Struggle Session: OSU Football Coach Vows to Conform

By Allan Wall, June 25, 2020 Oklahoma State University, located in Stillwater, Oklahoma, was founded in the 1890s to become the “Princeton of the Prairies.” It has a great academic tradition, specializing in agriculture and engineering. It’s also my alma mater. OSU was also the scene of a recent outrage illustrating the growing disregard for…

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Southern Border Update: Illegal Crossings Up

By Allan Wall, June 18, 2020 The United States has, in agreements with Canada to the north and Mexico to the south, extended the border agreements for the U.S. – Canadian and U.S. – Mexican border. According to these agreements, initiated in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic and renewed monthly afterwards, the borders are…

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Friday Fun: Messaging with Gumballs

Roy Beck’s presentation is almost ten years old, so it may come across, to some, as “old school.” But the message is relevant and it’s fun to watch Roy, founder of NumbersUSA and a former journalist, carefully stack the glass-encased colorful gumballs to make his point about immigration to the U.S. and the alleviation of…

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Not Your Grandparents’ Civil Rights Movement

By Allan Wall, June 12, 2020 The so-called “Black Lives Matter” movement has become quite powerful.  Black  Lives Matter, or BLM as it’s colloquially known, has our elites figuratively, and sometimes, literally, kneeling before them and donating big bucks to their cause. Therefore, it’s relevant to point out that BLM was founded by open communists,…

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