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Obamacare’s Lying Liars

Democrats are going bat guano crazy about the prospect of Obamacare being repealed, and my media feeds are filled with politicians and activists desperately, nay bitterly clinging to the horse

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Vote Your Conscience, Vote McMullin

Utah Republicans and Democrats held dueling last minute pep rallies last week, both trying to convince acolytes the other guys’ nominee is unfit to be president. Unfortunately for America, they’re

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Evan McMullin Hysteria

Evan McMullin has come out of nowhere to lead the presidential polls in Utah and now we’re seeing the beginnings of a weirdly furious backlash. My facebook feed started filling

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Don’t Hate The Player, Hate The Game: Supreme Court Edition

Let’s do away with the coyness right off the bat. Republicans’ arguments that the next president should appoint the new Supreme Court nominee are near total bluster. If the roles were reversed

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Conservatives, We Already Won. Don’t Settle For Trump.

I’m conservative. George Washington is my hero. I voted for Ronald Reagan in the Majestic Elementary presidential election. I geek out about my original Calvin Coolidge campaign lapel pins. I’m

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EPA pollutes?

I am really frustrated for the citizens of the Four Corners area.   Their water sources look yucky.   Yellow water looks like something out of the Simpsons.   Yellow

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4th of July

I love this country. I love the 4th of July. I love the parades, the BBQs, and spending time with family. But those are not the reasons we celebrate the

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45 Podcast ep. 6 – Jason Chaffetz online sales tax, guest Senator Margaret Dayton

In episode 6 of the FortyFive politics podcast we talked about Jason Chaffetz online sales tax proposal and we spoke with Senator Margaret Dayton about a federal takeover of Utah water.

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In Dissenting from King v. Burwell, Antonin Scalia Wields His Pen Like a Cudgel

Agree or disagree with him, Justice Antonin Scalia will go down in history as one of the most outspoken and direct justices in Supreme Court history. In his scathing dissent

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Ronald Reagan’s words are still current

Ronald Reagan passed away 11 years ago this past week.  I am a big fan of Ronald Reagan – my oldest daughter’s middle name is Reagan.  I have been reading

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