The Cult of Trump – Obama Déjà Vu

COMPETITION IS GOOD – POPULISM IS NOT It’s great to have competition. Conservatives believe in the power of fair competition to improve, streamline and ultimately expand things – especially in politics, where multiple challengers can cause others to be better candidates. … Continued

Why We Shouldn’t Take the Dare to Impeach the President

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I call it the double-down blunder. Perhaps more daring than a Junior High taunt and more surprising than a Raiders Superbowl, President Obama has addressed the impeachment topic on his own several times, calling what he sees as a bluff among Conservatives – I … Continued

Military Bans Reps from Participating in Kids’ VBS Event

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It appears that local National Guard installations are forbidden from participating in public show-and-tell events at churches, even if it’s for children. When a small Baptist church in Carthage, Missouri requested the local National Guard participate in a weeklong “Rescue Squad” event with the … Continued

Obama Admin Quietly Exempts 4.1m Americans w/o Congress

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While no one was watching, the Obama administration has made a unilateral change without Congress to the landmark Affordable Care Act known as “Obamacare.” Aside from unapproved delays to help with it’s implementation to the granting of waivers to various … Continued

The False Narrative of a “Mandate” and “Minority Hostage Takers”

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The current budget battle and government shutdown descended upon us amidst a terrifying barrage of rhetoric from the Democrat party acting like petulant children, with cries about employees being sent home, families being hurt, and agencies being shuttered. The usual … Continued

Pursue Conservative Health Care Reform – Fight Predatory Federalism

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Since the Supreme Court’s infamous 4-1-4 ruling on the Affordable Care Act in June, nearly two dozen states have grappled with whether or not to comply with the first of many forthcoming deadlines found in the rules written (and still being … Continued