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Net Neutrality and the Role of Congress

Congressman Mike Coffman, Each generation has their defining inventions. Over the last 20 years, the Internet easily qualifies as this country’s most valuable and stunning success story. But, like most inventions, the Internet has grown far beyond what the early pioneers could have ever imagined it becoming— a limitless tool for business, communications, education, entertainment,

It’s Trump’s Party Now

Pat Buchanan, “More is now required of us than to put down our thoughts in writing,” declaimed Jeff Flake in his oration against President Trump, just before he announced he will be quitting the Senate. Though he had lifted the title of his August anti-Trump polemic, “Conscience of a Conservative,” from Barry Goldwater, Jeff Flake

Confederate Flag Controversy? Spoonbread Festival 2017 to be held in Berea Kentucky

The Spoonbread Festival will return to Berea in September, but with new conditions regarding the display of the Confederate flag. Last year, the Berea Chamber of Commerce voted unanimously to cancel the 2016 Spoonbread Festival amid concerns over safety and controversy over the Confederate flag. “I know the citizens of Berea want Spoonbread to happen

Americans: Optimistic No More?

Ed Feulner, “The present is getting better. The future, not at all.” So begins a recent New York Times article about a Pew study that shows the public adopting a rather dim outlook.  “Even as more Americans say the economy is improving, a clear majority remain fearful about their children’s financial prospects,” it continues. The

It’s Time to Get Rid of the Legislative Filibuster

Terry Schilling, Congress passed a Omnibus spending bill that will fund the government through the rest of fiscal year 2017. Democrats love the bill because it fully funds Planned Parenthood and specifically omits many of President Trump’s legislative priorities, such as funding for his proposed border wall with Mexico. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi undoubtedly spoke

California Construction Companies Defy Legislators in Bid to Build Wall

Adan Salazar | Infowars, Democrat lawmakers introduce bill prohibiting future state contracts from going to wall builders. California construction companies bidding on the controversial border wall are undeterred by threats from state lawmakers to boycott their businesses. Despite Democrat legislators’ efforts to impose laws barring companies that work on the wall from receiving future contracts

Terrorism? Muslim Screaming “Allahu Akbar” Murders Three In Fresno

Robert Spencer, As usual, authorities aren’t sure whether or not it’s terrorism. On Tuesday morning around 10:45AM, a Muslim named Kori Ali Muhammad walked through Fresno, California, shooting three men dead at random, including one in the parking lot of Catholic Charities. When he was arrested, he screamed “Allahu akbar.” According to the local ABC