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  • Real Clear Politics New “Toss Up” House Candidates

    11/01/2022 9:38:23 AM PDT · by ConservativeMind · 21 replies
    Real Clear Politics & ConservativeMind ^ | Nov. 1, 2022 | ConservativeMind / RCP
    These are House candidate names and websites added to Real Clear Politics’ Toss Up races. Race Candidate - Rep. Candidate Website AKAL Sarah Palin OH9 J.R. Majewski OR6 Mike Erickson CT2 Mike France GA2 Chris West IL14 Scott Gryder KS-3 Amanda Adkins CA9 Tom Patti NM3 Alexis Martinez Johnson NY25 La'Ron Singletary
  • A Democrat from Pennsylvania insists many Democrats oppose COVID-19 jab mandates

    A Democrat from Pennsylvania insists many Democrats oppose COVID-19 jab mandates
  • Coyotes are here to stay in North American cities – here’s how to appreciate them from a distance

    08/07/2022 10:19:13 PM PDT · by xxqqzz · 74 replies
    KTLA ^ | August 7, 2022 | David Drake, Bret Shaw, Mary Magnuson
    Coyotes have become practically ubiquitous across the lower 48 United States, and they’re increasingly turning up in cities. The draws are abundant food and green space in urban areas. At first these appearances were novelties, like the hot summer day in 2007 when a coyote wandered into a Chicago Quiznos sub shop and jumped into the beverage cooler. Within a few years, however, coyote sightings became common in the Bronx and Manhattan. In 2021 a coyote strolled into a Los Angeles Catholic school classroom. They’re also appearing in Canadian cities.
  • Game Changer? The Convention of States Movement Is Building Momentum

    03/14/2022 5:51:32 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 63 replies ^ | March 14, 2022 | by John Green
    A large and growing number of Americans are coming to recognize that the federal government is out of control. Our national debt currently stands at over $30 trillion. Just 2 lonely Democrats stood between us and another $5 trillion in government spending. If we lined up 100-dollar bills end to end, that debt would reach to the moon and back – over 60 times! The average family of 4 is paying more interest (via their taxes) to service the national debt than they are for their own home mortgage. Our federal government behemoth now reaches into every aspect of our...
  • The Guy Who Pranked Biden With “Let’s Go Brandon” interviewed, and BAM, BAM… does not hold back… Respect!

    12/28/2021 8:13:53 AM PST · by hamburger hill · 29 replies
    The Columbia Bugle ^ | DECEMBER 27, 2021 | Fast Clips
    Steve Bannon Interviews Jared Schmeck, The Guy Who Pranked Biden With "Let's Go Brandon" [4 minute video]
  • Biden Approval Rating Falls Below Kamala Harris for First Time in Office, Per Latest Gallup Poll

    The surprising polling results come from a poll in which just over 800 randomly sampled adults were interviewed by telephone between December 1st and the 16th. The purpose of the poll was to ascertain approval and disapproval for U.S Leaders.
  • Donald Trump Unloads on the Most Recent Media Lies

    11/28/2021 2:34:18 PM PST · by hamburger hill · 9 replies
    The Rubin Report ^ | 11-26-2021 | Dave Rubin
    With each new exposure of mainstream media lies it becomes harder and harder for even liberals to not admit that he’s right. [ 5 min vid ]

    10/27/2021 10:34:59 AM PDT · by WMarshal · 42 replies ^ | March 2015 | Justice William Goodloe, Washington State Supreme Court, retired
    The ConstitutionThe Founders view of the jury as being of paramount importance in defending liberty is easily seen when examining the words of the Constitution. There are only 14 words describing freedom of speech and of the press in the Constitution. But there are 186 words describing trial by jury in the Constitution. It is guaranteed in the main body in Article 3, Section 2, Paragraph 3, and in two amendments, the Sixth and the Seventh. No other right is mentioned so frequently, three times, or has as many words devoted to it. It is plain that the Founders viewed...
  • Sherman's March

    01/11/2021 11:20:46 AM PST · by maddogtiger · 35 replies
    Richard Thompson | maddogtiger
    Not since Sherman's March has the Republic been so sullied as when the pig pelosie took the gavel to open the current House session. Sherman encourage the troops to openly rape women and children and burn everything to the ground on his March to the sea.She should burn in hell everafterward.
  • The Extremist At Dominion Voting Systems

    11/21/2020 4:52:40 AM PST · by TigerClaws · 23 replies
    Whether or not the company's machines were misused, it poses structural risks, and suppressing criticism will make Trump supporters even more dubious I It is unlikely that many of the 73 million people who cast ballots for Donald Trump in 2020 will ever accept the legitimacy of his loss. Who could convince them? If the media sources demanding Trump’s concession held any sway with Trump’s voters, they would not have been his voters. They do not know for sure that the election was stolen, but they do know with apodictic certainty that the media would lie to them if it...
  • Free Trade Isn't

    08/13/2020 6:42:19 AM PDT · by GarthVader · 13 replies
    “Free Trade” isn’t. Low tariffs combined with high taxes on domestic labor is not Free Trade. It’s Subsidized Outsourcing, subsidized destruction of our industrial base and our national character. We tax domestic manufacturing in order to pay unemployment and welfare to those who lose their jobs to foreign competition. This is an evil positive feedback loop that has been crushing our working classes since the 70s. Our core cities are turning into uncivilized war zones and our college campuses into communist indoctrination centers. But at least we are subsidizing a rising fascist superpower with a terrible environmental record.
  • Petition to the President: Overturn state limitations on size of gatherings for non-profit groups.

    The state's temporary limit on size of gatherings violates the First Amendments "Assemble Peaceably" clause. The limit on size of gatherings for religious groups violates the First Amendments "Free Exercise" clause. There is no pandemic exception to the First Amendment in the United State Constitution. People should have the freedom to choose rather or not to go to a gathering. Many of us would rather take risks that make us happy, rather than live sad because many people are scared of COVID-19. We believe that states which do not follow the United States Constitution bring confusion. Not all states have...
  • What Was the Enlightenment?

    01/01/2020 12:12:14 PM PST · by conservatism_IS_compassion · 36 replies
    Prager University ^ | 12/30/19 | Yoram Hazony
    Modern science, medicine, political freedom, the market economy—all of them, we’re told, are the result of a sort of miracle that took place 250 years ago. That miracle is called the Enlightenment, a moment in history when philosophers suddenly overthrew religious dogma and tradition and replaced it with human reason. Harvard professor Steven Pinker puts it this way: “Progress is a gift of the ideals of the Enlightenment.” There’s just one problem with this claim. It isn’t really true. Consider the U.S. Constitution, which is frequently said to be a product of Enlightenment thought. But you only need to read...
  • a more Liberty-focused and specific Constitution

    08/06/2019 12:32:26 PM PDT · by repentant_pundit · 16 replies
    United Territories of Liberty ^ | 2018 | Liberty Lifeboat Project
    Have you had enough of: U.S. Government now approaching 23 Trillion dollars in debt, and still borrowing about One Trillion more dollars every year. That’s about 3 Billion new dollars borrowed every day. Congress funding abortions with your tax dollars Government taking one-fourth of the average paycheck, while sending money to other people who refuse to work…and occasionally bailing out companies like General Motors and CIT Group, who have failed to repay billions of dollars to the taxpayers Courts forcing private business owners to fill orders that violate their ethical standards...
  • Democrats' Big Lies

    05/17/2019 6:22:25 PM PDT · by SpiderMBA · 6 replies
    SpiderMBA ^ | 6/27/2009 | SpiderMBA
    “Lest we forget at least an over the shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology and history (and who is to know where mythology leaves off and history begins - or which is which), the very first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom - Lucifer.” ― Saul Alinsky, Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals It is inconceivable to me how Democrats can lie as much as they do while pretending to believe their own lies. It's...
  • Empty cliché sparks book on 'lies' vs. God's truth

    02/28/2019 3:52:20 PM PST · by robowombat · 9 replies
    BP ^ | Thursday, February 28, 2019 ( | Tobin Perry
    Empty cliché sparks book on 'lies' vs. God's truth by Tobin Perry/Southern Baptist TEXAN, posted 7 hours ago) GRAPEVINE, Texas (BP) -- Unprecedented testing and trial confronted Shane and Kasi Pruitt in 2013. After years of dreaming about adopting a child who would one day run and play with their two daughters and maybe star on a Texas gridiron, God answered their prayers in a completely different way. God gave them Titus -- a smiling, handsome boy who doctors said would never get out of a wheelchair or communicate the way other children do. They had new routines to learn...
  • Greg Brannon Podcast: Agenda 21

    12/31/2018 10:16:08 AM PST · by liberty2020
    Your American Experiment ^ | 12/05/18 | Greg Brannon & Bill LuMaye
    Bill LuMaye: Tell me a little bit about President Bush and what he signed in regards to Agenda 21 and the UN. Greg Brannon: He signed the Rio Summit in 1992 that put all the CO2 climate control as law de facto. He needed the Senate to pass it. This is important. Treaties must be passed by US Senate. Okay? What they do is they change it to agreements or what since President- Bill LuMaye: Why did they change it to agreements? Greg Brannon: Because you don’t need the Senate to pass it. -------------------- Greg Brannon: “It has long been...
  • Ron Paul: Rough Times Ahead, But Liberty Can Still Win

    12/31/2018 10:15:56 AM PST · by liberty2020 · 1 replies
    Ron Paul Institute ^ | 12/31/18 | Ron Paul
    While Congress and the president fight over funding a border wall, they continue to ignore the coming economic tsunami caused by the approximately 22 trillion dollars (and rapidly increasing) federal debt. President Trump may not be troubled by the debt’s effect on the economy because he believes he will be out of office before it becomes a major problem. However, the crisis may come sooner than he, or most people in DC, expects. The constituency for limited government, while growing, is still far outnumbered by those wanting government to provide economic and personal security. From lower-income Americans who rely on...
  • Jeff Deist on PC and the State-Linguistic Complex

    08/11/2018 9:45:59 PM PDT · by OddLane · 3 replies
    Mises Media ^ | August 10, 2018 | Jeff Diest
    As the events of recent weeks demonstrate beyond doubt, political correctness is very real, deeply authoritarian, and wedded at the hip to progressive government. PC is not about respect or inclusivity, but rather a naked attempt to consciously manipulate language in service of progressive ends. Worst of all, PC creates an atmosphere in which we mostly censor ourselves. When libertarians like Daniel McAdams and Scott Horton find themselves de-platformed by twitter, it's time to see the "state-linguistic complex" for what it really is. Jeff Deist addresses the Federalist Society of Montgomery, Alabama, to make sense of it all.
  • Amendments Offered in Congress by James Madison June 8, 1789

    05/14/2018 9:43:12 PM PDT · by TBP · 10 replies
    Constitution Society ^ | June 8, 1789 | James Madison
    First. That there be prefixed to the Constitution a declaration, that all power is originally vested in, and consequently derived from, the people. That Government is instituted and ought to be exercised for the benefit of the people; which consists in the enjoyment of life and liberty, with the right of acquiring and using property, and generally of pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety. That the people have an indubitable, unalienable, and indefeasible right to reform or change their Government, whenever it be found adverse or inadequate to the purposes of its institution. Secondly. That in article 1st, section 2,...