12.04.2020

How Democrats and the media weirdly politicized a Covid vaccine

By Catherine Mortensen This week we got news from the head of the government’s  coronavirus vaccine  program that as many as 100 million people could be vaccinated by the end of February, constituting a large portion of the vulnerable population.  As a type I diabetic, I am part of […]

12.04.2020

Cartoon: Widespread Censorship

12.03.2020

If Joe Biden wins and fires Special Counsel John Durham, he will destroy the Special Counsel forever

By Robert Romano As it turns out, on Oct. 19, 2020, Attorney General William Barr appointed U.S. Attorney John Durham as Special Counsel ahead of the 2020 election to continue the investigation into Justice Department and intelligence agency abuses of power in falsely accusing President Donald Trump […]

12.03.2020

Young widow describes life as a victim of gun control laws

By Catherine Mortensen Twelve years ago, Nikki Goeser watched helplessly as a stalker murdered her husband in cold blood. Tragically, at the time, she was a concealed carry permit holder, but state law forbade her from bringing her firearm into the restaurant where her husband was killed. […]

12.02.2020

Cartoon: Killing Mohsen

12.02.2020

Only legal U.S. residents should count

Supreme Court weighs President Trump’s plan to exclude illegal aliens from apportionment base By Rick Manning Illegal aliens in the United States should not be counted for purposes of determining the apportionment of U.S. Representatives to the United States Congress. It seems absurd that states and localities […]

12.02.2020

Trump needs to hear from you

By Catherine Mortensen President Donald Trump fought for you, and now we need to let him know we’re fighting for him. The Trump campaign is vowing to continue legal challenges of the outcome of the 2020 election in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada and Michigan. With the […]

12.01.2020

Conservatives need to start participating in institutions—or eventually face Democratic one-party rule

By Robert Romano In the 2020 election, a substantial majority of federal government employees who donated to presidential candidates, some 60 percent, gave to former Vice President Joe Biden , with the rest going to President Donald Trump. Biden raised $1.06 million while Trump raised about $743,000, according to Federal Election Commission data compiled […]

12.01.2020

Cartoon: Hanging in the Balance

11.30.2020

President Trump’s fight still matters, it is the fight for future electoral integrity

By Robert Romano Click here to tell President Trump to keep fighting for election integrity! “I’m not fighting for me, I’m fighting for the 74,000,000 million people (not including the many Trump ballots that were ‘tossed’), a record for a sitting President, who voted for me!” That was President Donald Trump on Twitter on Nov. 30 , vowing to continue his legal challenges of […]

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