Whose Independence Are We Celebrating?

July 4th, 2011

By Tom Carter There’s a lot of discussion about the Declaration of Independence and the unique founding of the United States of America every year at this time.  That’s a good thing.  But we also should be reflective enough to consider the flaws in our founding. The American Revolution against British rule, followed by the […]

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Just Do Whatever the Police Say

May 17th, 2011

By Dan Miller Rights? You *#**#*% don’t got no stinkin’ rights. This tale from Philadelphia, A.K.A. the City of Brotherly Love, seems to fit neatly into the jigsaw puzzle with this piece about a recent Indiana Supreme Court decision and this one about an incident in Pima County, Arizona. It seems that a Mr. Fiorino, […]

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Public Acceptance of New TSA Procedures Exaggerated

November 21st, 2010

By Dan Miller As usual, the mainstream media asks all the wrong questions. The public seems greatly confused by the new airport screening procedures and with good reason. However, a CBS survey was recently taken of 1,137 randomly selected people with landline or cell phones and it was concluded that: Americans overwhelmingly approve of the […]

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Limited By What?

November 13th, 2010

By Brianna Aubin “We want limited government!” The cries can be heard everywhere, from signs at the smallest Tea Party protests to speeches given by the most prominent conservatives and Republicans.  But the cry for limited government begs the question: limited by what?  And when it comes to the answer to that question, it seems that nobody’s […]

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Women’s Suffrage In Afghanistan

June 18th, 2010

By Brianna Aubin A real, honest-to-God picture of a woman having a picture taken for a photo ID in Afghanistan for voting purposes.  It’d be funny if it weren’t so incredibly stupid.

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