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Why Donald Trump will be hard to stop
February 22, 2016
The Republican frontrunner has momentum going into Super Tuesday. Donald Trump's first-place finish in the South Carolina primary Saturday night wasn't the 20-point blowout that some polls suggested, but he still finished 10 points ahead.
It helped confirm that his nearly 20-point victory in New Hampshire the week before was no fluke. And the South Carolina victory shows he has three ingredients that will be key to success in the upcoming Republican Nevada caucus and Super Tuesday contests: Momentum, a powerful coalition of voters and the benefit of history.
Trump, Carson Ignore 4th Amendment, Want Human Databases For All Americans
This past Friday while filing for the New Hampshire Republican Primary Ben Carson exclaimed: "I think we should have a database on everybody who comes into this country, and hopefully, we already have a database on every citizen who is already here.
He was asked if he would go against the Constitution and permit the use of warrantless searches. He Responded with "We're going to have to do things that we never did before, and some people are going to be upset about it, but I think that now everybody is feeling that security is going to rule and certain things will be done that we never thought would happen in this country in terms of information and learning about the enemy. And so we're going to have to do certain things that were frankly unthinkable a year ago."
Idaho Announces It Won't Obey Federal Gun Dictates
January 8, 2016
As progressives, rallied by the Obama administration, actively work to curb Americans' gun rights, one state has raised it's hand and said "Stop!"
Just last Friday, Idaho announced that it would neither enforce nor abide by federal gun laws. The move was made possible by a measure introduced in the state's House and Senate and passed unanimously by both chambers. The law could very well be one of the most serious challenges to the federal government's anti-gun agenda. Per the wording of the bill, Idaho law enforcement officers would face up to $1,000 in fines as well as misdemeanor charges if they enforce federal gun laws. These punitive measures will likely go a long way in discouraging Idaho LEO's from collaborating with feds trying to enforce gun laws in the state.
CIA Officer Clair Lopez: Obama is a Muslim Terrorist with Brotherhood Ties to Take Down USA
November 15, 2015
Clare Lopez is a former CIA officer, and she is risking her professional career to call out President Barack Obama in the biggest way possible.
opez is well respected in the intelligence community and worked in the Reagan White House. After two decades in the field with the CIA, and as an instructor for special forces and intelligence students, Lopez is now with the Center for Security Policy managing the counter-jihad and Shariah programs. Now, she is claiming Obama is why America has completely "switched sides" during the war on terrorism. America is now supporting the enemy, especially through the Muslim Brotherhood.
California may allow inmate firefighters with violent pasts
October 16, 2015
California officials are considering allowing inmates with violent backgrounds to work outside prison walls fighting wildfires, and the idea is generating concerns about public safety.
The state has the nation's largest and oldest inmate firefighting unit, with about 3,800 members who provide critical assistance to professional firefighters. That's down from about 4,400 in previous years, however, and so prison officials are looking for ways to add inmates.
Barrasso: The Costs Of Regulations Are Real
October 6, 2015
Two years ago, the Johnsons wanted to build a small pond in their front yard. They got their plan approved by the state, and used the pond to provide water for their animals. They thought it was a beautiful addition to the dry landscape.
The Obama administration is seizing new authority to control what it calls Waters of the United States. This includes things like irrigation ditches, isolated ponds - even low points in the landscape where water might collect after a heavy rain. The consequences of this new federal authority will be severe.
Peer Reviewed Scientific Evidence Exposes Chemtrail as Crime
August 18, 2015
A peer reviewed, court admissible scientific evidence of the deliberate annihilation of the global population has been released to the public by a very prominent scientist.
This would mean that any interested party can file a class suit against government agencies and private entities authorizing and performing chemtrail operations around the globe, most especially in America and its allied countries. The days of highly intoxicated pro-chemtrail trolls are officially over.
CPD wall starting to crack?
July 27, 2015
On July 16, the Federal Election Commission voted 4-2 to reject the request for a new rule concerning general election presidential debates.
The two commissioners who voted in favor of considering a better rule are Ann Ravel and Ellen Weintraub, both Democrats. It is believed this is the first time any FEC Commissioner has voted to do something about the problem that the Commission on Presidential Debates excludes candidates who are not Republican or Democratic nominees.
The Traitors Of Our Republic
Last year a retired Border Patrol Officer by the name of Zach Taylor went on camera to explain the driving force behind the unprecedented surge in illegal immigration happening on our southern border.
Taylor went on to note that what was happening at our border was not due to a spur of the moment event, or "a humanitarian crisis", but asymmetrical warfare. The surge we saw at the border was apart of a larger more chilling event that served one purpose and one purpose only, to show our enemies that our southern border had been compromised and the government wouldn't do a damn thing about it.
What's So Bad About GMOs? Top Ten Reasons to Avoid Them
July 7, 2015
Whether you eat them or not, do you know what the risks are from eating GMOs?
If you don't know whether or not you're eating genetically modified organisms , you're not alone-at least in the U.S. Despite the many petitions and appeals for state or federal regulations on labeling foods that contain GMOs, none have passed. And that means companies still don't have to disclose whether or not a product includes genetically modified organisms. What's the big deal, you ask?
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