In late 2008 and early 2009, Janice Reed was very concerned about the bank bailout and saw how hard it hit many Americans nationwide. Reed began to see and understand more of what was happening to the country and how it was unraveling before her eyes. This brought to mind her long-ago civics classes, a…

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While Venezuela is currently struggling under its socialist regime, four South American countries are changing their ways. The elected presidents of Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and Colombia are favoring market democracy over socialism. The Daily Signal has the details: Those four countries have led the creation of a new group—the Forum for the Progress of South America—which,…

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Last month, Sen. Rand Paul declared on the Senate floor, “Today is the final nail in the coffin. The Tea Party is no more. … Adoption of this deal marks the death of the Tea Party movement in America.” In his defense, he was angry over the caucus’ cavalier approval of a massive two-year spending…

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Montana Republican Sen. Steve Daines introduced a new resolution—S. Res. 289—to denounce socialism as it “poses a significant threat to freedom, liberty and economic prosperity.” Is it necessary? Absolutely! The problem is very few people out there know and understand the incoming threat of socialism. RealClear Politics has Jenny Beth’s commentary: The truth of the…

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When it comes to political philosophy, there are two ideas so intrinsically opposite they cannot help but clash together in fiery ways. Conservatism, a pillar of society in the United States, and Socialism, the economic and political system that has ravaged countless fledgling nations and decimated populations. How has this horrible idea once again taken…

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