Remembering Pearl Harbor

Tomorrow marks the 78th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. Not only was Pearly Harbor one of the deadliest attacks on American soil, it forced us into a war which claimed the lives of over 400,000 American servicemen and injured nearly 700,000 more. Earlier this year, Trent Reedy with the Washington Examiner had the unique honor of interviewing a Veteran who had been at the beginning and the end of the war. Gerold Lamers was there at Pearl Harbor the day the Japanese attacked, and he was there in Japan, just 20 miles south of Nagasaki when the second atomic bomb ever used ...

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How the Federal Government Abuses Funds

The problem with the government is that it is run by politicians. And the problem with politicians is that they want to give away free stuff all the time. The problem with that is the free stuff the politicians are giving away costs money; our money. Taxpayer money. And the stuff the government buys and then gives away is typically not taken care of very well. Here's Cato with an example: A recent New York Times article described the wretched management of New York City’s public housing. The main problem highlighted is a common one in government ownership: bureaucrac...

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Adding Insult to Failure

Another week, another line-up of testimony from people who have no first hand knowledge of any wrongdoing committed by the President. That’s what Democrats have in store for us, on this, the fourth week of this impeachment lunacy. It is obvious that Democrats have nothing, yet they continue to push forward with no evidence. It’s mind-boggling that they can be so blind to the fact that no one believes what they’re saying anymore -- support for impeachment is falling, as their narrative is failing. According to The Federalist: CNN reports that in a private ...

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Elizabeth Warren Chooses Not To Tell The Truth About School Choice

Elizabeth Warren was caught lying (again). First she famously lied about having Native American heritage, and now she is lying about where she sent her children to school. Warren, a vocal advocate against school choice, was caught on tape telling a pro-school-choice activist that she sent her children to public school. But, as Fox News points out, that was a lie: On Thursday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., told a school choice activist in Atlanta that she had sent both of her children to public school. On Friday, her campaign told a different story. In a video ...

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Study: Holiday sales expected to top $1 trillion for ‘first time’

Shop owners this Christmas are expected to rake in more than a whopping $1 trillion this holiday season, a record number even though there are fewer days to shop this year between Thanksgiving and Christmas. “We forecast that total US holiday retail sales will climb 3.8% to 1.008 trillion this year: the first-ever trillion-dollar holiday season. Last year saw even less growth, at 2.4%,” reads a recently released survey from eMarketer. The subscription-based company researches trends in digital marketing, media and commerce and every year releases projections ...

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Happy Thanksgiving from Our Family to Yours

Today is a special day in American History. Today marks the Anniversary of Thanksgiving, the Pilgrim feast with the Indians who helped the colonists survive the early years of American colonization. Too often Thanksgiving is panned by the Left as a tradition of imperialism, something to be scorned. But this is a misguided attempt by the Left to undermine another great American tradition. Today, we give thanks. We celebrate the coming together of family, friends, and even enemies. That’s a holiday worth preserving. Abraham Lincoln thought so too. Here’s an excerpt of ...

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School Choice is a Win For America

Sometimes in the midst of Holidays and ridiculous impeachment hearings, it’s easy to lose sight of the end goals; one of these goals being school choice. The idea that parents should have the freedom and ability to decide where their child goes to school is not a revolutionary idea. In fact, it’s quite simple. You might even think school choice is an idea that Democrats would like, being as they say they don’t want someone’s environment to determine their outcome. But Democrats don’t like school choice. They rather harshly object to the idea. Why? It comes down ...

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The End of Impeachment?

After two weeks of the Democrats' phony impeachment hearings, it’s obvious that the Democrats have nothing. Nearly every witness had no first hand knowledge of anything, didn’t hear the Ukrainian phone call in question, and simply gave their opinions on foreign policy. So, at the end of this charade, Democrats are left having obviously over-played their hand. Yet, as time drags on, the Democratic leadership is still hell-bent on trying to impeach this President, with absolutely no evidence. However, this could quickly change. Why? The Justice Department Inspector ...

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College students shout down Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient

Only on a college campus can a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, be booed off the stage. That is precisely what happened to famed economist Arthur Laffer on Monday at Binghamton University in New York. This incident shows the erosion of free speech on college campuses. When President Trump gave Mr. Laffer the Medal of Freedom in June, he said, “Few people in history have revolutionized economic theory like Arthur Laffer.” Mr. Laffer was an innovative thinker whose supply-side ideas led to lower taxes that kept ...

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Debate Recap: Who’s The Real Winner?

The fifth Democratic debate happened last night in Atlanta, Georgia and the stage was set for controversy. Democrats’ phony impeachment hearing were in full swing, new polls showed Pete Buttigieg was beating Biden and Warren in key swing states, and Kamala Harris was dropping drastically in the polls. With all that in mind, the Democrats took the stage — and what followed was lackluster at best.   Fox News broke down the big winners and losers of the night:   WINNERS BIGGEST WINNER: Amy Klobuchar Overall, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar was the ...

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