More America and Less Washington: Failing the Moral Test We all heard the promises that resonated the airwaves back in 2010. “You can keep your doctor.” “Your premium will go down an average of $2,500 per family.” And because my family consisted of six children, we could have easily been duped to think our savings […]

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Principled Compromise or Compromising Principles It sounds so nice and lofty to be all about compromising to “get things done” in Richmond or Washington. Republicans are constantly asked if they will compromises on issues. Being a great compromiser seems to be the key characteristic the Media and Democrats want a Republican to have. In my […]

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Reclaim American Fatherhood: Part 3 Outsourcing Fatherhood The Twentieth Century witnessed the outsourcing of fatherhood. In the 1930’s, with Roosevelt’s New Deal, the father’s role as provider was seriously questioned for the first time. But it would not to be the last time. Throw in several decades of welfare programs discouraging the involvement of the […]

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