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In March of this year, Rep. Mike Rogers (R-AL) introduced HR1205: American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2015, which was assigned to a congressional committee. The bill would effectively end the united States’ membership in the United Nations, but why is there no push to advance it forward? “The U.N. continues

Perhaps now we know what was behind the timing of the most recent scandal for Bernie Sanders – concerning improper access to a Democratic database by members of staff. Ahead of the Democratic debates coming up this Saturday, it seems that Sen. Sanders is now planning to take Hillary to

It’s important that the people know who sold them out on the infamous and very anti-American and unconstitutional spending bill. We aren’t just going to give you the numbers, we’re going to name them. We want you to pass along the information in social media groups, but also in your

Recent media reports out of Russia have found that Donald Trump has earned at least one major endorsement that no one saw coming… the Vladimir Putin endorsement. While Putin (and most world leaders) usually don’t “endorse” specific candidates in political campaigns, the Russian leader came about as close as can

I confess that there is some concern I have about whether or not an actual fence would keep out those crossing our southern border. I confess that the added expense of manning that fence at several mile increments also concerns me about costs and debt, considering we have no actual

Well, I’m glad people who supported the Romney/Ryan ticket are seeing exactly what some of us tried to warn about, and that is that House Speaker Paul Ryan is neither Constitutional nor is he a small government representative. The $1 trillion, 2000 page plus Omnibus bill that is passing the

Folks, I have a real treat for you today. This is a video that you are going to want to watch, enjoy, then share with all of your friends. By now we’ve all been forced to listen to some silly liberal trying to defend President Obama’s naïve and supercilious attempt

During last night’s presidential debate, contender Donald Trump casually disregarded Jeb Bush’s comments about Islam left Mr. Bush stuttering to defend himself. Mr. Trump listening to Mr. Bush’s reply (1:22) In an incident reminiscent of the “flip-flop” criticism used by former President George W. Bush against John Kerry in 2004, Mr.

“The Middle East was better off with Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi in power.” Those words are from Republican presidential candidate and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. But is he right? What do the numbers show in the years since the Iraq war? This is a Reality Check you won’t see

Editor’s Note: Both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are constitutionally inelligible. It doesn’t matter if you like what they say or even do. It matters what the constitutional qualifications are, and these two men do not meet the natural born citizen qualification. Let’s begin by saying this debate was not