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March 6, 2024
JOHN DANIEL DAVIDSON OF THE FEDERALIST — Hot on the heels of a 9-0 Supreme Court ruling on Monday that states have “no power” to remove former President Donald Trump from the ballot, Democrats and their lackeys in the corporate press denounced the court for supposedly meddling or interfering in the election. “Not since Bush v. Gore have we seen a court that’s had this many opportunities to interfere in the election,” said former Rep. Donna Edwards on MSNBC. NBC News’ Ken Dilanian mused that the 9-0 ruling would “be seen by many people as the court essentially interfering in some sense in the election.”... (more)

March 5, 2024
NEWSWEEK — Republicans in Texas sent a message to their party that they want to remove property taxes in the state, after a vast majority voted yes to a proposition during Tuesday's primary on whether the state "should eliminate all property taxes without increasing Texans' overall tax burden." Over 77 percent of Texas Republicans agreed with the property tax proposal, as of 11:30 p.m. ET, according to the Texas Secretary of State website.... (more)

March 4, 2024
JUST THE NEWS — The Supreme Court on Monday unanimously ruled that former President Donald Trump can remain on the 2024 presidential ballot in a decision that comes one day before the Colorado Republican primary after the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that the top Republican contender is ineligible. The Supreme Court ruled that the "responsibility for enforcing" the 14th Amendment's "insurrection" clause "against federal officeholders and candidates rests with Congress and not the States."... (more)

March 4, 2024
WORLDNETDAILY — Nine days into the new year, highly respected Los Angeles Times editor Kevin Merida resigned rather than tolerate another round of layoffs and the meddlesome ways of a billionaire publisher and his progressive political activist daughter. Two weeks later, California’s largest newspaper announced it was shedding 20% of its staff, including half of its Washington bureau.... (more)

March 1, 2024
VICTOR SHARPE — Billions of the world's people do not know the meaning of the important festival of freedom and liberty known as Passover – a festival of spring, recognizing an event that has blessed the world for well over 3,300 years. This year, the festival, which always falls on the 15th day of the Jewish month of Nissan, will begin on the evening of April 22 of the standard calendar. The biblical story behind Passover tells of the Exodus and of the salvation of the Jewish people after centuries of slavery under the Egyptian pharaohs and the subsequent creation and deliverance of an entire nation.... (more)

March 1, 2024
YOUTUBE — "Takeaways" host Kirk Cameron is joined by Dennis Prager and they discuss education and family on March 27, 2023.... (more)

February 28, 2024
YOUTUBE — Freeman A. Hrabowski III, who served more than 30 years as president of Maryland University, Baltimore County, spoke Wednesday at BYU and encouraged students to focus on putting God first in pursuing their education. The renowned advocate of the multidisciplinary STEM approach to learning led UMBC to being named the "#1 Up and Coming University in the U.S." for six consecutive years (2009-2014) by U.S. News & World Report.... (more)

February 27, 2024
TAX POLICY CENTER — Last month, an Idaho lawmaker called the property tax “inherently evil” and suggested the state repeal it and replace the foregone revenue with a higher sales tax. He described the property tax in feudal terms, saying it “dates back to the dark ages or the middle ages when the lords of the manor had to pay taxes to the Kings and the Queens, otherwise they didn't get to keep their land.” This caught my attention because I’m a nerdy tax economist and we are known for loving property taxes while the general public, well, doesn’t. So my first, pedantic reaction was to tweet that, actually, the property tax dates to 6,000 B.C. And it performs very well on criteria of sound taxation like efficiency, equity, and reliability.... (more)

February 27, 2024
YOUTUBE — Former financial adviser H.A. Goodman analyzes U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas's grilling of anti-Trump attorneys arguing for excluding Donald Trump from individual states' 2024 presidential ballots. Interesting observations.... (more)

February 25, 2024
YOUTUBE — On Irish TV, noted British actor Stephen Fry was asked by Jordan Peterson how he would respond if in the afterlife he wakes up at the gates of heaven. In his response, Fry said that if God existed, he would tell Him He is "utterly evil, capricious, and monstrous." In this video, Jordan Peterson responds to this utterance.... (more)

February 23, 2024
FORBES — There is a growing discontent with American education. You can sense it swelling like a big wave, evidenced in a mix of troubling stats and trends from waning public perceptions of education to significant declines in enrollment and attendance. Students aren’t just talking about their discontent with education but walking it, too.... (more)

February 23, 2024
MADELINE CRABB — America is not only in decline but facing destruction—at the hands of the very people who are supposed to be protecting us. We began discussing these points last week and will continue in this article. While it is easy to point fingers at others for their role in causing our country's problems, all Americans share some responsibility for our demise. In the end, it is those of us who, as voters, have given consent to those in power (see the Declaration of Independence, paragraph 2) who are ultimately responsible for the intentional takedown of America.... (more)

February 22, 2024
EDDIE SCARRY OF THEFEDERALIST.COM — Voters in a few months are supposed to cast a ballot for their preferred presidential candidate. Meanwhile, we just watched one of our major political parties attempt to literally bankrupt the likely nominee of the other, and seize his property. Whatever you want to say of America anymore, it can’t possibly be called free and our elections aren’t anything close to fair.... (more)

February 19, 2024
CLOSER WEEKLY — Faith has always been at the heart of Savannah Guthrie’s family and career. In February 2024, the Today host released her faith-based book, "Mostly What God Does," and shared details about her religious journey over the years. What religion Is Savannah Guthrie? Savannah is a Christian. The broadcaster grew up as a Baptist in what she described as a “very churchy family.”... (more)

February 18, 2024

February 17, 2024
YOUTUBE — Renowned clinical psychologist Jordan B. Peterson has announced his 2024 multi-state speaking tour, 'We who wrestle with God," which will take place in large concert halls and sports venues throughout the United States from February 19 through June 11. Tickets are available at livenation.com and ticketmaster.com.... (more)

February 16, 2024
JUST THE NEWS — Judge Arthur Engoron ordered former President Donald Trump to pay roughly $355 million as part of a civil fraud case brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James. James had alleged that Trump manipulated the value of his assets to secure favorable loan terms and lower insurance premiums. She had sought $370 million in penalties and an order barring Trump from serving as an officer in any New York corporation.... (more)

February 16, 2024

February 15, 2024
NEW YORK POST — Very little is known about Russia’s alleged satellite-killing and nuclear ambitions in space which sent some members of Congress into full-blown panic mode this week. While Moscow isn’t thought to have a deployed capability yet, the U.S. believes the Kremlin is dabbling with weaponry that experts say could fundamentally cripple the military and the American way of life. “We’re talking trillions of dollars worth of economic damage in the worst case,” Dr. Rebecca Grant, president of IRIS Independent Research, which studies defense and aerospace, told The Post.... (more)

February 15, 2024
NEW YORK POST EDITORIAL BOARD — Echoing our own Cindy Adams, Heather Higgins argues at RealClearPolitics that Democrats could indeed do a “switcheroo” to Michelle Obama, since “President Biden’s poll numbers seem set in quicksand.” She may hate politics, but the Biden years show “that when the media wants a president in place, a four-day workweek, consisting of one social obligation per day, and everything else delegated, will suffice. And that’s without a highly experienced First Gentleman.” I... (more)

February 14, 2024
DAVID HARSANYI — At the World Government Summit, Tucker Carlson told a gathering of world leaders that Moscow “was so much nicer than any city” in the United States. “It’s radicalizing for an American to go to Moscow,” Tucker went on. “I didn’t know that. I’ve learned it this week, to Singapore, to Tokyo, to Dubai and Abu Dhabi, because these cities, no matter how we’re told they’re run and on what principles they’re run, are wonderful places to live that don’t have rampant inflation.”... (more)

February 12, 2024
WORLDNETDAILY — The House on Tuesday voted for a second time to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas after the first vote failed last week. This time, Republicans received the outcome they sought. “Tonight’s vote was a vote for law and order in our communities, and a vote to restore the rule of law at our southern border,” Rep. John Joyce, R-Penn., told The Daily Signal.... (more)

February 11, 2024
YOUTUBE — On Nov. 8, 2023, Mark Levin joined Sen. Ted Cruz on Life, Liberty, & Levin to talk about Cruz's new book, "Unwoke: How to Defeat Cultural Marxism in America."... (more)

February 10, 2024
WORLDNETDAILY — Special Counsel Robert Hur just reported that President Biden is too feeble and lacks the mental capacity to remember the names of his immediately family. As far back as 2017 his mental state had deteriorated so much he would not be held accountable in a court of law for his actions, Hur speculated in his report explaining why Biden would not be charged despite violating federal law involving his handling of classified documents.... (more)

February 9, 2024
WESTERN JOURNAL — Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick of Texas said a Department of Justice report that described President Joe Biden as an “elderly man with a poor memory” is proof enough for him that Democrats are going with a different candidate in November. The memo, along with Biden’s late Thursday news conference, means that those who are pulling the strings in the Democratic Party are forcing Biden out, Patrick claimed. He specifically blamed former President Barack Obama and the deep state.... (more)


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