Author: Tom Stark

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Prager University: “All I Want to Do Is Make Cookies”

Dennis Prager’s genius system of making complex problems simple to understand just produced one of the most effective efforts when discussing small business’ regulatory burdens. You know...
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If We Do Not Work for Freedom, Do We Deserve It?

The founding fathers’ fear of government tyranny was strong, and now it appears to have been proven to be with good reason.  I believe that where this country went wrong was when we started...
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Someone Please Show Me a Law That Has Reduced Gun Violence!

Back in 1963, John F. Kennedy’s assassination set off the first major wave in demands for gun control legislation since the depression-era National Firearms Act of 1934 that was a reaction to the...
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Slavery, Municipal Bonds, and Healthcare: HOW Are These Related?

The saga of the 1619 Project continues to amaze with its convoluted attempts to equate everything about America with slavery… Essay #7 – Municipal Bonds – by Tiya Miles (page 40) As the...
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The People That Inspired Us in Life

Michael Ingmire’s tribute to his brother was a poignant expression of love and compassion for a family member dealing with life-long issues that afflict way too many in this world. While I cannot...
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Ten Years Later: What the Tea Party Got Wrong

On their 10th Anniversary, Tom Stark suggests where the Tea Party went right--and wrong.
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The Alyssa Milano vs Sen. Ted Cruz Gun “Debate”? BIG Disappointment

After listening to the video of the above “debate” (more of a discussion than a debate) I was struck by several specifics, but overall it was a disappointment. Actress Alyssa Milano brought a...
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Civics Education: The Latest in Leftist Propaganda

A recent article posted in EdWeek.org brings to light some glaring problems with the definition of “civics” in today’s education system. The article, entitled, What Students...
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Pres. Lincoln and Banking: Breaking Down The 1619 Project Part 5 of 6

(From Editor: What follows is a continuation of contributor Tom Stark’s research into The 1619 Project, aka revisionist American history being strongly pushed by the New York Times. Here...
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The 1619 Project – Reading Guide, Part 3/4 – Analysis

Essay #3 – “Capitalism” by Matthew Desmond (pages 30–40) “In the United States, the richest 1 percent of Americans own 40 percent of the country’s wealth, while a larger share of working-age...
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The SCOTUS Is Not Broken (Although Some Justices Possibly Are)

I ran across a Group called “Fix the Court” last week and was amazed at all the false information being tossed around about what is wrong with the Supreme Court of the United States. In reality,...
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The Anti-2nd Amendment Gang is At It Again

The March for Our Lives, likely supported by Every Town for Gun Control, has come up with a doozy!  One of these misguided children referred to it as the “Green New Deal, but for guns.” Among the...
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The 1619 Project – Reading Guide, Part 1/2 – Analysis

The 1619 Project (which I wrote about in my previous article here) includes 18 essays by prominent black writers that claimed to demonstrate that effectively the entire American story is 1) based...
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Reframing U.S. History With Full-On Indoctrination

Madeline Will is writing a new Teaching Now blog for Edweek Teacher, described with much enthusiasm as the “1619 Project”. It is a creation of the New York Times Magazine – which proffers that...
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It’s Not Just Gun Rights That Are at Risk!

The Kiarre Harris case in Erie County, Pennsylvania, as reported by Fee.org, is a classic example of how government schools can make someone’s life a living hell without half trying. It’s bad...
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The Dangerously Slippery Slope of Red Flag Laws

In the current cycle of news and sensationalism surrounding the recent mass shootings, we are hearing a continual litany of calls for the passage of federal “Extreme Risk Protective Order”...
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Racist Robots? Seriously?

A recent article reports on a “study” that claims to show that there is inherent bias or racist in the fact that a large majority of the robots produced that appear human-like in appearance are...
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Freedom Will Not Survive Compromise of Principles

One of my more progressive acquaintances posted a link to an article in the Village Voice (not exactly an objective source of “moderate” politics) that responded to a rant describing the battle...