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Confirming once again, as Americans witness the increasing lawlessness around them, that the 2nd Amendment isn't the anachronism that its antagonists believe:

 

 

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Universities Sowing the Seeds of Their Own Obsolescence
By Victor Davis Hanson
Thursday, July 02 2020
When mobs tore down a statue of Ulysses S. Grant and defaced a monument to African American veterans of the Civil War, many people wondered whether the protesters had ever learned anything in high school or college. Did any of these iconoclasts know the difference between Grant and Robert E. Lee? Could they recognize the name "Gettysburg"? Could they even identify the decade in which the Civil War was fought? Universities are certainly teaching our youth to be confident, loud and self-righteous. But the media blitz during these last several weeks of protests, riots and looting also…
 
Next Election Could Decide If Washington, D.C., Becomes 51st State
The drive to make Washington, D.C., a state has been a favorite of some Democrats for years. Why wouldn't…
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Washington Bureaucrats Drag Their Feet Against the Virus
In a pandemic, government efficiency can make the difference between life and death. You'd expect our…
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CFIF Independence Day Quiz
  Take our 13-Question Independence Day Quiz to test your knowledge of American history and civics.…
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Chief Justice Roberts: Popularity Curator, Not Neutral Umpire
"Judges and justices are servants of the law, not the other way around.  Judges are like umpires. …
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2020 Election Will Be a Contest of the Angry
The old 2020 election was supposed to be about many familiar issues. It is not any more. Up until now…
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Once Started, Mob Violence Targeting Monuments Is Hard To Stop
What do George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, Ulysses S. Grant, Father Junipero Serra…
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Time to Reopen the Economy
Mainstream media are sounding the alarm about the coronavirus cases spiking across the South and West.…
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Welcome to America's Cultural Revolution
We're in the dawn of a high-tech, bloodless Cultural Revolution, one that relies on intimidation, public…
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Misguided “Buy American” Mandates Threaten New U.S. Drug Innovation
Well, that didn’t take long.  Just three months into the coronavirus lockdown, multiple vaccines…
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How Cultural Revolutions Die — Or Not
Unlike coups or political revolutions, cultural revolutions don't just change governments or leaders.…
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Question of the Week   
John Adams, then-delegate to the Continental Congress and signatory to the Declaration of Independence, said this “… will be the most memorable in the history of America …” with regard to which historic day?
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Quote of the Day   
 
"Never before has a speech extolling America's virtues and the marvels or the nation's heroes played to such poor -- and completely dishonest -- reviews.At Mount Rushmore on Friday night, President Trump gave a speech that was very tough on the woke Left, while largely celebrating America -- its Founders, its ideals and freedom, its capacity for self-renewal, its astonishing variety of geniuses, adventurers…[more]
 
 
—Rich Lowry, National Review Editor
— Rich Lowry, National Review Editor
 
Liberty Poll   

Has Covid-19 significantly changed your family's typical July 4th weekend activities or are they essentially the same as in previous years?