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The Lobbyist Does Not Speak the Peoples’ Voice

The Constitution lays the foundation for a relationship between the people and their government. This relationship is, to a significant degree, founded on the trust that each citizen places with their elected representatives. These representatives, whether local, regional or national, by being elected to their posts, accept the responsibility of supporting their constituents’ ideals, goals and principles. They become servants of the people, an extension of their individual voices in the collective government they comprise.

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It’s All About Common Sense

We are abandoning common sense principles in the belief that we are improving our society. Instead, we are losing our anchor to our guiding principles.

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On the Precipice

Reagan knew that succumbing to the influence of Soviet domination would have changed, and indeed destroyed our way of life as a free society. This was not an acceptable option.

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Know Your America – The 16th Amendment

The enactment of the 16th Amendment significantly changed the character of the American experiment. It took a big bite out of the forbidden fruit that is influence over wealth distribution. One of our founding freedoms -- that the fruits of our labor should be ours to enjoy and dispense with according to our own conscience and convictions -- has been trampled on without recourse and consideration. This is perhaps one of the most fundamental liberties we as Americans have enjoyed and expect it to have been protected by the very Constitution which the 16th Amendment has trampled.

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The Anatomy of a Revolution – The Slogan

With the recent elections, we have unintentionally given a platform and a new spark to a revolution that has been going on in the United States for the last eight decades.

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Nancy Morgan

Color Me Happy

Posted on 10 April 2011

I'm smiling. A grin that just won't quit is plastered on my face because of the stunning upset last night when a, gasp, Republican won the bluest of all Senate seats, thus throwing sand in the gears of the Obama machine's march towards socialism. Republican Scott Brown whipping the pants off Coakley last night is cause for rejoice. Continue Reading

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Our Tribute to 9-11

Posted on 10 April 2011

On this most solemn of days, in honor of the Fallen, we dedicate this presentation to those who perished in the tragedy of 9-11, and those who have since given their lives to insure that such a tragedy never strikes this great nation again. Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

Doing D.C.

Posted on 10 April 2011

If you're one of the unfortunate Americans that live in fly-over country, I have bad news for you. Our nation's capitol is now pretty much off-limits to you. Last week I had business in Washington, D.C. and planned a few extra days to re-acquaint myself with our nation's history. It turned out to be the week from hell. Continue Reading

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Scott Spiegel

Why Are There No Lilting Sambas About the Junkie from Fuller Park?

Posted on 10 April 2011

For the measured consideration of the International Olympic Committee, I present 16 reasons to host the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro instead of Chicago. Continue Reading

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On the Hidden Dangers of Comparative Effectiveness

Posted on 10 April 2011

Originally posted 2009-06-18 21:15:49. Republished by Blog Post PromoterAs part of the stimulus spending package approved by the government earlier this year, funding in the amount of $1.1 billion was included to sponsor research into comparing the relative effectiveness of one form of medical treatment to another. Such research, as the program’s sponsors and supporters […] Continue Reading

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Margaret Goodwin

Do Not Go Gentle into the Post-American Era

Posted on 10 April 2011

When the U.S. was a developing nation, we expended our efforts and capital in developing the infrastructure for industry. But, today, the U.S. is doing the opposite. Increasingly, over the past several decades, our government has been restricting the extraction of natural resources and dismantling the infrastructure for industry. Continue Reading

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Scott Spiegel

If At First You Don’t Succeed, Fail, Fail Again!

Posted on 10 April 2011

Five months after the stimulus bill was passed, we can now say that we’ve witnessed the following under-stimulating results. Payrolls are falling more than forecast, with employers having cut 467,000 jobs in June, following a 322,000-job decline in May. Factory jobs fell by 136,000 after dropping 156,000 in May. < ...> Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

My Liberal Friend

Posted on 10 April 2011

My liberal friend Pam and I are a perfect example of the class warfare currently being waged in America between the 'haves' and the 'have nots.' Also known as 'the war against the rich,' or, in a nutshell, socialism. Though Pam and I are lifelong friends, we couldn't be more different. Pam is the quintessential liberal, quick to espouse views that show America in a bad light. Sarah Palin is evil, Bush is bad and anyone (like myself) that doesn't base their decisions on feelings is, well, just plain uncompassionate. End of story. I, on the other hand, am a traditional, conservative Christian. Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

Hey, Obama – You’re Not My Daddy

Posted on 10 April 2011

Obama and his buddies seem intent on treating me as if I am still a child. Not a day goes by that I don't see the image of our dear leader on television imploring me to wash my hands, urging dads to be good dads, and lecturing me on what I can and cannot say. I don't need or want your advice on how to live my life. In fact, I quite resent your blatant patronization and condescension. Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

My Destructive Generation

Posted on 10 April 2011

My generation could well be the first generation in American history to leave our country worse off than we found it. I am a member of the baby boomer generation. The generation that came of age in the late sixties during the turbulent times of Woodstock, Watergate and Vietnam. The generation that is now holding the reins of power in most American institutions, from politics to media, to education and culture. The generation that will likely be responsible for squandering America's hard won freedoms and changing America into a third world country, all in the name of 'equality' and 'social justice.' Continue Reading

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Brian Brown

Daniel Hannan on the American Past and Future

Posted on 10 April 2011

Last week Daniel Hannan, the member of the European Parliament best-known for his scathing dressing-down of Prime Minister Gordon Brown, delivered a lecture at The Heritage Foundation. Hannan articulates American political principles better than most Americans, and warns against chasing a technocratic solution to healthcare or any other problem. Though he underestimates how far America has already walked down the path of rationalism, he is an entertaining speaker who has a penchant for quietly working great political thought into his words (see if you can find the subtle not-quite-quotations of Edmund Burke). Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

Why I Left California

Posted on 10 April 2011

After living in California for 33 years, I finally decided to leave. I sold my business and my home and relocated to South Carolina. I moved to California when I was 17. Like most of my fellow residents, I was busy living my life. I gave very little thought to politics, assuming that politicians knew best how to run the state. I wasn't even aware of the difference between Republicans and Democrats. I would always vote, but with 20/20 hindsight, I see how my votes were manipulated and influenced by the overwhelmingly liberal media. Continue Reading

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From the Editor

John Stossel Airs Program on Atlas Shrugged

Posted on 10 April 2011

John Stossel, the respected reporter who in October last year joined Fox Business, will be airing a program discussing topics from Ayn Rand's great work "Atlas Shrugged." The program will air this Thursday, January 7 at 8:00 PM Eastern on Fox Business. Continue Reading

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Scott Spiegel

Liberal Syntax: A Noun, a Verb, and a Bush Smear

Posted on 10 April 2011

When conservatives correctly pointed out that one disastrous terrorist attack and another catastrophic but thwarted attack both happened during President Obama’s first term in office, liberals responded with an argument that was discredited nearly a decade ago: “But 9/11 happened on George Bush’s watch!” Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

What Socialism Is

Posted on 10 April 2011

In a nutshell, socialism is an economic system where property is held in common, not individually, and its ideal is a centrally directed economy. Socialism entails the substitution of group decision making for individual choice. In this case, the 'group' making the decisions are the 32 (and counting) unelected and unaccountable czars Obama is anointing. Continue Reading

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Rick Sincere

To Sur, With Love

Posted on 10 April 2011

As part of the gargantuan (1,000-page-plus) health care "reform" package introduced by members of the Democratic majority in Congress, the Obama administration proposes to raise taxes through a "surtax" on Americans who earn the most money. The Washington Post explained this "soak the rich" policy in a front-page article on July 15. Continue Reading

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From the Editor

On the Court Holding Up the Chrysler Sale to Fiat

Posted on 10 April 2011

Originally posted 2009-06-08 14:37:44. Republished by Blog Post PromoterCould it be that finally a ray of hope has peeked through the dark clouds of insanity that was the initial decision about re-ordering creditor priorities in the Chrysler settlement? And of all places, from the left-leaning court? It would indeed be a breath of fresh air […] Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

I Discriminate

Posted on 10 April 2011

I discriminate. All the time. When I see black teenagers with gang tats coming towards me, I'll move to the other side of the street. Now if they were carrying Bibles, I might not be as worried. Not a day goes by that I don't discriminate. The left calls this racism. I call it survival. Continue Reading

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