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Most Black People Know Little about Black History

MOST AMERICAN BLACKS KNOW VERY LITTLE ABOUT TRUE BLACK HISTORY I write this as a result of seeing an item on television about February being “black history month”. It is appalling to me to find that most black people, especially the militant liberal ones, know so little about the true history of blacks in America. In the first place, slavery ...

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Establishment Republicans Risk Achieving a Progressive Dream

One of the motivating factors of those who chose to vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 General Election was his promise to affect the repeal of the Affordable Care & Patient Protection Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. American voters knew that should the unconstitutional law remain in effect through 2017 not only would there be no return from its ...

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GOP Explains Repeal and Replace Strategy as “Repeal with stable transition”

Paul Ryan explains repeal and replace in GOP press conference 01-10-17

In the weekly House GOP press conference, Speaker Paul Ryan and other GOP leaders explained their approach to repealing and replacing Obamacare. While Ryan spoke of a repeal and replacement happening “concurrently” he also mentions that the 2018 Budget will be used as a tool for repeal while other legislative and regulatory tools will be required to enact the replacement. When ...

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Republicans Win Battle to Expedite Gen. Mattis’ Nomination

At least one democrat had vowed to fight President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for Secretary of Defense, but today democratic party leaders indicated that they would allow a waiver and shortened debate over the popular pick to lead the nation’s military forces. The waiver is required as Gen. Mattis has not been out of military service for the required 7 year ...

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Even Under One-Party Rule, There Should Be Friction Between Congress and President

The 2016 election represented a fundamental shift in American politics. Donald Trump’s ability to successfully position himself as a Republican who publicly repudiated traditional right-wing ideas such as free trade and limited government reconfigured the traditional two-party divide. America now has two parties that embrace a strong, managerial federal government. This is not a phenomenon solely dependent on Trump; he ...

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Republican Party Now Controlled by Depend Caucus

For a guy who’s billed as the next great Republican political wizard, he sure makes a lot of rookie mistakes. No, I’m not talking about Donald Trump. I’m talking about Speaker of the House Paul Ryan — the Hamlet of Pennsylvania Avenue. Now Ryan is doing the Hokey–Pokey over Trump’s just–released video “How to Impress Women Like the Stars Do.” ...

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Bill Clinton is NOT running!

This week, I have one agreement with the far Left Loons! All this conversation about Bill Clinton’s sexual escapades are not relevant because Bill is not running… well, that’s kinda-sorta-correct. This is where I say the Democrats define, own, and live hypocrisy! Donald Trump, or let’s say the Republican nominee, makes lewd comments on what he would like to do ...

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Why the “GOP is out to destroy Trump” line is ludicrous

The structure of the American political landscape is such that the president is the head of his or her party. This is true in both a literal and symbolic capacity. Obviously, the president is the chief executive, meaning he not only commands the greatest degree of functional power, but he also is the most visible and identifiable member of the ...

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Black lives don’t matter

Please don’t read the title and jump to any false conclusions. Reading the entire article will be very enlightening. I am not against black people, the headline is designed to pique curiosity so I can get facts to people who operate based on lies they have been told by race hustling poverty pimps like Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Barak Obama, ...

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Weekly Republican Address: A Better Way to Fix Health Care

Congress back in session

WASHINGTON, D.C. — In this week’s Republican address, House Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price, M.D. (R-GA) discusses our plan to repeal Obamacare and replace it with patient-centered solutions. The address comes on the third anniversary of the rollout of Obamacare. It serves as a prebuttal to a health care speech the president will give on Wednesday in Tampa, Florida. “House ...

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What is Your God-Given Role in America’s Future?

God has a plan for every person, including those who will read this. Do you know what role God has given you and will you submit to His will and fulfill that role? Sometimes it is difficult to know what God wants us to do but taking the time to listen to that “still small voice” that the Holy Spirit ...

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Minnesota Republican Party blasts Dems for Trying to kick Trump off the ballot

The Minnesota Republican party released a statement hammering state Democrats for frivolously trying to have Donald Trump and Mike Pence removed from the November election ballot. REpublican Party of Minnesota Chairman Keith Downey blasted Democrat Chairman Ken Martin and the Democrat Party for their “politically corrupt” attempt to alter the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. “Donald Trump got on our ballot ...

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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

I just finished watching the movie of the same title, made in 1939 starring James Stewart as an honest young man appointed to the United States Senate in hopes he could be controlled by the senior senator from his state (Texas), a corrupt man seeking his own power and wealth and happy to be the pawn of a greedy and ...

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Ted Cruz – Republican convention speech [video]

Ted Cruz video rnc speech

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, a candidate in the 2016 Republican presidential primary, won election to the United States Senate in 2012, where he represents the state of Texas. During his tenure in office, Cruz has led the fight to repeal Obamacare, to stop President Obama’s executive amnesty, and to defend life, marriage, and the U.S. Constitution.

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