Trump vs. the “Islamic Conquest of the West”

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke1/30/17
The irrational left, which means virtually all the left, is apoplectic over President Trump’s executive order halting immigration from terrorist-spawning countries. Its minions are complaining that the move is “un-American,” which in their world apparently involves playing Russian roulette with American lives. More » • (971 views)

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The Real Deplorables

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke1/24/17
In a recent viral Facebook post, a conservative woman found it necessary to point out that she wasn’t a “disgrace to women” for not supporting the Women’s March on Washington. Of course not. More » • (735 views)

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Let Me Get This Straight

by Deana Chadwell1/20/17
A Readers’ Digest Condensed Version of the Election  •  Take a deep breath and try to follow along: Hillary cheated her way into the presidential candidacy. We know this because John Podesta’s password was “password ” so he spilled the beans.  This makes her an illegitimate candidate. More » • (1117 views)

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Cybersecurity

Cyber-Security2by Jon N. Hall1/18/17
There’s No Disputin’ that Old Vlad Putin  • Recently we’ve heard a lot of loose talk about how the November election was “hacked” by the Russians. If one Googles “election,” “hack,” and “Russians” without quotation marks, one is liable to get 20,100,000 hits. More » • (888 views)

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A Proposal

WeThePeopleby Anniel12/28/16
Why Do We Tolerate Known Criminals in Government?  •  To my friends and fellow Patriots: I actually wrote this proposal many years ago, but did not feel the time was right for making it public. More » • (1027 views)

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Making Good on the Promise to Repeal Obamacare

ObamaCareby Jon N. Hall1/2/17
One thing Democrats think they know is this: Once the federal government has “given” an entitlement to the citizenry, it can never be taken back. Dems think the arc of history goes in one direction only: toward bigger and bigger government. More » • (1003 views)

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The Revelation of Political Images

tylertooby Anniel11/30/16
I have been thinking about all of the famous political images and slogans, both pro and con, I can remember, even some of those before my lifetime. I remembered “Tippecanoe and Tyler Too” which would take a lot of explaining to those who have lost all sense of history. More » • (875 views)

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Questions, Questions, Questions

question-markby Anniel11/17/16
The election of Donald Trump and the resultant hysteria raise a lot of red flags for all citizens of the United States, Trump fans or not. More » • (1479 views)

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How in the World was Trump Elected?

cuttingstringsby Leigh Bravo11/12/16
A friend recently posted an article by the Wall Street Journal, on Facebook. The article was titled, ” ‘Deplorables’ Rise Up to Reshape America,” written by Gerald Seib. Intrigued, as I have always considered the Wall Street Journal to be a respected publication More » • (1299 views)

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Rotting in Hell

Trump5by Brad Nelson11/6/16
May all you NeverTrumpers rot in hell. You are Globalist Authoritarian pigs.  •  Says a poster at the bottom of a David French article at NRO this morning. More » • (1154 views)

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November Revolution

liberty2by Glenn Fairman   11/9/16
Looking at the electoral map, it appeared to be a sea of blood. And perhaps this is a visceral metaphor for the anger rising up in the nostrils of the great unwashed. I certainly did not want Trump, and my vote for him was for the lesser of two evils. More » • (1968 views)

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Checks & Balances

2016Primariesby Jon N. Hall11/8/16
Divided Government or Undivided Government. That Is the Question  •  Some Americans believe that “divided government” is the way to go. They believe it’s healthy to have Congress and the president each controlled by people from different political parties. More » • (657 views)

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