Monthly Archives: February 2018

More Wisdom From Thomas Jefferson

It is easy to give examples showing how the government has become sinful and tyrannical. The incredible horror of aborting human fetuses for the sale of their body parts with the support of the government is the definition of sin. … Continue reading

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Nunes Memo Presents a Bipartisan Problem

“To be left alone is the most precious thing one can ask of the modern world.”—Anthony Burgess The mainstream media has been running tons of coverage about the so-called “Nunes Memo Freakout,” much of it centered around how the memo has … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Gravity Works, by Robert Gore

Are you ready for the inevitable? Why did the stock market fall? The usual suspects are finding all sorts of “causes.” How about this one: when everyone is on the same side of the boat, driven by hope and greed … Continue reading

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Media water haulers

In January, 2008, a new face ascended to the Presidency. The media immediately fell in love with him because of his mastery of talking a lot and saying little, but doing it eloquently. Throw in that he was the first … Continue reading

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Regarding the two recent posts about Rule of Law …

I like the meme of Trump holding up the severed head of Medusa … very emotionally satisfying. And I love the message of personal responsibility manifest in the essay “Citizen of the Republic” by TL Davis. But restoration of  “Rule … Continue reading

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Patriot Network Summit 2018

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Coming Soon: A Free America

via Wes Rhinier

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A Citizen of the Republic

The citizens of a republic must bear an enormous burden. The weight and future of the nation rests solely on their shoulders. Unlike their many counterparts around the world, who consider themselves to be subjects of the king, or comrades … Continue reading

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Obama Redux

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Schumer: American Progressive Tyrant …

“If we can take back the Senate, that means that I will have the sole power to determine what goes on the floor of the Senate,” Source: Schumer Delivers Most Unhinged Rant Yet Notice his egocentrism in the rant: “I … Continue reading

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Heart of the “matter” …

An excerpt from something you should read: “The politics of the memo only drive home the extent to where this is the ultimate outcome of current events. It is a stage of nationhood that, like puberty, is a necessary aspect … Continue reading

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Bad People Lied to a Kangaroo Court, by Robert Gore

The bigger issue is FISA’s evisceration of the Fourth Amendment. Due to the sensitive nature of foreign intelligence activity, FISA [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act] submissions (including renewals) before the FISC [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court] are classified. As such, the public’s … Continue reading

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Kerry Time

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The second domino is falling. We are in a war and the stakes are high: The Constitutional Republic vs. The Deep State. Never underestimate the power of evil and its penchant for self-preservation. David DeGerolamo Nunes: FISA Memo Just “Phase … Continue reading

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When Will the Trials Start?

So I am violating my cardinal rule for writing: never write while experiencing an emotional response. I just finished reading the FISA memo. I see absolutely no issues relating to how intelligence is gathered or how the information would impact … Continue reading

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Thought for the day …

Eatgrueldog

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