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Is ISIS Worth Getting Re-involved in Iraq?

You can tell it's a slow news cycle when the big media story is about an insurgency in Iraq being waged by two-bit clowns.

And brutal as they may be, that's exactly what they are.

Yet American soldiers are being sent back to ...

Posted on 10 September 2014 Keep Reading...

A Recollection of 9-11

We all have memories of where we were, what we were doing, when a seminal event occurred, some piece of history that has shaped our lives. For me a vivid memory endures of a nondescript morning that would shake America to its foundations.

It was a September day ...

Posted on 10 September 2014 Keep Reading...

Progressivism Losing Wars on Poverty, Justice, Truth

American progressives share cognitive deficiencies which produce stunning examples of paramnesia.

Consider: Progressives complain about miserable conditions in American inner-cities while missing that liberal officials have governed those cities for ...

Posted on 8 September 2014 Keep Reading...

Why Obama Lacks ISIS Strategy

SHANKSVILLE

Lambertville Road eerily remains the same bumpy local byway, from U.S. 30 to this small town, that it was 13 Septembers ago. Venerable trees still crowd its two lanes; mobile homes sprinkled among worn wood-frame houses appear unchanged.

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Posted on 8 September 2014 Keep Reading...

Left Should Not Fear Conservatives

"This article was originally published at American Thinker."

Americans are constantly barraged with liberal viewpoints by media and entertainment sources, public and higher education and even professional sports. Attentive conservatives are very familiar ...

Posted on 8 September 2014 Keep Reading...

Need a Lyft?

I stood in the doorway of the Ebenezer Coffee House watching a mid-summer thunderstorm dump water on Washington, D.C. Although Union Station, and the taxi cab I needed, was little over a block away, getting there in the downpour would result in my getting soaked. With appointments still to keep ...

Posted on 8 September 2014 Keep Reading...

Getting to Know the Facts on Common Core

In the debate over Common Core, there seem to be more questions than answers.
Parents, teachers and taxpayers consistently receive either carefully crafted
talking points or outright stonewalling when they ask legitimate questions about
this experimental and expensive educational ...

Posted on 5 September 2014 Keep Reading...

What Could You Do With $14,500?

Although it probably was not the first thing to come to mind, you could pay off Pennsylvania's debt.

According to a report by the organization Truth in Accounting, the Commonwealth has $62 billion in unfunded obligations. Every taxpayer in Pennsylvania would have to pay $14,500 if the state ...

Posted on 4 September 2014 Keep Reading...

Labor Day and Earned Success

Those of us with full-time jobs we enjoy and an ability to generally pay our bills likely spent Labor Day weekend enjoying hot dogs and a cold drink with family and friends while lamenting the end of summer.

But for millions of Pennsylvanians and millions more of ...

Posted on 4 September 2014 Keep Reading...

Gas Extraction Tax: A Bad Idea

It's no secret that Pennsylvania's budget woes have put a strain on the state. Since A.) the pot of taxpayer money is not endless; B.) an ever-increasing number of hands are demanding their share from the government till; and C.) the political courage to rein in spending is nonexistent, perhaps we ...

Posted on 4 September 2014 Keep Reading...

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