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    Moral Equivalence Is Usually Moral Negligence

    Efforts to proclaim moral equivalence are not always misguided; sometimes each side is equally at fault or close enough. But these efforts are often misguided and unhelpful -- and sometimes harmful. Throughout my life, there has been an increasing trend to attach moral equivalence to all kinds of di ... Read More

    Russian Disinformation for a Conservative Audience

    Knowing that evidence would implicate Russia in the shoot-down of the Malaysian Airlines MH17 plane, the Russian disinformation apparatus went into action early in the crisis, putting out the story that the plane was travelling almost the same route that Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s jet had t ... Read More

    The Coming Christian Revolt

    From behind a smoking sniper rifle high atop his ivory tower peers the secular-”progressive.” He surveys his many victims, strewn across the American landscape below and mockingly sneers, “War on Christianity? What war on Christianity?” He then resumes shooting, all the while insisting that those un ... Read More

    Cruz in Charge of the Conservative Movement

    In what appears to be the ultimate modern demonstration of "drinking the Kool-Aid," Republicans across the spectrum seem to have entered a pact in sticking together to defend, and even celebrate, campaign tactics predicated on gross voter fraud and manipulation of minority voters. In fact, given rec ... Read More

    How Obama Questions Your Patriotism

    So Barack Obama is again using one of the most contemptible phrases in American politics -- "economic patriotism." There are many credible reasons to despise this rhetorical construct. Patriotism, after all, is the attachment to one's homeland, a nationalistic devotion to one's country and the value ... Read More

    Honoring Our Fathers

    Despite the media play Chicago gets, it isn't the official "Murder Capital of the U.S.A." That unhappy distinction — based on the murder rate per 100,000 people, not on the number of actual dead people on the streets — belongs to poor, under-populated Flint, Mich. Chicago gets the bad rap — and the ... Read More

    Has the Right Lost Its Will to Fight?

    I don't think Congress should begin impeachment proceedings against President Obama right now, but I also don't think that considering the idea is "crazy talk." The man has, in my view and that of many others, committed multitudinous impeachable offenses, and we need to strenuously object and bring ... Read More

    Evidence Mounts of a Manufactured Border Crisis

    The situation at America’s southern border is a “manufactured crisis,” one perpetuated—if not started—by the Obama administration. After all, the administration put out an ad in January 2014 asking for contractors to handle an influx of 65,000 children. “The surge to 60,000 or so children seen this ... Read More

    Could National Renewal Begin in Wyoming?

    Americans are rightly appalled at the cavalcade of outrages and affronts that emanate daily from Washington. Since Barack Obama was inaugurated in January of 2009, such detestable episodes as “Fast and Furious” and Benghazi (either of which would once have been sufficient to sink a presidency) are f ... Read More


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