Liberals Ignore The Underlying Problem In Middle East.

BY: Senator Chris McDaniel We have known the truth for eight years — Barack Obama is no friend of Israel. In an attempt to gain traction in the never-ending struggle for Mideast peace, the administration, in its waning days, planted its flag squarely behind the Palestinian effort to supplant the nation of Israel. History, though, […]

How And When The Repeal Of #Obamacare Is Likely To Go Down

Policy Analysts Watching Republicans Actions Closely, Staffers Assure Commitment To Repeal Is Ironclad. BY: Keith Plunkett | UC Staff Ramesh Ponnoru with AEI summed up in a December 16 article how Republicans would most likely attempt a quick repeal of Obamacare, while being careful to leave certain regulations in place for incoming Health and Human […]

The Things Essential To Human Freedom Still Live Within The American People

The biggest loser in 2016 was Washington, D.C. It is a town built on assumptions and norms that have now been utterly rejected by the people. They have no use for it in its current status, with Republican and Democratic parties that have more in common than not. The American people, even many on the […]

Americans Should Never Forget Our Heritage

BY: Senator Chris McDaniel Liberty. Thomas Jefferson, a man whose personal motto was “Rebellion to tyranny is obedience to God,” defined it as well as anyone ever has 240 years ago in the Declaration of Independence. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their […]

When Government Begins Negotiating Directly With Private Businesses And Offering Special Incentives, That’s Spelled C-R-O-N-Y-I-S-M.

No. No. No. Government doesn’t create jobs. Government doesn’t create jobs. Government doesn’t create jobs. Why do Americans fall for this? And Republican’s are the worst! A Politico poll out on Monday shows a 58 percent majority of voters “describe keeping manufacturing jobs in the country as a ‘top priority’ for Trump and the 115th […]

Charlie Mitchell Knows Nothing About Presidential Race, Less About McDaniel-Cochran Battle In 2014.

Mississippi 2014 was not the result of an anti-incumbent backlash; it was the beginning and the turning point that fueled the Trump Train and the Cruz Crew in 2016. But the political expert Mitchell tells us not to worry, because “looking at the math, it appears that Trump will go the way of McDaniel.” He […]

Legislators Should Act if Universities Continue Hostility Towards Free Expression.

Our colleges and universities are meant to be open to the free exchange of ideas, a place where our opinions and beliefs can be challenged but in an atmosphere of mutual respect, not a fascistic bastion that disallows honest debate. A marketplace of ideas must not include so-called safe spaces. But how can we stop […]

MCDANIEL: Is This How Self-Government Ends?

BY: Senator Chris McDaniel/ Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton were both active in the Revolutionary effort and the founding of the United States. Later they served under President George Washington, with Jefferson becoming the first Secretary of State and Hamilton the first Secretary of the Treasury. But from the republic’s inception, the two harbored opposing […]

GOTTFRIED: Who Still Speaks for Conservatism?

By: Paul Gottfried Why for example is nation-building abroad, which involves imposing the latest model of American democracy on populations that are culturally quite different from the present American ruling class, a “conservative” position? And why is letting American working communities languish while our jobs are outsourced a “conservative” policy? The obvious answer is such […]

Senator McDaniel Pens Op-Ed Calling for New Approach to Address Poverty

Senator Chris McDaniel writes in a commentary on August 30: By forcibly divesting taxpayers of the means to provide for their own needs and confiscating substantial income from society’s economically productive segments, government action hinders the creation of more opportunity for those who seek to benefit from its benevolence. The government has no capital of […]