Category: Constitution

Complain About Obama and Men in Black show up

Lufkin, TX (LifeNews) – A pro-life woman who received an unsolicited phone call from the Barack Obama campaign complained about his pro-abortion position. The call earned her a visit from the Secret Service, who  were apparently given erroneous information from the campaign volunteer that…

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A TIME FOR CHOOSING

I am going to talk of controversial things.  I make no apology for this. It’s time we asked ourselves if we still know the freedoms intended for us by the Founding Fathers. James Madison said, “We base all our experiments on the…

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Sanitizing Obama

In Conor Friedersdorf’s article “Why Do Liberals Keep Sanitizing The Obama Story?” he goes after Jonathan Chait of the New York magazine, who wrote a 5000 word essay to defend Obama’s first term. How could anyone defend Obama’s foreign policy,…

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America’s Worse Enemy is Obama

America’s short term memory loss Randy Taylor writes; As we come up on the 2012 elections for the White House, once again, I am amazed at the stupidity and short term memory loss of a large percentage of the American…

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Protest Is Now A Felony Offense

In March Congress  passed HR 347, a bill that limits American’s ability to protest in public and on government grounds.   First Amendment protections are now a privilege subjectively doled out by the government. HR 347  makes it a federal offense,…

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Why would He do this ?

Because He’s One of Them……… The Muslim Brotherhood has gained strength throughout the Mideast, thanks to the power void left by the “Arab Spring” populist uprisings, which have overthrown dictators in several nations, including Egypt and Libya, only to fill…

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Celebrate Constitution Day

Monday the 17th is the 225th anniversary of our nation’s founding.  The law establishing the holiday was created by an amendment to the Omnibus spending bill of 2004.   The Act  mandated that all publicly funded educational institutions provide educational programming…

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Texas Bank Packs Heat

You just got to love Texas! The Chappell Hill Bank just north of Houston may be he oldest continuously operated bank in America.  It’s been robbed five times in its 100 plus year history – the most recent, March 2010.…

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