African Americans Must Think Like Donald Trump

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Democrats and establishment Republicans (or as I call them “The Rank and Stank”)  argue that Donald Trump only thinks about himself, his family and his investors that he just can’t, “let things go.” Variations on this theme claim he doesn’t think about what you or the government need; and he has spent a lifetime seeking personal profit above the welfare of his neighbor. The Rank and Stank…

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Trump Channels Sharpton

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Donald Trump is taking fire from the left and the right for expressing his reservations over having a class action lawsuit against Trump University heard by U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel. But Trump’s greatest sin is that he cribbed a tactic out of the Democrats’ playbook by injecting ethnicity into an argument. We like to…

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Trump, Smarter Than You

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Say what you will about Donald Trump but the man is exciting. Within minutes of bringing his comb over, in your face style and strong name ID to the main stage of the Republican primary field, people started freaking out as his popularity rose. This excitement is not owing to some grand policy insight, his…

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Progressive pretzel logic

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One of the problems with modern progressive thought in America today is that it lacks cohesion.  Big ideas conceived to usher in some sort of better, fairer, more equitable America ultimately collapse under the weight of implementation. What passes for logic in these progressive schemes ultimately twists itself into an ideological pretzel as the front…

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Right to Work Republicanism

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Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s history on illegal immigration has placed him in league with some of the Senate’s most notorious liberals. Rand Paul’s positions on foreign relations and domestic law enforcement prompted Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol to proclaim that the Kentucky senator, “has now decided he wants to be a liberal Democrat.” Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd…

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Democrats Supporting Unions While Stiffing Veterans

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With the 2016 presidential race beginning to take shape, liberals are ratcheting up their attacks on Republicans over labor issues and union benefits. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has been on the receiving end of renewed attacks by the left for his actions that critics say deprived public sector union members of their promised benefits. In New Jersey,…

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Choking Constitutional Liberty

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What do porn, pistols and Ponzi schemes have in common? They are all targets of Operation Choke Point, an Obama administration initiative that is the very picture of a selectively oppressive and overreaching government. A program of the Justice Department, Operation Choke Point is the functional equivalent of a mafia extortion racket, using abusive federal…

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Civil Forfeiture: A Civil Rights Violation

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At the core of the American founding is protecting the civil rights of the people. The list of “repeated injuries and usurpations,” by King George III, as delineated in the Declaration of Independence, were never far from the minds of those who drafted the Constitution—and for good reason. They wanted a government that generally stayed…

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Black America and American Exceptionalism

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Events in Ferguson, Missouri have spawned an intriguing phenomenon. A casual pursuing of the popular center-left blogosphere like Slate or Salon, replete with its Upper East Side White Guilt, could make black folks wonder, ‘What the hell am I still doing here?’ A quick channel flip past MSNBC would have us believe that African Americans…

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Defending Property Rights is a Uniquely American Duty

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There’s no shortage of piling-on when it comes to the controversy over the name of the Washington Redskins football team. But too often overlooked is the government’s response to all the noise. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) created a fatal contradiction for itself when it announced on June 18 that it would cancel the…

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