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Category Archives: Office of the Presidency
THE RESISTANCE THOUGHT COMEY’S TESTIMONY WOULD BE THE DEATH KNELL FOR TRUMP’S PRESIDENCY. WERE THEY RIGHT? CNN expected Comey to say Trump was never told he was not under investigation. Oops, Trump was right on this one. Trump has long … Continue reading
The President of Hillsdale College recently wrote an interesting report on Conservatism. If you are a student who believes mostly negative ideas about Conservatism, I recommend the article. If you are an educator, a parent who supplements your child’s political … Continue reading
What we need in the USA is a Conservative Party with real Conservatives at the helm. Continue reading
When asked who was the best of the last four presidents, Trump names Bill Clinton. Why does MSNBC give Donald Trump so much time and good press? This week Trump accused Fox of giving him the most unfavorable coverage. I … Continue reading
If, as Obama and the Democrats say, Islam is for the most part a peace loving religion, why are they insulted by Donald Trump not “defending the president” when he is called a Muslim? Continue reading
American citizens subjected to unwarranted searches due to Administrative Agencies replacing Constitutional Law.
Are you protected from illegal search and seizure of property under the fourth amendment to the Constitution? Continue reading
Jeff Stahcer, a political cartoonist, recently produced the cartoon called “History of Impeachment Pushes.” I found the cartoon to be quite interesting. Mr. Stahcer has a different recollection and perception, not only of history, but of the present. I believe … Continue reading