Social conservatives should work with fiscal conservatives to reduce budgets that incentivize poor sexual behavior that breaks down families and leads to more abortions.
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Two seismic events occurred in 2016 that the secular media largely missed.
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The reason we make major New Year’s resolutions is because we’re fed up with the way we’re living and we want to make radical changes in our lives.
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Well, 2017 is in the books and to the surprise — perhaps even disappointment — of some, President Trump did not blow up the world.
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As the calendar year ends, minds quickly turn to losing weight, eating healthy, saving money, and spending more time with family. But just as 2016 caused us to rethink politics, it’s time to rethink this year’s New Year’s resolutions.
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Of course 2016 was a pivotal election year, and much of it was jam-packed with pundits yacking, debates ensuing, pollsters polling — all building up to the election itself.
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The dominant story pushed by the mainstream media in the last few weeks of 2016 has been the harm caused by “fake news.”
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The call for an Article V Convention of States has flushed out some strange bedfellows seeking a common goal.
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You know Salon – the raging liberal online magazine that represents everything that is wrong with Leftist media.
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The 2016 presidential election proved to be a comedic gold mine, complete with … let’s say colorful candidates, goofy gaffes, and our dear friend Twitter.
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In 2016, the American people voted to change the direction of our country. They elected a new president and vice president. They returned Republican majorities to Congress with a two-year probation period to show we can deliver results.
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Officials in at least two states are preparing to ask the new Trump administration for approval to prohibit use of food stamps to buy junk food and candy—a restriction the Obama administration has opposed.
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Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fla. blasted Secretary of State John Kerry’s “shameful” speech in a message posted to Facebook Wednesday.
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In a recent op-ed in The Hill, Williams takes a hard look at Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, and concludes that she might do great things for education … and she might do the exact opposite.
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One year ago, officials at the Federal Aviation Administration rang in the holidays as only bureaucrats can: writing new regulations forcing drone owners to register themselves with the federal government before their first flight.
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In 2016, the presidential election dominated everything.
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As we come to the end of 2016, by all counts a highly unusual and even surreal year, I wanted to take a moment to thank each of you who have read my articles or watched my videos and shared them with others.
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On Dec. 20, 1986, President Ronald Reagan gave a national radio address, centering on the importance of family values. He thought the family unit had begun to lose its place in American society.
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This time of the year is when Americans celebrate their religious foundation.
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What saved us were Jesus’ words, “Not my will but thine be done.”
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Happy Festivus! On this holiday for the “rest of us” Rand Paul provides some of the best entertainment on Twitter you’ll see all year.
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The mainstream media narrative of recent events in Syria is hand-wringing and intensely moralistic.
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While most people know Jolly Old Saint Nick as a friendly figure, he too is not immune from the perils of administrative overreach and overcriminalization.
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Pensions are a huge part of public employees’ compensation, often providing a quarter to a third of their total compensation. A new report from the American Legislative Exchange Council shows how politicians play politics with public pensions, threatening public employees and taxpayers alike.
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