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Census Bureau Press Briefing Marks One Year Out From Census Day

Census Bureau Press Briefing Marks One Year Out From Census Day

The U.S. Census Bureau provided an operational update today on the status of 2020 Census operations, emphasizing the need for innovative, collaborative partnerships to ensure a complete and accurate count of everyone living in the United States. The Census Day 2019 press briefing marked one year out from the official reference day for the census. “The Constitution […]

Telling the Truth May Not Be Easy… But It Is Essential

Telling the Truth May Not Be Easy… But It Is Essential

  by Deborah Baber Savalla There is a saying that goes something like this: If you have to pay for something, you value it more than anything you get for free. There is a another saying often invoked when talking about defending our nation and the men and women who “paid the ultimate price”. That saying […]

American Exceptionalism | Blessed With Stability

American Exceptionalism | Blessed With Stability

    By Kim Payne We are blessed with stability. It is truly amazing to me to realize that we as Americans are under the longest continual constitution on earth, no other country with a constitution comes close. It is a testament to the brilliance and forethought of our founders, and the wisdom in laying the […]

Kamala Harris Dismisses Kavanaugh’s Pocket Constitution: ‘THAT BOOK YOU CARRY’

Kamala Harris Dismisses Kavanaugh’s Pocket Constitution: ‘THAT BOOK YOU CARRY’

Amber Athey, Media and Breaking News Editor Democratic Senator Kamala Harris referred to SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s pocket Constitution as “that book you carry” on Thursday. Harris was listing what she believes to be unenumerated rights that are not explicitly listed in the U.S. Constitution and asked Kavanaugh which ones he would get rid of. […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | This Is Where I Came In

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | This Is Where I Came In

  By L. Neil Smith It’s happening again. And again and again and again. Goblins and mutants of various descriptions and apparent motivations invade  a public school or some other unprotected crowd somewhere, with whatever the politically incorrect Gun-of-the Month happens to be, killing or wounding pupils, teachers, or others by the dozen. Immediately (sometimes even before the fact, […]

The rightful masters of both Congress and the Courts

The rightful masters of both Congress and the Courts

    By Richard A. Nixon Abraham Lincoln once said :”We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the Courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who would pervert the Constitution.”  Our present form of government began with the ratification of the U.S. Constitution in 1789. This document […]

Call to Action: Attend 2nd Amendment Rallies ~ All State Capitols ~ Saturday April 14

Call to Action: Attend 2nd Amendment Rallies ~ All State Capitols ~ Saturday April 14

Oath Keepers: You are needed to attend the 2nd Amendment rally in your state capitol this Saturday, April 14.   We have posted about those rallies and we have sent out emails about it, but I want you to know that this is not just an announcement, letting you know about these rallies.  It is also a […]

If Federal Gun Laws are Unconstitutional, Why Support CCW Reciprocity Bill?

If Federal Gun Laws are Unconstitutional, Why Support CCW Reciprocity Bill?

  By Douglas V. Gibbs Author, Speaker, Instructor, Radio HostAs I have been teaching for decades, all federal gun laws are unconstitutional, and therefore, illegal.  In the first seven articles of the U.S. Constitution the federal government is not given any expressly enumerated authority regarding firearms, and the 2nd Amendment specifically states that when it comes to federal law, […]

Who’s on Third? Not John Kasich

Who’s on Third? Not John Kasich

  By Thomas L. Knapp “I don’t think either party is answering people’s deepest concerns and needs,” Ohio governor John Kasich said in a February 25 interview on ABC News’s This Week. “I don’t think it’s going to happen tomorrow but I think over time do not be surprised if these millennials and these Gen Xers begin […]

No Voting Rights for Felons: Unfair, Anti-Democratic, and, Yes, “Nonsensical”

No Voting Rights for Felons: Unfair, Anti-Democratic, and, Yes, “Nonsensical”

  by Thomas L. Knapp In late January, US District Judge Mark Walker struck down Florida’s rules for restoring the voting rights of former convicts, finding those rules not just unconstitutional (on First and Fourteenth Amendment grounds) but “nonsensical.” Why nonsensical? Because “disenfranchised citizens must kowtow before a panel of high-level government officials over which […]