Red flag laws to confiscate guns without the ability to mount a defense raise a gigantic red flag on due process

By Rick Manning I worked with Donald Trump’s team before he announced for the presidency on opposing the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a policy decision which put me at odds with many of my conservative friends. But defending the United States of America against a trade deal which would […]


Baltimore’s blight cannot move off of the national agenda

By Rick Manning And suddenly the squalor of Baltimore and our nation’s inner cities is off the news.  But the people who live in the deteriorating parts of our nation’s cities remain even as we collectively look to El Paso and Dayton and the news coverage changes […]


Massacres in El Paso, Dayton underscore that political violence right or left is never the answer

By Robert Romano After a bloody weekend that saw 29 killed in mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, the nation must once again face and confront the scourge of political violence and terrorism that is becoming increasingly prevalent in our society on the extreme […]


Cut off federal funding to the Soros-funded Tides Network

Tides Foundation

By Richard McCarty The George Soros-funded Tides Network has received federal grants and contracts totaling at least $16.8 million since 2005, most of which came in 2016 and 2017 via USAID and the Department of Health and Human Services. The San Francisco-based Tides exists to advance a radical agenda […]


Cartoon: Above the Law


Cartoon: Ghost Of Al’s Past


Another brick in the wall as Supreme Court upholds Trump reprogramming funds for southern border wall. Democrats whine after they voted for it.

By Robert Romano Brick by brick, figuratively speaking, with a serious assist from the Supreme Court ruling that reprogramming $2.5 billion of counter-narcotics monies may be used, Donald Trump is fulfilling his promise to get the southern border wall built. In a 5 to 4 decision to stay […]


Cartoon: Aqua Man


Congress should defund federal government from coordinating with Southern Poverty Law Center

By Richard McCarty The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and its co-founder Morris Dees, who was recently fired by the organization, have long and sleazy pasts. Over the years, they have been sharply criticized for their tactics, priorities, and mistreatment of employees. Despite this, the federal government […]


Cartoon: Shocking

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