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Why They Protest

Kevin McCullough, Dear Special Snowflakes, I wanted to take a minute to write you specifically, so that you would know that your feelings matter to me. I know the past week or so have been really super, incredibly, terribly, horribly hard for you. You believed that Hillary Clinton would finally break that non-existent glass ceiling

Obama: God-Given Rights ‘Was a Radical Idea’

Terry Jeffrey, President Barack Obama affirmed this week that the Declaration of Independence recognizes that “individual human beings” have “God-given rights.” Yet, he insisted this was a “radical idea” at the time of the founding. Were he right — which he is not — history would see it as one radical idea Obama did not

The Founding Fathers Followed These 9 Simple Steps When They Created America

Jane Hampton Cook, The Federalist Here’s what the Founders’ path to writing the Constitution can teach us about how to accomplish our typically much humbler pursuits. Let’s face it: sometimes history seems irrelevant. We’re living in a modern technological wonderland of smart phones, Direct TV on airplanes, and online shopping. Yet what makes history both

Parties Change. Not Always For The Better.

Jeff Jacoby, Opinion “I’m worried,” George W. Bush reportedly told a recent gathering of former aides and advisers, “that I will be the last Republican president.” Like many other mainstream conservatives and Republicans, he fears that the ascendancy of Donald Trump will prove so toxic to the party’s future that it may spell the end of

Alexander Hamilton’s warning to 2016 voters

Washington Post – by Joe Scarborough One may have to go all the way back to the founding of the United States to find a time when the established economic and political order was as threatened politically as Wall Street financiers, party leaders and Washington insiders find themselves today. In the years following the Declaration of

A conservative millennial’s guide to surviving the 2016 election

Caleb Parke, We’ve all been there – a newly formed friendship quickly crumbles at the mention of the 2016 election. As a conservative living in New York City, when someone asks the innocent question, “So who are you voting for?” I give my humble, unwanted answer, but it inevitably ends in anger and frustration. How

The Story Behind The Most Insidious Rothschild Dynasty Conspiracy Theory

Business Insider – by Lucas Kawa Hailed as the pioneers of modern finance, the Rothschilds have amassed an incredible fortune that has lasted for centuries. The family’s vast wealth and secrecy have also made it a target of countless conspiracy theories. If you believe everything you read, the Rothschilds have facilitated the assassination of multiple

Plan for Woman on $10 Bill in Question as Hamilton Fans Lobby

The debate over Alexander Hamilton’s place on the $10 bill is turning into a saga that may be worthy of its own stage production. The hit musical “Hamilton” provoked a wave of interest in the man who established the U.S. financial system and whose face has long decorated the note. That’s propelled a concerted effort

Amend the Constitution to control federal spending

George Will  From the Goldwater Institute, the fertile frontal lobe of the conservative movement’s brain, comes an innovative idea that is gaining traction in Alaska, Arizona and Georgia, and its advocates may bring it to at least 35 other state legislatures. It would use the Constitution’s Article V to move the nation back toward the

State Militia Of We The People

Modern Survival Blog – by Ken Jorgustin Regarding the 13,000 MRAPs being distributed to and by DHS, those should LAWFULLY be going instead to each state for their Militias. That’s 260 MRAP’s for each state’s militia to train on and to use when necessary to defend the state, the country. We need to call EVERYONE in congress (senate

Constitution of the United States Articles III.,IV,V.,VI. and VII.

Article III. Section. 1.The judicial Power of the United States shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. The Judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behaviour, and shall, at stated Times, receive