Quote of the Day

“We took the liberty to make some enquiries concerning the ground of their pretensions to make war upon nations who had done them no injury, and observed that we considered all mankind as our friends who had done us no wrong, nor had given us any provocation. The Ambassador [of Tripoli] answered us that it was founded on the Laws of their Prophet, that it was written in their Koran, that all nations who should not have acknowledged their authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could be found, and … Continue reading

Reforming Congressional Perks

What would congressional members do with a bill that actually has citizen merit — obviously shelve it! Those who have been in Congress for a while absolutely do NOT want to lose their standing. We see it every year. Democrats especially have been quick to vote themselves raises every year even if they have not passed many worthy bills or spent their time wisely. The White House wants to remind us that if we want real reform efforts in congress, being aware of those shelved bills languishing in the back closet need to be acknowledged. Here is one that may … Continue reading

MSM Silent: President Trump Puts UN On Notice- Our Country, Our Laws

UN – Global Compact on Migration – We Are NOT Signing Away Our Sovereignty  MSM is silent, except to criticize President Trump As Hadenough posted on December 3, 2017, President Trump rejected the Global Compact on Migration which Obama and his cohorts deliberately got us into in 2016.  Trump again made reference to this in his Florida rally speech but so far the big media outlets are staying away from the issue. As of now so far only Breitbart, The Hill, and CNN even touched on this issue. In fact a quick search back in 2016 only shows a very … Continue reading

Judge Michael Flynn pleaded ‘guilty’ to suddenly recuses himself

The judge Michael Flynn pleaded ‘guilty’ to suddenly recuses himself from case     BizPak Review Samantha Chang December 8, 2017 Michael Flynn will be sentenced by a different judge than the one he pleaded guilty to last week after Judge Rudolph Contreras, an Obama appointee, abruptly recused himself. (Chief Justice John Roberts appointed Contreras to the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court for a term starting May 19, 2016.) The reason for the recusal was not disclosed. Flynn’s case has been reassigned to Federal Judge Emmet Sullivan, an appointee of former president Bill Clinton. (Judge Sullivan became the first person in … Continue reading

Federal Judge refused to block the President’s choice to run CFPB

  Trump pick is winner, for now, in fight over consumer agency FOX Business News By Jessica Gresko and Ken Sweet November 28, 2017 WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump scored a victory Tuesday when a federal judge refused to block the president’s choice to temporarily run the nation’s top consumer financial watchdog and, for the moment, ended a two-way battle for leadership of the agency. Judge Timothy Kelly declined to stop the president from putting Mick Mulvaney in place as the acting director of the CFPB. In doing so, Kelly ruled against Leandra English, the CFPB’s deputy director, who had … Continue reading

The Rage Over a new Director of CFPB

Dodd-Frank the most obnoxious of acts passed in the last twenty years. Many Republicans would like to see it rescinded. If that isn’t bad enough – the origins of this law was a proposal issued by then Professor ELIZABETH WARREN. It was signed into law in 2010 as a “knee-jerk” solution to the financial crisis of 2008. There are over 2,300 pages of the act which brought the most significant changes to financial regulation in the United States since the Great Depression of the 1930’s. True to the push for “big government,” it not only established several agencies but cloaked … Continue reading

Our Military Motto Is “Leave No Man Behind” – Shouldn’t that include deported military…

Our Military Motto Is “Leave No Man Behind” Shouldn’t that include deported military who served honorably in our armed forces? Those who served our country honorably deserve to have their cases heard. A group of Mexicans who served with the US military in Vietnam and Iraq only to be deported held a Veterans Day protest on Saturday in the border city Ciudad Juarez.         I rarely stand with MSM on anything they write — except this is an important issue. The military mustered into its ranks men who for some reason believed in our country and its … Continue reading

A Progressive Thanksgiving Blessing

On this eve of our Thanksgiving for all that we have been Blessed with, and remembrance of the Pilgrims who braved and sacrificed so much in their quest to settle this wonderful country of ours centuries ago, we must not forget the Progressives. They too have much to be thankful for, though they had to ponder for a great deal of time before they discovered exactly where to place that gratitude. This prayer was written in 2007, so a few discrepancies to today may be apparent, but the meaning is still intact. Blessing of the Government Taxes Let me, Dear … Continue reading

Wednesday Thanksgiving Patriotic Songs 11/22

Wednesday Thanksgiving Patriotic Songs     Coming To America             The Union Forever         George Washington       Let Freedom Ring – Gaither Vocal Band (may need to lower volume)           Winston Churchill           Try To Remember —  The Brothers Four             Ronald Reagan           Thanksgiving Day Song – Susan Buchanan  —-   To All Those Far From Home             Giving Thanks Is More Than A Holiday       … Continue reading

November – National Native American Heritage Month

The month is almost half over, but perhaps others like myself have yet to hear about the November Native American Heritage Month declaration. Also, like many I have heard little over the years about the efforts of Native Americans in defending and supporting our war efforts. As part Native American myself, these stories of valor and courage touch my heart and bring to the fore how often despite attitudes, Native Americans have done their best to participate. Perhaps you can call me prejudiced,, but these are groups of tribes and people who may not have ever been labeled “slaves” but … Continue reading

Liberal States in US – Failing their citizens and creating third-world style homelessness – what MSM refuses to talk about

More than one in five homeless people was located in either New York City (75,323 people or 14%) or Los Angeles (41,174 people or 7%). The five major city Continuums of Care (CoCs)2 with the highest rates of unsheltered homelessness were all located in California… California Senate findings for 2015     Thanks to the socialist mindset in California leadership as well as other states….here is what has been happening and will continue to happen so long as those leaders are determined to follow Marxist ideology. Communism cannot exist with any degree of success especially in the US (no matter … Continue reading

US Embassy Move To Jerusalem Under Discussion Again While Middle East Heating Up

This time there is a LOT more to consider than just pissing off Palestine.     Rep. DeSantis Opener – Moving the American Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem Oversight and Reform Committee    November 8, 2017       PURPOSE: To discuss the benefits and challenges of relocating the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel-Aviv to the capital of Jerusalem. BACKGROUND: In each country worldwide, the United States embassy is located in their capital; however, the U.S. Embassy in Israel is located in Tel Aviv rather than Israel’s capital of Jerusalem. Congress has consistently voted to support recognizing Jerusalem as … Continue reading

Wednesday Patriotic Songs

Wednesday Patriotic Songs -Honoring Veterans   Because of the Brave – Mormon Tabernacle Choir           This Is My Country           The Pacific – Honor Soundtrack (Main Title Theme by Hans Zimmer)             Not Forgotten – A Tribute to Korean Veterans             Creedence Clearwater Revival – Who’ll Stop The Rain – Vietnam Montage             Angel Flight (Radio Tower Remix) – w/ Lyrics For all those who made Thanksgiving possible from 1776 until today – prayers for you every … Continue reading

USO – Veterans Day and All Year Long

I rarely if ever push for any group but this is one dear to my heart because of all my family and friends have been touched in some way or another by those who are deserving of our support and encouragement. Thank goodness we now have a President that shows such respect for our men and women in uniform too. I just received this email and decided to pass it along to our readers. For those interested, please consider. For those who do not, just skip this post.   USO Holiday For Heroes 2016       Now as much … Continue reading

CIS – Diversity Visa Lottery Not in Best Interest of US

    The Diversity Visa Lottery An immigration program that is not in America’s interest Center for Immigration Studies November 2, 2017 Washington, D.C. – The Center for Immigration Studies published several articles detailing the Diversity Visa Lottery program’s history and relevant statistics following the attack by the Uzbek terror suspect in New York City. Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov is the fifth Diversity Visa Lottery recipient to be involved in terrorist acts in the United States. Congress could have passed legislation to eliminate the visa program, stopping the exploitation of this national security vulnerability. Their concern is evident by the three … Continue reading

In-Depth, Lengthy Congressional Hearings – A reasonable taxpayer expense or a waste of taxpayer dollars

  My point of view. Consider how much Congress has cost the American Taxpayer just in congressional hearings. Consider that Congress has wasted a lot of their DC time over the years on hearings instead of getting laws enacted or managing to maintain a constitutionally sound government. A look back shows a pretty startling fact about the congressional hearings on several key issues: House Select Committee on Assassinations, created in Sept. 1976 to investigate the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., lasted 30 months. Committee on Improper Activities in Labor-Management Relations, which looked into labor racketeering, was impaneled … Continue reading

Tom Perez Is An Idiot

who stated yesterday that the Electoral College is not in the Constitution! (Maybe not the MEXICAN one Tom!) One of the main problems with Liberalism is that they see other American’s Rights, Property, and Money as part of the solution to the needs of the lazy and stupid in our society. They love to blame others for not ponying up the dough when THEY are the worst of the lot, i.e., Bernie paid 13% in taxes while the Gunny paid 17%!  F*CK You Bernie. What every REAL American needs to know and understand is that the Constitution was written to … Continue reading

Wednesday Patriotic Songs Paying Tribute To Our Past

Reenactments and Songs and Newer Patriotic Songs   American Revolutionary War Ballad: Free America           American Revolutionary War Song: Ballad of the Green Mountain Boys         A Call to Arms: Revolutionary War Reenactment at Mount Vernon               Gettysburg Soundtrack: Fife and Gun             Call to Arms               We are the Sons of Liberty           My Name is America by Todd Allen Herendeen           Patriotic Song: A Cry For … Continue reading

Regulations versus Statutes and Their Constitutionality

Regulations versus Statutes and Their Constitutionality     A Law: (Webster) – a binding custom or practice of a community –  a rule of conduct or action prescribed or formally recognized as binding or enforced by a controlling authority Statute:  (Cornell Law) – A law enacted by a legislative body – such as the United States Congress, or a state senate. Statutes are the primary source of law in the United States, and typically authorize an administrative agency (such as the Federal Communications Commission, or the Securities Exchange Commission) to adopt rules pursuant to the Statute. Rules are more specific laws that … Continue reading

Former Presidents and Hurricane Relief

  Fox News October 21, 2017 All five living ex-presidents appeared together for the first time since 2013 at a Texas concert for hurricane relief Saturday night. Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama appeared together on stage at the start of the concert at Texas A&M University in College Station. Carter, Clinton, George W. Bush and Obama later made brief remarks appealing for national unity to to help those affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. “The heart of America, without regard to race or religion or political party, is greater than our … Continue reading