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Nationalism and Internationalism

Nationalism and Internationalism

Iraq and immigration have one thing in common. Both are founded on the assumption that national political philosophies can be universally applied to any population with the same results.

The same leftists and radical libertarians who mocked the idea that Iraqis could be ...

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Night Falls on Civilization

 Night Falls on Civilization

Forget the World's Fair, we now have a new way to celebrate human accomplishment. Instead of seeing a vision of the future, we turn off the lights and sit in the dark for an hour.

Earth Hour shows how far we have come from celebrating human accomplishment to celebrating the lack of accomplishment ...

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Friday Afternoon Roundup - Don't Call It Amnesty

 Friday Afternoon Roundup - Don't Call It Amnesty

Amnesty is bad. Everyone agrees on that. Even the senators who support amnesty claim not to support it. Instead they support “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” with “A Path to Citizenship”. They support a comprehensive solution that will be compassionate and work as an immigration policy for ...

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BENADOR: God Created Israel, Obama wants a Palestine

BENADOR:  God Created Israel, Obama wants a Palestine

There has been a long hiatus in my writing since the disheartening American reelection.  It is only Obama's visit to the Land of Israel that has brought me back.

The idea of Obama setting his feet on the Land God gave to the Jewish people, is like a dagger in the heart of all true Jews.

We all ...

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The Return of the Conservative Conscience

The Return of the Conservative Conscience

FRONT ROYAL, VA -- In just thirteen hours, Rand Paul's constitutional marathon established him as one of the best stump speakers in the senate. His easy-going, spontaneous, and cogent extended soliloquy sent a power surge through the somnambulant GOP. The ensuing swell of popular support for ...

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Where Are the Benghazi Survivors?

Where Are the Benghazi Survivors?

Where are the survivors?

The unseemly efforts undertaken by the Obama administration, Democratic collaborators and a calculatingly uninterested mainstream media to avoid answering one of the fundamental questions of the Benghazi debacle will no longer suffice. Republicans in both the House and ...

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Democracy Is Not the Answer

To understand how we got to the point that spending hundreds of millions of dollars to support a government run by people who have been at war with us for almost a century is a policy that most foreign policy experts endorse, it helps to take a brief trip back in time.

In the last century, our big ...

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March 16, 2013 Roundup - Politicians and Principles

March 16, 2013 Roundup - Politicians and Principles

A CONSERVATISM OF PRINCIPLES


Robert Spencer has written an article, "Why I am not a conservative" after his CPAC mistreatment. I appreciate his feelings, but I think it's a mistake to define conservatism in terms of personalities. 

Conservatism cannot be defined by Romney or Norquist, or for ...

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Shadow of the Gun

Shadow of the Gun

Every day another one of the stories comes in. A teacher panicked by a plastic gun, an army man on a cupcake, a t-shirt, a pop tart chewed into the shape of a gun or a finger gun hits the panic button. Supensions and lectures quickly follow as the latest threat to the gun-free zone, usually in the ...

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