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Republicans (Especially in California), It’s Time to Get Audacious

Arthur Schaper, About three weeks ago, I read the following article by John Seiler: Advice for California Republicans: Audacity! Audacity! Always Audacity! Finally, someone is reading my mind, sharing my sentiments. I would have made one change to the title: “Advice for All Republicans.” The California Republican Party (and I would submit the RNC as

Trump Should Look to the States for Successful Law and Order Policies

Pat Nolan, This column is co-authored by Senator Michael Hough. Donald Trump has adopted “law and order” as a main theme for his campaign. He makes it clear that his main concern is violent crime. Violent, dangerous criminals should be in prison, and the cost of incarcerating them is money well spent. However, the net of

Stop fanning the flames of violence against cops

Bryce Reeves, America’s elected officials have long been a source of inspiration and hope for our own people and millions of others across the globe. For more than 240 years, politicians in our country have given voice to our collective joys while addressing some of our deepest fears. Their words matter. The men and women

Obama Signs Bill Banning Government Use of ˜Negro,’ ˜Oriental’

Breitbart – by Jerome Hudson President Barack Obama signed a bill into law Friday banning the federal government from using the terms “Negro” and “Oriental,” making the official terms African-American and Asian-American. The measure, H.R.4238, was an amendment to the Local Public Works Capital Development and Investment Act of 1976 to modernize terms relating to minorities. The

Tea Party appears poised for big victories in Texas run-offs

 Texas conservatives are hoping to win two major Republican run-off elections on Tuesday, for lieutenant governor and attorney general, underscoring the Tea Party’s enduring influence in the state. Those two races were left undecided after no single candidate crossed the 50 percent threshold in the March 4 Republican primary, setting the stage for what has

Texas gun store sign: ˜I like my guns like Obama likes his voters undocumented’

Guns.com – by Brent McCluskey The marquee of a Texas gun store reads: “I like my guns like Obama likes his voters undocumented.” Tactical Firearms owner Jeremy Alcede realizes some people don’t appreciate the new slogan, but says it’s meant to be a joke, FOX reports.   Tactical Firearms changes the message on the marquee

MSNBC Defends State Senator Who Told Gun Rights Activist œGo F**k Yourself

Ailing network attacks Infowars correspondent for asking real questions  MSNBC host Chris Hayes rushed to defend Rhode Island State Senator Josh Miller (D) after he told a gun rights activist “go fuck yourself,” laying the blame instead on Infowars correspondent Dan Bidondi for daring to ask real questions of public officials. Labeling Miller’s outburst “absolutely

State Senator’s Response to Second Amendment Concerns: œGo F**k Yourself

Pro-gun control Rep. Josh Miller in foul-mouthed retort Pro-gun control State Senator Josh Miller (D) has a message for second amendment advocates who are concerned the legislation he is backing would turn them into criminals; “Go fuck yourself”. Infowars correspondent Dan Bidondi approached Miller and other lawmakers at the Rhode Island State House where a

Fighting Back: Tennessee Bill Will Ban Obamacare at State Line

Britney Logan,   More and more states are throwing their hat in the ring to fight the economic catastrophe that is Obamacare. South Carolina, Georgia, Missouri, and others all have legislation either passed or soon-to-be passed that will effectively outlaw the Affordable Care Act in their states. Tennessee joined the fight just a few days ago

Defending Second Amendment Based Livelihood: Gun Dealers Need to “Wake Up”

Katie Pavlich,  “Retailers Need to Wake Up,” Director of Government Relations and State Affairs at National Shooting Sports Foundation Jake McGuigan said during a grassroots seminar at the 2014 SHOT Show Tuesday morning. “It’s not political, it’s our livelihood and our constitutional right.” Anti-gun politicians throughout the country have done everything possible over the past

Nearly 100 Lawmakers Descend on Mount Vernon to Talk Convention of States – Updated

  Close to 100 legislators from 32 states met in Mount Vernon, Va., Saturday to discuss the possibility of adding amendments to the U.S. Constitution through a convention of the states. Such a convention, as outlined in article five of the Constitution, would allow state legislatures to vote on amendments to add. Opened & closed