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September 8, 2020

Are Republicans and the Constitution Diluting Minority Votes?

As the media and the left accuse Republicans and the Electoral College of diluting minority votes, the number of minority members of Congress has increased dramatically over the past 20 years. 

August 25, 2020

Minorities Are Skeptical of Democrats' Latest Conspiracy

Blacks and Hispanics are skeptical of mail-in voting, and for good reason. So why are Democrats so focused on it.

August 10, 2020

An Interview with Shelby Steele

by Tom Giovanetti, Shelby Steele
July 11, 2020

How Trump Can Get His Mojo Back

In this op/ed written for The Hill, the author offers some key points that could impact the election. 

July 8, 2020

Is Blue-City Chaos Leading to a Blue-City Exodus?

We know people are fleeing blue states for red states. The recent blue-city chaos may be exacerbating that trend.

May 20, 2020

Will Government Mandate COVID-19 Vaccinations?

If the government determines that vaccinations are essential to stemming the spread of the disease, would it– could it–mandate vaccination compliance? Apparently, it can—and it might.

September 11, 2019

Giovanetti Nails It

This is hands-down the best piece I have ever read. 

September 8, 2019

We Can Stop Mass Shootings Without Restricting Second Amendment Liberties

It's time to adapt to the era of mass shootings. And once we have secured our public and private spaces against the deranged, we can start trying to address root causes.

July 11, 2019

Should People in Prison Be Allowed to Vote?

Only two states, Maine and Vermont, allow prisoners to vote. The other 48 states bar incarcerated people from voting, and in many cases, have complex rules that make it difficult for felons to vote even after they’re released.

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