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Two completely different Issues that make one wonder about the “Truth” told by the U.S. Government This is the sort of drama that occurs when one, a citizen journalist finds out what the real truth is and two, when these … Continue reading
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia reaffirmed his commitment to defending the Constitution while speaking to the Federalist Society in his home state of New Jersey on Friday. Scalia, the preeminent conservative firebrand of the court, told the audience it is … Continue reading
Here in Colorado, orange is the new Animas River thanks to the blithering idiots working under President Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency. It’s just the latest man-caused disaster from an out-of-control bureaucracy whose primary mission is not the Earth’s preservation, but … Continue reading
Earlier today I received an email from a person who is trying to assist in finding a legacy for President Obama. As for me, one who has lived and worked by their assessment from others, it really is quite easy … Continue reading
Republican Senators Question Immigration System After Finding 72 Individuals Tied to Terrorism At the very headline for this article, I did not agree with it being “Republican Senators…” inasmuch as I believe there is far too much emphasis given to … Continue reading
Judicial Watch announced that the State Department today submitted to the court an August 8 sworn declaration from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regarding federal records on her controversial email system. The declaration states: I, Hillary Rodham Clinton, declare … Continue reading
The Obama administration announced Friday that certain federal and state prisoners will be eligible for federal Pell grants to pay for college classes while they serve out their time behind bars; simply in a word does anyone think “think” that … Continue reading
The Supreme Court decision is unadulterated judicial activism. As Chief Justice John Roberts said in dissent: “Today’s decision rests on nothing more than the majority’s own conviction that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry because they want to. . … Continue reading