Texas Church Shooting

by Vincent Cucchiara On Sunday, November 6th, Devin Patrick Kelley of Texas shot up a church in Sutherland Springs, killing 26 people and sending several more to the hospital before he was finally apprehended. After he left the church, locals Stephen Willeford and Johnnie Langendorff pursued Kelley’s vehicle until the attacker was run off the road. Willeford first opened fire on Kelley outside the church, then continued his pursuit in Langendorff’s vehicle. According to early police reports, after Kelley was run…

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Diversity as State Ideology: The Accelerating Death of Traditional America

by Kevin Fenchak America, a country once founded on national self-determination, has had its sovereignty swept out from under it in recent history. Most of the major developments in this trend have taken place well within living memory, from the gutting of domestic manufacturing in the name of free trade, to recent attempts to hand off internet regulations and copyright enforcement to international bodies and corporations. Far and away the most egregious of these betrayals has been the imposition…

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Islamic Terrorist Attack in NYC

by Vincent Cucchiara Yesterday afternoon Uzbekistani alien Sayfullo Saipov, former uber driver turned terrorist, used a rented Home Depot pickup-truck to mow down pedestrians on a crowded street in New York City. The attack left 8 dead and 11 more hospitalized. Saipov was admitted into the United States on a green card lottery, officially the Diversity Immigrant Visa. This may raise a few eyebrows among those critical of “diversity” as a publicly funded federal government program. Saipov was reported…

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The Cowardice of Safe Spaces and PC Culture: Austin Petersen

by Aidan Piombino-Mattis Austin Petersen opened up the College Republicans’ Truth Week event for 2017 on Monday night, appearing at Penn State despite his intense Senate Primary in Missouri. The Libertarian-cum-Republican candidate spoke on a variety of issues, though the primary focus of the lecture was free speech and safe spaces, and the ideological danger presented by these supposed safety measures. The talk, entitled The Cowardice of Safe Spaces and PC Culture, covered everything from the cultural marxism of…

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Harvey Weinstein: Another Name on the Hollywood Walk of Shame

by Jack T. Another disgusting Hollywood elitist can’t keep his hands to himself or even his pants on. Harvey Weinstein, co-chairman of the massive film studio The Weinstein Company and co-founder of Miramax, has been fired from his company after multiple allegations of sexual assault and sexual harassment have surfaced. Two damning pieces from The New York Times and The New Yorker unveiled a long history of Weinstein’s mistreatment of women. The New York Times detailed Weinstein’s sexual harassment…

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The Las Vegas Attack in Perspective: An Analysis

by Kevin Fenchak At the time of writing, It’s been over a week since the night of October 1st when so many lost their lives or were grievously wounded by a terrorist’s actions. The motives for such a murderous attack are as yet a matter of speculation, as are the methods by which it was carried out. To expound broadly on this attack is probably impossible until more is known, and it is unlikely to yield any politically significant…

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What is the Militia?

by Aidan Mattis The debate over gun rights is once again in full hysteria mode, and thus we need to go over those pesky gun rights for the millionth time. To skip over most of the common arguments, let’s go to the core. The text of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution reads “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall…

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Mandate Exemption Protects Vital Religious Freedom

by Sarah Nahrgang Last Friday, the Trump administration put forth an interim final rule to roll back the HHS mandate for religious employers to cover contraception in their health insurance plans. This is a victory for religious freedom and for the religious groups who have been fighting for this since female contraception was added to the list of preventative services covered by the Affordable Care Act in 2011. Most notably, much of the impetus for this ruling came from…

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#IndigenousPeoplesDay

by Vincent Cucchiara Columbus Day is once again upon us and as to be expected the Left is out in full force decrying the evils of everyone who has helped to make the US the great nation that it is. Today is the day that we remember the adventurous spirit that inspired Christopher Columbus to sail the ocean blue and discover new land to the west that was entirely unknown to the peoples of Europe. His discovery lead to…

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Trump Was Right About Being Wiretapped!? Thanks CNN!

by Jack T. CNN – out of all outlets – has published a huge exclusive report claiming former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was wiretapped before, during, and after the 2016 Presidential election by the US Government. It’s believed the FBI got a secret FISA warrant to surveil Manafort as part of the Russia investigation, however, this isn’t the first time Manafort has been surveilled. In 2014 under a separate FISA warrant, the FBI surveilled Manafort in an investigation…

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