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Fallout: The Nuclear Bomb That Was Dropped on Alabama

Roy Moore

So, there it is. Doug Jones wins the Senate seat in Alabama. What Went Wrong: Republicans backed Roy Moore in the wrong way. By denying the accusations, we looked like the deniers, because we were. The fact of the matter is the accusations are credible. As hard as it is to hear that, it is just true. Between multiple women ...

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Petition Re Alleged Crimes of HRC, FBI, and Others

Trey Gowdy Hillary CLinton

Petition to: Senate/House Judiciary/Oversight Committees and others, For some time, I have observed the interplay between Congress and Attorney General Sessions, FBI Director Wray, and former FBI Director Comey that causes me pause. The impression I have is that those individuals are not cooperating with Congress’ power of oversight to the point that their conduct may constitute obstruction of justice ...

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Congress Is the Supreme Overseer of the Executive Branch.

I watched the interplay between FBI Director Christopher Wray and members of the House Judiciary Committee on December 7, 2017. It appears to me that Director Wray was raising the “Independent Inspector General” as a foil against Congress’ oversight power. I ask that Director Wray forthrightly be informed that Congress has access to any and all information possessed by the ...

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A Letter to Congress: Rein in the DOJ, FBI and intelligence agencies

To Each Member of Congress,  The below authorities are submitted for your consideration as to your power and obligation of oversight of the Executive Branch. More specifically, the DOJ and the Intelligence Agencies have no authority to reject your constitutional power of oversight. If it is necessary you can cite them for contempt. Additionally, you can prosecute violations of the ...

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SALT Deduction Is Unconstitutional

CONGRESS’ POWERS AND OBLIGATIONS RE: SALT DEDUCTION POWERS In 1936, our Supreme Court succinctly and elegantly answered the question of powers in our government: “The question is not what power the Federal Government ought to have but what powers, in fact, have been given by the people. It hardly seems necessary to reiterate that ours is a dual form of ...

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Everyone Should Get a Tax Break

There’s been much talk lately about tax breaks for Americans but not allowing the “rich” to get any, and there’s been much talk about giving tax breaks to “small businesses”, which I’m in favor of. Forgotten in all of this is that every person and every family in the United States, regardless of how much they earn and how wealthy ...

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Democrat to Introduce Articles of Impeachment Against Trump Over Charlottesville

The Democrat clown car has now jumped the track, smashed into the wall and is burning out of control as Trump Derangement Syndrome rages through Congress. Having spent months trying to run President Donald Trump out of office on evidence-free allegations that his campaign colluded with the Kremlin to give Hillary the shaft, the loons that comprise the blue jackass ...

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Outrageous Law Prevents Visitors from Bringing Flags to Arlington Cemetery

The families of the war dead who were visiting Arlington National Cemetery on the Fourth of July to honor their memories were deprived of one thing thanks to a ridiculous law. The American flag. Bringing A Flag To Arlington Cemetery Can Get You One Year In Jail https://t.co/YrL5xYwJ6T #July4th #FourthOfJuly pic.twitter.com/ysaeRkwWEt — The Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) July 4, 2017 Via ...

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Jason Chaffetz Wants Taxpayers to Cough Up $2,500 Per Month Housing Stipend for Congress

You have to give it to Congressman Jason Chaffetz, he has some serious chutzpah. The retiring Utah Republican is calling for taxpayers to cough up an additional $2,500 per month for members of Congress as a housing stipend. That would be a total of $30,000 per year for all 535 lawmakers. According to the outgoing House Oversight Committee chairman, it’s ...

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Dear Congress, Get to Work

As a passionate advocate for making America great again, it’s frustrating to see the lackluster fashion in which legislation is being passed by our representatives today. The problem is rooted in Congress, but, not the legislative process itself.  What’s going on? What has the Republican controlled House and Senate been able to pass? In general relatively little. I can’t name ...

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Democrats Could Be Down for the Count After Montana Special Election Loss

The Democrats continued their losing streak on Thursday when Republican Greg Gianforte prevailed to win the race for the open House seat in Montana’s special election. Gianforte’s victory was the latest in a series of crushing blows for a party that has lost its way politically and has degenerated into a leaderless pack of conspiracy theorists, hatemongers, and babbling fools ...

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