Can the Average American Taxpayer Hope to Understand Tax Reforms?

Review of Sarah Huckabee Sanders October 30 White House press briefing explained the plan using a fictitious scenario with reporters.

Taxes? The rich get richer and the poor get poorer, right? Can the average American taxpayer hope to understand tax reforms?

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Before Monday, October 30, the answer would have been, “Most unlikely!” Opinions changed after listening to the full White House Press briefing by Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Three Indisputable, Historical Facts Statue-Trashers Overlook

The truth about the life and beliefs of General Robert E. Lee, according to the 1860s American history.

General Robert E. Lee is nothing but a traitorous, slaveholding racist! Pull down that statue! Wait! Not so fast. Set aside the ropes and baseball bats. You’ve got the wrong guy. Here are three indisputable, historical facts statue-trashers overlook.

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How Can Taxpayers Evaluate the UN Paris Climate Agreement?

A streamlined approach to the lesser-known elements of the purposes, costs, benefits, and downside of the Paris Agreement President Donald Trump rejects.

The mainstream news media’s ablaze with urgings and warnings regarding the United Nation’s Paris Climate Agreement. Globalists recoiled en mass when President Trump pulled the United States out of Obama’s promises. How can taxpayers evaluate the UN Paris Climate Agreement?

First step: Stop and take a deep breath. There’s no need to panic. Alarmists prey on the fear of the citizenry, expecting the rapid flow of unfamiliar words to freeze our minds into submission. We can’t possibly understand the complicated climate change issues, can we? Yes, we can! The Paris Agreement isn’t that complex.

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Will There Ever Be a Palestinian State in the Middle East?

A brief review of the historical struggle including a Biblical counterpoint

Peace in the Middle East—an unachievable goal? According to journalists and news broadcasters, Israel just needs to give the Palestinians their own country. So, what’s the hang-up? Will there ever be a Palestinian State in the Middle East?

Let’s take a quick look at the negotiations of the past decades to see what’s already been tried and failed. Perhaps, the answer resides in tweaking the offer?

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Why Does Sharia Law Burden Us for All Girls and Women, Not Only Muslims?

This brief review of several Islamic laws reveal how it’s not only Muslim women and girls who are being affected due to migration.

Christians are Islamophobic! Ever noticed how quickly an opposing view gets tagged –phobic? I have no fear of Islam, but my heart breaks for every girl and woman subjected to the laws of Sharia. Throughout the hundreds of European and at least thirty-five Muslim enclaves in America, the rights women have struggled to achieve are being smashed under the banner of religion. Why does Sharia Law burden us for all girls and women, not only Muslims? Can’t something be done?

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Sharia in the West

As countries receive tens of thousands of Muslim refugees, some of the Islamic laws (Sharia) collide with the local, State, and federal statutes. After significant pressure from the Muslim leaders in each community, a growing number of secular courts in Europe and America have accepted a dual legal system.