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Obama’s swing and a miss

Bret Belden March 24, 2016

President Obama was the first sitting American President to visit the Island of Cuba since Calvin Coolidge in 1928. It really goes without saying that this is not because of some odd coincidence that past...

Exploring why the President’s current plan to take in 10,000 refugees is misguided

December 8, 2015

By Peter Hinman Just a couple months ago, President Obama unilaterally declared the United States would accept 10,000 Syrian refugees. The decision has had push back from both the Democrats and the Republicans....

Paul Ryan set to assume role as Speaker of the House

October 29, 2015

Paul Ryan (R-WI) is almost certainly going to be voted in as the new speaker of the house by his Republican colleagues Thursday. This comes as a result of John Boehner’s (R-OH) September announcement...

Democrats disappoint in first debate

October 29, 2015

The five democratic candidates for President of the United States of America took the stage for the first time last Tuesday. But, really there are only two horses in the race for the democratic nomination:...

From the Right: States know best when it comes to creating policy

October 12, 2015

In a time where we see an ever-expanding and overbearing federal government, citizens and states are now saying enough is enough, and rightly so. Governors and Statehouses across the country are now fighting...

From the Right: Pope Francis stresses importance of religious liberties

October 5, 2015

Pope Francis made his first ever visit to the United States last week, marking the first visit for any Pope to the United States since Pope Benedict in April 2008. Pope Francis completed a three-city,...

From the Right: Exploring the GOP field

September 24, 2015

About four months and two debates into their campaigns, the large and impressive GOP field is finally starting to sort itself out.  We have already seen some rise quickly and others lose sight of their...

From the Right: Iran Deal Lacks Common Sense

September 14, 2015

Senate Democrats reached their magic number of votes to filibuster bringing up any vote on Obama’s Iran Deal. Although, it is not clear that all 41 democrats will stick together to filibuster the vote,...

Food for thought

April 30, 2015

By Alex Fries If you in some way, shape, or form have paid attention to the news in the past you will have heard almost every single candidate or possible candidate for President say that they have bold...

From the Right: A critique of the IRS

Bret Belden April 23, 2015

By Alex Fries Chances are you, just like many other Americans, will cringe when I mention the Internal Revenue Service or IRS for short. While in the past the agency has come under fire for the targeting...

Fries: New Hampshire’s choice

Bret Belden April 9, 2015

From the Right By Alex Fries We often face a variety of different choices on a daily basis. Most of these choices seem relatively simple. Often times, we find ourselves being somewhat indecisive at first....

Fries: Why Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl must be charged

Bret Belden March 26, 2015

From the Right By Alex Fries On May 31 of last year, Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was handed over to U.S. Special Forces in Afghanistan in a prisoner swap that included five Taliban commanders previously held...

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