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The 9/11 Terror Bill and Its GOP Opponents

In the wake of revelations that there were 28 pages from the official 9/11 Commission Report that were deemed classified and “too sensitive for release,” some members of Congress have sponsored multiple bills to make it possible for citizens of the U.S. and their families to sue foreign governments for aiding terrorism on U.S. soil. … Continue reading “The 9/11 Terror Bill and Its GOP Opponents”

What Are Sanctuary Cities, and Why Does Donald Trump Keep Talking About Them?

There has been much discussion about immigration, both legal and illegal, by candidates in the 2016 presidential race, especially on the Republican side. In fact, one could be tempted to say that the issue was nearly single-handedly responsible for the withdrawal of Florida Senator Marco Rubio — the child of legal Cuban immigrants — from … Continue reading “What Are Sanctuary Cities, and Why Does Donald Trump Keep Talking About Them?”

What Would a Justice Department Indictment of Hillary Clinton Look Like?

As the presidential race plods along from caucus to primary, the Democratic frontrunner, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is on track to capture her party’s nomination. Growing more and more confident by the day of victory, she has pooh-poohed suggestions that past flip-flops or improprieties could come back to haunt her between now and … Continue reading “What Would a Justice Department Indictment of Hillary Clinton Look Like?”

Ted Nugent’s Greatest Political Hits

It’s been said that Ted Nugent is someone who divides people into two camps: you either love him or you hate him. To those who love him, Ted is one of the standard bearers of the conservative cause. Pro-Second Amendment rights, anti-welfare, anti-Obama and in favor of smaller government, “The Nuge” has never been one … Continue reading “Ted Nugent’s Greatest Political Hits”

What Do Donald Trump’s Chances Look Like in the General Election?

As the Republican presidential primary season closes in on its final stretch, the inevitability of Donald Trump winning the GOP nomination edges closer and closer. Assuming that Trump does get the nomination, what happens then? How will he fare in the general election against likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton? While Trump has already said that … Continue reading “What Do Donald Trump’s Chances Look Like in the General Election?”

Some of Hollywood Now Supporting Trump

As Donald Trump inches closer to the Republican nomination, the number of players in Hollywood who have openly come out in support of him or given him their endorsement is growing. A year ago, this was far from the case. In fact, weak support has only recently given way to more obvious backing from both … Continue reading “Some of Hollywood Now Supporting Trump”

Socialism Begins in America with $15/Hr Minimum Wage

The battle between the left and right continues to grow hotter this election cycle. The Bernie Sanders movement and their strong push for increased socialism in America has highlighted a large number of arguments, mostly based on ideas of economic equality and fairness. While many frightening propositions have come from this group, the scariest is … Continue reading “Socialism Begins in America with $15/Hr Minimum Wage”

Why North Korea Needs More Attention From Us Now

The year 2016 has been a busy one for North Korea and one that should be much more than a blip on the radar for U.S. leaders and citizens concerned about the very real threat a nuclear North Korea represents. In fact, since January of 2016, North Korea has made both subtle and overt threats … Continue reading “Why North Korea Needs More Attention From Us Now”

Cruz and Kasich Team Up To Stop Trump: Too Little and Too Late?

Donald Trump continues to move closer to accumulating sufficient victories and delegates to claim the Republican nomination for president. In a recent effort to prevent this from happening, his two remaining opponents concocted and announced a strategy this week that took analysts somewhat by surprise. Ted Cruz and John Kasich coordinated their campaign strategies and decided … Continue reading “Cruz and Kasich Team Up To Stop Trump: Too Little and Too Late?”

Term Limits – A Dangerous Freedom

Political pundits and Washington insiders from both sides of the aisle differ on many things, but almost all agree on one undeniable truth – 2016 is a year dominated by the outsider. Hillary Clinton may win the general election but it won’t be because she isn’t pushed to the limit by forces she probably didn’t … Continue reading “Term Limits – A Dangerous Freedom”


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