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Latest Columns

Trump Ends Globalism at the State Department
By: John and Andy Schlafly

Outgoing Rex Tillerson is, by all accounts, a very likeable fellow, and no one wants to kick someone when he is down. But President Trump wisely fired him as secretary of state for having an outlook d... Read More

How Trump Wins on Trade
By: John and Andy Schlafly

When President Trump announced he would protect American jobs by imposing tariffs on foreign-made steel and aluminum, naysayers of both parties rushed to the nearest microphone or TV camera. Pundits a... Read More

Victimized High School Triumphed where Olympics Failed
By: John and Andy Schlafly

After the poor showing by the U.S. men’s hockey team at the Winter Olympics, it was inspiring that the Marjory Stoneman Douglas boys’ hockey team captured the state championship on Sunday ... Read More

Social Media Monopolies Advance Leftist Agenda
By: John and Andy Schlafly

Despite his headline-grabbing indictment of Russian nationals for interfering with the U.S. election, special counsel Robert Mueller has still found no evidence of collusion between any Russians and t... Read More

The Right and Wrong Approaches to Immigration
By: John and Andy Schlafly

“This will be our last chance, there will never be another opportunity!” to protect Dreamers, President Trump properly tweeted as the U.S. Senate plunged into a debate about immigration po... Read More


Biggest Issues

Curse of Poet Emma Lazarus Lives on in Lady Liberty
By: Nancy Thorner

Emma Lazarus was born on July 22, 1849 into a wealthy New York family that was descended from Sephardic Jewish Americans. She wrote The New Colossus, the poem for which she is best-known tod... Read More

PRESS: Trump Administration Orders Halt of Foreign Hostile Takeover of Qualcomm
By: Ryan Hite

Citing national security concerns, White House prohibits proposed deal between Broadcom and Qualcomm; prevents board election. St. Louis, MO:  Late Monday night, President Donald Tru... Read More

Article V: Are there flaws in our Constitution, or simply failures to obey it?
By: Nancy Thorner

Article V of the U.S. Constitution has only 22 words about a convention for proposing amendments, but the most important is the word “call.”  Since only Congress can “call&... Read More

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