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Traditional American Values

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US: Do Frequent News Stories About ‘Corruption’ Signal Rising Corruption? – by Alejandro Chafuen

US: Do Frequent News Stories About ‘Corruption’ Signal Rising Corruption? – by Alejandro Chafuen

US: Mark Levin’s Game Changer: Using The Constitution To Arrest Federal Drift – by Ralph Benko

US: Mark Levin’s Game Changer: Using The Constitution To Arrest Federal Drift – by Ralph Benko

US: Libertarians And Conservatives Must Find Common Ground – by Ralph Benko

US: Libertarians And Conservatives Must Find Common Ground – by Ralph Benko

US: Destroying The American Dream By Destroying The Rule Of Law – by Alejandro Chafuen

US: Destroying The American Dream By Destroying The Rule Of Law – by Alejandro Chafuen

Don’t Cry For Me, America: Comparing Argentina And The United States – by Alejandro Chafuen

Don’t Cry For Me, America: Comparing Argentina And The United States – by Alejandro Chafuen

US: 5 Ways To Invest In Venezuelan Freedom – by Alejandro Chafuen

A prosperous and free Venezuela, the land with more opportunity than any other of becoming the Canada of the south, would be very beneficial to the United States. Is there anything we can do to help them in this road? Perhaps. Here are five of my suggestions.

US: Think Tanks For Freedom: A Snapshot Of The American Market – by Alejandro Chafuen

At least by budget, the American free-market think tanks are not the “monsters” their enemies pretend them to be. Corporations contribute approximately 10 percent of the income of the institutes, being individuals the single largest source.

US: MoveOn.org’s Co-Founder Has The Tea Party’s Co-Founder Over For…Tea – by Ralph Benko

It was only a living room conversation. But: this living room conversation, earlier in the month, was between two clashing political titans: the co-founder of MoveOn.org, Joan Blades, and the co-founder of Tea Party Patriots, the largest and most authentic of the Tea Party groups, Mark Meckler. Neither represented their respective organizations; they were there in their personal capacities only. Tabula rasa, all to the good.

US: Our SimCity government – by Paul Driessen & David Legates

The United States cannot and must not operate under SimCity rules. It is the people – not the government – who innovate, improve the world, care most deeply about their fellow citizens. It is the people who create businesses and jobs, provide goods and services, and allow free, responsible, hard-working fellow citizens to achieve more than they ever could on their own. As President Obama suggested, government can and should help facilitate this. But too often it throws obstacles in the way, and functions as a not-so-benevolent SimCity dictator.

US: The War Against Men – Make it Stop! – by Carli Eli

It seems like the current sitcoms or the ones in the making want to parallel the views, values and behavior of our current society today. For the most part, men are confused on what to say, how to act, what to do in every day life because we as women have disempowered them and dismissed their function in society brought on by extreme feminist views.

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