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Puzzled: Conservatives Content With Public Education?
Editorial/Opinion

Puzzled: Conservatives Content With Public Education?

November 19, 2018 0

Puzzled: Conservatives Content With Public Education? By Pete Ketcham I have been puzzled for some time, that the conservative community seems to be content to deal with the results  of our current public education system, but […]

Snowflake Acosta Gets Another Pass
Constitution

Snowflake Acosta Gets Another Pass

November 16, 2018 1

Snowflake Acosta Gets Another Pass by Shari Dovale Jim Acosta used his bully tactics to disrupt a White House press briefing last week, seemingly because he was not getting enough attention. President Trump’s staff then […]

Globalism is Treason Against Your Country
Agenda 21/2030

Globalism is Treason Against Your Country

November 15, 2018 1

Globalism is Treason Against Your Country nationalism [nash-uh-nl-iz-uh m] noun 1. spirit or aspirations common to the whole of a nation. 2. devotion and loyalty to one’s own country; patriotism. 3. excessive patriotism; chauvinism. By Shari […]

Political Violence and the Media
Featured

Political Violence and the Media

November 14, 2018 0

Political Violence and the Media The Danger in Media Telling Only Half the Story on Political Violence By Sean Malone In the last few months, we’ve seen numerous acts of politically motivated or targeted violence. […]

Y2Y Tax Forms Tell A Compelling Story
Agenda 21/2030

Y2Y Tax Forms Tell A Compelling Story

November 12, 2018 1

Y2Y Tax Forms Tell A Compelling Story Y2Y 05′, 06′, & 07′ Tax Years By Karen Schumacher While reviewing tax forms may at times seem tedious and irrelevant, it really tells a compelling story about […]

Blue Wave Was A Tempest In A Teapot
Editorial/Opinion

Blue Wave Was A Tempest In A Teapot

November 9, 2018 2

Blue Wave Was A Tempest In A Teapot by Red Smith To the politically unindoctrinated, unused to the partisan ebb and flow of a constitutional republic, or to those small feathered folk predisposed to hand […]

What I learned from the 2018 Oregon Midterm
Editorial/Opinion

What I learned from the 2018 Oregon Midterm

November 9, 2018 1

What I learned from the 2018 Oregon Midterm By Chris Brumbles Well, the midterm elections are over and here in Oregon we came away with some good things, some bad things, and some unexplainable craziness. […]

What America Really Voted On in 2018
Elections

What America Really Voted On in 2018

November 7, 2018 0

What America Really Voted On in 2018 by Shari Dovale This election cycle has proven to be a divisive time for many Americans. Neither side came through as the big winner, though everyone walked away […]

Election Day 2018 - Just One Inning
Editorial/Opinion

Election Day 2018 – Just One Inning

November 7, 2018 0

Election Day 2018 – Just One Inning by Jim Boyer When the talking heads babble on about political strategies, some use the analogy of sport strategy and say, you can’t win by playing defense. To […]

American Redoubt Election Highlights
Elections

American Redoubt 2018 Election Highlights

November 7, 2018 0

American Redoubt 2018 Election Highlights by Shari Dovale The general election for 2018 was hotly contested in many races throughout the American Redoubt. From National positions to local, including ballot measures and initiatives, each state […]

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