Columns/Opinions

Wed
29
Jan

Trump touts USA success at Forum

Trump touts USA success at Forum

President Trump sung the praises of the U.S. economy at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last week, telling the global business community that the changes in America’s economy under his administration have been “nothing short of spectacular.”

He told the crowd that when he last spoke at the WEF early into his presidency that his administration was undertaking the “great American comeback.”

“Today I’m proud to declare the United States is in the midst of an economic boom, the likes of which the world has never seen before,” he said in his address. “We’ve regained our stride, rediscovered our spirit, and reawakened the powerful machinery of American Enterprise.”

 

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Wed
22
Jan

Wayne Allyn Root: How to make America even greater

We’re still just days into 2020. Now is the perfect time for President Donald Trump to drive the Democrats (aka radical socialists) crazy with rage by announcing these executive orders.

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Wed
22
Jan

Terry Paulson: The roaring twenties already roaring

Terry Paulson: The roaring twenties already roaring

It’s a new year, but I fear there is no fresh beginning on the horizon. In my memory, I cannot think of a more divided time in America. Founded on a belief in freedom and the rights given by God to all, our Founding Fathers created a republic that protected citizens from government overreach and freed them to turn their dreams into reality. They had confidence in their citizens and the power of community to ensure the future of the republic.

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Wed
15
Jan

Media yawn at the war on Christians

Brent Bozell and Tim Graham:

The secular media greet Christmas as a shopping season and not as a special time for Christianity. They can devote hours of December “news” to which hot toys or gadgets would make great gifts but not to segments on Christ and His birth.

The same applies to the persecution of Christians. The apathy shown by the pro-”human rights” media here is appalling. They can pile on the “news” stories about children getting separated from their parents at the border as being un-Christian ... but not Christians being butchered. In some corners of the world, they are out to destroy Christianity itself.

 

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Wed
15
Jan

My dad instilled politics into me

Almost four score years ago, a mother delivered a baby that God had created in her womb, in a sharecropper’s cabin near Jigger in Franklin Parish. Early that morning, the baby’s father had sent for a doctor in Winnsboro to come to the house as his wife was in labor.

Around 8 a.m., the young man could not wait to make his grand appearance into this world, and the father delivered the baby, cleaned him and the mother up, and was sitting on the porch enjoying a cup of coffee about 10 a.m. when the good doctor from Winnsboro showed up.

The doctor asked the father, “Is this the house where the baby is waiting to be born?”

 

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Wed
08
Jan

Grade schools: New leftist frontlines

Marina Medvin:

For decades we have said that there is a liberal slant in education, a leftist bias. But the concept of tacit liberal influence is in the distant past. Today, liberalism is at the forefront. Liberalism is the curriculum.

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Wed
08
Jan

Good guy stops bad guy w/gun

Good guy stops bad guy w/gun

A good guy with a gun stopped a bad guy with a gun in a Texas church, and the anti-gun left just can’t deal with it!

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Wed
01
Jan

Language is wildly important

Derek Hunter:

Language is wildly important. That words have meanings, and those meanings are understood by everyone, are the key to communication. That’s why it’s becoming increasingly difficult to communicate with progressive leftists – they will not be bound by those definitions, they change them whenever it suits their needs. It’s to the point that it’s not even worth trying.

On Wednesday, Nancy Pelosi announced her call for articles of impeachment against President Trump, and what the Speaker of the House wants, the Speaker of the House gets (in the House). The only thing missing from her announcement was any charge she believes the President is guilty of, aside from being Donald Trump.

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Wed
01
Jan

Embarking on a brand New Year

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On Wednesday of this week, Jan. 1, we embarked on a brand new year. With all the problems on the national front in Washington, D.C., especially concerning the impeachment saga, we can look proudly on the improvement of our economy, especially during the past three years.

With all the questions about the New Year, we only have one assurance and that is God is in charge and whatever happens, He will remain in charge and see us through it.

I don’t know about you, but I will be glad to get back to a normal work week. All these extended days of vacation are nice for rest and relaxation, but it is murder on trying to get news and photographs ready for the next edition of your parish newspaper.

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Wed
25
Dec

Rules for enjoying your senior years

Rules for enjoying your senior years

In a few days, we will all begin a brand new year. I gave up on New Year resolutions a long time ago. But I ran across some good rules for living very good senior years the other days. I wanted to share them with my readers.

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