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Five Things You Should Know About The Obamas’ Portraitists

Back in college, I took an Art History course that I largely enjoyed…except for the mandatory field trip to the area modern art museum. It’s just not my cup of tea; I’ll take Monet over Warhol any day&

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Quick Observation on the Government Shutdown Vote -- Update

Updating my article from Monday on the "government shutdown" vote. Original article below.  As everyone now knows many of the Senate Democrats and a couple of Republicans have now reversed their previou

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Where free speech should be promoted, free speech is under attack

Free speech is under attack at college campuses across the country.  The problem is not limited to a few colleges barring radical speakers to avoid a riot.  Universities large and small, public and private, are

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Quick Observation on the Government Shutdown Vote

As of Sunday evening, the federal government has officially been "shutdown," due to Congress's inability to pass any type of budget or spending resolution. Translation: this means that approximately 20

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Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake blasts Trump for attacks on press in fiery Senate floor speech

Outgoing Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake launched a fiery attack on President Trump Wednesday over Trump’s criticisms of the media -- painting the president as a despot who spouts “pernicious fantasies&rdq

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Al Sharpton is NO Martin Luther King Jr.

Greetings from California. It has been a while since I posted here because I have been busy. My two boys go to school online. Last week was finals week for their first semester. I had to really help them because they wer