Lawsuit Charges Unions Are ‘Unconstitutionally’ Compelling Workers to Pay Dues

An Oregon home health care provider filed a federal lawsuit against a union she claims is illegally collecting dues from employees in her field. Maryann Rose has been forced to continue paying dues to Service Employees International Union Local 503 despite multiple attempts to opt out. She argues the union is violating her First Amendment […]

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No, Women Should Not Be Included in the Draft

The question of drafting America’s young daughters is finally making the average voter consider the real implications of fully integrating the combat arms. The large majority of the population may have little or no connection to the military and therefore no concept of what’s at stake, until now. They’ve simply supported the idea because they […]

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Obama the Obstructionist

What a shock. Now that he’s at the White House—and facing GOP opposition to appointing a new Supreme Court justice in the mere months before a new president is elected—President Barack Obama seems to have changed his tune a decade after serving as a U.S. senator. As we detail in the above video, Obama used […]

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Number of Terror Plots in US Continue to Grow

The number of Islamist-inspired domestic attacks (or plots) on the United States since Sept. 11, 2001, continues to grow. The Department of Justice has released information on two past instances that bring the total number of plots or attacks to 83. The FBI has been investigating Khalil Abu-Rayyan since May 2015. According to a criminal […]

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Congress Can Deny Barack Obama the Power to Replace Justice Scalia

By MICHAEL F. CANNON Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) responded to the sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia with a press release saying, “this vacancy should not be filled until we have a new President.” Republican presidential candidates Ben Carson, Sen. Ted Cruz (TX), and Sen. Marco Rubio (FL) agree. Hillary Clinton spoke […]

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Senate in Turmoil Over Whether Obama Should Fill Scalia’s Seat

Lawmakers from both parties exchanged salvos Sunday over who should fill the Supreme Court seat vacated Saturday by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. After news of Scalia’s death, Senate Republicans quickly dug in, promising to block President Obama’s nominee to replace him. Led by Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., they pledged to keep […]

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The Economic Value of Marriage

In honor of National Marriage Week, consider this question: Does marriage impact the economic wellbeing of societies? One of the most important answers to the solution of poverty lies not in government programs, but in the institution of marriage. For the past 50 years our country has been losing the war against poverty. More than […]

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5 Ways To Improve Our Primary Debates

The fundamental problem with the 2016 primary “debates” among presidential candidates (especially Republicans) is that they are not debates—they are news conferences sanctioned by the Republican National Committee or the Democratic National Committee. As long as the TV and cable networks and other news organizations are in charge, we are going to have “gotcha” questions, arbitrary […]

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