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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - woodrow wilson
Our Constitution is being hijacked, and it's time to reclaim it. I spent my entire career fighting for the Constitution, for limited government and regulation, lower taxes and less government in our lives. We're losing that battle right now.
The quote from Woodrow Wilson on the Bladensburg Cross says, in part, "We fight for the things that we have always carried nearest to our hearts."
By the spring of 1918, both sides in World War I were reeling, with a "final chance" German offensive only adding to the hundreds of thousands of casualties already suffered on the battlefield.
One of the many challenges a coach faces is getting his team to buy into a family concept. That isn't a problem for Woodrow Wilson wrestling coach Street Sarrett, whose team includes three sets of brothers.
We can blame Woodrow Wilson for the annual bore that the State of the Union has become. Before Wilson, the presidents sent their ideas about the state of the union to Congress in writing.
When you think of visiting South Carolina, thoughts of waterfalls in the upstate, carriages in Charleston's Historic District and waves washing the shore in Myrtle Beach. But between the mountains and the sea, Columbia is redoubling its efforts to attract visitors as it markets itself as "Famously Hot."
A century after the sale of land that ultimately became the first piece of the White Mountain National Forest, outdoor recreation advocates are asking for a historical marker to commemorate the sale.
A North Dakota auditorium where Presidents Woodrow Wilson and John F. Kennedy took to the stage has kicked off a yearlong celebration of its 100th birthday.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The Associated Press high school boys basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and total points:
Basically, we Americans are a practical rather than an ideological people. We are interested in what's right, but almost obsessed with what works. The two district court decisions that greeted us this Christmas on the constitutionality and practical utility of the National Security Agency's continuing drive to collect all available information on each of us reflects this difference.
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the Federal Reserve Act, the history of which mirrors the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare.
There's an old saw about cooking frogs: Place them in cool water, and then turn up the heat. The frogs fail to respond to gradual temperature change, and by the time the water gets near the boiling point, the frogs are unable to jump out and save themselves.
NEWSMAKER INTERVIEW: The American Conservative Union's newly named executive director is setting an ambitious strategy, hoping to motivate and provide tools to conservatives that will help them reverse the growth of government, the mounting national debt and the spreading poverty he believes threaten the foundation of America's freedoms.
The American Conservative Union's newly named executive director is setting an ambitious strategy, hoping to motivate and provide tools to conservatives that will help them reverse the growth of government, the mounting national debt and the spreading poverty he believes threaten the foundation of America's freedoms.
During his initial 2008 run for the presidency, Barack Obama attacked no-bid and sole-source federal contracting as wasteful and at least marginally corrupt. He promised that when elected, he would end "the abuse of no-bid contracting once and for all." His administration, he said, would be the most transparent in history and would do away with the cronyism that plagued his predecessors.
President Woodrow Wilson repeatedly warned if the Germans continued unrestricted submarine attacks against U.S. ships, he might intervene.
Woodrow Wilson likewise argued that tax rates can be so high that they have an adverse effect on the economy.