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What Happened to Privacy for the Children?

One of the common arguments you will hear from opponents of open family courts, is that they are considering the “best interests of the child”, and protecting their privacy, by maintaining closed courts. 55 more words

Family Court

True commitment to persecuted Christians from Hungary?

With everything that’s going on in the world, Hungary probably isn’t on your radar.

But, there are two articles I recommend to you about Hungary. 1,641 more words


Fake News: Chipping Away At Our Freedoms

Fake News: Chipping Away At Our Freedoms What s in your front room this Christmas? The real Chevvy Chase chopped by hand Christmas Vacation tree? Or the, just like the real thing and no pine needles to pick up plastic alternative? 34 more words

Last week I had high hope for incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer.

I talked about ways that Spicer can ethically fulfill his public relations duties and obligations to President-Elect Trump and the Trump administration while also protecting freedom of the press and keeping the public informed. 298 more words

Public Relations

Reply to Roger Scruton’s conservative view on rights

Freedoms and claim-rights

Sir Roger Scruton’s essay on How do we decide which human rights should be protected in law is published as a blog at… 872 more words

When Opinionated Celebrities Attack!

Everyone chill out.

This is not a negative piece on the President Elect.

This is not a negative piece on what happened at the Golden Globes. 585 more words

Gun Control's Root Causes: Why Confiscation is a Meaningless Pursuit

There are reports floating around that Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell is open to listening to “serious suggestions from the experts”. This is good news, everyone, after all, should be open to serious suggestions from the experts in all areas of policy at all times. 1,941 more words

2nd Amendment