Obama blames America for being cynical, gives speech to fix it

By Brad Tidwell Just before July 4th, President Barack Obama told a Minneapolis crowd “cynicism is a choice, and hope is a better choice”. In other words, it’s America’s fault for being cynical. Obama is upset that American confidence in government is at its lowest level during his presidency, so he… gives a speech. Rather than acknowledging the source of […]

What would happen if we treated food like Obamacare?

-By Brad Tidwell In recent debates about Obamacare, there’s been a theme pushed by many opposing the Hobby Lobby decision to not pay for certain kinds of birth control — #NotMyBossBusiness. The idea is businesses should not be able to make health care decisions for their employees. The problem is that this is already happening — and not just with […]

Big Government Stakes are High in Mississippi Run-Off

By Rick Manning Tuesday in Mississippi marks the next faceoff between a Tea Party challenger and an entrenched, out of touch Republican incumbent. The race features thirty six year Senator Thad Cochran against state Senator Chris McDaniel, and has been fraught with twists and turns suitable to a political suspense pulp novel, only this is real life with real consequences. […]

Obamacare repealed… for some

By Tom Toth Senators and Representatives are working tirelessly to repeal the Affordable Care Act — sort of. Actually, most of them aren’t lifting a finger to repeal any portions of the law that are worsening the lives of everyday Americans. In the meantime, special interests are getting priority insider treatment. As of this week, corporate executives were added alongside […]

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  The Volstead Act which implemented Prohibition has now been replaced by Obamacare and Congressman Volstead has been […]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 […]

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