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Two wrongs, make a right?

As a student at Brigham Young University and a huge football fan, the honor code has been on my mind all fall. BYU ends its season with a 4-9 record and there is no doubt that Francis Bernard, our starting linebacker who missed the season because of honor code...

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Beware of the Dark Side

Originally published with NOQ Report. Many have started down the dark path. Regardless of what you think of Roy Moore, I hope you reached that conclusion objectively. Unfortunately, those who dominate my news feed did not. I saw bloodthirsty cries for him to drop out...

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Election 2017: Trial In Absentia

Let me give this to you using as few numbers as possible: In their respective gubernatorial races, Virginia saw its highest voter turnout in 20 years while New Jersey experienced record lows. Both contests went to the Democrats. Polling analyst Patrick Murray called...

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Why I Send My Thoughts and Prayers

This shocking act of violence not only has broken the heart of the nation, but has once again incited many on the Left to criticize people of faith for sending their “thoughts and prayers”, claiming that these expressions of faith are empty and futile.  And so I want to explain to those that mock why I send my thoughts and prayers.

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Mr. Wright Goes to Provo: SB-54 Edition

On Thursday, Utah GOP State Central Committee (SCC) member Phill Wright came to Brigham Young University to discuss the status of Utah’s highly controversial SB-54 lawsuit, and boy did he bring the heat. BYU's Young Americans for Freedom -- founded by our own Jacob...

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Flake Has No One to Blame but Himself

Tuesday, in a speech announcing his retirement from the Senate, Senator Flake said, “It is often said that children are watching. Well, they are. And what are we going to do about that? When the next generation asks us, Why didn’t you do something? Why didn’t you...

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