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Posts tagged conservative

“I was absolutely disgusted.” Exclusive interview with the student who discovered the blocked websites

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This week, it was revealed that Nonnewaug High School in Connecticut had access to conservative and religious websites blocked for students conducting academic research. Today, Andrew Lampart, the whistleblowing student, is continuing to speak out. In an exclusive interview with 54° 40′ Or Fight!, Lampart shared what a whirlwind this has caused over the past […]

Connecticut High School Blocks Student Access To Conservative Web Sites

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A Connecticut High School has reportedly blocked students from accessing conservative web sites, which have been deemed hate speech by the powers that be. A brave student whistleblower at Nonnewaug High is now speaking out. According to local news reports, a student at Nonnewaug High School was preparing for a class sponsored debate on gun […]

Liberal Tolerance On Display – Gracious In Victory, As Always

You may recall the Oregon businessman who took offense to Obama’s “You didn’t build that” quote and put a large sign in his shop window stating, “Hey Obama, I built my business by myself, you lousy incompetent excuse for a President.” Provocative, to be sure. But understandable, given this President’s insistence on continuing the politics […]

New at PragerU: Hiroshima – Why America Dropped The Bomb

New at PragerU: Hiroshima – Why America Dropped The Bomb

Dennis Prager has always been one of the best-spoken common sense conservative voices in America, with an admirably accessible way of explaining things. Now, he’s launched a new online effort called Prager University. The latest installment: In August 1945 America dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end WWII. […]

SWATting Against Conservative Bloggers Continues Unabated

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The harassment of conservative bloggers has been in the news quite a bit lately, and for good reason. The story has been covered at FreedomWorks previously, and in the month since, the situation has gotten worse. The term SWATting refers to a practice favored by gang members and other criminals whereby a phone call is […]

Podcast: I Spy Minute – Looks Like it’s Romney

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Well, it looks like it’s Romney. Four years ago, he was the conservative alternative to John McCain, but a lot’s changed since then. But here’s why he’s still way better than Obama. I Spy Minute, Wed April 11 2012 Like this:Like Loading…

Upon Further Review, The Leftie Media Gets It Right – If For The Wrong Reason

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Today on Yahoo! news, there was an article that had all the makings of your typical screed demonizing Conservatives as anti-science flat earthers: Study: Trust in science among educated conservatives plunges But a funny thing happened on the way to characterizing Conservatives as backwards nincompoops. Now don’t get me wrong, the author wasn’t trying to […]

Conservatives Mourn The Loss Of Patriot Journalist Andrew Breitbart

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This is a sad day for the conservative movement, and for the citizen journalist community especially.  Andrew Breitbart was our hero. I can hardly believe it. My husband came in this morning and told me while I was half asleep that Andrew Breitbart had passed.  I went cold at the news and my first thought was, […]

I’ve arrived at CPAC. Here’s how bloggers are being treated so far.

I’ve arrived at CPAC. Here’s how bloggers are being treated so far.

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  • Gov. Inslee and Gov. Raimondo write op-ed supporting Dreamers October 20, 2017
    Governor Jay Inslee and Governor Gina Raimondo of Rhode Island wrote an op-ed featured in Newsweek yesterday. The op-ed praises the contributions Dreamers make to the United States and was a call to action for Congress to play their part in protecting these individuals. Governors Inslee and Raimondo begin the op-ed by focusing on the responsibility […]
  • Washington Healthplanfinder Adds More In-Person Assistance Sites for 2018 Open Enrollment October 19, 2017
    Six full-service enrollment centers, seven broker affiliate sites to offer help to Washingtonians signing up for coverage  OLYMPIA, Wash. — The Washington Health Benefit Exchange today announced that 13 statewide locations will offer in-person assistance to Washington Healthplanfinder customers during the upcoming open enrollment period taking place Nov. 1, 2017-Jan. 15, 2018. These customer support […]
  • Morning Wire: McLeary, Amazon, Sound Transit October 18, 2017
    Good morning. We have some big ticket items on our radar screen: ballots, Amazon, and the Supreme Court. We detail all of those for you in this edition of the Morning Wire.  Of course, our 2017 Re-Wire Policy Conference is also on the horizon. We’re recruiting speakers and sponsors now, so if you want to […]
  • Transit Today: Marketing Over Mobility October 20, 2017
    Denver’s Regional Transit District (RTD) won an award for its airport rail line. But the award was not for the line itself, which continues to suffer from technical failures more than a year after it opened, but for the agency’s marketing campaign for the train. This is a sad commentary on the state of the […]
  • 2nd Quarter Home Price Indices October 19, 2017
    Someone just paid $1.1 million for a tear-down/fixer-upper in Mountain View, California. That’s not really news, as prices in Silicon Valley have been increasingly outrageous. What’s news is that they bought the house with the provisos that the existing owner will get to live there for seven years; the buyer didn’t get to see the […]
  • Taxing and Regulating the Competition October 18, 2017
    Here’s a difference between government-run businesses and private businesses: when private businesses face competition, they are forced to innovate to survive. When government-run businesses face competition, they can regulate or tax their competitors out of business. Blackberry was once the dominant smart phone. Then came the iPhone, which reduced Blackberry subscribers from 85 million to […]