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MAY 11, 2016

The Donald and illegal immigration

There is no letup by The Donald’s critics despite the fact Chairman of the Republican National Committee Reince Priebus conceded Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee for president.

I have subscribed to National Review, The Week and the Weekly Standard for many years. They are now devoted anti-Trump messengers. Even Time Magazine, the liberal weekly, is less toxic than the three. These businesses remain open because of donors and high-priced subscriptions; many other publications have dropped subscription rates to as little as $10 per year.

Guest Editorials:

By Natalia Castro | MAY 11, 2016

Isolating political thought in higher education

Immediately upon entering adulthood, students are forced to make the largest decision of their adult life, barely 18-year-old students must decide the higher education institute of their choice, or if they want to go at all. Common considerations include cost, location, and notoriety, but for many a key consideration is far less obvious — the politics of individual schools.

By Frosty Wooldridge | MAY 11, 2016

U.S. Army Special Forces Officer Speaks Up On Banning Muslim Immigration

“As we both know, Islam cannot be reformed because Islam considers itself to be perfect, complete, universal, and final! Anyone who attempts to reform Islam is accused of blasphemy and can be killed as an apostate.”

By Dr. Joseph Horton | MAY 11, 2016

Conservative solutions for just wages

There is much talk and action right now on the issue of a minimum or “just” wage. Typically, those who favor raising the minimum wage tend to the liberal camp. However, some of those who want to raise the minimum wage are social conservatives or have conservative sympathies. They are concerned about those people who are working long hours at honest work, perhaps even achieving supervisory positions while still earning less than $15 an hour. There are too many people working jobs that would have once been careers who do not earn a living wage, and this has consequences.

By Robert Romano | MAY 11, 2016

Hillary Clinton will increase Democrat composition of federal judiciary to 67 percent by end of first term

How many appointments will the next president make to the federal judiciary? And what might that mean for the American people's First and Second Amendment rights?

Since 1952, U.S. presidents have nominated and had confirmed an average of 163 federal judges, including 1.6 Supreme Court Justices, every 4 years.