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Our Take: Google’s Anti-Trump Bias, in Their Own Words

It’s no secret that Big Tech hold overwhelmingly anti-Conservative, anti-Trump, and even anti-American biases within their hearts, and express these views in their business practices. From mass censoring and de-platforming to deliberately giving personal information to the media, the only...

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Our Take: Democrats in Oregon go full Fascist

For many, the Netflix series “House of Cards” was an entertaining – albeit dark, cynical, and ruthless – tale of corruption in American politics. In 2013, the very idea of a high-ranking American politician being able to literally get away with murder seemed more like...

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Our Take: AOC Hates America

Freshman New York representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez really is symbolic of many of the most disturbing traits of the modern Left: She unapologetically supports socialism, hates the founding principles of the United States, and relentlessly pushes identity politics for the purpose of further...

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Our Take: Four Years Ago, Donald Trump Changed the World

There are a select few dates in America’s past that mark a historic turning point, one in which the course of history would be changed forever. It’s safe to say that among the most recent examples is June 16, 2015. On that day, one of the most significant campaigns in modern history...

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Our Take: Sarah Huckabee Sanders Fought the Fake News Nobly

As White House Press Secretaries go, there is no doubt that Sarah Huckabee Sanders has established a name for herself as one of the greatest in recent memory. For over three years, with both the campaign and the Administration, Sanders had one of the toughest jobs imaginable in today’s...

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A Full Timeline of the Patriot Spring

Donald J. Trump’s historic presidency is part of an even larger, global movement that is seeking to change our world for the better. In a wave of elections, year after year since 2010, many nationalist and populist parties have scored historic victories, while establishment parties of both the...

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Our Take: Iran is Playing with Fire

There is no better textbook example of poking a sleeping bear than the ongoing actions of the rogue Iranian regime. It should come as no surprise that a theocratic dictatorship, hell-bent on destroying Israel and destabilizing the Middle East, is prone to repeated hostile actions. But the mullahs...

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Our Take: The Democrats Continue to Rush Further Left

With today’s Democratic party, it’s hard to determine what’s more pathetic about their ongoing presidential primary dynamic: That most of the 20+ candidates are rushing to copy the one-dimensional platform of a 29-year-old freshman member of Congress, or the fact that this drive...

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Our Take: Democrats try (and fail) to recreate Watergate

The implications of the Watergate scandal have since gone far beyond any potential for future abuse of government power. While it could be argued that increased media scrutiny and oversight of the executive branch has prevented repeats of Richard Nixon’s mistakes, the price to pay for this...

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