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Tis’ the Night before the Swamp was Drained

Tis’ the month of Christmas and all through the land In the fight against corruption, many citizens would band.   We are not right, nor left, and not in between, Just folks who will not fall for the MSM’s thinly veiled sheen.   A man named Trump came along and promised a lot: Better economy, … Continue reading

Battle of Wills

The events in D.C. give the impression of an exercise in which side has the stronger will: the president or the shadow government.   Last year, President Trump fired then-FBI Director James Comey, and the mainstream minion press called it a coup. It was a ridiculous statement, a very stupid statement that showed that the … Continue reading

Beware of False Flags

Okay folks. It’s time to use history for its original intent – to stop something bad from happening.   Most Americans – at least those that are awake – have no trust for the mainstream minion press these days. It’s obvious to a shocking extent that the minion press is either controlled by the shadow … Continue reading

Unclear Thinking

   The times we’re living in are strange and interesting. It’s wondrous how there are so many Americans who think so aberrantly and out of the ordinary.      While there are so many people out there who are fully aware that we are constantly lied to by the federal government and media, there is … Continue reading

The Second Bill of Rights

The United States always has been an experiment in democracy. Not everyone had the freedoms we all have today; and some argue that Americans still don’t. But the Civil War enabled the US to extend democracy to more people. The ending of the Civil War allowed the US government to give African-Americans the same rights … Continue reading

Could Tyranny be Coming?

When kings used to rule over countries, anything they ordered was law. It didn’t matter who the order helped – in many cases only the king or noble class benefitted – or who it hurt. Then our ideas on governance evolved. Countries became more democratic. Some countries, at least. But there have always been those … Continue reading

Interpreting The US Constitution

Interpretation of the US Constitution is constant. It happens in the Supreme Court, in congress, and by way of our president. It takes place in court rooms and assembly halls all over the country every day. And it’s been happening since the document was written. Even the last presidential election, it can be argued, dealt … Continue reading

America’s Failed Attempt At Government

In its early years, the United States faced a lot of problems, and our leaders were to blame. They were so suspicious of a strong central government that they created an impotent, inefficient one that became a problem for all Americans The Articles of Confederation was our first form of government. It lasted seven years … Continue reading

Federalism: Is It Ending?

No one can argue that our federal government is growing larger. But the problem is that it’s growing at the expense of the states. One of the important issues in the US Constitution is the concept of federalism — the way in which power is shared between the federal government and the state governments. Over … Continue reading

Electoral College Versus Popular Vote

Depending on what candidate you chose to vote for on Election Day, the Electoral College was either your friend or your enemy. The electoral vote is the only deciding vote for the presidency, not the overall popular vote. So, for Hillary Clinton supporters, the Electoral College was your mortal enemy. For the fourth time in … Continue reading

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