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Library Liberals tell Conservatives to leave Library Displays to the Pros

Jan 31, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley That would, of course, be them. And don’t forget that libraries should be considered as “safe spaces” for certain “under served communities—like LGBT. Essentially, conservatives were told …

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Demise of Chief Wahoo evidence of Cultural Divide

Jan 30, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Those who oppose Indian names and logos for sports teams have won a major victory. Chief Wahoo, the toothy logo of the Cleveland Indians will disappear from …

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‘Flaming Feminist Litigator’ Ginsburg to remain on Supreme Court

Jan 29, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

by Lynn Woolley At 84 years old, you’d think Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a Bill Clinton appointee, would be ready for a nice retirement. But not with Donald Trump in …

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Temple, TX Residents Take a Stand for Public Library Neutrality on LGBTQ

Jan 27, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Joe Goodson This past summer, our City Library here in Temple, Texas decided to put up a display in the children’s section celebrating, and encouraging our children to celebrate, …

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What’s the Purpose of Higher Education? College is About More Than Simply Getting a Job.

Jan 26, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

by Dr. James Thrasher I recently spoke with a college-bound student and his mother in my career services office. These types of meetings have significantly increased in the last few …

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The Declaration of Independence becoming a Declaration of Conformity

Jan 26, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

by Sid Fraiser The Declaration of Independence is approaching a major revision based on the actions and standards of the result of government encroaching on the very people it was …

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Judge Rosemarie Aquilina shows judicial bias in Nassar case

Jan 25, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Judges are supposed to preside over trials, keep the attorneys for both sides from abusing the law, and instruct the jury. The judge in the trial of …

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Ted Cruz should embrace the 2013 Government Shutdown and Own It

Jan 24, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Texas Senator Ted Cruz appears uncomfortable with the fact that he’s often blamed with being the driving force behind the 2013 government shutdown. In fact, Todd Gillman …

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‘Secret Society’ may spawn a Special Counsel on FBI Bias

Jan 23, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

by Lynn Woolley Remember how liberals went on TV night after night to demand a special counsel in the Russian collusion matter? They finally got their way when Robert Mueller …

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Illegal Immigrants hired in spite of the Law & E-Verify

Jan 22, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley When you drive by a construction site or stay in a big-city hotel, you pretty much know that a lot of the workers you see are not …

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