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Facing The Budget

by HERBERT LONDON April 24, 2017

Each year legislators sharpen their knives, consider key constituent needs and meet to pass a budget. This year isn’t very different except that when the Republicans could not unify to replace the Affordable Care Act, unexpected questions about the party emerged.

Pretend conservatives for not so clean energy

by PAUL DRIESSEN April 7, 2017

Far-left ‘charitable’ foundations give millions to ‘conservative’ groups to drive climate agenda

Classical Liberalism Haunts Both Parties

by WILLIAM R. HAWKINS March 31, 2017

Conservatives and Nationalists (who are finally coming back together into what historically has always been the strongest unified identity) understand the danger posed by libertarians in defense and foreign policy with their focus on open borders and disarmament.

Judicial Watch Sues for Records between Key Obama Administration Scientists Involved In Global Warming Controversies

by JUDICIAL WATCH March 29, 2017

The suit was filed after the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (“NOAA”), a component of the Department of Commerce, failed to respond to a February 6 FOIA request seeking

The 3-Step Plan to Repealing and Replacing Obamacare

by FRANK HILL March 14, 2017

If you had never heard of the differences between the US House and the US Senate in Washington, you are about to learn a lot about them in a very short time frame.

The Baker's Dozen Principals of Nuclear Deterrence

by PETER HUESSY March 7, 2017

To get the nuclear business right, you have to start with a Baker’s Dozen of nuclear principals. They are:

Breitbart To Bannon

by TOM MCLAUGHLIN February 28, 2017

It’s all-out war now. Bannon was at CPAC himself last week on a panel with Trump Chief-of-Staff Preibus ... He usually stays behind the scenes, so this was a rare, out-front appearance. He told his audience that President Trump will not moderate his positions, and will push them even harder.

Whom to Blame for Oroville — and How President Trump Can Fix It

by FRANK J. GAFFNEY, JR. February 22, 2017

The forecast is for more rain around the Oroville Dam – and potential disaster for hundreds of thousands of Californians living downstream from its poorly designed emergency spillway.

An Execrable Coup––An Exhilarating Counter-Coup

by JOAN SWIRSKY January 17, 2017

Again, the left’s vile behavior is not objectively funny. But as PE Trump systematically swats away these irritants like so many pesky gnats, I have to admit that I’m loving every minute!

A Republic If You Can Keep It!

by AMBASSADOR HENRY F. COOPER December 2, 2016

Our Founders distrusted centralized power and sought to keep major political powers at the state and local level.

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