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  • Netanyahu speech ro Congress brings vermin out of woodwork
    Netanyahu speech to Congress brings vermin out of shadows
    Today Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a painfully honest speech to Congress, warning the United States that any deal that allows an Iranian nuclear program is a direct threat to Israel's existence. Netanyahu warned that any deal...
  • Republicans start to renege on numerous promises
    Republicans start to renege on numerous promises
    No sooner had Republicans taken the oath of office this January, after winning enough seats last November to take control of both the Senate and the House, than the elitist leadership of the Party began to act as if they are not on the record...
  • U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York Loretta Lynch
    Obama nominee for Attorney General Loretta Lynch gains Senate committee support
    President Obama’s nominee for a successor for U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has today gained the support of the Senate Judiciary committee, opening the door for her likely confirmation by the full Senate in the coming two weeks. Several...
  • Barack Obama
    Shocking survey reveals how many Americans think Obama doesn't love America
    After former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani made comments questioning whether President Obama loved America, the high profiled Republican was hit with negative backlash. To see if Giuliani's comments ring true across the country, a new...
  • ECOPOLITICS
    California Dems push E.U. energy poverty
    All "green renewable" energy mandates implemented in pursuit of "social justice" or the progressive “war on carbon” cost more -- from groceries, to grid, to gas tank. Early, aggressive adopters of renewable mandates...
  • Republican Joseph Rainey
    Republican Joseph Rainey was the first black member of the US House
    Born a slave on June 21, 1832 inGeorgetown,South Carolina, Joseph Hayne Rainey was the son of Edward L. and Grace Rainey. Joseph’s racial nationality was a mixture of African and French. Edward worked as a barber, having obtained permission...
  • Guiliani is under fire from Democrats after he questioned Obama's patriotism
    Giuliani under fire for questioning Obama's patriotism and love for America
    Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani caused an uproar from Democrats following his remarks questioning President Barack Obama's patriotism at a private dinner in New York City on Wednesday evening, Feb. 18, 2015. Giuliani faced a backlash from...
  • Rand Paul for president
    How to lose the Presidency
    If you want lose the presidency in the USA, all that you must do is to align with a minority group that is offensive to most everyone else.Say that you are a libertarian -- that will land you 11% of the voters.http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank...
  • Boehner told Fox News he is willing to let funding for DHS expire
    Boehner willing to let DHS funding expire to force Democrats on immigration
    Although the Republican leadership promised not government shut downs, Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boehner, R-OH let it be known on his Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015 appearance on Fox News Sunday that he is willing to let funding expire...
  • Tea Party Stopped the Communist Take Over of the USA in 2010
    Tea Party Stopped the Communist Take Over of the USA in 2010
    Tea Party Stopped the Communist Take Over of the USA in 2010According to Trevor Loudon, it was the spontaneous Tea Party Movement which “came out of nowhere” that stopped the total takeover of the United States. This was the conclusion...
  • Hillary Clinton
    Philadelphia to host 2016 Democratic Convention
    Philadelphia to host 2016 Democratic conventionThis morning, the Democratic National party has announced that Philadelphia will host the 2016 Democratic convention beating out other finalists New York and Columbus Ohio. Democratic National...
  • Women's Rights
    SB 116: Will Senator Pierce and Democrats vote against women's rights?
    On Thursday of this week, SB 116 will be voted on by the entire New Hampshire Senate. This is the bill that repeals the current law requiring a pistol license to concealed carry in the state. SB 116 was voted “Ought To Pass” by the...
  •  Passed but vetoed or passed and signed, it can go either way for now
    Passed but vetoed or passed and signed, it can go either way for now
    House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy told reporters this week that next week the House will take up the Keystone pipeline as passed by the Senate and send it to the president's desk; the House of Representatives approved Keystone XL in January...
  • Washington Redskins
    Democrats pushing bill that would force the Redskins to change their team name
    The debate over what is and is not offensive is something that has expanded over the years. Citing the racial history of the term, a Democratic sponsored bill aims to change the Washington Redskins name.The NFL franchise, the Washington Redskins,...
  • Obama going it alone as lame duck
    Obama going it alone as lame duck
    Where is the president these days? He rarely calls and seldom mentions Congress. So where are the political allies he claims are on Capitol Hill? There seems to be less chemistry with his own party than that with the RepublicansThe GOP, coming off...