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A Digital Congress Will Crush the Status Quo

We should discuss having a digital Congress; it would crush the status quo.    As technology evolves and is more user-friendly than ever, why isn’t the legislature moving in the digital direction? I

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The Blessed 'Blessings' Clause

“How little my countrymen know what blessings they are in possession of and which no other people enjoy.”  -Thomas Jefferson             The Constitution was "to

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Hope Hicks tapped for White House communications director, officially

Hope Hicks, one of President Trump's closest aides since before the start of the billionaire businessman's quest for the presidency, has officially been tapped as White House communications director, officials

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More Lawfare by the Left Against the Executive Branch

“Lawfare” is the use of often-frivolous lawsuits to intimidate, silence and stymie opponents. The absurd suits of blue states against the president, in order to block his immigration orders, are good examples

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Yes, Harvey Did Showcase America At Its Best

A few weeks ago my family and I were out at a small-town festival when suddenly an elderly woman in a motorized wheelchair took a tumble over the side of a street curb. Within seconds she was surrounded by people. A coup

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The Appearance of Patriotism

Before a summer's last sun could set, the fall of two tall towers cast a pale shadow of peril over every American home. Then came the iconic photo. Upon the rubble of two fallen towers, three fearless firefighters ra