Dallas Wagner

Website Director, Staff Writer

Machinist by day, political junkie by night. We’ve all had moments in our lives that mold our core beliefs.  I grew up in south central Pennsylvania. I was born into a Christian home with Republican parents who taught me personal responsibility, as well as a desire to be responsible for the world and people around me.

I enjoy reading and listening to free market capitalists like F.A. Hayek and Milton Friedman, as well as apologetics, and debates with Dinesh D’Souza. My favorite presidents are Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, Coolidge, Reagan, and hopefully one day, Ted Cruz!

The Definitive Case for Tax Cuts – Part 1

We’ve all heard the talking points from the left and right about taxes, but what have the actual effects been when taxes were cut throughout the 20th century? In this article, I’m going to attempt to break down the myths about taxes, in an easy and...

The Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations

As a conservative, I’ve been accused of being a racist, as well as every other type of bigotry thrown my way. I’m sure most, if not all, conservatives have had to deal with this when discussing politics. The dirty little secret that no one seems to talk...

Debunking the Obama “Accomplishments”

I recently stumbled upon an article that cited “28 of Obama’s Greatest Accomplishments.” This interested me, since, as a conservative, I don’t know if there are 28 positive things he’s done in his full two terms. After reading them, I had...

Obamacare: Destroying One County at a Time

Obamacare has failed and must be stopped. How long must we watch people suffer under the Obamacare disaster before we revert back to a free market solution?  Pinal County in Arizona was the first to feel the full sting of this horrendous policy. At the end of the...

Three Ways that Democrats Have Destroyed the Inner Cities

There are three things that have absolutely decimated the black, inner city community, as well as all impoverished areas. First, The destruction of the nuclear family. Before LBJ’s “war on poverty,” we were making great strides to eradicate poverty....

Damn! It Feels Good to be a Clinton

When the Ted Cruz campaign aired this ad, we didn’t know just how true it was!   With the FBI’s document dump over Labor Day weekend, we found out just how accurate this ad was! Hillary Clinton had claimed back in March of 2015, that she had used her...

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