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Intolerance And Indiana

Intolerance And Indiana

By Gregory J. Welborn Reports from the Mideast about “a deal” with Iran are grabbing all the headlines, capsule but arguably an equally important battle is being waged here on the domestic front. This is a battle between those who claim to be tolerant and those who are portrayed as monolithically and backwardly intolerant. I […]

Tell Me (No!) Lies

Tell Me (No!) Lies

By Phil Erwin In a recent article, Gregory Welborn makes an oblique reference to the public perception of politicians as a pack of pathological liars. He was nicer than that, but let’s face it: That’s what we all really think. And that’s what we all know. What Mr. Welborn suggests is that we have grown […]

Where Do We Go From Here–After the Midterm?

Where Do We Go From Here–After the Midterm?

What the Republicans accomplished in the 2014 midterm elections is truly of historic proportions. When one looks at the gains in the Senate, in the House, in governorships and in state legislatures, it is not only a wave election, but a clear and resounding a repudiation of a set of policies as we have ever […]

The Left Honors Nothing

The Left Honors Nothing

By Gregory Welborn   Last week we were treated to stories about political correctness in our universities, but this week a little middle school has upped the ante. That’s right; the Cole Middle School of Providence Rhode Island has shown its betters about how to really implement Liberal philosophy.  The school cancelled “Honor’s Night” because, […]

What Liberals Can Learn From Liberals

What Liberals Can Learn From Liberals

By Gregory Welborn

Why They Can’t Get Jobs

Why They Can’t Get Jobs

Gregory J. Welborn This has been a week rich with events worthy of commentary.  Many of them are sad beyond comprehension and as of this writing just too close to warrant political commentary.  I refer, of course, to the second attack on Fort Hood, so let me simply offer my prayers for recovery for those […]