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Michael Brown did not die because he is black

Michael Brown robbed a convenience store. He took things that did not belong to him that someone else had to pay for. He didn’t do it to eat, or to support his family. He did it because he wanted some cigarillos and because he was bigger and stronger than the store owner, he could just […]

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Ferguson & the Nature of Riots

It is not necessarily the case that riots “signify intense anger” or “a lack of justice”: riots often simply symbolise riots. Consider: Some young men like violence and they also like to riot. Rioting can be extremely exciting to young men. It can also be a very good opportunity to obtain some free goods (i.e., to […]

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First three bills the GOP should pass in January

Having solidified the House and having reclaimed the Senate, the Republican Party is now in a good position to push the Republican agenda. What should be the first five bills the GOP passes in January? They should serve as a platform for the GOP’s plans in the next two years. Whether or not Obama signs […]

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The delusional spin machine: Democrats explain the midterm losses

Republicans took back the Senate and added members to the House during the midterm elections, but it does not reflect a rejection of Democrat policies and rhetoric, at least according to the progressive spin machine. The gelling narrative is that Americans rejected Democrats because they want politicians to work together, despite Obama’s assertion in October that Democrat “policies are on […]

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Arne Duncan: Closing the gap doesn’t mean ‘dumbing down’ white kids

Education Secretary Arne Duncan made a bizarre comment about closing the educational gap between “white kids” and “children of color” on Wednesday during a White House summit to discuss Obama’s ConnectED initiative “with superintendents from across the country.” Duncan said that closing the education gap does not mean “dumbing down” white kids, but “bringing up our children of color.” […]

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Senator Elizabeth Warren: Republicans crashed the economy (Video)

Potential Democratic presidential nominee Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke at the George Soros-funded Center for American Progress on Wednesday, where she assured her progressive audience that the 2014 election outcome was not a referendum against big government, rather, people are worried about “who government works for.” She declared, This is not about big government or small government. It’s not the […]

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Obamacare: HHS Secretary answers ‘Why are my premiums increasing?’

Health & Human Services (HHS) Secretary Sylvia Burwell responded to questions posed by Facebook users about Obamacare in an event moderated by Chris Hayes of the highly partisan organization, MSNBC. Hayes asked questions directly that were posed in the comments section for a Q&A on Facebook. While most of the discussion has been surrounding Burwell’s […]

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U.S. Muslim groups CAIR, MAS respond to UAE ‘terrorist organization’ designation

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) cabinet approved a list of terrorist organizations on Saturday, as reported at WAM, a prominent UAE news agency. Reuters reported on the story, but left out two organizations on the list that would be of particular interest to Americans: the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and The Muslim American Society (MAS). Robert Spencer […]


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Arizona voter turnout plunges to all-time low

Arizona voter turnout plummets to an estimated 44%, the lowest turnout since this data began being tracked in the 1970s. Voter turnout reached its peak in 1982 when 65.1% of registered voters showed up at the polls. Voter turnout dipped to 45.8% when Jane Hull was elected as Arizona’s second female governor in 1998. Maricopa […]

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What lurks just beyond the elections

As America moves into the last full week before the mid-term elections, citizens have become focused on the many scandals and injustices President Obama and the Democrat-led Senate have imposed on America. What many may not be considering, however is what will happen after the elections. Those additional offenses lurking in the shadows will not be big surprises, but they will be nasty. This […]


Dennis Michael Lynch discusses border security, political correctness

Dennis Michael Lynch was interviewed Sunday by Shannon Bream on the Fox News show “America’s News HQ”. Lynch, an award winning entrepreneur and acclaimed documentary filmmaker, is relentless in his pursuit of the truth and demanding accountability in border enforcement. Two of his films have extensive footage along the southern border and show America just […]

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