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Five (Politically Incorrect) Facts About Past Presidential Inaugurations

Larry Schweikart, Editor’s note: This is from New York Times Bestselling Author Larry Schweikart’s The Politically Incorrect Guide to The Presidents Part I Did you know that most facts about America’s early presidents aren’t in history books? Political correctness has taken its toll on some of our greatest heroes and portrayed them as evil men.

About Hillary Clinton, She’s not right and we all know it

Howie Carr: Nation fails its moral exam The emperor has no clothes. Whatever happens Tuesday, and I’m not that optimistic, at least Donald Trump’s campaign has exposed the utter moral and ethical bankruptcy of the American establishment from top to bottom. They’re frauds — the Democrats, their media coatholders, the Paul Ryan Republicans, Wall Street,

Americans Have Elected Sinners since Our Founding

Janet M. LaRue,  America’s Founders emphasized the importance of voting, fully aware that mankind is neither infallible nor impeccable. Put simply, they urged us to vote for the best candidates among our fellow sinners. “In Adam’s fall, we sinned all” was taught to schoolchildren by the New England Primer, both before and after the Constitution

Deplorables: Clinton Insulted Everyday Americans to a Group of Wealthy Donors

Cal Thomas,  Every now and again secular progressives rip off their mask and tell conservatives what they really think of them. At an LGBT fundraiser last Friday in New York, Hillary Clinton one-upped President Obama, who said of conservatives during the 2008 presidential campaign: “And it’s not surprising then that they get bitter, they cling

An Open Letter from Thomas Jefferson and John Adams to British Elites of 2016

Jeffrey Lord, As it happens, Conservative Review has been granted permission to republish a recent letter that arrived in various British offices from two notable Americans stirred from their heavenly pleasantries by the Brexit results. It is reprinted here in full. Dear Sirs and Madames:< ?xml:namespace prefix ="" "[default] http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" ns ="" "http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" /> From

The Bathroom Debate: It’s All About Me!

William Murchison, The 1940 presidential election centered on potential U.S. entry into World War II. In 1860, Lincoln and Douglas, along with two other candidates, squared off over chattel slavery and state liberties. John Adams’ use — or abuse — of presidential power animated the 1800 contest with Thomas Jefferson. And 2016 found Ted Cruz

Celebrate Independence Day in United States

 Independence Day is annually celebrated on July 4 and is often known as “the Fourth of July”. It is the anniversary of the publication of the declaration of independence from Great Britain in 1776. Patriotic displays and family events are organized throughout the United States. Celebrate Independence Day Independence Day is a day of family

Dr. Ben Carson: Recovering America’s Exceptionalism

In 1831, Alexis de Tocqueville, the famous French historian, came to America to study our nation. Europeans and others were fascinated with the success of the fledgling nation, then barely 50 years old and already competing on the world stage. Such a thing had never before occurred, and Tocqueville was determined to discover the secret.

The Writs Of Assistance And The NSA.

 Militia News  The federal government regularly assures us that NSA warrantless surveillance is perfectly constitutional and necessary for the safety of citizens. Politicians, government officials, and media outlets constantly warn that if the government doesn’t have this power, citizens will fall prey to terrorist atrocities or attacks from “the outside.” As a result of federal