PETITION: No to Mandatory Vaccination for the Coronavirus

Sign The Petition Here People of goodwill can disagree about the safety, efficacy and religious implications of a new vaccine for the coronavirus. But, everyone should agree on this point: No government can force anyone who has reached legal adulthood to be vaccinated for the coronavirus. Equally, no government can vaccinate minors for the coronavirus against the will of their parents or […]

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Obamagate: Corrupt Muller Digging Himself a Hole, Lashes out at Roger Stone Now Senate is Calling Muller In

Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller who investigated Trump based on false intel placed by the corrupt Obama administration lashed out at Roger Stone after President Trump commuted the political operative’s sentence. Stone was a victim of the Mueller witch hunt, an investigation with no merit that Trump-hating prosecutors knew was fraudulent before they opened the […]

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Why Economic Freedom Is Ethical, Effective Alternative to Coercive Collectivism

“Under communism, individuals are merely a means to be used toward the achievement of the ends of the collective nation-state. Thus, individuals can be easily sacrificed for the nation-state’s goals.” So said national security adviser Robert O’Brien in a major policy speech June 24 to a group of business executives at the Arizona Commerce Authority, […]

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Youth and the world

I want to write, I want to sing;Starless night like a glass of wine gone empty; Wilderness silence like empty church; A girl is sold at the gambling table, The drunkard players in the dark-room fought, The law-makers roll up their sleeves, The policeman dozes at his post, The gate-keeper leaves the gates ajar, Half […]

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Supreme Court to Hear Case of Georgia Students Denied First Amendment Rights

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case brought by the Alliance Defending Freedom of two former Georgia college students who were prevented from sharing their faith on their college campus.  “The bottom line is this: Government officials must be held responsible for enacting and enforcing policies that trample students’ constitutionally protected freedoms,” John […]

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Supreme Court to Hear Case of Georgia Students Denied First Amendment Rights

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case brought by the Alliance Defending Freedom of two former Georgia college students who were prevented from sharing their faith on their college campus.  “The bottom line is this: Government officials must be held responsible for enacting and enforcing policies that trample students’ constitutionally protected freedoms,” John […]

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Liam Fox’s Case for Free and Open Trade

The United Kingdom on Wednesday nominated Liam Fox, former U.K. secretary of state for international trade, to be the next director-general of the World Trade Organization. Accepting his nomination, Fox, a passionate advocate of free trade and a pro-Washington candidate, underscored his belief “that if we want to keep the WTO relevant and vibrant our […]

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NFL Again Fumbles Opportunity to Unite America

The National Football League once again is fumbling away an opportunity to unite America. This is the result we could have expected, given the NFL’s playbook over the past few years. The NFL’s decision to play what is known as the black national anthem—“Lift Every Voice and Sing”—before every Week 1 game seems poised to divide, not […]

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Is Wokeness Awakening Antisemitism?

Over the last few years it seems as if an entire generation has become ‘woke.’ This is a term that describes a growing awareness of issues related to social and racial justice.  But is this sincere desire to be diligent in combating inequality  being manipulated by extremist people and groups to push their own hate-filled […]

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History of poetry

Poetry is the oldest, ancient and the most popular art form much older than the written form. In ancient time the earliest poetry has been recited or sung, employed as a way of remembering religion, traditions, oral history, wars, martyrdom, sociology, love, genealogy, and law. In one form or another, poetry has been around for […]

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