True Freedom Lives in the States

For the past couple of weeks I have had the pleasure of witnessing local government in action. I write for the McCormick Messenger now, and get to cover County Council meetings and have been interviewing local candidates. From seeing how a county like McCormick operates, flawed though it may be at times, I have witness […]

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Preserve our Union

“Every man who loves peace, every man who loves his country, every man who loves liberty ought to have it ever before his eyes that he may cherish in his heart a due attachment to the Union of America and be able to set a due value on the means of preserving it.” – James […]

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The Bathroom Attack

  We have all seen public bathrooms. There are, typically, two doors: one showing an outline of a man, the other of a woman. Common sense tells us that based off of your anatomy you either go to the door to the left or the right. But, in an absurd fashion, there is a movement […]

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The Age of Insecurity

We are currently faced with a pandemic. What I mean by “the age of insecurity” is not a midlife crisis or teenagers. It is the fact that many if not most Americans feel unsafe, threatened, or in danger in one way or the other. Whether it is from insecure borders, terrorists, the idea of being […]

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The Lie of Entitlement

A growing feeling in the United States today is that of entitlement. Many people, and some not just liberal minded, say phrases like “This offends me” or “You can’t say that, its not politically correct”. I would like to be to be the first person to trod on your toes of entitlement by saying that […]

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