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  • Republicans Must Not Save the Biden Administration from the Ashbin of History

    by Ken Blackwell

    August 9, 2021: Big Tech has become one of the major areas of concern for conservatives. Whether it's bias against conservatives, using their platforms to advance liberal policies, or turning a blind eye to the actions of hostile regimes like China, conservatives are united in their anger at these companies. That anger goes beyond conservatives as well.

  • Republicans Will Own Inflation from Infrastructure Trap

    by Ken Blackwell

    August 8, 2021: Seventeen Senate Republicans seem determined to save President Joe Biden from his disastrous policies by backing Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's (D-NY) infrastructure bill, reducing the GOP's ability to go after the inflation caused by Democrats' runaway spending when it hits everyday Americans' weekly budgets, as it is sure to do.

  • Back to School Is Different This Year

    by Joseph Backholm and Meg Kilgannon

    August 6, 2021: It's back to school season. Like every year, children are excited about new teachers, new experiences, new clothes, and maybe even some new friends. But for many families, back-to-school is not business as usual this year. In many cases, the temporary changes to education brought on by COVID-19 have become permanent.

  • Kim Jong Un's War On K-Pop Is A Sign Of North Korea's True Weakness

    by Arielle Del Turco

    August 5, 2021: North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is a constant fixture in world news. Yet, this summer he has been making the news for something unexpected - his crackdown on youth culture. Recent decades have seen elements of South Korean culture seeping through the Chinese border via the black market. And according to Kim Jong Un, South Korean slang and fashion borrowed from K-pop and K-dramas harm "the new generation's ideological mind-set." The regimes' reaction to harmless South Korean terms exposes a weakness that the free world should exploit.

  • Transgender weightlifters and twerking lesbians: 'Wokeification' of the Tokyo Olympics

    by Owen Strachan

    August 3, 2021: An international firestorm broke out last week surrounding Simone Biles. Biles landed in the news not for winning medals, per her custom, but for dropping out. Biles cited "mental health" as the reason for leaving her team in the middle of the women's gymnastics competition. All sorts of conversation ensued.

  • Women Should Not Be Drafted into Selective Service

    by Mary Beth Waddell

    July 30, 2021: Currently, all male U.S. citizens between the ages of 18 and 25 are required to register with the Selective Service System, a government agency that manages any potential military drafts. Women are exempt from registering with the Selective Service. However, in July 2021, the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) voted in favor of an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would require both men and women to register.

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