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9th Circuit rigged decision heralds the end of borders

By Rick Manning It is obscene that unelected judges from the most liberal Appeals Court in the land are dictating the security of the nation and overriding the president’s constitutional and legal authority, with no legal justification. No one in their right minds would attempt to confer constitutional, Fifth Amendment due process rights to foreigners [...]

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Congress strikes back against Obama midnight regs

By Natalia Castro Congressional Republicans have made use of a 20-year old tool for success to employ this year to combat the regulatory state the Obama Administration created; the Congressional Review Act (CRA) of 1996. In its history, the CRA ha only successfully overturned one executive branch regulation, but the Republican-led congress has already used [...]

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Times change but Democrats don’t

By Don Todd Rush Limbaugh recently commented that because of Donald Trump’s election Democrats have not been this mad since Republicans freed the slaves. This is unquestionably true. What Rush did not mention is that Democrats are behaving in much the same way as they did in 1860. For instance Democrats were quick to point [...]

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Welcome to the land of opportunity

By Marian Wright Edelman “My mother always said, ‘Learn what you can learn for yourself, and then share your knowledge with others.’ My goal now is to advocate for equality and help others in need. Perhaps I have this opportunity because the purpose of my life has been to open the door for others.” At a [...]

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The strange myth of multitasking

Dr. James L. Snyder I have been pondering a delicate question this week. Why is it I can only do one thing at a time? If only I could do several things at a time, I could get more accomplished. The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage is an expert when it comes to multitasking. Although [...]

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Make the wall pay for itself

By Michael Banon Wall tweets! Wall news stories. Wall interviews.  Who, oh who, will pay for that damn wall?  Those who want the wall argue about how to pay for it.  Those who don’t want the wall argue that no one will pay for it. But the answer is easy.  Make the wall pay for [...]

By | February 7th, 2017|Opinion|0 Comments

California as a sanctuary state the new nullification

By Natalia Castro The Supremacy Clause of the Constitution establishing the Constitution and all laws made pursuant to it the supreme law of the land has maintained one fact throughout all our nation’s history — laws constitutionally enacted by Congress supersede laws passed by state governments on the same subject when there is a conflict. [...]

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The next step in entitlement reform should not get the government more involved

By Joel White President Donald Trump recently said that he doesn’t like what’s happening with drug prices and that he will do something to fix it. How? Hopefully through competition and better value versus government regulation and price controls. Reflecting his hard-nosed negotiating skills, Trump was for the proposal to leverage Medicare’s big market presence [...]

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I’m not a coffeeholic, or am I?

Dr. James L. Snyder Nothing smells better in the morning than a fresh pot of coffee in the kitchen. The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage has it set so that at a certain time in the morning, the coffee begins brewing and we wake up to that wonderful aroma. I love my coffee in the [...]

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Ripping America apart

By Marian Wright Edelman   “I had never been to Mexico. We left with just one trunk full of belongings. No furniture. A few metal cooking utensils. A small ceramic pitcher, because it reminded me of my mother.” – Emilia Castañeda, born in the U.S.A., deported from Los Angeles County   If you are reeling [...]

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