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The Price of Political Correctness, President Trump #MAGA

Tom Tradup, Adrenaline is pumping through the veins of officials in Washington this week as Donald J. Trump (arguably the greatest showman ever elected) prepares to begin his first term as our 45th President.   At the same time, sadly, we just learned that the curtain is going down—for the final time—on “The Greatest Show On Earth.”

Will the ‘Trump Effect’ Trickle Down to Christian Conservatives?

Michael Brown,  Like no one before him, Donald Trump has shaken our nation, and love him or loathe him, he has done what no one else has ever done. On his journey to the presidency, he has broken (and rewritten) the rules, he has defied the establishment, he has challenged the status quo, he has

Why We Are Losing the Cyber War

Steve King, U.S. ill-prepared to defend and engage in new world of asymmetrical cyber threats. For the better part of the last 10 years, we have been unwillingly engaged in a developing set of battles on several cyber-fronts, including business, healthcare, industry, education and government. These have been largely a disorganized set of skirmishes that usually

8 Ways Trump’s Already Made America Great Again

Liz Crokin, After President-elect Donald Trump’s historic election victory, he’s bypassed popping champagne bottles to celebrate and gone straight to work. Although he doesn’t officially become President until he’s sworn in on his Jan. 20 Inauguration Day, here’s eight ways Trump has already made America greater. Jobs: Last June President Barack Obama told a Carrier employee at a town hall

Sarah Palin on Chicago Torture Hey Kaepernick, Take a Knee Over This One

Sarah Palin, “The child, yet unborn, spoke with the Father, ‘Lord, how will I survive in the world? I will not be like the other children. My walk may be slower, my speech hard to understand. I may look different. What is to become of me?’ “The Lord replied to the child, ‘My precious one,

University Says Using “Holiday” Instead of “Christmas” is Not Politically Correct Enough

Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars, Christmas carols, food, images of Santa Claus should also be avoided so as not to offend Muslims. Texas Woman’s University has warned students that describing Christmas parties as “Holiday” parties is now not politically correct enough and may offend Muslims, suggesting that the term “end of semester party” be used

Throwing Off the PC Shackles

Robert Knight, One thing the election reinforced is that “tolerance” is the last thing progressives actually want. The vitriol-laden media coverage, student demonstrations and other forms of protest against the incoming Trump administration are ample evidence. To which I say, mug them again. Tolerance, properly understood, is a wonderful virtue. The progressive version, however is

Is there a ‘white people friendly’ version of political correctness?

John Sexton, Academic John McWhorter has an interesting opinion piece up at CNN today. It’s titled “We need a ‘PC’ that includes white people.” What it proposes, in the wake of Trump’s election, is a kind of racial compromise. McWhorter suggests the kind of racial utopia the left envisions is simply never going to happen,

NYU professor who blasted PC culture is booted from classroom

Michael Rectenwald, the New York University liberal studies professor on a crusade against political correctness, has been ousted from the classroom after colleagues complained about his “incivility”. Rectenwald told the New York Post that he was forced on Wednesday to go on paid leave from the prestigious University for the rest of the semester. “They are actually pushing me

‘Latinos With Trump’ say they are reaching people – even Democrats – all across U.S

It was Sept. 15, 2015 and Jorge Herrera was watching the televised event of Donald Trump speaking to a boisterous crowd aboard the retired battleship USS Iowa. In the midst of the celebration, Herrera spotted a few women waving homemade signs proclaiming, “Latinos for Trump.” An idea was born. “There was not a lot of