You Better Expect Privacy Before it’s too Late
Those who support government surveillance often argue that we can’t really protest because we have “no expectation of privacy” in public spaces. Therefore, the police can engage in whatever type of dragnet surveillance they please. The problem with this view is...
Five Media Rules for Conservatives
Deciphering the myriad and complex media messages is both a science and an art. To say the media misleads the public is a misnomer. The media does mislead us, by lying to us constantly. If you're one who naively accepts copy and image as dispensed by the major media...
Border Takeaways: Broken Promises
A Bit of Background In my 2018 Congressional Campaign in Tennessee’s 1st Congressional District, I always said: “A nation that fails to protect its borders, is a nation that’s failing to protect its people and a nation who fails to protect its people, isn’t a nation.”...
A Nightmarish Army of Unblinking Spies
The surveillance state constantly expands. That thing that seems like no big deal today can suddenly become a big deal as technology evolves. Take the proliferation of surveillance cameras. We’ve come to accept electronic eyes recording our every move like a normal...
Trial By Jury: A Jewel of Freedom
The Anglo-American protection of a person’s right to have the legitimacy of accusations made against him determined by a jury of his peers is of ancient origin, so ancient in fact, that the date of its first appearance in English law may be hidden in the fog of...
One Way to “Drain the Swamp” – Veterans
Speaking from experience, Selfless Service is especially personified by Combat Veterans of my generation who’ve fought during the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) era.
Merchants of Addiction – Reliance as a Tool of Tyranny
Beginning with Jamestown (circa 1607), American life has been organized around and dependent upon the notion of rigorous self-reliance. In early America, self-reliance was a given. There wasn't much choice for the early patriots. After all, staying alive was...
Baby Jaden: The Subjective Standard of Viability
Seventeen weeks earlier than e[/tooltip]xpected and weighing a mere 13 ounces, Jaden Wesley Morrow was born on July 11, 2019, early in his mother’s 23rd week of pregnancy. Shocking doctors and
The Years of Hate
In George Orwell’s novel 1984, society was afforded an approved time to hate. To be more specific, there was an allocation of two minutes each day to hate Emanuel Goldstein…
Dennis Prager – Size Matters
Dennis Prager, the founder of PragerU, believes size matters and he is in good company with Ronald Reagan and the Founding Fathers in warning us that size matters!
My Pro Life Tribute
Nearly 40 years have raced by since my first exposure to Roe v. Wade, abortion and the slaughter of the innocents. In America
BASIS: Academic Self-Esteem
Six years ago my daughter cornered me and stated, “Hey dad, there’s a new school opening next year and I want to go there!” My 6th grader’s enthusiasm was obvious, and I didn’t want to ignore it.
Time Until 2020 Elections
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