When we thought things couldn’t get worse, a Watergate-like scandal rocks the Trump and Obama administration. What’s in it for us?
While Trump is calling for unity across the aisle, Obama is still beating the drum of division, as he is keeping his fingers in politics.
After over a year of divisive political campaigning, Donald Trump has won the elections, but is he capable of uniting us once again?
Democrats are interested in one thing and one thing only; that’s power. And in their eyes, the ends justify the means.
The most dangerous thing that Obama did to this country was the loss of the media. That’s why we hardly saw reports about Louisiana floods.
The types of people who are drawn to that power aren’t the types we should give it to. Then, when we the people, are hurt by our governments.
Permanent disarmament bans not only don’t prevent recidivism but they do lay the groundwork for tyranny. It’s worse! It eventually makes all of us criminals.
This is incredibly disturbing because terrorists will come up with guns that Hillary sold to them as she moves to disarm our citizens.
Once again, rather than address the elephant of Radical Islam in the room, Obama uses Orlando attack to ask for more gun control.
There has been no other time in our history, when the United States pulled together for a single purpose, like it did in World War II.
The left uses the term, “separation of church and state” especially against Christians having any input into the government or using their faith to guide their decisions
The community organizer will still be organizing the community. Who knows, maybe he’ll be the next leader of some anti-American group.
Our Police State USA has now reached new devastating heights of radical intrusion, stepping into our privacy in the sanctity of our own church.
If any liberals happen to read this, I warn you, you will be offended and call me every name in the book. I’m coming against your sacred cows here.
The 2016 campaign is less about which candidate convince us that they can do the best job of being President, and more about mudslinging.
All-in-all, the Supreme Court nomination is a definite hot potato. The candidate that Obama has selected doesn’t make that easy either.