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  • George Washington
    A presidential farewell
    On September 19, 1796, President George Washington bid farewell to the people of the United States with respect to being their first president. Having led the young nation through its struggle for independence, the establishment of its government...
  • Senator Rand Paul
    Is Rand Paul now the Republican frontrunner?
    Rand Paul has long been considered a long shot to gain the Republican nomination for president. His views on national security and civil liberties put him at odds with much of the conservative base of the GOP, while his views on social issues don...
  • Rick Santorum
    Ten reasons not to vote for Rick Santorum
    Rick Santorum has joined the ever growing field of Republicans who are seeking the nomination for president in 2016. He is a former senator from the very important swing state of Pennsylvania and has wide ranging appeal among conservative...
  • Senator Ted Cruz
    Ten reasons to not vote for Senator Ted Cruz
    Senator Ted Cruz was the first Republican to officially announce his campaign to run for the presidency in 2016. Since coming onto the national stage he has been a very high profile and outspoken member of the Senate and has very strong name...
  • Inauguration of George Washington
    Inauguration of George Washington
    On April 30, 1789, George Washington took the oath of office to become the very first President of the United States. Located at the corner of Wall and Broad Streets in New York City, Federal Hall played host to this historic occasion as a...
  • Malik Obama: ‘Barack is dishonest and a schemer’
    Malik Obama: ‘Barack is dishonest and a schemer’
    Ever since President Barack Obama was elected president, many have wondered who Obama really is and what he stands for. Undisclosed and unreported to the mainstream media, Joel Gilbert, who produced the film, “Dreams From My Real Father: A...
  • Carly Fiorina
    Carly Fiorina to announce presidential candidacy
    Carly Fiorina announced on April 22 that she is going to announce that she’s going to run for president. Fiorina, who is the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, will seek the Republican nomination in a ever growing, and soon to be crowded, field....
  • Governor Chris Christie
    Governor Chris Christie says he would not allow marijuana if elected president
    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has made it clear once more that he believes the government should control the marijuana trade. On Hugh Hewitt’s radio show on Tuesday he said that he would “crack down and not permit it” if he...
  • Rand Paul wastes no time going after Hillary Clinton
    Rand Paul wastes no time going after Hillary Clinton
    Republicans aren’t wasting any time pouncing on Hillary Clinton’s candidacy. The latest ‘pouncer’ is none other than newly declared presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY). He made the tour of Sunday talk shows and...
  • Temptation of Booth
    A not so Good Friday
    On November9, 1863, John T. Ford opened the 1,500-seatFord's Theatre in Washington, D.C., having leased out the previously abandoned First Baptist Church to do so. One of the first leading men to appear there was family friend John Wilkes...
  • Hillary Clinton is a doer
    Essay on Hillary for President
    Need a champion, she says she is it.When America had an opportunity to elect Hillary Clinton president in 2008, the nation blew it and picked Barack Obama instead. Why did we do that? Well, we want to demonstrate that an African American can...
  • Pastor Terry Jones
    Book burning pastor Terry Jones is running for president
    The political world has been abuzz lately with both pseudo-Libertarian Rand Paul and ultra-conservative darling Ted Cruz confirming their candidacies for president next year. There is another candidate who threw his hat into the ring this week,...
  • Government gone wild
    . . . of kings, dynasties, dictators and legacies
    The remarkable experiment in government called the United States, had its beginning on July 4, 1776, when the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence, and has lasted some 238 years. We will celebrate its 239th birthday this...
  • Reagan minutes before an assassination attempt
    On this day in history March 30 1981 Reagan shot survives assassination attempt
    Journalists are remembering the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan's life 34 years ago on Monday, March 30, 1981. On that day, as Reagan was exiting the Washington Hilton hotel he was bombarded by six bullets from a young...
  • U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) speaks at a rally
    What the Constitution says about Ted Cruz (page 2)
    Our Naturalization LawsOn another side, there are our naturalization laws. The Naturalization Act of 1790 (enacted just after the Constitution was ratified) states: "The children of citizens of the United States that may be born beyond Sea,...
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