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Ferguson protests, riots and looting create total chaos – photo credit – You Tube

Does First Amendment give Ferguson hoodlums right to riot?

Does First Amendment give Ferguson hoodlums right to riot?

WASHINGTON, November 26, 2014 — America and the upstanding residents of Ferguson, Mo., have had enough of the rioting, looting and mayhem in the name of Michael Brown. The line of peaceful assembly that Rev. King and other civil rights leaders stood and died for has been abandoned. Instead, local and state officials in Missouri are bending

What, me worry? / White House photo, United States Government works license

Obama and Saudi Arabia are last weekend’s trendsetters

CHARLOTTE, N.C., November 24, 2014 — Two unrelated stories over the weekend have little significance for world affairs, but they say much about global trends that are winning out over common sense. Now that President Barack Obama has declared himself King of the United States, it looks as though he would like to rule the world

President Obama: A man with a plan

Immigration reform polls and the amnesty lie

WASHINGTON, November 24, 2014 — A consistent tactic to change the dynamic in Congress on immigration reform is to frame amnesty as a mainstream point of view. When interviewed on immigration reform, politicians, racial identity activists and open border advocacy groups rely on the passivity of interviewers to propose the laziest, most vacuous arguments for Obama’s actions and immigration reform,

Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu / Photo: Mary Landrieu, used under Flickr Creative Commons license

41 liberals reject Keystone Pipeline, leave Mary Landrieu to drown

SOUTH FLORIDA, November 19, 2014 — Locked in a tough Senate runoff that has her on the verge of defeat, a drowning Mary Landrieu begged for a political life preserver. Her caucus threw her a brick. A 19th century parable attributed to Martin Niemoller still chills to the bone while offering a cautionary tale about