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A Look Back at Top Events of March

As the month comes to a close, let's look at some events so bizarre that you just couldn't script them:

World Trade Center Security Breach Number Two: Freindly Fire's last column detailed how a 16-year old thrill seeker bypassed security at the new World Trade ...

Posted on 28 March 2014 Keep Reading...

Lessons from Pittsburgh Cab-Rideshare Battle


(March 27, 2014)--Will ridesharing–the transportation model in which prospective riders arrange for trips via smartphone on prepaid accounts with drivers who operate their own vehicles–revolutionize what many view as a moribund taxicab market? It is a question that many in ...

Posted on 27 March 2014 Keep Reading...

God ~Jesus, Politics ~Government

Is God a Democrat? A Republican? Was Jesus a conservative, liberal, socialist, or libertarian? Those are jarring questions. Yet, because faith informs one's values and values inform one's political leanings, it is understandable why religion and politics often intersect and overlap. And because ...

Posted on 27 March 2014 Keep Reading...

Playing the Education Lottery

Last month, families from across Pennsylvania waited anxiously to hear if they had finally won the lottery. But these hopeful parents weren't looking to win the MegaMillions–they were hoping for the chance at enrolling their children in a better and safer school.

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Posted on 26 March 2014 Keep Reading...

A Renewed Reagan Conservatism

Editor's note: This article first appeared at TheBlaze.com.

A rudderless Republican Party, afraid to assert itself in the face of a rising liberal/progressive onslaught. A confident Democratic Party in the White House, undermining the nation, its economy, and its ...

Posted on 26 March 2014 Keep Reading...

Safety Issues at Forefront After Plane Crash

The American operative furtively approached his objective. Despite the challenge of slipping unnoticed into one of the most secure compounds in the world, he moved with confidence. Utilizing nimble moves and cunning savvy, he bypassed barriers, beat security systems, and baffled armed guards. Up ...

Posted on 26 March 2014 Keep Reading...

A Winning Economic Recovery Strategy

Here's a common sense perspective and first-rate line of attack for economic recovery in the ideas quoted below from a major speech by a top U.S. politician.

His policy recommendations reveal a clear comprehension of economic incentives, human nature and the fundamental fact that ...

Posted on 25 March 2014 Keep Reading...

W. Virginia May Tip Senate GOP

WHEELING, W.Va. – Through seven terms in Congress, Shelley Moore Capito largely has avoided national attention. Now her U.S. Senate race has raised her profile as one of the Republican Party's best hopes to tip the chamber's balance of power.

The party could ...

Posted on 24 March 2014 Keep Reading...

Obamacare Will Flip Senate

The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson urges 2014 Democratic candidates to run on Obamacare, because "Wishy-washy won't work."

Robinson's column cited the results of a Florida special election for a congressional seat in an evenly divided district where a ...

Posted on 24 March 2014 Keep Reading...

Official Repression

Richard Nixon was often accused of creating an imperial presidency and of using the levers of power to repress and punish those who disagreed with him. Nixon's "enemies list" became a national sensation and official actions against those on the list either directly or indirectly prompted ...

Posted on 24 March 2014 Keep Reading...

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