Quote of the Day

  Good government generally begins in the family, and if the moral character of a people once degenerate, their political character must soon follow. Elias Boudinot was the FOURTH President of the United States John Hanson was the THIRD President of the United States.  I can not find any quotes from him  

Internet – Social Abuse and Censorship

Internet – Social Abuse and Censorship When the internet began, 1938: The Z1 was created by German Konrad Zuse in his parents’ living room between 1936-1938. 1951: Joe Thompson at Whirlwind console, ca. 1951 1968: Beranek and Newman, Inc. (BBN) unveils the final version of the Interface Message Processor (IMP) specifications. BBN wins ARPANET contract. 1969: U.S. Defense Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET). ARPA-funded researchers developed many of the protocols used for Internet communication today. It has been referred to as the beginning of internet as we know it today. But their’s was only the culmination of research and development by independent groups. 1974: The … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

The commencement of your Administration has been as propitious as could have been reasonably expected, in a nation composed of not the wisest and best men in the world. You are sufficiently acquainted with the people you rule, to know, that little praise, but much unmerited censure is to be expected from them: An Angel from heaven could not command an universal approbation. Thomas McKean in letter to James Madison I plan on following the Presidents of the United States – one quote from each – from the Ratification of the Article of Confederation up through today. Thomas McKean was … Continue reading

White House Citizen Petitions Needing Signatures On Various Criminal and National Security Topics

WE THE PEOPLE ASK THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO CHANGE AN EXISTING ADMINISTRATION POLICY: On the behalf of Deplorables, citizens, taxpayers, incarcerated individuals (who have been imprisoned for less violations on similar cases of fraud, corruption, or national security issues), and retirees demand that government officials no longer linger or throw up roadblocks to prevent the indictment of ANY government official past or present who hides behind the walls of government to prevent the release of all documents involved with fraud, collusion, gathering of our private information for illegal dissemination, bribery, breaking of national security laws, misuse or mishandling of public … Continue reading

Flash and Fury – Facts on Impeachment We Need to Know

“The President, Vice President and all Civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” — U.S. Constitution, Article II, section 4 Impeachment Overview  The Constitution sets forth the general principles which control the procedural aspects of impeachment, vesting the power to impeach in the House of Representatives, while imbuing the Senate with the power to try impeachments. Both the Senate and the House have designed procedures to implement these general principles in dealing with a wide range of impeachment issues. Supreme Court: Has no role in these … Continue reading

Milo Yiannopoulos Exposes The REAL Alex Jones

Posted on August 16, 2017 Milo sits down with Alex Jones in the Infowars studio to talk about President Trump, the double standard of the mainstream media, and how Breitbart and Infowars can change the news paradigm. ~Bear in mind: It’s not the messenger but the message that is important. I found this interview quite informative. HEA  

Ethics Violation of Nepotism in Campaign Funds

  What Constitutes an Ethics Violation of Nepotism in Campaign Funds A recent post caught my eye concerning Luis Gutierrez and allegations of misuse of campaign funds to pay his wife a salary. I am at times quick as many to point out inadequacies and allegations of wrongdoing; however, I also realize that this has to be a factual allegation, researched, and reported fairly (unlike some MSM so-called reporters). Democrats have successfully badgered Republicans and vice versa on this for a very long time. The problem is that there is not a clear, decisive formal ruling that NO funds can … Continue reading

Trump’s NЕW АIR FОRСЕ ОNЕ Just Сamе In, Lооk Whаt Еvеryоnе Nоtiсеd Тhat’s VЕRY Diffеrеnt

Source With the expiration of Obama’s presidency, his contract about Air Force One was also up, and while that was solely on timing, President Trump used this chance to step in and not only renegotiate the exorbitant cost of the aircraft, which came in millions higher than necessary, but he also took advantage of the renegotiation to make some much-needed changes to the new design. These changes we are talking about were not revealed to the public until today, and as soon as they were released everyone immediately noticed one thing that caused liberals to lose their minds. To be … Continue reading

Independent Judiciary Is Essential – Case For Annual Judicial Reviews

“Independent judiciary is essential to the maintenance of public trust and confidence in the court system” – NCSC   ProPublica published  by Joe Sexton an article titled “Despite exposes and Embarrassments, Hundreds of Judges Preside in New York Without Law Degrees” on June 26, 2017. A review of the work of the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct chronicles the costs of a tradition resistant to change. Granted it was a bit over the top rant but it was justified.  The article did get me thinking…where is the most vulnerable ground level spots if some group such as communists, radical Islamics, … Continue reading

Thought for Today

Since the firing of FBI Director James Comey last Tuesday the silence coming from Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Podesta, Susan Rice, and a host of others has been deafening. Normally these Leftist asshats won’t shut up.  Now they all seem to be hiding in a cave… and probably lawyering up. Funny, that James Comey, who wouldn’t shut up, is now refusing to testify before a Senate Intel Committee hearing scheduled for next Tuesday. Meanwhile, AG Sessions has directed all US Attorneys to follow US Law on MANDATORY SENTENCING GUIDELINES. Tick, tock…. I predict a hammer is about to fall … Continue reading

An Overlooked Truth About the Shemitah

Posted on May 11, 2017         By Judge Anna Von Reitz  . The Shemitah is a holy mystery associated with the “Sabbath of Years”. Every Seventh Year in the Sacred Calendar of the Hebrews is what we farmers would call a “fallow year”. The land is to lay fallow. The vineyards are to rest. People, too, and are instructed to store up for the Shemitah so that they can rest and the poor may be taken care of in the year without harvest. The last day of the Shemitah Year falls on the last day of Elul, … Continue reading

Trump Begins Work On Filling Judicial Court Vacancies

  Every President generally has a lot of housekeeping duties to fulfill during their term in office. Judiciary appointments are only one of many. Before Obama left office, he also had several dozen confirmed and more that were stalled as the last year of his presidency ended. Now it is Trump’s turn to find judges who believe in the rule of law and the constitution as written, hopefully. Filling these judgeships are critical to meet the needs of citizens under indictment and provide relief to current judges with staggering workloads. According to the US Courts website, as of today there are … Continue reading

Tale of Wall Street Schemes and Greed

Around May 3, 2016, John Marzulli at the Daily News of New York splashed an article across the front page that may have rocked Wall Street slightly but made very few ripples across the country. The feds arrested nine alleged fraudsters in a $131 million stock manipulation scheme — including a former underling of the infamous “Wolf of Wall Street” Jordan Belfort and a trader who shamelessly touted a worthless company on the Fox Business Network show “Varney & Co.” “They took a company with essentially no business operations and little revenue and deceived the market and their clients into believing … Continue reading

Pictures Capture Character Not Just The Moment

Photographs capture a lot more than the moment if we pay attention Contrast between leader and hesitant leadership.   OR      Listening or just Hearing in a small conference meeting:     OR     Showing respect and being engaged at a small gathering for the enlisted     OR   Showing Love of Flag and Country   OR   This isn’t propaganda just an observation (as a few may attempt to say) by one who is so thankful Obama is no longer in office. –Uriel–