Localize Government, Don’t Just Fight It

  Since the beginning of human government some 5,000+ years ago an “age of conscience” caused mankind to seek a way to bring about a civilized society among the masses. Before Sumerian city-states there were tribes and patriarchal rules and … Continued

Why Rick Perry Will Win: Because He Can Admit It

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While there is no inherent guilt by denying a false accusation, political drama rarely gives you an opportunity to look innocent by embracing that which your enemy thinks is your downfall. But fate has shown down upon the Great State … Continued

Paul Ryan: Van Wanggaard Proved He Can Lead

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In an editorial, Rep. Paul Ryan shared his endorsement for Van Wanggaard, who is running for election in a Tuesday, August 12th primary. Please make sure you and everyone you know remembers to get out and vote! Originally featured on Right Wisconsin: … 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

Mayberry Meets Gotham (1/2): Is America Changing, or Are We More Afraid?

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This is the first part of a two-part series | Part two can be found HERE   THE WISDOM OF SOLOMON; THE PATIENCE OF JOB We ask a lot of law enforcement. And for a litigious country, the standard is higher than ever before … Continued

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