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Would We the People Ratify the Constitution Today?

United-States-Constitution We the People are the opening words of the preamble to the Constitution.  Many patriots glory in that name, "We the People" holding it aloft as a banner against the encroachments of an ever expanding central government.   In the minds of many, it is connected somehow to Lincoln's famous description of America's government, "Of the […]

Assemblywoman Michele Fiore: The Truth about BLM & Bundy Showdown

7664888-1-150007 I know Vietnam veteran, fellow contributor and friend Darwin Rockantansky will appreciate this post. It's a recount of events that took place during the time of Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore's visit to the Bundy Ranch. On Monday, Fiore documented what she witnessed, and in a very non-politically correct fashion gives her perspective on what took […]

What is Wrong with the Establishment Right?

Screen-Shot-2014-04-18-at-2.53.35-AM National Review Online took another gratuitous shot at me Thursday in an article defending Ayaan Hirsi Ali, saying: "Hirsi Ali is no Pamela Geller. On the contrary, for her whole life, Hirsi Ali has used anger as a catalyst to great good." Is it necessary to smear me in order to defend Hirsi Ali? And this is not […]

Liberal Media Matters Resists SEIU’s Attempts to Unionize Staff

Media-Matters-SEIU Media Matters for America and the Service International Employees Union Local 500 are facing off in a labor dispute, the Washington Examiner reports. The SEIU branch, which covers Maryland and Washington D.C., filed a representation petition last week with the National Labor Relations Board. The petition shows that Media Matters, a progressive media watchdog, hired lawyers […]

Ivy League Kathleen Belew in NY Times: Returning Veterans Could Lead to Emergence of Terrorist Groups, Violent Attacks & Racism – But Apparently Only if They are White

vetcutstory12-e1395270692520 I was brought up to believe that getting an education, especially a "higher" education, including advanced collegiate degrees, implied that you were more intelligent. The process is supposed to broaden your thought processes, deepen your understanding of the world around you. Apparently, those beliefs could not be more wrong. Yesterday, in the New York Times, […]