Ohio Tea Party Denounces Political Violence of All Kinds, Reminds Nation of Steve Scalise Shooting

The Ohio TEA Party organization and We the People Convention, released a statement Wednesday denouncing all forms of political violence. Tom Zawistowski, president of the group, expressed outrage at reports of suspected pipe bombs being sent to prominent Democrats, including billionaire George Soros, former President Barack Obama, 2016 presidential nominee Hillary Clinton…

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Gov. John Kasich Blames President Trump for Bomb-Scare Packages

MSNBC anchorman Brian Williams set the table Wednesday night for Ohio Gov. John Kasich to blame President Trump for the pipe bombs that have been delivered to numerous high-profile Democrats this week. “The tone of this country is something you have talked about often,” Williams said. “The obvious question is: Does…

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Commentary: Illegal Immigration Hurts Black Americans Most

Tennessee Star

by Spencer P. Morrison   In the 19th century, savvy American saloon-owners offered free lunches to attract noontime patrons. Inevitably, the diners would get thirsty and buy expensive drinks—thus was born the expression, “there’s no such thing as a free lunch.” Despite its humble origins, the phrase captures a deep…

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Muslim Woman Arrested in Ohio Allegedly Tried to Send Money to Al-Qaeda in Syria

A woman accused of attempting to provide material support to al-Qaeda was arrested Tuesday by federal agents in Sylvania, Ohio. Alaa Mohd Abusaad was charged by criminal complaint in Birmingham, Alabama, with attempting to provide material support and resources to al Qaeda, a designated foreign terrorist organization, and aiding and abetting…

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FedUp PAC Launches New Videos: Stop the Violent Democrat Mobs

FedUp PAC has launched a series of digital ads – including videos – that reminds voters to cast their ballots this November and to reject the violent, mob-like behavior by leftists, namely, Democrats. “Mob rule – by mobs of violent Leftists and mobs of violent aliens planning to storm our southern…

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Silicon Valley’s New ‘Woke’ Code of Conduct Offers an Unexpected Twist

by Nick Bieter   If you want to be successful as a computer programmer, one of the best ways to show off your skills to prospective employers is to contribute code to open source projects. These projects, such as Firefox or the Linux Operating System, are frequently controlled by the…

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President Trump’s Decision to Leave the INF Treaty with Russia Impacts the North Korea Denuclearization Process

by Robert Romano   “We’ll have to develop those weapons… We’re going to terminate the agreement and we’re going to pull out.” That was President Donald Trump on Oct. 21 pledging to remove the U.S. from the 1987 Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, which banned all nuclear weapons with ranges…

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Analysis: Quantifying the Progressive Extremism That Has Overrun the Democrat Party

by Ken Masugi   A shrewd observer of American politics, Thomas Edsall sums up the evidence that the Democratic Party has rapidly become a far more left-wing party than it ever has been. In the last 18 years, the percentage of white Democrats identifying themselves as liberal doubled, from 28…

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Josh Hawley Finally Busts Out of the Margin of Error in Missouri Senate Race

by Molly Prince   Republican Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley took a commanding lead over Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill as a new poll showed the race is finally outside of the margin of error. Hawley is ahead of the Democratic incumbent by 7 points, according to an internal poll from the…

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‘Sons in The Shadow:’ A Book Review of a Great American Story of Family Business

by Carter Dewitt   Roy H. Park Jr.’s compelling book into his life, his relationship with his entrepreneur father and the process by which the family business was built, is an insightful study into individual and family values. His book, “Sons in the Shadow: Surviving the Family Business as an Sob…

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