TALLADEGA, Ala. — For a band at a tiny, little-known, historically black college, it seems in some ways to be the gig of a lifetime: a chance to march and perform at the Jan. 20 presidential inaugural parade in Washington. Some of the musicians at Talladega College here have been excited to see the capital for the first time.
But because the president-elect is Donald J. Trump, the school has become the…Continue
Of course — Democrats worship at the altar of the state.
Eight weeks after progressive Democrats' world was rocked by the Earth-shattering, this-can-NOT-be-happening realization that tens of millions of “deplorable” Americans had turned out to vote for Donald Trump, thereby depriving Her Royal Lie-ness, Hillary Clinton, of the presidency, they are still dredging the depths of the political ocean for answers as to why they lost.
They blame FBI Director James Comey’s…Continue
Not only did the 2016 election bring the country a new president, but Nov. 8 also ushered in the right political environment for a batch of states to pass right-to-work bills.
Twenty-six states have right-to-work laws on the books, and labor experts are expecting lawmakers in at least three more—Kentucky, Missouri, and New Hampshire—to pass bills giving workers the power to choose whether they want to join a union or pay union dues.
“2016 was sort of the tipping-point year for…Continue
The United States Army is preparing to carry out their first execution in nearly 50 years, but are they executing the wrong person? Perhaps there is someone else more deserving of being executed?
In December 1986, the nude slain body of 18-year-old Tammy Cofer Wilson was discovered by her husband, then Army Private Troy D. Wilson. Tammy’s sister, Honey Rosalie Schlehuber, was 12-years-old at…Continue