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Yes, I know I’ve addressed this issue before, but I feel the need to do it again, so here goes. What has happened to just sitting there, face to face, to discuss things rationally, succinctly … more
Articles about the left’s hypocrisy and appalling double standards are barely newsworthy these days. Even so, the Democrats have displayed new lows on that score this week, throwing around the word … more
The lines, or in this case you might say the wall, have been drawn in this country on the issue of immigration, with both sides having strong opinions. I will support neither side publicly in this … more
2019 was only four days old when we got the announcement the U.S. Supreme Court was going to hear arguments on North Carolina’s redistricting lawsuit in March. Once again, our state will be in the … more
RALEIGH — Over the past eight years, conservative lawmakers have done much to constrain the excesses, expenses, and abuses of governmental power in North Carolina. They have cut taxes, controlled … more
New Year’s Eve glistens with promise. And I’m not just talking about from the Goldschlager. It’s the promise of a new tomorrow. When we create our New Year’s resolution — whether it be … more
Left-wing media stalwarts such as Newsweek, Huffington Post and Salon launched a barrage of fake news after I appeared on “Fox and Friends” recently to discuss new Agriculture Department rules … more
Well now that the holiday season is officially over, I have completely run out of excuses to avoid working. I have milked the holiday season for all it’s worth, spending a great deal of time … more
With nearly two weeks away from Washington during the holidays and a new session of Congress ahead, all members of the House and Senate should be well-rested, clear-minded, and ready to get back to … more
I don’t know about you guys, but we celebrated such a joyful Christmas and recent New Year’s holiday. Everyone was in good spirits and blessings were abundant. When asked for gift ideas, the … more
I found myself traveling over the New Year’s holiday and the experience reminded me of just how diverse the world really is. America is truly a melting pot, of nationalities and races, but also a … more
The Indianapolis Star (and many other national publications) ran a touching obituary for Tyler Trent, a 20-year-old Purdue University student and devoted Boilermaker football fan who lost his battle … more
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