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More Freedom: Good for Blacks, Bad for Black Politicians

More Freedom: Good for Blacks, Bad for Black Politicians

Black politicians want us to believe that the economic laws that work for whites don’t apply to blacks. They want us to believe that politics and government will make black lives better instead. Some $22 trillion dollars have been spent on anti-poverty programs without making a dent in the black poverty rate, and with gaps between black and white median household income and wealth continuing to increase.

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Can a Peter Pan Generation Preserve Liberty?

Can a Peter Pan Generation Preserve Liberty?

Psychologist Dan Kiley has identified what he calls the Peter Pan syndrome: a serious social-psychological phenomenon is besetting American males: hundreds of thousands of boys are refusing to become men. Though they have reached adult age, the are unable to face adult feelings and responsibilities.

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Freedom Caucus: Today’s Abolitionists

Freedom Caucus: Today’s Abolitionists

The Freedom Caucus members are today’s abolitionists. They see, rightly, how far America has drifted from its blueprint of freedom, and the grave consequences of this fiscally, morally and existentially.

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"A republic, if you can keep it," said Benjamin Franklin when asked what type of government the founders had established.

Republic No More – And Why It Matters

The Founders wrote at length against pure democracy, which as one wag noted, “is two wolves and a sheep deciding on what’s for dinner.” That may be fine for the wolves today, but when three hunters enter the equation tomorrow, not so much. And when five PETA members enter the fray the day after…? And ten cattle ranchers the day after that…?

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CIA Headquarters, Langley, VA (Photo credit: Carol M. Highsmith)

Just Because You’re Paranoid Doesn’t Mean They Aren’t Watching You

Does the CIA have truly noble motives? To whom are they accountable? Do they operate not only under the radar but blatantly and arbitrarily above the law? Is that not a recipe for disaster? Whose interests are ultimately served?

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My Sexual Assault By The TSA

My very dim view of the TSA has been shaped by all the reports of corruption, misconduct, molestation and sexual assault, theft, abuse of power and ineptitude by the TSA. My return from the Gunsight Academy via Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport only darkened that view.

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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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South Dakota Senator Phil Jensen (Dist. 33)

Video: SD Senator Phil Jensen at Rapid City Crackerbarrel

South Dakota District 33 Senator Phil Jensen was one of the featured speakers at the legislative crackerbarrel meeting in Rapid City this morning. The event was sponsored by the Rapid City Chamber of Commerce.

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Federal Takeover of the State Police Departments is Dangerous Myopia

Federal Takeover of the State Police Departments is Dangerous Myopia

Myopia is nearsightedness and it “is the most common refractive error of the eye…If you are nearsighted, you typically will have difficulty reading road signs and seeing distant objects clearly.”But there is another form of nearsightedness; seeing the items right under your nose, but missing the truly significant items in the distance.

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Government Control, Not Gun Control

Government Control, Not Gun Control

We need to regulate the government from its insubordination to its God-given duty of “securing the rights of the people.” This insubordination called “gun control” has proven to be far more lethal to American life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness than the criminals from which it claims to protect.

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