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Media and Tech Controlling What You See?

Whether conservative or not, all Americans should be scared about what is occurring this campaign season.  The collusion between media and tech companies to maximize negativity about Donald Trump and minimize anything deemed anti-Hillary Clinton is slowly beginning to resemble mind control normally reserved for B movies or The Twilight Zone. Liz Crokin, an award […]

Boston Herald Editorial: Turkey’s ‘woman’ problem

Boston Herald editorial, Friday November 28 –  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has really gone and done it this time! He may try to substitute that yogurt drink for hardier adult beverages and no one takes that particularly seriously. Or he claims Islamic explorers discovered America long before Columbus. Whatever! The often-controversial Erdogan — once […]

Halloween by the numbers

From Statista: Americans will spend a whopping $7.4 billion on Halloween products in 2014, according to the National Retail Federation. $2.8 billion will be spent on costumes, of which the animal, Batman character and witch are going to be the most popular. Americans are also planning on splashing out a whopping $350 million on costumes […]

Over 10 Million Votes Cast Nationwide So Far

Early voting has been going on in more than half the states. As of yesterday, there were 10,039,001 votes cast, according to  Florida has seen the most votes, where an extremely close Governor’s race dominates the landscape, with just over 1.96 million votes cast so far.  Florida is followed by California with 1.5 million […]

One-Fifth of Americans Worry About Getting Ebola

Twenty-two percent of U.S. adults are concerned they will contract Ebola, according to a new Gallup survey released Tuesday. Gallup conducted the survey Oct. 4-5, shortly after the discovery of an Ebola patient in the U.S. — but before his death on Oct 8. Only 61% of Americans feel confident in the federal government’s ability […]

Today is 24 year Anniversary of Germany Reunification

Germany is celebrating its national holiday with events around the country to recall reunification 24 years ago. This year, the main festivities are being held in the northern city of Hanover.

Today is Constitution Day

Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. Recovering the wisdom of the Constitution Excerpt fom Room to Grow by Ramesh Ponnuru A major reason Americans have been losing confidence in their government in recent decades is that our government has grown so unwieldy, ineffective, and unaccountable. The […]

Oh Say Can You See – 200 Years

The poem “Defence of Fort M’Henry” better known as ‘The Star Spangled Banner’ written 200 years ago this day by Francis Scott Key. For all flag-waving, freedom-loving people, may she fly proudly another 200 years!

American Standard of Living Poised to Plummet

“The American Dream, rooted in the belief that each generation will do better than the last, is threatened with devolving into a pipe dream, according to the findings of a recent report. The standard of living in the United States is in danger of declining by 9 percent by 2030…”

NYT Mag: Reform conservatives address middle-class worries

Sam Tanenhaus writes in Sunday’s New York Times Magazine about efforts of YG Network and fellow reform conservatives addressing the anxieties of middle-class Americans on a wide range of pocketbook issues. The full-length piece describes the process that led YG Network to publish, Room To Grow: Conservative Reforms for a Limited Government and a Thriving […]