National Scene

How much globalization do we want?

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Word is that globalization is here to stay.  The integration of regional economies continues to manifest as binding international agreements act as indispensable proponents of  “free trade.”   Trade among nations is an indisputable good and understandably, agreements must be made between nations so as to clarify the foundation of expectations.  President Trump has been […]

History Bite

Who Do We Have To Thank For The Welfare State?

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This name is surely on the tip of every American’s tongue: Otto von Bismark. In the late 1800s, Bismark brought German states under Prussian leadership and led Germany to become a world power.  However, despite having a conservative worldview, in order to galvanize his power in the newly unified Germany,  Bismarck created Europe’s first modern […]

National Scene

No wonder so many Americans don’t care for President Trump

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The Media Research Center just released findings from a recent survey documenting the overwhelmingly negative coverage of President Trump on mainstream news channels. From June 1st through September 30th, MRC viewed 1007 evening news broadcasts about the Trump White House on ABC, NBC and CBS; the equivalent of 32.7. hours of coverage.  They found that […]

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The Reign of Common Sense

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Rudyard Kipling, Indian born, Victorian poet and Nobel prize winner of the early 20th century,  whose writing shed light on his intellectual critique of the encroachment of  Western liberalism on the Indian culture in the late 19th century,  illustrates the perspective of a conservative mind.   While Kipling was in support of a traditional form […]

Specials

Update on Conferee Process: Sunday, January 27, 2019

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The Conferee Vote date has been selected for Sunday, January 27th at 3pm.  So far candidates to officially announce include D. Raja, Devlin Robinson, Bob Doddato, Dimitrios Pantzoulas, and Jeff Neff. We will keep you updated on those who have expressed official interest in running. Unfortunately, not a single borough in the Quaker Valley are […]

Editorials

January Meetings

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Chairs and Vice Chairs, please be expecting a call or email requesting a meeting to discuss the following. We have aspirations of growing and becoming more organized in preparation for upcoming elections and need your help. We look forward to spending individual time with each of our respective committees. How do you plan to grow […]