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Nation of Privilege Versus Rule of Law

 These days, the word “privilege” has been reduced to a trite buzzword. That’s a shame, because it used to mean more than just being born into advantageous circumstances. The word, which means “private law” in old French, originally referred to a system in which different groups of people had different rights under the law. If […] Continue reading →

Ranking the 2014 Senate Republican Nominees

The Best Candidates for Conservatism  Like it or not, the establishment had their way with the 2014 Republican field. The “conservative alternative” candidates failed to top the GOP preferred choices. But that does not mean there lacks some candidates that conservatives can get behind.  In some cases, both sides favored the same nominee, and there […] Continue reading →

Drivers support Tony Stewart’s return; NASCAR grants Chase waiver

 Jeff Gordon is among those happy that Tony Stewart has returned to NASCAR competition.  Following a three-week absence, Tony Stewart is returning to competition this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Almost universally, his competitors are welcoming him back. Shortly after reading an emotional statement in his first public appearance since Aug. 9, Stewart received a […] Continue reading →

Florida, Arizona pick nominees for governor

 Voters cast ballots Tuesday in primary elections in Florida, Arizona and Vermont. Highlights: ___ TOP OF THE TICKET Democrats in Florida went with a former Republican as their nominee for governor. Well-funded Republican-turned-Democrat Charlie Crist was favored in his race against former state Sen. Nan Rich. Crist, who was Florida’s governor from 2007 until 2011, […] Continue reading →

Ferguson and the Left: Exploiting Death

Ashley Pratte In the weeks after the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri there has been a slew of discussions over the events that happened. As expected, the Left took to social media to blame “institutional racism” in America for the events in Ferguson without giving any consideration to the facts. Citing “institutional racism” […] Continue reading →