Agenda 21? What is Agenda 21?

By Michael Coffman Most people have never heard of Agenda 21. If they have heard of it, they likely believe it to be a vague United Nations program that will never see the light of day, or they believe it is imagined by conspiracy theorists. Yet, the principles contained in Agenda 21 are at the heart of many of our […]

Obamacare replaces Prohibition as most-hated federal law

By Don Todd Like President Carter who has lost his reputation as the worst President in recent times Andrew Volstead (R-MN) has lost his distinction as the author of the most hated legislation in modern history with a politician’s name attached to it.  The Volstead Act which implemented Prohibition has now been replaced by Obamacare and Congressman Volstead has been […]

Obamacare previously uninsured enrollees off by 4.7 million?

By Robert Romano The numbers are in for Obamacare sign-ups on the exchanges in accordance with the April 1 deadline to enroll: 7 million have enrolled. But apparently, only about one-third were previously uninsured, reported the Los Angeles Times on March 30: “At least 6 million people have signed up for health coverage on the new marketplaces, about one-third of […]

Bill Clinton and Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales question international takeover of Internet

By Robert Romano “Whatever you think our country’s done wrong, the United States has been by far the country most committed to keeping the Internet free and open and uninterrupted, and a lot of these people who say they want multistakeholder control over domain names and Internet access, what they really do, is want the ability to shut down inconvenient […]

The disintegration of the First Amendment

By Rick Manning A version of this article appeared at Breitbart.com. The Obama Administration has engaged in an unprecedented assault on the First Amendment which is accelerating as he expands the reach of government using regulatory powers well beyond their legal limitations. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall famously wrote in McCulloch v. Maryland, one of our nation’s foundational legal […]

5 Issues the Republicans must win in 2014

By Tom Toth With November’s midterm elections drawing near, Republicans have a chance to take control of the Senate and build a daunting majority in the House of Representatives with resounding election victories across the nation. What’s unclear, however, is whether or not Republicans are prepared to win in Congress once they win in their states and districts. Efforts against […]

SEIU Front Group “Wisconsin Jobs Now” Promotes ObamaCare, Law Breaking

-By Brad Tidwell The “nonpartisan” Wisconsin Jobs Now, funded nearly entirely by SEIU Healthcare, is an Obamacare certified application counselor with a history of lawbreaking. “Wisconsin Jobs Now” is a self-described “community-based, non-profit organization” focused on issues like “economic justice” and “fighting income inequality.” However, when you look into their financial statements, it becomes immediately clear that they are little […]

The tea party repealed the debt limit? Really?

By Robert Romano Let the blame game begin. The House of Representatives, led by House Speaker John Boehner, turned over control of that body to Nancy Pelosi and Democrats to pass a so-called clean debt limit extension — really it’s been suspended — until March 15, 2015. The measure relied on Democrats to pass, which only 28 Republicans, including House […]

Obamacare keeping children from specialty care

By Rick Manning And it begins. Obamacare’s predicted destruction of the medical safety net for children and seniors is beginning to be felt.  Really sick kids are being denied care.  Fortunately Seattle Children’s Hospital is still treating those who were denied their spokesman, Dr. Sandy Melzer told a local reporter that “they can’t continue doing it that way.” How many […]

Never a dull moment in D.C.

By Rick Manning The aftermath of the State of the Union usually leaves a lull in the action in D.C., but in keeping with the 24 hour news cycle created by CNN and exacerbated by I-Phones and Androids, the nation’s capitol has become a city that never rests. House Republicans scurried out of town after passing an almost trillion dollar […]

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