With the American economy being in a state of stagnation, it’s no wonder that Republican presidential candidates are eyeing tax reforms that they hope will jumpstart economic growth and job creation. The US tax code is a monstrosity at 74,608 pages long. The current system is separated into six brackets, ranging from 10 to 39.6 percent, with countless regulations, deductions, exemptions, and loopholes. The federal … Continue reading Comparing Republican Tax Reform Plans
Numerous Washington State University professors have instituted policies in their classes which violate a student’s free speech rights. These policies are intimidating students to adopt certain language patterns and threatening the student’s grade if the fail to follow such patterns, thus these policies are in violation of the student’s First Amendment rights. These professors are targeting words such as “male,” “female” and “illegal alien.” From Campus Reform: … Continue reading WSU Professors Threaten Student Free Speech
Yesterday, Hillary Clinton compared pro-life Americans to terrorists. Terrorists, as in chop-off-your-head-because-you’re- an-infidel terrorists. I don’t know about you, but I don’t consider terrorism to be that of saving the lives of unborn babies and advocating for the transfer of funds from one atrociously sketchy organization to tons of women health organizations across America. We pro-life people actually like women. In fact, we’re a fan of … Continue reading Hillary Just Called Half of America Terrorists, and It’s Not the Tipping Point
“How strangely will the Tools of a Tyrant pervert the plain Meaning of Words!” -Samuel Adams When it comes to big government, progressive Statism, words are merely a nuisance that obstruct the growth of government power. When those words have meanings that seek to limit the scheming of Statists abroad, how often do we see them ignore the planing meaning of those words? The Constitution is … Continue reading A Clearer Bill of Rights- Amendment III
Following the announcement that two women will graduate for the first time from the Army’s well-known Ranger School, the Navy Seals will open recruitment for women. I’m sure all the feminists are ecstatic to have achieved this measure of “gender equality,” but this raises some important questions. Is it in our best interest to allow women in combat? Are we safer with men only in combat? Should … Continue reading Should Women Be Allowed In Combat?