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The Louisiana Flood: A Case Study in Opportunistic Sensationalism

Look, it’s not a palatable argument to have to make, but that’s what drives the pervasive media-driven sensationalism in this country.  So I’m going to have to say it:  The Louisiana floods, terrible though they are, do not even approach … Continue reading

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Explaining Trump’s Rhetoric

Obama literally founded ISIS, Hillary is the most corrupt candidate of all time, Mexico will pay for a border wall… What’s the deal?  Well, if you ask me, it’s not too hard to determine: First:  He is a Terrible Businessman … Continue reading

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A Hopeful Trend

It would be really, really good for America if this trend were to continue and Trump were to lose in a historic landslide. Then maybe the Republicans would somehow be spurred into getting themselves together, eradicating the Trump-esque from amid … Continue reading

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America’s Crippled Political Discourse and the Trump Phenomenon

I have been thinking a lot recently about my attempts at fairly analyzing the two major scandals facing Hillary Rodham Clinton: the utterly-bereft-of-substance Benghazi “scandal” and the bona fide failure on her behalf that was the email server scandal. For … Continue reading

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Brief Issue Analysis: Benghazi

Summary of Findings There is no evidence that officials attempted to mislead the public regarding the nature of the attacks on the Benghazi mission in the days following the attacks. There is no evidence of a “scandal” involving the administration’s handling of the Benghazi … Continue reading

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Brief Issue Analysis: Hillary Clinton’s Email Server

Updated Brief Intro: I recommend reading the very informative report by the Office of the Inspector General‘s initial 43 pages rather than digging through the deluge of information posted in the comment section below (though I thank Rob for his … Continue reading

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Brief Issue Analysis: Gun Violence in America

This issue has been paraded about on the left for decades: the epidemic of gun violence. And though it has always been portrayed as an issue which strikes fear into the hearts of everyday Americans, as though every American citizen … Continue reading

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Is There “A Problem with Islam”?

If I am asked “Is there a problem with Islam?”  My answer is an emphatic no. If I am asked “Is there a problem with modern Islamic thought?”  My answer is an emphatic yes. I do not want to be pedantic, … Continue reading

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Transgenderism: Liberalism’s Patch Adams Moment

Well, here I am again, finding myself reluctantly compelled to post on this subject matter.  I’ll just get my pro forma, albeit sincere (I simply don’t believe it should be necessary), apology out of the way: I really am writing this out … Continue reading

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The Unhinging of the American Left and the Genesis of Irrational Legislation

The American left is becoming increasingly disturbing to me. Unsatisfied even with the outrageous nonsense Donald Trump actually says, they can’t seem to keep themselves from flagrantly misrepresenting his position as worse than it is. And it’s not just every … Continue reading

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