Category: Op-Ed

Progressive Policies Hurt Impoverished Americans
June 8, 2022 Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Paul Lott

A Simple Example Imagine a town where the baker made twelve loaves of bread a week. Ten of the loaves were sold each week to ten workers from the town factory who earned four dollars per week each. They all felt they were paying a fair price and happily paid it.   The town happened
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Office Work is Killing America
June 7, 2022 Business,Economy,Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Paul Lott

Before you object, let me explain.  Remember when the Keystone Pipeline was shut down? President Biden offered America the simplest solution for all those high paying jobs lost. The workers can simply become programmers. Problem solved, but could they? Would they even want to?    How the US Lost Manufacturing Jobs Progressives have told us
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Focus on Feelings is Destroying America
May 30, 2022 Economy,Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Paul Lott

When I decided to run for Congress in Virginia’s 10th District, I was not prepared for much of what I have encountered. I left the race because I thought it more important to continue the fight for parent’s rights, but I took a major lesson from politics.  Feelings are destroying America. I said it. The
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Reflection on Gun Violence
May 30, 2022 Faith,Op-Ed,Uncategorized Paul Lott

During the earlier part of my life, I grew up under very poor circumstances. In elementary school, I spent time in Birmingham, Alabama in a 99% Black part of the city. The poverty-stricken black community was the majority with a small sprinkle of lower middles class. The schools were terrible, and streets were violent. However,
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The Truth about Microaggressions
April 21, 2022 Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Natalie Beisner

If you watched the recent Ketanji Brown Jackson hearings, you might’ve been unaware that you were actually watching “three days of microaggressions.” Senator John Kennedy called Jackson “articulate.” This is apparently a “microinsult” (i.e. a subcategory of microaggression), but really, it depends on your color. Jackson’s the right color (or the wrong one, depending on
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UnMasking Kids is Right
February 11, 2022 Local Politics,Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Natalie Beisner

Two weeks ago, during a press conference, New York Governor Kathy Hochul was asked “whether the state has a particular number [for removing the statewide mask mandate]–whether that be test positivity rates or hospitalization rates,” or whether the state was “playing it by ear.” Hochul insisted it was not the latter, that the state would
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Justice Gorsuch & Originalism
December 23, 2021 Local Politics,Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Skyler Blalock

The topic of originalism as a judicial philosophy blossomed during the political foray which was the confirmation battle of Republican Senators to appoint 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Neil M. Gorsuch to fill the seat of the late Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Antonin Scalia, in 2017. Oftentimes, Senate Democrats will opine on
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Americans Were never Racist
November 3, 2021 Local Politics,Op-Ed Paul Lott

My son had a really close Asian friend named Chris. One day, a bunch of white kids decided to start a fight with Chris and my son. Chris took a martial arts pose. The trouble-making kids got nervous and left. After those kids left, Chris and my son came home and told me the story.
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The Ironic Parallels between Americans and Colombians Paying for “Vaccines.”
October 12, 2021 Local Politics,Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Dennison Rivera

One pays with cash and the other pays with their freedom. Premier Daniel Andrews of Australia announced that by Oct 15, all “authorized” workers must have at least one dose of the COVID vaccine in order to keep working. A reporter asked about how they will manage the people who don’t want to take the
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THE GIFT OF FREEDOM
October 3, 2021 Local Politics,Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Sean Hartman

I was pondering all day today as to how I wanted my first essay to be as an RNHA contributing writer. Forgive me for using that word “essay,” as I’m sure it sparks some unpleasant college experiences (or perhaps pleasant ones, if you, like myself, enjoy writing), but I feel that would best describe the
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