Harry Reid Skates…Again


Like the FBI's refusal to charge Hillary Clinton with violating federal law, the Federal Election Commission has decided not punish Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid for violating election laws – all because it isn’t worth the money. At issue was a fundraising memo Reid's team did for 2014 Nevada lieutenant gubernatorial candidate Lucy Flores, who lost in … Continue reading Harry Reid Skates…Again

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All Hail, Queen Hillary as History Repeats


Soon, we shall see the coronation of Queen Hillary. With the recent release of the Democratic National Committee emails by Wikileaks, showing that the DNC favored Clinton over Bernie Sanders, it is easy to see that her rise to the status of nomination is the product of a rigged and corrupt system. Further advancing the … Continue reading All Hail, Queen Hillary as History Repeats

‘Best Practices’ and ‘Collaboration’


A confidential Department of Justice (DOJ) memo, released February 5, 2013, says the federal government can kill an American citizen if it’s believed they are a “senior operational leaders” of al-Qaida or “an associated force” -- even if there is no intelligence indicating they are engaged in an active plot to attack the U.S. The … Continue reading ‘Best Practices’ and ‘Collaboration’

The Fourth Amendment Survives Another Attack


A federal judge has thrown out evidence obtained illegally through the use of a device known as a “Stingray,” “Hailstorm,’ or “Triggerfish.” The device acts by tricking cell phones in a certain range to show their location; it does this by acting as a cell phone tower. U.S. District Judge William Pauley ruled Tuesday that … Continue reading The Fourth Amendment Survives Another Attack

The Democratic Party’s 2016 Political Platform is Set


The Democratic National Committee has written its most Progressive policy agenda in modern history. Their platform includes language on breaking up "too-big-to fail" banks and reinstating a new version of the Glass-Steagall Act, which requires commercial banking and securities activities be separated. They’re also calling for abolishing the death penalty; and fighting for a Constitutional … Continue reading The Democratic Party’s 2016 Political Platform is Set

States Wrongly Sue Federal Government over Bathroom Ruling


Ten states have sued the federal government over rules requiring public schools to allow transgender students to use restrooms conforming to their gender identity, joining a dozen other states in the latest fight over LGBTQ rights. This is such a stupid move as the states already have supremacy over the federal government and  do not … Continue reading States Wrongly Sue Federal Government over Bathroom Ruling

Compromising Our Liberties Away


One day after Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson claimed he had no knowledge of his agency’s scrubbing of intelligence deemed offensive to Muslims, House Republican leaders introduced a bill that would force the DHS to recognize the source of terrorist activity, name the threat directly and take action against it. House Speaker Paul … Continue reading Compromising Our Liberties Away

Why We Celebrate Independence Day When We Do


Richard Henry Lee, a delegate from Virginia proposed a three-step process of declaring independence and creating a confederation of States on June 7, 1776. By July 2, the Lee Resolution was brought to the Continental Congress, which established: Resolved, That these united Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States, that … Continue reading Why We Celebrate Independence Day When We Do

California’s ‘King of Gun Control’ Strikes Again


Jus’ in time for your Independence Day weekend, California Governor Jerry Brown scribbled his signature onto six more gun-control measures making them law, while vetoing five others. One of the new laws includes ammunition purchasers undergo a background check and registered to a statewide database. He also signed into law banning the sale of semiautomatic … Continue reading California’s ‘King of Gun Control’ Strikes Again