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This Week’s Good, Bad and Ugly

This Week’s Good, Bad and Ugly

A look at the good, the bad, and the ugly from this past week in politics and news. Including: restoring restroom sanity, from Russian with love, and the ultimate power in the universe.

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University Students, Protecting the First Amendment IS Intellectual

University Students, Protecting the First Amendment IS Intellectual

Winston Churchill made the statement, “Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry on as if nothing ever happened”. The First Amendment happens to be that truth for our American universities.

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Democrats impede excellence in education

Democrats impede excellence in education

What is it about new Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos that so bothers Democrats that not a single Democratic Senator voted to confirm her, requiring Vice President Mike Pence to cast the deciding vote?

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The Left’s Politics of Petulance – Be Afraid…Be Very Afraid

The Left’s Politics of Petulance – Be Afraid…Be Very Afraid

The peaceful transition of political power. For most of human history that was unheard of. Instead, power was wrested from the incumbent by palace intrigue, insurrections, stronger warlords or barons, or out-and-out war. Even a cursory glance at history confirms this, for much of written history centers around such events, in every nation on earth. Except one.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Avoid Expensive Taxi Rides

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Avoid Expensive Taxi Rides

I believe that the client used an ambulance service to go to an appointment with a doctor. The normal rule is that if an ambulance was not used in a life threatening situation, Medicare will not cover or help pay for it.

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Ending Abortion For Good

The television screen goes dark. The melancholy sounds of violin music play softly in the background, while images of sad, forlorn faces fade in and out and a tearful voice describes the plight of the forgotten ones… abandoned, neglected, abused, mistreated, hungry, cold, lonely and frightened. How could anyone with a heart, seeing such images before their eyes, not be deeply affected and moved to action — to help, to do something to end the plight of these sorrowful creatures?

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The Right to Play ‘Pretend’, ‘Dress Up’ and ‘Make Believe’

The Right to Play ‘Pretend’, ‘Dress Up’ and ‘Make Believe’

They who scream loudest against the miraculous validity and veracity of the Christian faith and related truth claims are they who espouse and demand an acknowledgement and affirmation of their own contrived, denied reality. A denial of the sanctity and intricacy of physical design and distinct gender identity inherent in the creation and procreation of mankind is no substitute for the unalienable and absolute created basis of all things.

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No Room for Christianity in the Trump Administration

No Room for Christianity in the Trump Administration

The comments made by Vice President Mike Pence to Leftist “reporter” George Stephanopoulos last weekend (see the video) represent an apparent dichotomy that should, at a minimum, gravely concern conservatives and Christians, if not directly outrage them.

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Painting of the prayer led by Rev. Jacob Duché at the first congress

They Want a Civil War, We Have a Prayer Meeting

We the People have staged a counter-revolution against this growing tyranny. Was it a violent revolution? Did we stage mass demonstrations, attack opponents, or try to silence debate? No, it was a peaceful, lawful revolution at the ballot box.

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Rebellion Against God is Cosmic Suicide

Rebellion Against God is Cosmic Suicide

Resistance is futile. Our options are submission or a miserable and perpetual annihilation. The righteous judgements of God are dismissed at our own peril.

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