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58 Senate Seats for the GOP?

Fifty-eight senate seats might see some solid conservative legislation passed.

Child Labor Day

Since our liberal masters are eager to look back to the past for inspiration let us join them and amaze the world with the idea that children should work.

Time for a More Assertive Congress

If our Congress wishes to fight its steady march into irrelevance it will have to actually go back to doing its job.

The Hamas Lion that did not Roar

Khalid Meshaal -- courageously defying Israel from a hotel suite in Qatar.

One Little Change for the Federal Reserve

Congress has been abdicating its own responsibilities for improving the economy to the Fed.

Multiculturalism and Islam

The logic of multiculturalism may demand parity, but you’ll be waiting ’til hell freezes over for Muslims in Mecca to be logical about multiculturalism.

GOP, Are You Ready to Reach Out to Blacks Yet?

Why do blacks continue to cling to charlatans like Sharpton, Jackson, and Obama? I think I have an answer.

Redistribution and the Lesson the Left Refuses to Learn

The government continues pitching the notion that a man isn’t entitled to the fruits of his labor and industry, but only the portion of those fruits which the masses and the representatives governing them might allow

Slouching Towards the End of History

The fashioning of the City of Man is always subject to that same fatal flaw: that men cannot read the tea leaves of their own natures and are infatuated with their own intoxicating brilliance.

Liberalism's Newest Fake Gay 'Victim'

The Daniel Pierce viral video is the story of liberal arrogance in the face of disapproval.

Putin Goes Postal

Will the West finally realize that it can’t simply allow Putin to blithely seek to reestablish the USSR without a fight?

Comparing Arab Crimes against Humanity: Hamas and ISIS

The U.N. Human Rights Council has strangely conflicting views about these two evil organizations.

The Return of the Arab Spring

Barck Obama is playing a dangerous game to further the expansion of his Muslim Brotherhood friends.

Hamas's Academic Apologists

Shocking extremist rhetoric from professors at some of the nation's most prestigious campuses.

Mireille Miller-Young's Anti-Morality and the Madness of Elliot Rodger

It is not surprising that a youngster like Elliot Rodger lost his mind; it is surprising that young people in general are able to carry on so bravely in a world gone mad.

The Incompetence of Leftist Ideology

History abounds with cases of bright people who have been zealously committed to wrong ideas they were expert in putting into action.

Fight the Religious We are Already In

America is in a generational struggle against the sick, pathological and extreme ideology of Islam, and America must show no mercy for the merciless Islamic State

What kind of men are we?

Parallels between the United States and ancient Rome reveal the perilous state of our nation's masculine virtues.

Art and Habit

The lesson that The Nun’s Story is this: it compels us to address the human dilemma of knowing ourselves, and how we must all balance on the razor’s edge of self-affirmation and duty.

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