First Thanksgiving at Plymouth

We have grown up in a generation that has forgotten the virtue of gratitude. Free market capitalism and technology advances have bestowed on us the greatest material well-being in history. If you are “poor” today, you live better than the king of Babylon would ever have dreamed. Taking a day to recognize and adopt an…

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Whistleblower Interview

As the impeachment hearings carry on, the media is floating a narrative that Democrats fill the role as “protector of whistleblowers.” Leader of the impeachment push, Rep. Adam Schiff, publicly lauds the importance of “protecting” the alleged whistleblower from exposure. (You can look up the alleged name, but I’ve heard Facebook may be suspending accounts…

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Joker 2019

MILD SPOILER ALERT: “Joker” debuted in theaters on October 4th, 2019, bringing in a whopping $96 million in revenue over the opening weekend. Since the launch, it has earned $1.2 billion worldwide, becoming the most profitable comic-book film ever created. The film also generated some controversy, with critics claiming the movie would “set off incel…

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US Military in Afghanistan

President Trump announced a ban in July of 2017 on future transgender individuals enlisting in the American military. Trump tweeted, “After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military. Our military must…

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Washington Crossing the Delaware

Will Chamberlain, editor-in-chief of Human Events, wrote a brilliant article titled “Against Peacetime Conservatives” in May. It articulated the criticism Trump voters have for “Never Trump” conservative thought-leaders and GOP politicians. Those who pulled the lever for Trump see them as spineless, apologetic and unwilling to stand up to the Left. Chamberlain uses an analogy…

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La Familia Cartel

Earlier this week, nine Americans were slaughtered by Mexican drug cartel gunmen in the mountains of Sonora, Mexico. Their families were caravanning to a wedding near the Chihuahua-Sonora border. The cartel ambushed three SUVs operated by the Americans, opening fire with rifles. Christina Johnson jumped out, waving her arms to show the cartels their families…

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Trump Hugs American Flag

The 2020 Presidential Election is 11 months away. The last three years have gone by so quickly since the historical election of President Donald J. Trump in 2016. I remember voting at my tiny township building in rural Minnesota. I filled in my ballot for Donald Trump and placed it in the scanning machine. The…

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