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American Flag At Sunset
American Flag At Sunset

Threats to the United States now at a Whole New Level

It turns out that nations do not stumble into wars and conflict. Wars are generally the result of globalist forces with ulterior motives or political leaders who seek to shore up and protect their political position by demonizing a target, like Russia, and then rallying the people’s support around the enemy of that target, like Ukraine, in the name of patriotism and American interests. Read More ›
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Young couple sending their children to school
Young couple sending their children to school

School Choice Hypocrisy: Good for My Children, but Not Yours

There are five major categories of people working to block school choice for others despite taking advantage of it themselves. The most hypocritical — those who send their own children to private schools as their wealth allows but don’t want others to have that opportunity. Read More ›
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Silhouette of terrorist holding rifle against burning tank
Silhouette of terrorist holding rifle against burning tank

Weakness and Underestimating Enemies Invites War

The talk about whether the United States could prevail in a two-front war—against Russia in the European theater to defend Ukraine and against China in the Pacific theater to defend Taiwan—has suddenly been eclipsed.  Read More ›
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Strange and Maybe Wonderful Case of a New Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library

It is now newsworthy (in the New York Times) that North Dakotans are in the process of building a $333 million Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library. It is a private philanthropic venture not connected to the National Archives collection of presidential libraries that go back to the middle of the last century. Read More ›
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Rural Minnesota road with dramatic clouds at sundown

The Middle of the Country

In the U.S., half of all the homeless persons who sleep outside do so in California, and it seems that at least half the coverage of homelessness in national publications concerns California. Read More ›
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Too Pure for Harvard?

The BDS -- or Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions -- movement began in 2005 as a progressive effort to defund and isolate Israel. The goal has been to pull money from Israeli institutions, isolate the Jewish State and stoke cowardice in corporate boardrooms. Read More ›
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Daughter is reading book to her international parents
Daughter is reading book to her international parents

How Texas Is Becoming the Frontlines for Parents-First School Choice

For far too long, K-12 public schools have been viewed as the only experts when it comes to educating children. Parents’ fundamental responsibility to serve as the primary educators of their children has been outsourced to these government institutes, where the vast majority of children remain trapped. Read More ›
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Beyond Orwell: The Players and Strategies of Today’s Censorship and Cancel Culture Part II

When crises come—whether a pandemic or war—most people become fixated on the immediate events and fail to connect the dots that provide a context for how those events may fit together in a deep state or globalist agenda. Read More ›
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No to Killing for Organs

The shortage of organs for transplantation is threatening to unleash immoral and unethical remedies. A terrible story out of Belgium illustrates the peril. Read More ›