The “Basket of Deplorables” election revolution

The so-called Basket of Deplorables and the millions of forgotten people, who were either left behind or unemployed during the “economic recovery,” led Tuesday’s election day revolution. The deplorables voted for Donald Trump for president because: Trump led the revolution against the Establishment Republican and Democratic parties, who continued to maintain the status quo with respect to globalization, regardless of the unlevel playing field in trade, jobs and lack of international respect for America, which was in sharp...

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Supreme Court should review individual contraception mandate, not just Corporate mandate

The Supreme Court agreed to take the Case of Hobby Lobby and another corporation, who say their religious rights are being violated by forcing them to pay for their employees contraceptives and abortifacients. Obamacare is actually making those who pay for uninsured people’s premiums, which includes contraceptives. If contraception is against our beliefs, aren’t we as individuals also losing our religious freedom? Religious freedom doesn’t just stop at the church door on Sundays. It is practiced in everyday life. The...

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UN treaty signed to prevent weapons going to terrorist, too late to stop terrorists from stealing U.S. weapons in Benghazi or Mexico!

Secretary of State John Kerry signed a controversial U.N. treaty today that critics believe opens the U.S. to international interference and could serve as a basis to threaten U.S. Second Amendment rights. Excerpt: Kerry said … responsible nations should have control systems that reduce the risk that conventional arms transfers will be used “to carry out the world’s worst crimes, including those involving terrorism, and serious human rights violations.” Kerry also said: … that the United States looks forward to...

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Modesto College stops student from passing out copies of the Constitution on Constitution Day

Security at Modesto Junior College in California, where else, stops student from passing out copies of the Constitution in front of the student center on Constitution day. I kid you not! Excerpt: Robert Van Tuinen captured his furious, but civil, confrontation with the officer and campus administration on video and posted it on YouTube. First, security told the student he could only hand out copies of the constitution in the free speech area of the campus, and was then told by an administrator in the Student Development and Campus Life office...

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Senator Obama,”President doesn’t have power to unilaterally attack Iran”

President Obama is more than willing to attack Syria unilaterally, without approval of Congress or even the UN to prove his credibility to the world, once he threatened that Assad’s use of WMDs would cross a red line in the sand. However, the response made by “Senator” Obama on December 20, 2007 to a reporter’s question as to what circumstances would the president (Bush) have the constitutional authority to bomb Iran without first seeking authorization from Congress, says it all. Excerpt: “The President does not have...

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