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Opinion: Definition of Freedom

The left wants to accentuate everything negative about our country, using ideas like Critical Race Theory, the 1619 Project, and books like Howard Zinn’s A Peoples History of America. Conservatives, classical liberals and most of our citizens, want to hear and tell the truth about this nation. While this would include our flaws, like slavery and Jim

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Opinion: Has the Rebellion Begun?

Spending seven days in Southern California in the middle of July was enlightening. My youngest son and his family just moved into an older middle class neighborhood in Lakewood, CA. Even though the Fourth of July had been the week before, many of the houses were still flying the Stars and Stripes on their porches.

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Opinion: Vigilantes Revisited

While many deplored the use of vigilante justice that permeated many of the cities and towns in the early years of the western territories and states, there was often no other law or justice available. After the brutal dispatching of a robber and murderer in Montana in 1864, one of those present wrote, “The question

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Opinion: Just Because It’s Legal Doesn’t Mean It’s Ethical

Photo: Deep Well Ranch development Shortly after Barrack Obama was elected Senator from Illinois, his wife, who was working as an executive at the University of Chicago Medical Center, received a promotion and a pay increase of nearly $200,000 a year. The question arises, was Michelle Obama given the promotion and pay increase of almost

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Opinion: It’s Not Just a Conspiracy, It’s a Formula

On this Fourth of July, while we remember our Founding, the freedoms and independence that date symbolizes, we should also reflect on how our freedoms have been eroded. At no period in our lifetime, have our God-given rights been more at risk. They have not been endangered by forces outside our country. The danger is

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Opinion: Will It Be As Easy Next Time?

The erosion of our Constitutional, God-given rights, started a long time ago, but with the vast government overreaction to the COVID pandemic, the slow wearing away of those rights has become a landslide. The First Amendment right to the free exercise of religion was partially abridged decades ago. Dismissing more than a century and a

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