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Robert Underwood

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For those of you that have been living under a rock, the FBI and Apple have been engaged in a legal battle over unlocking the iPhone of the terrorist in the San Bernadino attack. The FBI wants to get into the phone to further investigate the attack, having already previously obtained a warrant. However, they cannot get into the phone since there is a pass code. It’s a newer model phone with built-in encryption and investigators are worried the data would be wiped if they tried to get…

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I don’t watch shows like Family Guy, The Simpsons, South Park, etc. They’re usually full of trash and (mostly) liberal propaganda. However, even a blind squirrel can find a nut every once in a while. A clip from an episode of Family Guy went viral last month.

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Republican Presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson is proposing a 14.9% flat income tax and throwing out the current tax code. The primary arguments made for going to a flat tax is simple: There will be no loopholes for anyone to jump through and take advantage of, no one will be taxed twice on capital gains, interest and dividends, and most citizens will have some skin in the game. That’s fine except there are two major problems:

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Prager University recently did a five video series on the different perspectives of the left and right on some key fundamental issues.  I encourage everyone to watch the videos posted below but I’ll provide a quick take on each one.

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Most of us have friends we went to elementary, middle, and/or high school with that we haven’t seen in a long, long time.  We sometimes ask ourselves where they are and what have they done with their lives.  Where would we likely stumble upon them?  In the middle of downtown?  On a bus?  At a restaurant?  A reunion?

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So a few days ago, the “Every Student Succeeds Act” was signed into law after passing the House and Senate with broad bipartisan support, a rarity in recent times.  This law does away with most of the regulations that were put into place with “No Child Left Behind” and returns a lot of the power in regards to education policy back to the states.  As a result, the strict pressures in testing students to receive federal funding is removed.  Just as “No Child Left…

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