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Washington DC License Plate Logo: “Taxation Without Representation”


The poor dears living in Washington DC are so mistreated. The entire surrounding region of Maryland and Virginia represent the most elite zip codes in America and boasts the highest incomes and lowest unemployment rates in the nation. The “District”, which dictates to the rest of America what we must do, when we must do it, and how we must ...

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Liberal Sexist, Racist Crap-Thinking Exposed

Swamp Thing - Political Cartoon by A.F. Branco

“Elect me the first female president”, says Hillary. “We need a female president”, liberals say. And liberals patted themselves on the back for making history with the first female presidential candidate and went back to their lives feeling great about themselves and the wonderful people that they are. Maybe, but probably not, liberals will begin to admit that honesty and ...

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Democratic Socialism is Still Socialism


What is democratic socialism? What makes it different than regular socialism? Has it been tried? Could it work in the United States? Comedian and political commentator Steven Crowder, host of Louder With Crowder, explains.

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Hillary And The Democrats Learn That What Goes Around, Comes Around


With all of the corruption, destruction, self-enrichment, lying and abuse that has come from the Clinton pair of clowns the last 25 years, I don’t know why anyone would be surprised that they are finally being exposed and made to pay for their repeated misbehavior and wide range of crimes. If anywhere along the line, and especially in the last ...

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Hillary Is No Role Model

The notion that Hillary Clinton is a role model for young American women is yet another testimony to the moral decline of America — not to mention to the moral state of the American Left and the Democratic Party. That is from an article in Real Clear Politics. I have to agree, Hillary is a compulsive liar, she is corrupt, ...

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Trump Or Hillary: “What Difference, At This Point, Does It Make”? Big Difference.


It only makes a difference if you care about adherence to the Constitution. It only makes a difference if you believe in the rule of law. It only makes a difference if you believe that all citizens must obey the law. It only makes a difference if you believe no one, however powerful and wealthy, is above the law. It ...

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In Politics, Unlike Real Life, Likes Do Attract


In the world of “takers” and “makers” in which the former are a burden on society and occupy the welfare roles, and the latter are the workers and business owners who make America prosper and function, Hillary’s and Obama’s government favors, clearly prefers and is attracted to the “takers” because big-government is the ultimate “taker” of them all, and “taker” ...

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Trump: Populism’s First National Victory?

Trump Rally Austin TX

When the Tea Party first rose up in the 2010 midterm election, the last vestiges of left-wing populist agitation which had influenced the political landscape from the late-1800s through the mid-1900s seemed poised to emerge on the right. Fast forward through half a decade of right-wing anti-establishmentarianism fighting in vain against party elites and their inexplicable inability to stand up ...

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Trump and Hillary are YOUR fault!


The Problem is not our candidates! The problem is us! Americans! We are little more than a week away from one of the most important and divisive elections in our history. Now if you are doing everything you can to get informed before you vote, then this isn’t for you. But if you’re a party drone or a “gender” voter ...

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Is 2016 the year of the agitprop election?

Civility has never been a guiding precept on the campaign trail. Histrionics and sensationalism have always been used to paint elections as a scenario between impending doom and a white knight savior. All the ghoulish attack ads of the past and present are all designed to push this narrative in context of the most pressing issues of the day. Some ...

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Importance of Voting, Down-Ballot Voting, and Conservative Unity


Notwithstanding the understandable ambivalence toward the presidential race, down-ballot races should provide ample incentive for all Americans to show up at the polls this election cycle. Conservative unity for congressional, state, and local races is imperative to prevent the continued erosion of individual liberty, and to sustain our founding principles. Samuel Adams said of our right to vote, “Let each ...

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Today’s Media Is The New Pravda!!!


Recently I saw what must have been a low information voter being interviewed on a cable station. He said he couldn’t vote for Trump because he doesn’t like the way he treats women and doesn’t like the way he speaks against disabled people. Well I hate to bust this guy’s bubble, but the pendulum swings both ways. Well I guess ...

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Hillary’s Brown Shirts

First a little history lesson for those of you who never paid attention in history class. Back in the 1920’s and 1930’s when Adolf Hitler was coming into power he put together a group of men who were known as the brown shirts who would go out and destroy property, beat up people and cause mayhem towards anyone who dared ...

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Heads Up To Michael Moore: We Just Want Constitutional Governance Back


Recently Michael Moore said that when conservatives/Republicans vote for Donald Trump, that they are, with that action, giving a “giant f**k you” to elites. But he’s using his own motivations and tendencies to determine how and why conservatives are favoring Trump, and he couldn’t be more mistaken. Although the notion of giving a big, wet, Bronx cheer to the Republican ...

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Liberals Are “Nuancing” Our Nation Directly To Hell


Recently Ash Carter, Obama’s current Secretary of Defense, said that the recent demand of the Pentagon that soldiers return the money they received 10 years ago as a re-enlistment bonus to remain in the service and help fight the nation’s two wars, was a “complicated” issue. With all due respect to Mr. Carter, there is no complication at all. It’s ...

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