guy who’s the Republican Party’s leading advocate of conservative entitlement reform? Answer: A RINO (Republican in name only). At least that’s what some conservative activist groups and pundits would have you believe. When people started throwing Congressman Paul Ryan’s name around as a possible replacement for Speaker of the…

The Passion of the Trump: Taking People’s Property

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Donald Trump is a man of passion. He’s passionate about real estate, his wealth, his prestigious brand, and of course politics. It’s that passion that has been the driving force behind his infectious presidential campaign, shocking pundits and political observers alike as he continues to maintain a strong lead in the national polls. When Trump…

America’s Ongoing Humiliation on the World Stage

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Early Wednesday morning, reports began streaming in that Russia had begun launching air-strikes in Syria, just minutes after demanding that U.S. planes immediately leave Syrian airspace. In what has become an unmistakable pattern over the years in the midst of significant acts of international aggression, the White House was caught totally unaware and unprepared for…

Two Successful Governors Gone; Take That, GOP Congress!

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Monday afternoon, in a move that surprised many, Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker ended his bid for the White House. He now joins Rick Perry as the second GOP leader to have to bow out of the race, due to a lack of support. Both have been very successful governors, and were once considered two…