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The Department of Homeland Security and the TSA

Afraid to speak against tyranny

Government tyranny has rapidly ramped up over the last 7 years as unconstitutional government agencies have assumed an ever enlarging role in the subjugation of We the People and control of every aspect of life in America. Barak Obama has already rendered most of the Constitution irrelevant, adding to the damage done by George W. Bush and a Republican controlled ...

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And the Iranian Lunacy continues!


The loons on the far Left continue to prove my point showing that they have no grasp of the English language. For example: Illegal Aliens aren’t illegal, they just aren’t documented (even though they came here illegally.) Last I checked, there isn’t documentation for permission to enter into this country illegally. Welfare fraud isn’t fraud if you lie on the ...

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NYC Worse Than Third World Countries

Time after time we have been reminded how Liberal-Progressive views and policies has harmed the American way of life, all you have to do is look around at cities like Detroit, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Houston and many others around the country that are run by the Liberal-Progressive gang. There is no doubt that Liberalism just like Communism leaves destruction where ...

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Trump’s Positive Alabama Speech vs. CNN’s Biased Interview

Trump in Alabama

  Among cheering crowds in a stadium of 35,000 people that had to be moved from a smaller hotel ballroom, presidential candidate Donald Trump held a rousing ralley for his growing legions. The Trump campaign was forced to change venues twice as the anticipated crowd swelled to sizes much larger than other locations could accommodate. “We have politicians that don’t ...

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Fascism Is Far Left, Not Far Right on Political Spectrum


There are many logical incongruities that are maintained on a populist level, especially when it comes to politics. Not least of these is the composition of the political spectrum in identifying ideologies and systems of governance. The most common fallacy is identifying fascism as a right-wing ideology, even though its ideological roots originate in the left-wing extremist models of communism ...

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Why Al Gore will run for president

Eagle Changing Things I Cannotg Accept

  While listening to the Mike Gallagher Radio Show on Friday August 14, 2015, I heard a clip of Al Gore talking about running for president in 2016. Gore is still whining about his loss in 2004 and talking about the controversy over the “hanging chads”. What I didn’t hear him mention were the tens of thousands of military votes ...

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How should christians deal with homosexuality?

Eagle God Bless America

  Treating homosexuality as a normal or “alternate” lifestyle as a matter of government policy is a slap in the face of God and will be a large factor in the destruction of this nation, along with abortion. The question that we have to answer is, how do we deal with what God calls perversion and an abomination? The homosexual ...

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Why Joe Biden is the left’s Donald Trump

Biden Ryan

Derisive snorts, condescending snickers- these are the kind of reactions many conservatives have to the idea of a Joe Biden 2016 run, which is appropriate since it’s the same breezy haughtiness with which the vice president dismisses his opponents. But it is also the reaction many had to Donald Trump announcing his candidacy. And two months later Trump has a ...

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Trump’s ‘Immigration Reform That Will Make America Great Again’ [Full Text]

IMMIGRATION REFORM THAT WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN The three core principles of Donald J. Trump’s immigration plan When politicians talk about “immigration reform” they mean: amnesty, cheap labor and open borders. The Schumer-Rubio immigration bill was nothing more than a giveaway to the corporate patrons who run both parties. Real immigration reform puts the needs of working people first ...

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Digital Campaigning and the Rise of Populism in the 2016 Primary


Populism is amongst the most significant factors of the 2016 election cycle. Even Carly Fiorina credited competitor Donald Trump’s frontrunner status to his vehement anti-establishment rhetoric. Office seekers tout their populist credential; pundits often weigh the credentials of a candidate against it. But what does “populism” really mean, and how is it being utilized in voter outreach? The simple answer ...

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Eagle- America Deserves Better

I just watched a 2 part, 4 hour mini-series docu-drama titled: “Revelation: The End of Days”.  The first episode is subtitled “Trumpets Sound” and the second is titled “Road to Babylon”.  It takes a look at the possible end of days scenario based on the Biblical Book of Revelations and how the last days on earth might play out.  As ...

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Trump-ettes, You Can’t Have It Both Ways

Donald Trump

A funny thing happened on the way to the “Forum,” the “guy who doesn’t back down,” the “fighter,” got his nose bloodied and his sycophants didn’t care for it one bit. If that sounds harsh, then let me borrow from the “fighter’s” own words. I don’t have time for political correctness. I also don’t have time for so-called Republicans and ...

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Good, Bad, and Ugly at GOP Debate

Republican presidential candidates from left, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Scott Walker, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and John Kasich take the stage for the first Republican presidential debate at the Quicken Loans Arena Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Much of the nation was watching with great interest as seventeen Republican presidential candidates took the stage this week to articulate their vision of America, and outline their strategies for returning the nation to its former greatness. What we learned Thursday is that Fox News proved they can be as anti-GOP as the rest of the mainstream media, Donald Trump ...

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Broader GOP Tensions Resonate in Debate Infighting Over Surveillance

Republican presidential candidates from left, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Scott Walker, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and John Kasich take the stage for the first Republican presidential debate at the Quicken Loans Arena Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

The apex of Thursday night’s prime time GOP debate came as the discussion, never that robust, devolved into two contenders for the nation’s highest office shouting at each other, ironically over hugs. Paul and Christie sparred over the post-9/11 perennial tensions between national security and civil liberties. Paul, who has adopted the fresh-faced libertarian banner is best known for his ...

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