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Americans Being Murdered: Politicians Do Nothing But Point Fingers

Eagle, Patriot Stand Your Ground

American citizens are being murdered by illegal alien invaders and all the NWO owned political elitists do is blame each other while none of them do anything to stop the carnage. How much longer are We the People going to tolerate the political ruling class ignoring crimes by illegal aliens while they spend their time trying to disarm citizens? Neither ...

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Trump Has The Balls, Truth Is Dead In America

Recently Donald Trump had the nerve to say, “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you. They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems to us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.” What puzzles the hell ...

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How Bush and Obama use social media shows much about them

George Bush and veterans on July 4th

Barack Obama has far more likes of his Facebook account than does former President George W. Bush, but digging deeper shows that Bush’s fans get a little more for their like. First, we see a difference in how each figure uses Facebook to honor the July 4th holiday. Obama – It’s All About Us Happy Fourth. Posted by Barack Obama ...

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Germany begs Britain not to leave the European Union

EU flag

International finance news has been singularly focused on Greece and its possible exit from the EU, but there is another EU Island nation considering a break from the European Union. The British Conservative government has found dealing with the EU to be a bureaucratic nightmare and Prime Minister David Cameron has made public comments about his dissatisfaction with it. The ...

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Chris Christie Thinks Republicans Need To Compromise With Democrats. Let’s Look At The Truth Of The Matter.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie today announced that he is a candidate for president on the Republican ticket, and one of his first comments about how to win the election and then govern the nation was to encourage Republicans to compromise with Democrats and liberals.  Evidently Mr. Christie has not been paying attention to recent current events and has missed ...

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NBC to Trump: ‘You’re Fired’


NBC has decided to cut ties with Donald Trump as his election year rhetoric on Mexican immigrants has apparently inflamed … Mexican immigrants. Trump is no stranger to ill-thought remarks and NBC is unabashedly biased. The Donald made some comments in his June 16th campaign kickoff speech that made the Mexican government a little uneasy. He said “the U.S. has ...

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Bobby Jindal Becomes 13th Republican Candidate for President [Video]

Bobby Jindal announces run for president

Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal announced his bid for the Republican nomination for the 2016 Presidential elections on Wednesday afternoon. The speech centered on his Christian faith, conservative values and included pokes at his opponents on both sides of the isle. Governor Jindal becomes the 13th person to enter the race and his current standing in the polls show that his ...

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What We Need From Our Next President


As the pool of aspiring presidential candidates grows by the day, one can’t help but hope that the electorate’s appetite for economic improvement under a term or two of a new president will likewise increase. After eight years of burgeoning government hegemony, diminution of personal liberty, assault on the free enterprise system and middle class family incomes, the last thing ...

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Obamatrade Passes House, Headed to Senate


Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) has passed the House of Representatives bolstering President Obama’s push to make a landmark trade deal a lasting legacy for his troubled presidency. The measure passed on a close 218-208 vote with moderate Democrats and Republicans coming together to push it through. The bill grants Obama so-called “fast-track” authority which allows him to negotiate trade agreements. ...

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Donald Trump and Media’s Treatment of Presidential Candidates

When Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president earlier this week, America let loose a collective snort of derision. For years, as Trump has flirted with running for the nation’s highest office, it has seemed as though the media mogul has been stumping with the sole purpose of generating publicity for his brand. While some charge, with some merit, this ...

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Public Opinion Divorced from Scope of Government Power in King v. Burwell


The Supreme Court’s ruling in King v. Burwell, which will decide whether healthcare plans purchased in states that use the federal exchange are eligible for subsidies, is being characterized as a simple matter of statutory interpretation. At issue is wording in the Affordable Care Act that clearly states tax credits apply to individuals enrolled in an exchange “established by the ...

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If Obama Knew Then What He Knows Now, Would He Have Prematurely Removed All Troops From Iraq And Cause The Disaster We Now See There?

The answer is “yes”, he would still remove the troops and cause the problems we are facing today in the Middle East.  Obama makes no mistakes, he is unable to do anything wrong.  In his recent Memorial Day speech he took credit for there being no real military action in Iraq, but the people unfortunate enough to live and suffer ...

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Crowded Early Presidential Field is Healthy for Democracy


Though the 2016 election is approximately 16 months away, the list of declared presidential candidates is already lengthy. On the right, George Pataki, Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul, Lindsay Graham, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee and Rick Perry have announced their candidacy. The left’s field is smaller, limited so far to Hillary Clinton, Martin O’Malley, Linc ...

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