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Supreme Court Set to Hear School Choice Case Next Term

July 8, 2019

Western civilization was founded on a set of philosophies that focus strongly on the sanctity of individuals and their power of logic and reason. This belief led to a desire […]

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Supreme Court Set to Hear School Choice Case Next Term

July 8, 2019

Before hitting the road for their summer vacations, the justices of the Supreme Court announced last week that they would hear a major school choice case in the next term. […]

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How the Trump Administration Is Reining in the EPA’s Union

July 7, 2019

Writing for Mother Jones, Kevin Drum takes issue with my Corner post from earlier this week on the recent Gallup survey showing a short-term increase in Americans who describe themselves as “pro-life.” Drum notes that […]

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April 9 Event

June 17, 2019

April 9 – Dick Lyles writes a column in the Rancho Bernardo News Journal and discusses issues with our government and the clash of cultures in modern-day America. He will talk […]

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March 12 Event

June 17, 2019

March 12 – Jeff Figler, a renowned collector of sports memorabilia, will be speaking to us about his unusual and rare collections. Bring your treasured item (one each) for discussion and […]

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February 12 Event

June 17, 2019

February 12 – Peter Lobner is a former US Navy submarine-qualified officer with more than four decades of experience in the nuclear industry. He will be talking about Marine Nuclear Power, […]

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Who is the Conservative Order for Good Government?

June 17, 2019

Welcome to the Conservative Order for Good Government where we examine the pressing issues of our times with topics ranging from securing our borders and stopping terrorists attacks in the […]

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January 8th Event

June 17, 2019

January 8 – San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit, a San Diego native, was promoted to the City of San Diego’s 35th Chief of Police on March 2, 2018. Chief Nisleit […]

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