Written by Frank Salvato
I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” This quote, often attributed to Voltaire, is at the heart of our First Amendment right to free speech, at least where the authority of our government is concerned.
Written by JB Williams
After five years of unbridled intentional destruction of the Constitutional Republic, freedom and liberty, the American economy, the US Military and every known ...
Written by Matthew Vadum
Speculation is running rampant in the nation’s capital that the Supreme Court is poised to strike down three purported recess appointments that President Obama used to unconstitutionally manipulate federal labor relations policy.
Written by Ericka Andersen
Movie critics have called “Lone Survivor” the best war-time movie since “Saving Private Ryan.”
The film — based on the true story of Navy SEALs on a mission in Afghanistan — caused CNN’s Jake Tapper to question the operation that took the lives of 19 men. The Navy SEALs were tasked to capture ...
Written by Amil Imani
It is axiomatic that to be a Muslim you must: believe in Allah by taking him as your one and only lord, accept Muhammad as Allah’s beloved messenger and take the Quran as a literal work of Allah and a perfect prescription for living.
Hard as I tried, I had a terrible time being a Muslim right at the ...
Written by Eliana Benador
"In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problems government IS the problem." President Ronald Reagan
By Eliana Benador
No one knows how Obamacare works, especially not even the people who wrote the legislation and voted for it and, needless to say, not regular ...
Written by Frank Salvato
To draw from an opening phrase, in the beginning, there was capitalism. More accurately, at the beginning of our Constitutional Republic, government was committed to limiting – drastically– it’s footprint in the new American marketplace. Americans were free from the tyranny of government ...
Written by Torsten Mann
Since infamous “Black Thursday” of 24th October, 1929 which led to the Great Depression of the 1930s one knows the far-reaching consequences ...
Written by Abigail R. Esman
Among the great joys of writing a book is the discovery, as you go, of what it really is about. Rarely does an author know from the beginning what she will discover before it ends.
So it was for Phyllis Chesler, who set out to write An American Bride ...