Category Archives: Morals and Ethics

The NRA – Training for a Proficient Militia

by Tina The National Rifle Association, once respected and revered, has been under attack from the extreme left for several decades. The NRA is reviled because of their resistance to ever increasing calls for infringements to Second Amendment rights. Our … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution & The Law, Education, Humanity, Liberty, Life, Morals and Ethics, Patriotism, Western Values | 2 Comments

Socially Incidental Role Models

Posted by Tina High fashion can’t be credited for the sick state of society but it can act as an indicator of the unprincipled depravity infecting our world. One of the world’s best known high fashion names, Gucci, serves as … Continue reading

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Students Call for Solutions, Not Politics – Then They’re Used Politically and Become Agitators for the Left

Posted by Tina Yesterday I saw footage of fresh faced teens in Florida demanding that we put politics aside and work together to find solutions that would ensure the safety of students in our schools. A mature response IMHO. That … Continue reading

Posted in Civil Rights, Constitution & The Law, Education, Morals and Ethics, Protest and Agitation | 17 Comments

Obama ICE Appointee in Seattle Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud and Identity Theft

Posted by Tina The Department of Justice press release as quoted by The American Thinker: Sanchez, who had responsibility over immigration removal proceedings in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, intentionally devised a scheme to defraud seven aliens in various stages … Continue reading

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Broward County “PROMISE” Program Failed the Community!

Posted by Tina As we all now know there were a number of system failures prior to the school shooting in Florida last week. Reports to the FBI were ignored. FBI procedures were not followed. Local school and county authorities … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution & The Law, Education, Gun rights, Media and Social Media, Morals and Ethics, National Security, Patriotism, Western Values | 5 Comments

Dem Hypocrisy on Parade…Again

Posted by Tina President Trump was recently mocked for suggesting a military parade: HuffPo, “Trump Saw A Military Parade In France And Now He Wants One Of His Very Own” WaPo, “Why a military parade may be Trump’s biggest troll … Continue reading

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Super Bowl Sunday

by Jack The Super Bowl may see a drop of about 24% in viewers this time around and that has many invested in the game extremely concerned. Poll takers show a variety of reasons for fans abstaining, but chief among … Continue reading

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Update: Russian Dossier Probe

Posted by Tina Sundance at Conservative Treehouse comes through again with new revelations in the Russian/Fusion GPS Dossier scandal: A month after Hillary Clinton hired Fusion GPS (April 2016) to sub-contract retired British MI6 agent Christopher Steele to write the … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution & The Law, Government Fraud and Corruption, Morals and Ethics, Political Intrigue | 4 Comments

Why Do We Have Religion?

by Jack I’m not picking on any religion here, I’m just asking the question: Why do we embrace religion, any religion? Is it because we feel we lack self-control, so we must fall back on our higher power to help … Continue reading

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The Folly of Big Government – Our Massive Debt Highlighted

Posted by Tina There are many good articles to read today but when I found one by Walter Williams I just knew he’d have something valuable to say…I wasn’t disappointed: “We have tried spending money. We are spending more than … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution & The Law, Education, Federal Budget, Liberty, Morals and Ethics, Tax Policy | 2 Comments