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Hillary Clinton Still Free After Her Treasonous Crimes, There Is No Double Standard, Right?

Hillary Clinton Still Free After Her Treasonous Crimes, There Is No Double Standard, Right?

Double standard for the political elite? Most people would be in jail or in very serious trouble if they had committed as many crimes against the United Stated as Hillary Clinton. But not her, she is the Democratic candidate for President of the United States. Now that shows you either, that the Democratic party is so corrupt that they would have such a criminal as their primary candidate or that the entire United States government is so … Read entire article »

Filed under: Featured, Government Corruption, Political Campaigning, Politics, Problems of Big Government, Restoring America, sticky items to keep, Where is the Main Stream Media?

The Tiananmen Square Massacre Still Matters

June 4 marks the 27th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, a day that will live forever in Chinese history, no matter how hard the Chinese Communist government tries to deny it. On June 4, 1989, the streets of Beijing were filled with the sounds of machine guns and tanks and the cries of wounded and dying demonstrators. Twenty-seven years ago, on June 4, 1989, the streets of Beijing were filled with the sounds of machine guns and tanks and the cries of wounded and dying demonstrators. The People’s Liberation Army was hard at work. How many pro-democracy students died that blood-stained June morning? Hundreds? Thousands? The number is still concealed by the government, which insists that the army was called out to put down so-called “hooligans” and disturbers of the public order. But the … Read entire article »

Filed under: Government Corruption, Gun Laws, Political Campaigning, Politics, Problems of Big Government

What’s Good (and What’s Horrible) in the Senate Defense Bill

The Senate will soon start debating the annual defense policy bill. This bill is particularly critical now when threats are rising, from state-sponsored cyberattacks to Russian aggression, to terrorism at home and abroad. At the same time, our military is getting smaller and weaker. Unfortunately, the Senate bill is a mix of good and bad policies, and for the sake of our national security, this bill needs to be improved. The Marines are pulling aircraft parts out of museums. The Air Force is cannibalizing planes to keep other planes flying. Three quarters of Navy F-18 fighter aircraft are not ready for combat. The U.S. military today is getting smaller and is struggling to train its people and maintain its equipment due to a combination of high demand and a 25 percent cut to its … Read entire article »

Filed under: Government Corruption, Political Campaigning, Politics, Problems of Big Government

How a New Hampshire Law Will Protect Private Property From Government Seizure

The New Hampshire Legislature adopted a significant bill to protect private property on Thursday, which will reform the practice of civil asset forfeiture in the state. The sudden move comes after a lengthy debate that nearly saw SB 522 stripped of one of its most important provisions: the elimination of the financial incentive to seize property. But lawmakers reached a deal that preserved that critical measure, and now the bill is on its way to the desk of Gov. Maggie Hassan, a Democrat, who has indicated she is likely to sign it. Civil asset forfeiture laws allow for the seizure of property and currency suspected of involvement in a criminal act. These laws were initially ramped up in the 1980s for the narrow purpose of targeting the property and ill-gotten gains of … Read entire article »

Filed under: Government Corruption, Political Campaigning, Politics, Problems of Big Government

TSA ‘Needs to Do More,’ Aviation Officials Say

Aviation officials described current affairs at the Transportation Security Administration at a House subcommittee hearing in a bleaker light than the organization’s head did the day before. After the Homeland Security Committee’s interrogation of TSA Administrator Peter Neffenger last Wednesday, top airline officials testified before the Transportation Security Subcommittee the next morning on the skyrocketing wait times at airport security checkpoints. Here are the biggest takeaways from the hearing.  TSA airport incompetence hit an all-time high this year. Although having been an annoyance for years for traveling citizens, the TSA has achieved breathtaking new levels of inconvenience in 2016, with wait times sometimes as high as 120 minutes, executives said. “We have never seen TSA wait times that affect airlines and passengers throughout the United States like we’ve seen in recent months,” Kerry … Read entire article »

Filed under: Government Corruption, Political Campaigning, Politics, Problems of Big Government

Jobs Report Numbers at Odds With Obama’s Economic Spin

On Wednesday, President Barack Obama took an economic victory lap in Elkhart, Indiana. The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ employment report, which came out Friday, shows he was far too optimistic. Both the household and payroll surveys showed employment growth slowing to a crawl in May, while hundreds of thousands of Americans stopped looking for work. Seven years after the recession officially ended, the economy is not out of the woods. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has two principal employment surveys: the household survey (which interviews workers) and the payroll survey (which interviews businesses). Both showed tepid job growth in May. The payroll survey reported employers created just 38,000 net new jobs last month. Almost all this growth occurred in the health care sector (+46,000) and government (+13,000). Most other sectors showed slight gains or … Read entire article »

Filed under: Economic/Financial Collapse, Government Corruption, Political Campaigning, Politics, Problems of Big Government

Venezuela’s Crisis Is the Latest Example of Why Socialism Doesn’t Work

Venezuela’s Crisis Is the Latest Example of Why Socialism Doesn’t Work

It seems the “Socialism of the 21th Century” is really no different from socialism from the past. Venezuela’s current tragedy, simultaneously culminating in food shortages, a crime epidemic, and an energy collapse, is the latest example of why centralized planning economy does not work—and how it is indistinguishable from tyranny. In the South American country, even the most basic services and products are becoming inaccessible as a result cronyism, interventionism, and a controlled prices policy. The government … Read entire article »

Filed under: Economic/Financial Collapse, Government Corruption, Political Campaigning, Politics, Problems of Big Government

Former Thunderbirds Commander Reflects on Thunderbirds and Blue Angels Crashes

Former Thunderbirds Commander Reflects on Thunderbirds and Blue Angels Crashes

There are only a handful of organizations whose sole mission is to travel across the United States and allow Americans to see their military up close and personal. Among them are two teams that showcase the professionalism and leading edge technology of the most powerful Navy and Air Force the world has ever known. They do it in a way that draws crowds filled with butchers, school teachers, farmers, dry cleaners—folks from every walk of life … Read entire article »

Filed under: Government Corruption, Political Campaigning, Politics, Problems of Big Government

Bill Nye: Vote against the 'deniers'

Daniel Chaitin Bill Nye is rallying a “small minority” group of Americans to get out and vote — the fraction of society he says embraces “critical thinking over baseless anecdotes. examinerpolitics.com … Read entire article »

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Priebus calls on Trump to 'evolve' on Hispanic outreach

Al Weaver Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus argued that presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump needs to “evolve” in courting Hispanic voters, pushing back on Trump’s recent attack on the judge handling the Trump University case. Priebus predicted to the Washington Examiner on Friday that Trump will undertake an “evolution” in courting Hispanic voters before the November general election despite recent attacks against a judge in the Trump University case, which escalated Friday. examinerpolitics.com … Read entire article »

Filed under: Government Corruption, Political Campaigning, Politics, Problems of Big Government