As our friends at American Thinker recently noted here, the legal winds are shifting against websites that advocate conservative values, seeking, among other things, to make the site operators responsible for what commenters write. The commenting function at ACWT has not been especially active, though many of the comments are clearly heartfelt. Our preference would be to allow the comment function to blossom into a forum or community for the exchange of views. But until America more firmly renews its commitment to the rule of law, we will disable the comment function until further notice.
 

ACWT Statements

Break Up Google

From Visual Capitalist, in April 2018:  “Over 90% of all [internet] searches are conducted via Google platforms”. From Wikipedia, describing the US government acting under anti-trust law to break up Standard Oil in 1906:  Standard Oil’s market share of refined petroleum stood at around 70%. Those simple facts only hint

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Will Proof of Mistaken Identity Convert A Dem to An Adult?

The hot rumors surrounding the Kavanaugh nomination are to the effect that maybe something sexually unpleasant happened to Christine Ford back in the early 1980’s, but the perpetrator wasn’t Brett Kavanaugh. Our take is that this rumor sounds about right. We don’t want to believe Ms. Ford is an out-and-out,

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HR 1- IN-N-OUT is More IN Than Ever

HR 1- IN-N-OUT is More IN Than Ever, But Totalitarian Calls for Boycotts Need to be Out; Blue Collar Optimism on Labor Day; Interview with Robert Spencer, Author: “The History of Jihad from Muhammad to ISIS”; Trump’s Action on UNRWA is Spot On   Listen to the first hour of

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HR 2 – Cruise through the News

HR 2 – Cruise through the News: NPR’s Eye-Opening Study of Dept. of Education’s Data on School Shootings; McConnell Spurs the Senate; Powerline Leads the Way Off Facebook; FB Political Diversity Group?!; Mueller Update – the China Hack is a Big Deal, and FBI Word-Parsing Does Not Change that Fact;

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HR 1 – CPAC Highlights

HR 1 – CPAC Highlights; More Thoughts on the Florida Shooting; Interview with Chaplain Rich Stoglin of Frederick Douglass Republicans of Tarrant County   Listen to the first hour of our February 25 show here.   Guest interview – Chaplain Rich Stoglin, Chairman Frederick Douglass Republicans of Tarrant County Chaplain

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HR 2 – Special Upcoming SMU Events

HR 2 – Special Upcoming SMU Events; NYU Irony and Silliness for Black History Month; “In God We Trust” Under Attack; Interview with Texas State Senator Bob Hall; Mueller’s Latest Tactics; Colorado and SF Reveal Major Cultural Divide between Right and Left Listen to the second hour of our February

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If Hillary Wins, Free Speech Will Suffer

This week the Southern Poverty Law Center labeled Ayaan Hirsi Ali an anti-Muslim extremist.   That’s like labeling Bill Clinton a loyal husband. Patently absurd.   While the SPLC’s statement is demonstrably ridiculous all by itself, it is also relevant to the potential presidency of Hillary Clinton, and to free speech.

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Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin, Fort Riley and D-Day

The recently cancelled D-Day commemoration ‘prayer breakfast’ appearance of Lt. Gen. William (“Jerry”) Boykin at the US Army facility in Fort Riley, Kansas, is a flashing red neon sign telling Americans just how far off track our country has gone. Lt. Gen. Boykin is one of America’s finest patriots and

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Judge’s Order of Ethics Classes for DOJ Attorneys

Federal District Court Judge Andrew Hanen issued an order last week requiring Department of Justice attorneys to take ethics classes, as a result of their deliberate deception of the court. This order is in the case involving 26 states that challenged the constitutionality of President Obama’s 2014 executive order on

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TO THOSE TEMPTED TO GIVE UP ON SAVING AMERICA

At two of my recent talks, audience members asked variations of the same question: Is the America we love already lost?   They were deadly serious about the question, and genuinely despairing that the answer, they believe, is yes.   They were also clearly among those I would call ‘ordinary

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