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Commentary: Oklahoma Senate Addresses Big Tech Censorship

The Oklahoma Senate is considering Senate Bill 383, an Act Relating to the Censorship of Social Media. This legislation would provide Oklahomans a private...
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Who Owns Your Face?

After listening to Dr. Anthony Fauci suggest last weekend that we should expect to be wearing two masks on our faces everywhere we go...

Reparations Don’t Buy Justice, Dignity or Freedom

The issue of reparations to Black Americans as payment for damage done as a result of years of legal slavery and subsequent discrimination is...

Dear Woke Asians: Stop Blaming Whitey

Pssst. Can I have your attention, please? I'm going to share a little secret that liberal "people of color" and their public relations agents...

The Authoritarian Left Is on the March

"The authoritarian left has broadened out the meaning of incitement to include any verbiage that elicits strong emotions..." This week, Democratic Reps. Anna Eshoo, D-Calif.,...
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Republicans Must Unify Against the Left

"Republicans must unify to continue working to restore American greatness and keep focus on the real enemy..." Former President Donald Trump captured the core of...

Save the Rhino!

Today's environmental activists are so hostile to capitalism that they end up killing animals they want to protect. Like the African rhinoceros. Poachers kill them to...

These Girls Are Hurt by Transgender Competition

"It is because of the advantages of those biological differences that these girls are losing their ability to compete fairly. That is what this...
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Trump, Impeachment and the Constitution

The Constitution is the supreme law of the land, thus, all government behavior must conform to it. It is, of course, notwithstanding its supremacy,...
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I love my digital devices, but people keep telling me to worry more about my privacy. "Encrypt your emails!" "Drop Google and use search engines...

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Study Shows Potential Economic Pain in Alaska If Fracking Is Banned on Federal Lands

A new study from the School of Energy Resources at the University of Wyoming shows a ban on hydraulic fracturing on federal lands would lead to “significant fiscal and economic losses” in in Alaska through 2040, resulting in $5.3 billion in lost tax revenue and $101 billion in lost income.

Climate Change Alarmism Takes Another Big Hit

By Stephen Moore Throughout the midsection of the United States in February, record frigid temperatures were inconvenient for those politicians who call global warming an...
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Opposition Is Rising to Teacher Union-Mandated Shutdowns

Refusing to accept responsibility for Covid-related lockdowns, the American Federation of Teachers tars Republicans. In a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed, former New Jersey governor...