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Ask a randomly-selected group to name an American civil rights organization, and it’s a fair bet that seven out of 10 will respond: “The NAACP.” The other three are likely busily thumbing through their copies of “Moody Loners’ Monthly.”
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has been the target of several left-wing accusations following the Jan. 8 shooting in Tuscon, Ariz., but the controversy is not keeping the Tea Party favorite from advocating for 2nd Amendment rights.
New Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus has wasted little time in shaking up his staff.
The Federal Reserve is a traitor to the American people and the nation it has sworn to protect. Recently, the Fed has acted less like a central bank and more like President Barack Obama’s personal piggybank. Read this to learn what may be behind the Fed’s strategy…
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin recently responded to critics who have claimed she is somewhat responsible for the deadly shooting in Tucson, Ariz.
Putting aside the somewhere-between-creepy-and-supremely-twisted electioneering with which the Democrats infused President Barack Obama’s “return to civility” speech last week in the wake of the Tucson tragedy, the honest observer has to offer credit where credit is due.
Republican lawmakers are making a push to cut Federal funding for National Public Radio (NPR), which would prevent local stations from using government money to purchase the network’s programming.
Members of the House and Senate are manipulated puppets in the paid service of the establishment which owns and runs the U.S. government. But they are hollowed out and gutted symbols, a facade and a myth that serves to keep the American people hoodwinked and blinded to widespread deceptive political chicanery. Read this article to learn what Congress really is and how it can be changed…
The House of Representatives approved a resolution on Jan. 12 that condemned the recent shooting in Tucson, Ariz. that killed six people and wounded 14, including Representative Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.).