Dashboard by Benny Johnson 13 February 2016 Justice Antonin Scalia passed away Friday at the age of 79. The conservative-leaning, Reagan appointed Justice was famous for his dry, blistering dissents and firm commitment to Constitutional originalism. Scalia, who was educated at Harvard Law and was a practicing Roman Catholic, did Continue reading 20 Face-Melting Quotes from Late Justice Antonin Scalia Will Make You Miss Him Even More
by Tom Tancredo 4 Dec 2015 The Islamist assault in San Bernardino may prove to be the turning point in the Islamist war on America. Americans are realizing that it’s time to get deadly serious about self-defense. The cavalry is not coming: we must defend ourselves. We need a national Continue reading Tancredo: Organize State, Local Militias to Defend Against Radical Islamist Assaults
By Robert A. Hall, a Marine Vietnam veteran who served five terms in the Massachusetts State Senate. I’m 73. Except for one semester in college when jobs were scarce and a six-month period when I was between jobs, but job-hunting every day, I’ve worked, hard, since I was 18. Despite some health Continue reading I’m 73 and I’m Tired
Some people are getting very nervous, including Barack Obama, Valerie Jarrett, Eric Holder, Hillary Clinton and Jon Corzine to name just a few. And I know why. I wrote a book titled “The Murder of the Middle Class” about the unholy conspiracy between big government, big business and big media. Continue reading Wayne Allyn Root on Donald Trump
FJ Rocca June 5, 2015 The answer to this question is a firm “yes!” America is not just some country. Bono of U2 fame once put it succinctly when he said “America is an idea.” The idea of America, which imbues every American, is freedom and rights, which are unalienable Continue reading Is There Hope for the Restoration of American Greatness?