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The California Democratic Party: The Ghost of Confederates Past

Arthur Schaper, Republican Donald Trump is our new President. Barring any shenanigans from the Electoral College, 306 electors will have cast their ballots for a pro-American, pro-business, anti-globalist conservative dedicated to protecting our freedoms. Not everyone in the Union is happy. Democratic strongholds have vowed to resist the Trump Administration at every turn. California and

No More Wasted Votes, Poisoned Elections

Paul Jacob, Who to blame for the Trump win? I mean, who to praise? What do I mean? The blamers are out in force, of course. Hillary Clinton’s concession speech was barely uttered before the Twitterstorm was unleashed upon those who voted for the Green and Libertarian Party presidential candidates. And at least one blogger

Donald Trump’s Campaign Draws Dedicated Followers

Dale “Boomer” Ranney can get in Donald Trump’s face like almost no one else. She has nudged her way to the front of 21 of his rallies, passing up book after book, photo after photo for him to autograph, finding success some 66 times. He smiles at her in recognition now. Ranney is not only

Principle, Federalism, and Passion: GOP Needs All Three to Win and Govern

Ken Blackwell, Donald Trump continues to lead the Republican presidential contest. Ted Cruz continues to gain ground against the frontrunner. John Kasich continues as the outside chance in the race. The eventual Republican nominee needs to take something from all three candidates to win. Forget the personalities for a moment, hard as that might be.

Autism’ Reported as Vaccine Side Effect, FDA Insert Shows

Adan Salazar, Discontinued vaccine contained thimerosal, aluminum and formaldehyde. A vaccine insert available via the US Food and Drug Administration website lists “autism” as one of many reported severe adverse side effects. Sanofi Pasteur’s whooping cough vaccine Tripedia, which was designed to be administered in five doses between six weeks and seven years of age,

7 Ways Hunters Can Combat The Anti-Hunting, Death-Threatening Lunatics

Doug Giles  This past week, Facebook removed a page dedicated to the death of a Texas Tech cheerleader named Kendall Jones. The page was titled,“Kill Kendall Jones”. Charming, eh? Why did 300-400 people want to kill Kendall? Are y’all ready? Are you sitting down? It was because Miss Jones legally hunts animals that aren’t endangered,

10-Year Time-Lapse Video Of The 9/11 Memorial Museum Construction Is Truly Awesome

 Within days of the collapse of the Twin Towers, Earthcam founder and CEO Brian Cury installed a webcam at the site. Cury said at the time that he wanted the families of the victims — and the world — to see the determination of the first responders and others working at Ground Zero. Via Mashable:

NATO Terrorists to Target Syria’s Civilian Airports

Image: Aleppo International Airport (Wikipedia). With dozens of dedicated military airbases and airfields to choose from, NATO-backed terrorists have decided instead to target Syria’s two main civilian airports, not because of military or defensive objectives, but to terrorize Syria’s population, undermine the government politically, and paralyze civilian infrastructure. This unconscionable act of blatant terrorism will