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Congress failed us!

U.S. Capitol Building

America suffers from a lack of congressional oversight. Some in Congress inherited the resultant festering mess, others allowed it to happen. Be that as it may, it is time to right the good ship America before it capsizes. It is time for Congress to forthrightly and aggressively exercise its constitutional power of oversight. It is time for Congress to competently ...

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Adieu Internet Socialism – AKA Net Neutrality

“Net Neutrality” is a disingenuous misnomer, as its meaning has been misrepresented and mischaracterized from its inception. And judging from the hyperbolic statements and overreaction to this week’s announcement that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was nixing the government regulation of the internet, all too few of us realize what was at stake with government regulation of what has become ...

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The #MeToo Movement and Mike Pence

If women had only known all it took to shatter the glass ceiling was to accuse your boss of sexual harassment, workplace history would have been very different! Of course — much like a frontal assault on a machinegun nest – the first over the top aren’t getting the plum jobs, but their sacrifice makes it possible for rear echelon ...

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Where The Real Russian Collusion Is To Be Found, And Why

Mueller’s Got Mail

Hillary lost the 2016 presidential election. In light of all of the millions of influence-buying dollars that the many crooks and dictators around the world “donated” to the criminal Clinton Global Initiative in anticipation of preferential treatment from President Hillary Clinton, she could be in big trouble with these international rogues. It seems Hillary is in the process of trying ...

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Claims of Democrat wave in 2018 look overblown as RNC outraises DNC ‘Big League’

Donald Trump

Network and cable news outlets have schlepped poll after poll showing that Democrats could retake the House and Senate in the 2018 mid-term election. But October and November fundraising numbers tell an entirely different story. The Republican National Committee (RNC) raised $8.2 million in November besting the Democratic National Committee’s haul of $5.7 million. The GOP also outraised Democrats in ...

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SALT deduction supports sanctuary cities

The Current Tax Code is Broken - Tax Reform

The State and Local Taxes (SALT) deduction is fatally flawed and must be eliminated. “Congress … cannot by legislation alter the Constitution, from which alone it derives its power to legislate, and within whose limitations alone that power can be lawfully exercised.” (Eisner v. Macomber, 252 US 189, 206.) The Constitution does not permit the SALT Deduction. Congress has the ...

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Media Lies And Trump’s Accomplishments In Spite of Them

Since President Donald Trump won the election, the media has churned out a plethora of lies against him that they try to pass off as fact. The reason his poll numbers are lackluster is that 90% of news coverage is negative. Despite their failure to report accurate or positive news on the Trump administration, he is still moving the country ...

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Support Your Local Turnstile Jumper

Petty criminals are living in a golden age. Never before in the history of mankind have the elites of Western society been so concerned with the inconvenience that enforcing the law imposes on the lawbreaking community. Our ruling elite has a naïve belief that the order they see in the more fashionable parts of their respective cities is the natural ...

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Did FBI and DOJ officials commit civil rights abuses with 2016 election interference?

James Comey looking down

CIVIL RIGHTS COMPLAINT AGAINST JAMES B. COMEY, ANDREW MCCABE, PETER STRZOK, LISA PAGE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, ET AL.   COMPLAINANT Complainant John Lucas, as a citizen and resident of the State of California, alleges that the following Complainees violated his civil rights during the period of circa January 1, 2016, to the present, for the reasons ...

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Is the arrogance of the FBI worse than the corruption?

As outraged as I and many other thinking Americans are about the absolute corruption and anti-Trump attitude of a supposedly impartial FBI, it’s probably the arrogance of these people that is most disturbing. Democrats and never-Trumpers thought that they could roll over Trump during the latest presidential election. Then when they learned that Trump was elected and not their hand-picked ...

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Listen: A Government Shutdown? It Has Nothing to Do with Government!

As we hear all of the talking heads and news show mouthpieces claim calamity at the prospect of a so-called “government shutdown,” once again the American people have to suffer the egos and power play of politicians in Washington, DC. But the fact of the matter is this. This moment in time isn’t about a government shutdown. It’s about politicians ...

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Hillary violated the Espionage Act

Trey Gowdy Hillary CLinton

This letter was sent to Congress by the author. To: Senator Chuck Grassley, Chairman, Senate Committee on the Judiciary; Senator Orrin Hatch, Vice Chairman, Senate Committee on the Judiciary; Senator Ronald Johnson; Representative Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House of Representatives; Representative Bob Goodlatte, Chairman, House Judiciary Committee; Representatives on the House Judiciary Committee: Trey Gowdy, Jim Jordan, Ron DeSantis, ...

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The Mueller/Trump Investigation – Watergate on Steroids

                                   If a liberal accuses you of something it’s likely they are guilty of that same thing – like a bogus taxpayer taxpayer-funded investigation into Trump and Russian collusion. They started out investigating Trump colluding with the Russians to win the election when it ...

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