N.J. City Approves Permanent Broadcast of Islamic Prayers

By Dave Gibson, May 18, 2020 In April, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey approved a noise permit to allow the Dar Al-Hijra Mosque in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood to broadcast the traditional “Adhan,” or call to prayer, five times a day. The prayers, played through loudspeakers, which start at sunrise and end at sunset, began being heard…

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Escandaloso: Mexico Leads World in Child Porn Distribution

By Dave Gibson, May 14, 2020 In recent weeks, there has been an alarming increase in the reports of illegal aliens distributing child pornography, much of it through social media outlets, such as Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp. While the reports on this ongoing outrage may have recently increased, the problem has been around for many…

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Oklahoma Defends Voter ID

By Allan Wall, May 13, 2020 The right to vote is an honored privilege.  But in order to make it work, we have to have the confidence that our voting system is secure. The first step towards that goal is having a good registration system. For many years I resided in Mexico, and I still…

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Why Virginia Has the Blues

By John Vinson, May 12, 2020 Lots of Virginians are blue because our state has turned blue. The home of Washington, Jefferson, and Madison is forsaking its conservative and constitutional heritage to embrace the trendy tyranny of “progressive” politics. And what caused this momentous shift? A leading reason is immigration. Thirty-years ago when Virginia was…

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Higher Ed Organization Touts Americanist Reforms

By US Inc. staff, May 6, 2020 The year 2020 has seen one of the most unrivaled global events to ever impact the U.S. health system and economy. COVID-19 has infected 1.2 million Americans with current U.S fatalities at over 70,000 (as of this writing). The massive social ramifications of the novel coronavirus has scarred…

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Times A-Changing: Deportation in the Age of COVID-19

By Allan Wall, May 5, 2020 Recently, both Mexico and the United States have been under fire for their deportation policies, because both countries have wound up with thousands of Central American detainees. Our two countries have been criticized for sending Central Americans back to their own countries without testing them for the COVID-19 coronavirus.…

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Say NO to Federal Bailouts of Fiscally-Mismanaged States

By George “El Conservador” Rodriguez, April 30, 2020 The liberal mainstream media and the Democrats are having another emotional breakdown, because Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that the federal government should not rescue states that had poorly managed budgets before the Covid-19 outbreak sent their economies reeling. Should states that were fiscally mismanaged BEFORE the…

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Re-Evaluating Our Relationship With China

By Allan Wall, April 28, 2020 The ongoing coronavirus crisis gives us much to consider for the future. Pertinent issues include how to handle public health without wrecking the economy, civil liberties, immigration policy, and trade policy. As part of all this, we need to look very closely at our country’s relationship with the government…

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