Category: Education

I’ll Be Watching You!

In addition to all the new taxes Biden needs to bankroll his $3.5 trillion budget he wants to give the IRS the right to monitor your  banking accounts.  And it’s more than just an occasional glance to see what’s in…

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Joe Must Go

After more than seven months of the worst presidency in American history, Joe Biden must leave the White House. Almost every Trump voter understood that Biden would be an unmitigated failure as President. His 50-year career as a politician clearly…

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I Guess They Were Wrong About Conservatives

I remember when the Biden Administration said that right wing extremists were the largest threat the US faced. Who knew that homeschooled Christian children who grew up and joined the US military threatened the very foundation of American democracy. When…

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UN Still Pushing The Big Lie

For decades the left-wing communists in America have tried to scare us all into accepting an authoritarian lifestyle, the kind which our founders rebelled against. In the 60’s the big lie was that our planet was going to die from…

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America Before the Birth of Christ

For generations the archeological world has been beset by the notion that only the navigational techniques introduced in Europe in the fifteenth century made it possible for Europeans to cross the Atlantic.  Yet, there is much more to America’s past than we’ve been…

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Defenders of Death

Death for the unborn and the slaughter of babies being born is one of the most insidious acts of callous infanticide to ever disgrace our nation. What is now abundantly clear is that the self-indulgent, selfish, narcissistic, political class who…

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A Legacy of Corruption

Drug research is both scientifically difficult and financially taxing.  It takes more than a decade and costs well over $2 billion to develop just one FDA-approved drug.  It is important to note that the FDA does not develop or test…

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Will Virginians Be Able to Keep the Lights On?

Some people oppose industrial offshore development of wind farms because they will harm their ocean view. Some oppose them because they will result in higher electricity rates. Others oppose them because they will hurt commercial fishing, resulting in the destruction…

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When Will the Bubble Burst?

Last September, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) predicted the federal debt wouldn’t hit $29 trillion until 2028 and yet here it already stands at $28.7 trillion and is set to surpass $29 trillion within weeks.  That’s $86,036 for every single…

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Evidence for the Exodus

The Ipuwer papyrus, also known as the ‘Admonitions of Ipuwer’, is a controversial  composition, written by a royal Egyptian scribe of the same name,  that describes starvation, drought, death, and violent upheavals in ancient Egypt.   Currently housed at the National…

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Freedom Demands Vigilance

“Those who won our independence believed…that the greatest menace to freedom is an inert people, that public discussion is a political duty and that this should be a fundamental principle of the American government….They eschewed silence coerced by the law.”…

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Playing God With DNA

“Eugenics was not unique to the Nazis It could — and did — happen everywhere.”  Daniel Kevles, a historian of science, NY University In 2018, a Chinese scientist announced he’d used CRISPR to genetically modify human embryos. At the time,…

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Playing Frankenstein

When we open the door to human experimentation, we risk all our lives. If life is only valuable when someone else with political power says so, any of us can be declared disposable and useful to the state for science.…

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