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The Consequences of Stupid Minions

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The Rats Are Winning in the North Carolina House of Representatives

From Publius Huldah: If you haven’t done so already, please make sure you blast the full North Carolina House today. We sent the NC COSP alert out yesterday.  We still may have a chance to stop Convention of States Project’s (COSP) application for … Continue reading

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Democrats Will Continue to Destroy the Country

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URGENT: The Rats Are Out in the North Carolina House of Representatives

With barely any notice, the Convention of States Project’s application for an Article V convention (A5C) was sent to a new House committee in North Carolina and is scheduled for a hearing TODAY!  We blasted North Carolina on April 7th. Please send another quick letter, even … Continue reading

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The Educated Electorate

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Sometimes We Forget and Sometimes We Do Not

There are some people in history whose actions become synonymous with their name. Benedict Arnold is the example for traitor. In many cases, history is rewritten by the victors as in the case of Honest Abe Lincoln. I believe Ocasio-Cortez … Continue reading

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Why Did the Media Participate in the Coup?

Rep. Mark Meadows announced this morning that the DOJ is investigating the role of the media in the coup against President Trump. Let that sink in for a minute. What do you think the consequences will be for their participation? … Continue reading

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Political Parties

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An apt analogy for the return of GOT tonight in the above video. The goal of political parties is to strip us bare, tie us down and drain our life’s blood. And our response? We whing and put our faith … Continue reading

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How Quicky We Forgot the Obama Islamification of America

The current news cycle’s latest Democrat supported subterfuge is vilifying the President’s proposed plan to transport illegal aliens to sanctuary cities. Most people have forgotten Obama’s operation to seed America with Muslim immigrants who were not vetted before entering the … Continue reading

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The Consequences of Obama’s Muslim Immigration Policy

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How Bankers Collude with Politicians

We know the result of having bankers control the federal reserve. I encourage you to not look back as shown in the picture. Instead, think about how you can at least maintain your wealth against the ravages of inflation. Also … Continue reading

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Democrat Response: It’s Trump’s Fault

House Democrats Acknowledge Border Crisis; Blame Trump

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When Will Justice Be Served?

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Rep. Matt Gaetz proposes a Pencil Act to oust ‘pencil neck’ Adam Schiff

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Rep. Matt Gaetz explained a new resolution he has proposed, titled “Preventing Extreme Negligence with Classified Information Licenses Resolution” – or “PENCIL Act”- in an appearance on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Wednesday. “I have filed legislation today, sent to the House, that Adam … Continue reading

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IRS Down

The Electronic Federal Tax Payment System is down at this time. So much for government controlled servers. Let’s hope that cyberterrorism has turned its attention to something productive. Like shutting down the progressive tax collection system used to control the … Continue reading

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