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Summertime in the United States has traditionally been a time when Americans relax and recharge. Major movie releases have long dotted the summer theater landscape and live concert music-filled venues from coast to coast. COVID-19, however, interrupted that long-established routine and for the better part of three years, those entertainment staples, along with their fans, suffered.
The Supreme Court of the United States has completed another session. The left is beside itself, bitterly disappointed that the Constitution has been adhered to, contrary to the cultural PC push of the moment.
Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina is running for President of the United States. He is competing with several others for the nomination of the Republican Party. Many in the mainstream media appear to believe it is a forgone conclusion that Donald J. Trump will be the GOP nominee and thus, give little attention to other candidates. This is not only media malpractice, it is a blatant mistake.
Most humans on planet Earth believe there is an entity greater than us. They call him God, Allah or a variety of other names, but in general, most folks think there is a good guy up there somewhere bigger than us.
CPAC was founded in 1974 by the American Conservative Union and Young Americans for Freedom as a small gathering of dedicated conservatives. Ronald Reagan gave the inaugural keynote speech that year.
An age-old question is whether great men are born great or become that way through their circumstances.