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Get your N. Korea t-shirts here

Looking for the hottest North Korea propaganda clothing? Look no further than this site, which...

Who Is John Galt?

If you happened to go to school in the late 1950s you would have been taught, in the most advanced...

Words That Don’t Matter

Just when I think the Republican Party has turned a corner in the arena of big ideas and a bold...

Classic conservative quotes

Rightwingnews.com has an interesting post on 40 classic conservative quotes. Organized...

A Jeffersonian Awakening in Texas

Something of possibly great historic importance occurred on April 15 at the “tea party” anti-tax...

Obama’s Cuba Policy Risks an Opportunity

While Obama lifts some restrictions on travel by Cuban Americans to the island, the administration...

G-2: United States and China

The big takeaway from the G-20 summit, in the eyes of many, is that the G-20 has become the G-2,...

Lawmakers Fail To Make The Grade

With Democrats on Capitol Hill stampeding to the left and Republicans gravitating toward the center...

Two Sides of the Housing Coin

I was flipping through the channels over the weekend, when I became momentarily fixated on one show...

'Republicants' Deny Sky Is Falling

The sky is falling. For the average Working Joe or Jane in America, it is anyway. Unemployment is...

Paul Weyrich Dies at 66

Paul Weyrich, co-founder of the Heritage Foundation and patriarch of American religious...

THE BIG QUESTION -- Dec. 9

The Big Question is a feature where influential lawmakers, pundits and interest group leaders give...

Ending the Interregnum, Part II

Earlier, I made the case for a constitutional amendment drastically contracting in the present two-...

The Decline of the Isms

The 20th century saw the rise of the isms. It started with nationalism, which dissolved into the...

Why is 'Socialist' an Insult?

Why is “socialist” an insult? At face value the word sounds good. It's got “social” in it. One of...

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