Tag: New Visions Commentary

Religious Belief Is Reconcilable With Public Service, by Jerome Danner

Religious Belief Is Reconcilable With Public Service, by Jerome Danner

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In these postmodern times, religious belief has continued to be on a persistent decline in terms of its popularity in society. To be specific, in western society, Christianity is the religion that is continuously in the spotlight for any number ...
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'White Nationalism' is the Left's Latest Trope Against Trump, by Dr. Carol M. Swain

‘White Nationalism’ is the Left’s Latest Trope Against Trump, by Dr. Carol M. Swain

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President Trump is frequently under attack from leftist Democrats and left-leaning Republicans who offer comfort to the President’s enemies by helping advance a false narrative about the President’s position on nationalism. A few weeks ago, Michael Steele, the former Republican ...
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2019 Is the New 1984, by Adrian Norman

2019 Is the New 1984, by Adrian Norman

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Within just a few short years, we might be saying, “Welcome to a Brave New America—a dystopian freak show of a world, where the capricious whims of a few control the lives of the many.” Picture it as a dark ...
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Case Of Unvaccinated Boy Gives Good Reason To Get Immunizations, by Jerome Danner

Case Of Unvaccinated Boy Gives Good Reason To Get Immunizations, by Jerome Danner

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Although vaccinations are (and have been) commonplace in society for decades now, there is still a healthy debate over their necessity or if they are detrimental to children. The arguments typically come from those persons in the anti-vaccine movement regardless ...
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Are the Words 'Fake News' a Problem? by Jerome Danner

Are the Words ‘Fake News’ a Problem? by Jerome Danner

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The freedom of the press is obviously important to a free society such as the United States. There is no doubt that our Founding Fathers felt it necessary to have this freedom placed in the First Amendment. The fact that ...
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We Will Not Fall For Socialism, by Emery McClendon

We Will Not Fall For Socialism, by Emery McClendon

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Amid the growing calls for the institution of Socialism in the United States, a new call to stop its momentum rang out in the Chamber of the United States House of Representatives during President Trump’s second State of the Union ...
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The Last Government Shutdown? by Christopher Arps

The Last Government Shutdown? by Christopher Arps

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Although President Trump threatens to shut down the government again if a budget deal that includes border protection funds can’t be reached in three weeks, we may have seen the last gasp of closing the government for political leverage. The ...
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Covington Kids Not Credited for Ignoring Black Hebrews, by Marie Fischer

Covington Kids Not Credited for Ignoring Black Hebrews, by Marie Fischer

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For all of the talk of tactless youthfulness on the part of the Covington Catholic High School kids, their decision to remain calm at the Lincoln Memorial despite the taunts of an extreme religious sect showed a lot of maturity ...
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The War on Success: The Wealthy and Their 'Fair Share,' by Adrian Norman

The War on Success: The Wealthy and Their ‘Fair Share,’ by Adrian Norman

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The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, is underway this week, with thousands of global business and political leaders in attendance. It was reported by CNBC that the “elite financiers attending the World Economic Forum are worried about the 70 ...
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For Proof Of Left’s Double Standard On Racism, Compare The Women’s March And Tea Party, by Emery McClendon

For Proof Of Left’s Double Standard On Racism, Compare The Women’s March And Tea Party, by Emery McClendon

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Plans for the 2019 Women’s Marches in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere are falling apart. The radicalism of the movement and controversial views of its leadership are bringing it down. Surprisingly, what’s happening with the Women’s March right now is similar ...
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