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Mar
27
2017

Welfare or Prosperity? Your Choice

27, Mar

By Katie Kieffer


Do you want to be wealthy? Do you also want to end poverty, hunger, and suffering among your neighbors? Abandon your mental roadblocks to wealth.

“I don’t want the help to stop,” 28-year-old single mother of four Tiffane Garza says as tears stream down her cheeks. She feels she would be lost without the $54 million in federal and local aid injected to her San Antonio East Side neighborhood over the past five years via an “anti-poverty” welfare program.

Data, however, paints a different picture: $54 million in government aid may actually have set the tiny, 3.5-square-mile neighborhood back. Continue reading

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Mar
20
2017

Quiet Voices Crushing “The Dictator’s Club”

20, Mar

By Katie Kieffer


“Quiet voices” that became an “earthquake” is how President Trump explains his populist win in America—and today similar voices in France threaten the world’s most potent globalist structure: the United Nations.

France is the world’s fifth most popular travel destination and sixth largest economy. Not too shabby for a country roughly the size of Texas. Despite these successes, the French people are growing increasingly unhappy with their political system. Continue reading

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Mar
13
2017

Illegal Immigrant Crime: The Real Story

13, Mar

By Katie Kieffer

Illegal immigration

Deal with it, Democrats: crime is committed by illegal immigrants far more often than legal immigrants.

Six days after President Trump was inaugurated as our 45th President, the typing wizards at the New York Times got a little desperate. We’re talking nail-biting; chain-smoking; shot-pounding nervous. Continue reading

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Mar
06
2017

Trump is Right on Sweden

06, Mar

By Katie Kieffer


Sweden is drafting women into the military and endorsing “sex breaks” but, President Trump is right: Sweden has an immigration crisis and it is too late for even extreme measures.

Political correctness is crippling. We must begin telling the truth about why Sweden is struggling to replace its population; to maintain its culture; to create jobs; and to decrease violence. Continue reading

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Feb
27
2017

DAPL Resistance: The Real Story

27, Feb

By Katie Kieffer


Be wary of those who only destroy. Smoldering embers of emotional environmental extremists can re-emerge as a wildfire.

The Trump administration last week extinguished Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) protesters when they proved only willing to torch and trash the earth; culture; children and animals they claimed to be defending. Continue reading

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Feb
20
2017

Help Betsy Help Students: Fight the NEA

20, Feb

By Katie Kieffer


Watch out—Betsy DeVos is President Trump’s right-hand woman on educational reform—and she’s ready to drain the teachers’ union swamp. Beginning with the biggest: the National Education Association (NEA).

“Shame! Shame! Shame!” protesters chanted as Education Secretary Betsy DeVos made her first public visit to a U.S. public school, Jefferson Middle School Academy, in the heart of the Washington, D.C. swamp. Continue reading

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Feb
13
2017

What Normal People Want

13, Feb

By Katie Kieffer

Millennials

Less than 1% of American adults identify as transgender and most Americans support President Trump’s recent immigration order—but you would think (from how much we publicly discuss refugees and sexual identity) that most Americans are LGBT open border activists.

Most Americans are very ordinary (a.k.a. sane) people who couldn’t care less whether Bruce Jenner adopted the name “Caitlyn” and identifies as transgender. The average American is also a generous and welcoming person who supports our country’s “melting pot” heritage. (There’s a reason why Budweiser’s 2017 Super Bowl “Born The Hard Way” commercial about its German founder’s immigration to the U.S. was a huge hit.) Continue reading

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Jan
30
2017

Super Bowl LI: Hillary Clinton Plots Revenge

30, Jan

By Katie Kieffer

Super Bowl Trophy

Beware: Hillary Clinton loves that you love football—and the fact that Super Bowl LI is on pace to be 2017’s biggest live TV event fits perfectly into her plot to exact revenge on President Trump.

Around 140 B.C., corrupt Roman politicians found a way to placate their impoverished citizens into surrendering their inalienable right to voting privileges and political representation—in exchange for discounted entertainment and food. As a result, the Roman poet Juvenal coined the famous term “bread and circuses.” Continue reading

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Jan
23
2017

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

23, Jan

By Katie Kieffer


Respect (just a little bit) is all I’m askin’ of my sisters marching in Washington D.C. and around the world—a little respect for our new President.

Aretha Franklin’s power ballad inspired me to call out the juvenile behavior I’m witnessing in hundreds of thousands of my fellow females who last Saturday participated in one of the largest single-day marches in American history: “Women’s March on Washington.” Continue reading

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Jan
16
2017

Obama’s Fake Legacy: Progress in the Black Community

16, Jan

By Katie Kieffer


“Snake-oil salesman” is the stinging label Princeton’s African-American studies chair, Eddie S. Glaude Jr.—who happens to be black—gives President Obama as he leaves the White House. Because Obama betrayed blacks.

Millions of white men and women voted for Barack Obama, a biracial president, in hopes that he would unite our country. Millions of black men and women voted for Obama hoping he would help them forsake disparate levels of poverty; teen pregnancy; single motherhood; absent fatherhood; and violent crime. Whites’ and blacks’ hopes were historic. Continue reading

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