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Author: Tom Stark

Accusations of Sex Assault in 2018: Guilty Until Proven Innocent?

Before and since the public hearings over the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, much has been in the news about the #metoo movement and the recent efforts by the Department of Education to overhaul...

Higher Pay for Congressional Staff? Not Without Other Changes!

Nate Madden, of Conservative Review, provided a proposal recenty that he touts to reduce the brain drain that currently plagues Congressional staff…low pay and the attraction of K Street lobbying...

Prager University: The American Trinity

Dennis Prager provides a simple and extremely clear presentative of who America is different from any other nation in the world. The three key values that have dictated our ability and...

Prager University: A Nation of Immigrants?

Michelle Malkin offers a more accurate take on the immigration situation that counters the tearful lamentations of Chuck Shumer and other leftists when it comes to the “plight” of the immigrant...

Prager University: Who Are the Most Powerful People in America?

Phillip Hamburger provides a clear and concise look at the problem of the Congress’ practice of creating sweeping legislation without filling in all the blanks. That job has, since the Presidency...

Double Jeopardy: A fundamental Right Being Challenged?

For at least the past 60 years the principle of double jeopardy has been controlled by Supreme Court precedent whereby criminal or civil charges brought by a state can still be charged again at...

Two Different Views of Insanity: One Rational, One Not To Much (But Becoming Mainstream)

Recently I came across two articles concerning the same general subject of transgenderism and the differences between boys and girls. The first was a truly sensible and factual article by Ben...

The Chief Justice Has It Wrong…Again!

Last week, an Obama-appointed judge on the notoriously biased Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a non-sensical ruling that flies in the face of existing laws. He ruled that the President’s...

(As Usual) Democrats Cry RACISM in Mississippi Run-Offs

As I write this, the run-off election between Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith and Mike Espy in Mississippi is coming down to the wire as polls start closing in a few minutes. The race appeared to be a...

Diversity: Dividing to Conquer?

In recent months, Harvard University has been showing up in the news as the civil case filed against it by a group of rejected students of Asian ancestry claiming discrimination in admissions...

Don’t Apologize…Assimilate or Go Home

A post of an article from a site called #muslimgirl caught my eye this evening. It was, for the most part a lament from a young Muslim woman who complained in rambling prose about the levels of...

Climate Nuts and Other New Delicacies

The ink is not even dry yet on the last Democrat-provided ballot yet and some of the counting of votes continue monotonously in South Florida, Georgia, Arizona, and who knows where else they will...

Veterans’ Day in the 2nd Grade

Last June 21 marked 50 years since the day I landed in Ubon, Thailand and began my 12 months helping to fight the war in Vietnam. A visit to Saigon began just about 50 years ago today when I was...

Prager University: Build the Wall

Let me preface this one with the statement that I believe Prager University to be a fabulous method for spreading knowledge among the masses and those who do not take a lot of time to digest all...

Prager University: What’s Wrong with Government Healthcare?

Bernie Sanders, Ocasio-what’s-her-name, Mayor Gillum (in FL) all seem to think that government-run healthcare (so-called, single-payer) is simply the best idea since homemade syrup. Well, very...

Civics, Youth Engagement, and School Discipline

When I opened my computer I found myself looking at an article from CBS This Morning about a “conversation” with Sonia Sotomayor and Neil Gorsuch on the teaching of civics (or the lack thereof)...

Morale at the Department of Education

The U.S. Department of Education has been active in the news since President Trump’s administration assumed the reigns in 2017. Since that time, the department has taken steps to loosen the...

Just How Safe are Our Elections?

I received an email this week from AARP. Now I am not a fan of their politics, but that’s not what I am writing about today. The information provided in the email included a list of the...