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7 Conservative Classics Every American Should Read

Breitbart News, As the populist-conservative movement continues to grow and expand in the Age of President Trump, a new generation of energized voters and young people will do well to arm themselves with the intellectual firepower of the giants upon whose shoulders today’s movement rests. Here, then, are seven conservative classics that should be on

Walter E. Williams: Liberal Struggle Against Reality

Walter E. Williams, We will never understand liberals and progressives until we recognize that they often see reality as a social construct subject to being challenged and changed. For example, throughout the world, boys and girls have different toy preferences. Typically, boys like to play with cars and trucks, whereas girls prefer dolls. Liberals explain


Wall Street Journal “Donald Trump gets strong support where churches, civic groups and safety net are in trouble; discombobulated Reading, Pa.” “Working-class neighborhoods, in particular white ones hit hard by the decline of the U.S. industrial base, are crumbling under the weight of deepening social problems. … The buckling of social institutions fundamental to American

Governments Create Monopolies and Cause Worker Exploitation, Not Free Markets

Richard Ebeling,  The world is threatened with a renewed wave of anti-capitalism and anti-business sentiments and policies. Many who cheered the demise of Soviet communism in the early 1990s, presumed that this meant that, by default, the case for free markets and competitive enterprise had won in the battle of ideas. Over the last twenty-five

Here Are 11 Quotes from Trey Gowdy That Are Amazing

 South Carolina Representative Trey Gowdy has become one of the most popular Republican members of the House recently, and it is little wonder why. Trey Gowdy is absolutely fearless in the face of Democrats and the Obama administration, willing to call them out on their hypocrisy and shortcomings while others hold their tongues. Before becoming

In Your Health: Is Your Stomach Ache an Ulcer?

Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy  Digestive upsets happen to everyone occasionally. But for people with ulcers, it’s all too common to feel a gnawing pain or the sensation that your stomach is on fire.  And sometimes there are other discomforts, including belching, feeling bloated, vomiting, nausea, and lack of interest in eating. For many years, doctors

Six Reasons Man-made Climate Change Alarmists Lose Credibility

 Does climate change exist? Sure. On an elementary level, there was once an ice age and today there is not. So obviously, the climate changes. The deeper question is how much of an impact human interaction with the planet contributes to changes in the environment compared to natural forces, such as solar flares from the