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Townhall: Port in the Storm . . . of War

Here is a new story. New news, because not something that has received a lot of coverage. Sure, it is about a political fracas in North Dakota. But if it seems eerily familiar, that’s because it is: the story serves as a microcosm of the current chaotic ideological macrocosm. Click

Townhall: A Little Rebellion Is a Good Thing?

The burgeoning decentralization story is bigger than could be told on Thursday. So click on over to Townhall for more hints at how big this story is. Then come back here and leap into the issue Big Time. . . . Theory and History: Common Sense with Paul Jacob: Two

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Townhall: Mobs Against Our Rights

Over at Townhall, the logic of “inclusion” is examined — and the examination includes an explanation for why exclusion is the usual tactic of the inclusionists. Click back here for the back-up. Yelp: Churchill Tavern Fox News Insider: ‘Nazi Scum, Get Out’: Milo Yiannopoulos Heckled by Crowd, Driven Out of

Townhall: Indefensible Human Beings

In the late 19th century, with the rise of union rioting, socialist agitation, and the anarchists’ “propaganda by the deed,” politics got ugly. Perhaps the reason Progressives came into power through both major parties was as a relief valve to civilize the tide of leftist violence. We are witnessing this

Townhall: The Man Who Saved the Evergreen Constitution

A major win — a double win! — for citizens-in-charge government. Click on over to Townhall for the big story. And the come back here for a little more: The Stranger: Eyman Wins, Judge Orders Deadly Force Initiative to Go on the November Ballot Seattle Times: Washington lawmakers violated state

Townhall: Don’t Fiddle with the Franchise

Well, the march to lower the voting age proceeds apace. Click on over to Townhall for Paul’s expanded thoughts from Thursday. Then come back here to expand thoughts on your own: Washington Post: Youthful March for Our Lives revives push to lower voting age to 16 in D.C. Washington Post:

Townhall: Race, Sex and Media Bias

It would be very helpful if our professional reporters and journalists would just state the truth, and not mislead us with evasions and misdirection. Click on over to for a recent and quite significant example. Washington Post: Implicit racial bias causes black boys to be disciplined at school more

Townhall: Evil Weed or Good Cash Crop?

What a mess: the War on Drugs; marijuana legalization; the very words we use to talk about either or both. Click on over to for more clarification. Then come back here to check the references — a few of which might clear up some of the confusions that may

Townhall: I Call BS

This weekend over at, the subject is guns, gun violence, and protest. Oh, and “BS” — and the calling of same. Click on over, then come back here for more hits of wisdom: Washington Post: A school shooting could happen anywhere. That’s why students from everywhere are marching. CNN:

Townhall: Career, No Career (A Tale of Two Pols)

What does it take to make a difference in politics? Is the thirteenth year the magic number, or does time in office guarantee nothing but corruption? Click on over to Townhall. Come back here for more information and perspective. YouTube: Nick Freitas Announces Senate Run to Unseat Tim Kaine Washington

Townhall: Trump’s Tariffs, Congress’ Cowardice

Trade policy and a do-nothing Congress, a match made in hell … read about it at Townhall. And come back here for more kindling: National Review: Congress Handed to the President the Power to Level Tariffs Townhall: Lifetime Tenure — Or Longer? CRS: Congressional Careers: Service Tenure and Patterns of

Townhall: Justice Post Blindfold

Sometimes law is just politics. But must it be so? Make a motion over to Townhall, and then make your appeal back here. Washington Post: Scalia embraced compromise on unions. Today’s Supreme Court should, too. (editorial) Liberty Justice Center: Janus v. AFSCME SCOTUS: Oral Argument (Audio ) (Transcript) Illinois Policy

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