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Perspective: Trump getting it right with tax reform

As Congress begins to debate tax reform, I am thankful for President Donald Trump’s attitude and desire to deliver tax reform for hardworking middle-class Americans. It was not long ago that President Barack Obama’s economic policies resulted in sluggish economic growth, fewer jobs, and higher rates of unemployment. The tax and regulatory policies of his […]

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Perspective: Questions to consider regarding kneeling

A group of protesters carrying swastikas, shields, and guns chanting “Jews Will Not Replace Us” practiced their freedom of speech unencumbered by the Federal Government. Another group of protesters kneeling peacefully during the National anthem practiced their freedom of speech with calls from the President demanding the NFL fire players. While protests spread across the […]

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Perspective: Confederate flag more disrespectful than kneeling

I’ve heard much talk lately about respect for our national anthem and the American flag. If we genuinely care about respect for the American flag, shouldn’t we try to convince our fellow citizens to stop flying the Confederate flag? Thankfully, the men who fought for the Confederate flag were losers, and they remain losers. They lost the […]

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Perspective: Punching Nazis won’t work

The “punch a Nazi” movement has grown in momentum over the last few months, with the so-called anti-fascists (Antifa) leading the charge. This momentum culminated in the punching and subsequent knock-out of a self-prescribed Nazi in Seattle last week. On Youtube, a video of the incident has earned 300k views. With an overwhelmingly positive reception, […]

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Perspective: Elected should check the President’s power

Last week, Senator John McCain issued a call to action to his colleagues in Congress who go back to work today. In an op-ed for The Washington Post, McCain urged Republicans and Democrats to find real and lasting solutions to the nation’s problems through compromise, pragmatic problem-solving, and respectful dialogue. McCain acknowledged the difficulty of […]

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Letter: Protect net neutrality

The FCC’s proposal to allow internet service providers, like heavy-hitters AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast, the power to cripple internet traffic will become a nightmare for content providers, emerging platforms, and contrary opinions. We can all easily recall disputes with cable providers that resulted in blacked out channels. The FCC’s plan from Chairman Ajit Pai will […]

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