Neglecting What Matters in Neglect Deaths

Neglecting What Matters in Neglect Deaths

Following up on last week’s blog, the new one below again looks at a recently released national report aimed at “eliminating” – not just reducing but completely ending – child abuse and neglect fatalities in the United States. This new blog starts by touching on what’s going on in […] Click here to view original post www.americanexperiment.org

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Summer of recovery?

Let’s be blunt about something. Today’s Marxist progressives don’t have a clue about creating a growing economy. They never have. I’m betting they never will. That’s why I’m not surprised that t his post criticizes President Obama’s economic policies. Mockingly, its title asks “Are We Still In the Summer […] Click here to view original post www.letfreedomringblog.com

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Status Quo Thinking

Status Quo Thinking

"ObamaCare has taken our national health care and instead of giving it a tuneup, has traded it in for a clunker." The other day I penned an article about today’s new Captains of Industry . How refreshing it is to see some people, albeit very few, think and vision […] Click here to view original post veryangrybird.blogspot.com

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Albright: Hey, no one died from Hillary’s e-mails, so what’s the beef?

Does someone have to die before a political officeholder gets held accountable for crimes? Thats the argument from Madeleine Albright this morning. By this calculation, Watergate should have been no big deal in terms of political accountability, either. The former Secretary of State during Bill Clinton’s tenure defended Hillary […] Click here to view original post hotair.com

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Shockah: Bloomberg gun-control group endorses Hillary

Are you really shocked? Don’t be. Everytown is actually the last of the major gun-control groups to endorse Hillary Clinton in this cycle; the Brady Campaign and Gabby Giffords’ Americans for Responsible Solutions endorsed Hillary way back in January, as The Hill’s Tim Devaney points out . What took […] Click here to view original post hotair.com

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Virtuous Voting

Assuming for the moment that the general election comes down to choosing between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and realistically those WILL be the only choices, is there a proper course of action for those who would like to cast a vote in favor of values and virtues? I claim that there is a rational decision-making process to arriving at that choice. First of all, I think almost everyone would see this choice as one more instance of choosing the lesser of two evils. It is the conventional wisdom that virtue requires one to choose the lesser evil because otherwise the greater evil wins. Those of strong virtue, however, argue that the lesser evil is still evil, and refuse to endorse either evil with their vote. Unfortunately, “none of the above” has never been an option on the ballot. Think of it this way: if you believe that those supporting […]

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