Williamson County House 61 Voters Almost Unanimously Support School Resource Officers in Every Tennessee School

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A new poll conducted among likely GOP voters in the Nashville suburbs of Brentwood and Franklin by Triton Polling shows that voter concerns about traffic congestion, illegal immigration and rising crime are at the top of the list. Recent school shootings have also resulted in over 90% of the Republican…

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California Can’t Make Pregnancy Centers Advertise Abortion, Supreme Court Rules

by Rachel del Guidice   The Supreme Court, in a 5-4 ruling Tuesday, struck down a California law mandating that pro-life pregnancy centers advertise where clients may get an abortion. The decision, supporters said, confirmed that government can’t compel citizens to promote messages they don’t agree with. “No one should be…

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The Flawed Red Hen Analogy Shows Liberals Still Don’t Understand Christian Baker Case

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by Monica Burke   After a Lexington, Virginia, restaurant, the Red Hen, refused service to White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Friday, commentators on the left immediately seized upon a false analogy. They likened that incident to the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, the case of the Christian baker in…

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Philadelphia Becoming Model City in Accommodating Islamists & Illegal Aliens

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Earlier this month thousands viewed Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney’s “happy dance” over solidifying the city’s status as a sanctuary protecting criminal illegal aliens. Two years ago, Kenney took the lead to help the Philly Eid Coalition achieve its goal of adding two Muslim holidays to the school district calendar relying…

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Richard Viguerie Commentary: How William F. Buckley Jr. Gave Birth to the Conservative Movement

William F. Buckley, Jr.

by Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman   One man – William F. Buckley Jr. – and his new magazine National Review were successful in creating a mass conservative movement in the years after 1955.  We learn the reasons for their success in this excerpt from Chapter 5 (“The Birth of a Movement”) of America’s Right…

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On the 10th Anniversary of the Heller Decision, Many States Refuse to Recognize the Second Amendment

By Natalia Castro   Ten years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that every American has a basic right to defend themselves. D.C. v. Heller affirmed the constitutional right granted in the Second Amendment to keep and bear arms not just for the purpose of creating a militia but also for basic protection for…

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