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The judicial emergency consuming our sovereignty and security

  In this episode of The Conservative Conscience, Daniel rounds up all of this week’s CR content on how the courts are destroying America. Despite the fact that judges have demonstrated they will stop at nothing to enact their social…

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11th Commandment of judicial tyrants: Thou shalt not criticize a judge

  In this episode of The Conservative Conscience, Daniels observes how so many conservatives are more concerned about Trump’s criticism of judicial tyranny than … the judicial tyranny itself. Moreover, that behavior seems to be embodied by Neil Gorsuch, which…

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Neil Gorsuch: Next Antonin Scalia . . . or next Anthony Kennedy?

In typical reality show fashion, Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals to fill the open seat on the Supreme Court made vacant by the death of Antonin Scalia last year. According to Trump, this…

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Trump is president. What’s next?

  Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Android | RSS The big day has arrived. Republicans now have possession of the ball. But does that mean we have already scored? Absolutely not! Now is when the work begins. In this episode…

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Sen. Schumer: Trump’s rival?

Years ago, the joke was that the most dangerous place to be in Washington, DC was between Sen. Schumer and either a microphone or a TV camera. The truth is that he’s a politician with an oversized ego (by politicians’ standards) who’s about to get trampled by a guy with a 140-character megaphone. Sen. Schumer […]

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Obama will appoint Garland

After reading this Washington Times article, there’s little doubt in my mind that President Obama will appoint Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court. First, the article says “Mr. Obama’s moment will come just before noon, in the five minutes that the Senate gavels the 114th Congress out of session and the time the 115th Congress […]

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9th Circuit Court rules against Second Amendment . . . again

Yesterday I wrote a piece about how Obama was taking one last shot before leaving office at voiding our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms by submitting the UN Arms Trade Treaty to the Senate for ratification and…

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Tim Kaine: Democrats will nuke the filibuster to fill Supreme Court

In a presidential year where the two individuals representing the Democrat and Republican parties are equally reprehensible, many of my readers and listeners are still unsure about what to do when it comes to casting their vote for president. Those…

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McCain uses Supreme Court vacancies to bait Conservatives

If we’ve learned anything this election season, it’s how the inside-the-beltway establishment RINOs within the Republican party have targeted the conservative base for elimination. We need look no further than the hijacking of the Republican National Convention by the party…

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Judge dismisses anti-gun lawsuit but the war on our rights continues

On December 14, 2012, 20-year-old Adam Lanza fatally shot 20 children between the ages of six-years-old and seven-years-old along with six adult staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Prior to the school shootings, Lanza had also murdered his mother.…

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Donald Trump, abortion, and the Supreme Court lie

In my article yesterday, I wrote about how Trump’s war on the GOP could lead to a sweep by Hillary Clinton and the Democrats in November, giving them not only the White House, but the House of Representatives and the…

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Trump war on GOP guarantees Democrat sweep in November

Throughout the presidential campaign, supporters of Donald Trump have argued that anyone who doesn’t vote for him is voting for Hillary. Besides the obvious error of calling the election a binary choice, Trump’s supporters have actually provided a few reasons…

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Striking down Obama’s climate legacy has its day in court

President Obama’s flagship policy on climate change had its day in court on Tuesday, September 27, before the full D.C. Appeals Court. The international community is closely watching; most Americans, however, are unaware of the historic case known as the…

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Sweet Cakes by Melissa closed for good by Gay Mafia

In 2013, years before the Obergefell v .Hodges Supreme Court decision that made same-sex marriage the so-called “law of the land,” a small family owned and operated bakery in Oregon refused to bake a wedding cake for a lesbian wedding…

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Gay Mafia snuffs out Constitution and Chief Justice Roy Moore

As Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton continue to demonstrate how far America has fallen morally and Constitutionally, forces outside of government continue to take advantage of our decline using activist judges to do what they’ve been unsuccessful in doing under…

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Why Grudem is wrong about the Supreme Court as a basis for voting for Trump

(Guest Commentary) Mike Farris – Citizens for Self-Governance – Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies, co-founder of the Convention of States Project Wayne Grudem’s argument (It is a morally valid choice to vote for Donald Trump) is largely based on his…

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Lindsey Graham is putting the band (Gang of Eight) back together

When the Supreme Court wasn’t ruling against the First and Tenth Amendments last month, they actually managed to get one thing right in the United States v. Texas immigration case. As a result of their 4-4 vote, a lower court…

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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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The Texas abortion case, Kermit Gosnell and Donald Trump

To no one’s surprise, at least not mine, the Supreme Court voted 5-3 to strike down a set of Texas regulations intended to protect the health of women who make the “choice” to murder their unborn babies. The state of…

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Supreme Court: Unregulated abortion more important than women’s health

The Supreme Court struck down a Texas abortion law in a 5-3 decision today. The Court held that state law enacted to regulate safety requirements for abortion procedures is unconstitutional because it might restrict women’s access to abortions, even though…

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