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Limbaugh: Dems laying ‘traps’ every day for Trump

Democrats are offended by President Donald Trump, by his victory, by what he does, likely even by his very existence, and they are laying “traps” every day to try to remove him from office, says talk-radio star Rush Limbaugh. “And they’re not going to stop,” he said Tuesday. He was commenting on the opposition from […] …

JROTC Hero Killed in the Florida School Shooting Will Not Get a Military Funeral. Here’s Why.

Peter Wang, a JROTC cadet at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Photo via Jesse Pan/Facebook. Peter Wang, a 15-year-old freshman in the JROTC program at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland, Florida, was killed a week ago in the shooting at his school. He died a hero, holding open the door so his classmates could escape before him. Understandably, people have been | Read More »
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Feds face new demands to probe Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton’s emails, those Russian donations to the Clinton Foundation, the details on how a Russian company gained access to U.S. uranium assets – all old news? Not necessarily. Two new lawsuits have just been filed demanding answers from the “deep state bureaucracy” to a lot of questions about what went on under the Obama […] …

3 unusual examples why strategic prepping is important

This week’s recommended prepper website is Simply Canning. Simply Canning is not a generalist prepper site per se, but it’s one of the best webpages out there for practical food preservation ideas and instruction. The site is run by Sharon Peterson, and it’s chock-full of great information on all the different ways to grow, preserve […] …

The forgotten patriot who helped fight for America

The Boston Tea Party was when colonists threw 342 chests of British East India tea overboard. The British responded by by passing the Boston Port Bill to blockade the harbor and starve citizens into submission. The Committee of Correspondence sent word to the other Colonies, which responded by calling for a day of fasting and […] …

Under Islamic repression, ‘Christianity has ignited like a flame’

Has Iran taken on a fight that it can never win? Evidence suggests that might be the case, as the internationally renowned American Center for Law and Justice points out that the Islamic regime now is becoming desperate to extinguish a surging population of Christians inside its borders. Iran, after all, is a nation that […] …

The judges who could replace swing-vote Anthony Kennedy

The retirement of the U.S. Supreme Court’s swing vote, 81-year-old Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, would set up an epic confirmation battle in the Senate, with Democrats facing the possibility of a generational shift to the right. The rumors of a Kennedy retirement are heating up again as court watchers point out that justices contemplating retirement […] …

Dreamers’ nightmare? Congress in deadlock

The U.S. Senate rejected multiple attempts at immigration reform legislation, suggesting it is unlikely Congress can reach a deal this year that tightens up the nation’s immigration system and also clarifies the future for those holding legal status under the expiring DACA program. President Trump announced last year that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, […] …

Bills gone wild! Cities’ new way to gouge you

There is an abundance of public-private partnerships these days. For years, private contractors have provided visitors various services in the nation’s parks and monuments. There are highway projects and even airports that are built and maintained through such agreements. The routine is that the contractors charge fees and then retain a portion while remitting the rest […] …