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The Fraud In “Gungate” Is Real, And Should End Katie Couric’s Career

By Bob Owens
Bearing Arms
May 25, 2016

On September 8, 2004, CBS New anchor Dan Rather presented blatantly forged documents in an attempt to derail the reelection of President George W. 474 more words


Critical Patriotism Is Possible

Vincent J. Cannato, a professor of history at UMASS-Boston whose review of Jon Shields and Joshua Dunn Sr.’s Passing on the Right recently appeared in the Weekly Standard, has underscored commonalities among the 5-10 percent of academics who identify as conservative. 625 more words


AR HOA declares war on children's playhouse

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Just in time for summer, Hurricane Lake Estates Property Owners Association (POA) has threatened to fine Michelle Campbell $150 per month if she does not remove a playhouse she and her husband built for their children in their own backyard. 289 more words


The Shameful Irony Of Obama Demanding Gun Control At George Mason University

By Jayme Metzgar
The Federalist
January 8, 2016

President Obama appeared last night (January 7, 2016) at a nationally televised CNN town hall meeting on gun control. 202 more words


Braid: Wildrose plays the property rights card in the wrong game

The NDP won’t be breaking down your door this week, despite Wildrose fears that searches and seizures are about to erupt all over Alberta.

The government’s new climate tax bill contains a glut of enforcement language, thousands of words, all intended to give the government power to nab tax evaders. 645 more words

Local News

The Nanny State Is Always "Reasonable"

I was driving down Lamar on Monday when I heard a radio ad produced by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). State authorities, the narrator explained, enforce the “Click It Or Ticket” law because it keeps us safe and our families from dealing with our untimely demise. 595 more words


Federal Judge Strikes Down 'Good Reason' Provision Of DC Concealed Carry Law As Likely Unconstitutional

By Matt Vespa
May 17, 2016

The fight over Second Amendment rights in the nation’s capital has entered a new phase. A federal judge has  613 more words