Virginia’s Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe signed an executive order that mandates the re-enfranchisement of more than 206,000 felons, restoring voting rights for an ex-con assemblage of likely Democratic voters who are disproportionately pro-Clinton.

In an era of too many sequels for the sake of sequels, where the best three minutes of the sequels are in the trailers, Captain America: Civil War lives up to its buildup. And then some. Besides being a good film, there are valuable elements in the story itself and in the development of the characters — both familiar and new — that mirror real-world post-9/11 events and reactions.

Is Nazism the equivalent of libertarianism? Is conservatism morally equal to communism? Next question: Is saying all faiths are morally equal really any different from saying all ideologies are so?

The Obama administration seem determined to destroy America’s long-standing police policy and deliver the United States into the steadily growing power of the United Nations.

To teach young people, particularly young men, Benjamin Franklin's admonition that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" is a challenging task.

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