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Finding the Middle Ground on Islamic Terror and Civil Rights

Frank Camp, Gad Saad is a Canadian professor and author who explores evolutionary behavior; he’s also a refugee, having fled Lebanon at the age of 11 with his parents. Sunday, he posted a message on Facebook regarding President Trump’s immigration and refugee executive order: “At the basis of a country’s immigration policy is the recognition

Hillary’s in a Desperate Scramble to Stop Trump Surge

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina–With larger battleground states like Florida and Ohio trending against her, Hillary’s campaign is zeroing in on this traditionally red state to block Trump from reaching 270 electoral votes and the White House. Mitt Romney narrowly won North Carolina’s fifteen electoral votes in 2012 after President Obama won the state in 2008. If

Meet the Alt-Left

Katie Kieffer, Alt-right is becoming a term of soft bigotry whereas “alt-left” accurately describes the political ideology of today’s Democratic Party. “Alt-right is short for ‘alternative right’,” Hillary Clinton recently told a crowd of college students in Reno, NV. She continued: “Race-baiting ideas. Anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant ideas—[these are] all key tenets making up an emerging

What Will Happen When The ˜Big One’ Hits California?

Michael SnyderThe Truth  On Monday, a 4.4 magnitude earthquake threw the city of Los Angeles into a bit of a tizzy.  The ground shook, people screamed and news anchors ducked under their desks.  But it was just a 4.4 magnitude earthquake.  So what would happen if the “Big One” hit California?  What would happen if