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Trump not a big fan of Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments

Civil asset forfeiture is the power of government to seize property suspected of being produced by, or involved in, criminal activity based only on the suspicion of such activity, even before being charged or convicted of a crime. There is…

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Interesting legal theory

This article puts forth an interesting legal theory, though I’m not sure it’s applicable. The novel legal theory revolves around whether President Trump’s executive order on sanctuary cities is unconstitutional. I’m betting this theory fails. In the article, Damon Root brings up the original Obamacare lawsuit, otherwise known as National Federation of Independent Business v. […]

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Dishonest media strikes again

The dishonest media is doing its best to whip the nation into a frenzy by not reporting the contents of President Trump’s EO accurately. Democrats are doing everything possible to keep the public misinformed. Kamala Harris, who replaced Barbara Boxer as the junior senator from California, is protesting President Trump’s EO that temporarily bans Muslims […]

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Trump’s inauguration speech: The rise of FDR and the fall of Reagan

Many times, inauguration speeches have been memorable for the way they communicate the vision and hope of the new president for America. And while Trump’s address contained a few memorable lines, as a whole it was, as Ben Shapiro would observe, “…a populist brew of government interventionism, patriotic rhetoric, law and order toughness, protectionist economics, and isolationist foreign policy. It was politically brilliant, and it had little to do with conservatism.”

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Trump children setting policy, running Washington and lining their pockets

Two weeks ago I wrote a piece about the ethical conflicts facing president-elect Trump between his role as president, and how he is using it to benefit his businesses and his children who run them. But recent news about his…

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Crony Capitalist Mike Pence does convincing George W. Bush impersonation

  It turns out that Vice President-elect Mike Pence is an extremely talented individual. For instance, did you know he can do a pretty convincing impression of George w. Bush? Not bad. In fact, pretty darn good. Unfortunately for America…

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Republicans are the epitome of Einstein’s definition of insanity

There’s an old axiom often attributed to Albert Einstein about the definition of insanity, which you’ve probably heard before, and it goes like this: “Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” While the tongue-in-cheek definition…

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Tucker Carlson: FNC superstar

I’ve always enjoyed watching conservatives debate progressives. I especially appreciate it when the progressive hasn’t thought things through. Fortunately, that happens relatively frequently. A great case-in-point was when Tucker Carlson debated Alex Uematsu, a student protest organizer attending Rutgers University, about immigration policy. Thanks to this mismatch, the progressives’ immigration policies were exposed as intellectually […]

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FNS, Dems in disarray edition

This past Sunday, Chris Wallace’s panel broke things down beautifully why Hillary Clinton lost. One of the eye-popping exchanges came when Chris Wallace asked “You know, George, one of the things that, and we’ve been around too long probably, we shouldn’t tell people that, but one of the things I’m always amused by is at […]

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Obamacare lies, damned lies, and statistics

Almost a week ago, I wrote about how the Democrats were tripping over themselves in an effort to defend the free-market-busting bridge to a single-payer, government-run health care system passed into law under the Orwellian-sounding title of the Affordable Care…

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And now the bad news, Obamacare working as planned

As Obamacare continues to make headlines due to exploding premiums and insurance companies dropping out, Democrats are stumbling all over themselves to defend the free-market-busting bridge to a single-payer, government-run healthcare system. Actually, as you’ll see below, calling it a…

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Millennials okay if America becomes like Russia or China

As Vladimir Putin continues to flex his communist muscles in the Baltic states as he aggressively works to rebuild the former Soviet Union, and China moves ever closer to seizing complete control of the South China Sea with the construction…

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One More Great Reason Not To Buy Anything Here Ever Again

Ahh,the overpriced coffee everyone loves to hate! I remember when I used to take my escrow checks when I closed deals to my bank to deposit them. It was located right next to…a Starbucks. My ritual was to walk in after I finished my banking and celeb… . . . → Read More: One More Great Reason Not To Buy Anything Here Ever Again

Paul Ryan caves to “no-fly/no-buy” Democrats

I know this might sound a bit crude, but the Orlando massacre by an Islamic extremist, who purchased his guns legally, has become the perfect fundraising tool for the anti-Constitution Progressives, as we witnessed during last week’s no-fly/no-buy 60s-styled sit-in…

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Another Supreme Court decision: Yes to abortion drugs, no to religious liberty

Fresh off their unconstitutional ruling striking down the Tenth Amendment right for the state of Texas to regulate abortion facilities and the doctors who perform the “medical” procedure, the Supreme Court took another swipe at the Constitution in the name…

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June 26, 2016: Anniversary of same-sex marriage and the LGBT war on Christianity

Man! Time sure flies when you’re having fun. Believe it or not, yesterday was the one-year anniversary of the Obergefell v. Hodges landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that essentially, and unconstitutionally, legalized same-sex marriage. And with their long-fought…

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Liberals: Let’s void Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments so we can void Second

In the days following last weekend’s massacre in Orlando, Progressive Liberals (PL) have been working overtime to find new and creative ways to strip us of our constitutional right to own a gun. I intentionally used the words Progressive Liberal…

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Orlando: a matter of perspective

This weekend has been a banner weekend for progressive stupidity. I wrote this article to highlight E-Democracy’s anti-Christian bigotry. This morning, E-Democracy was upping the ante, saying in this tweet “Franklin Graham to bring program of hate to State Capital next Thursday. Later this morning, E-Democracy posted this tweet, saying “The Tampa LGBT Murders: http://bit.ly/1YkK75B” […]

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Donald Trump’s dictatorship of the proletariat

In an interview with Joshua Green of Bloomberg Politics, Bernie Sanders was asked what changes he would bring to the Democrat party if he were to be elected president. Using the talking points we’ve come to expect from the self-proclaimed…

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What do “transgender” and “Redskins” have in common? Newspeak!

In today’s politically-correct world, New York City fines employers and landlords up to $250,000 for using the wrong pronouns when referring to sexually-confused individuals–the so-called transgendered. Under the law, he/him/his and she/here/hers must be replaced with made-up words like ze…

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