Is the President’s immigration authority that difficult to understand?

The left loves to pick and choose which laws they will adhere to—that includes liberal justices on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.  In the most recent example of picky-choosey, the 9th “Circus” unanimously decided the courts must serve as a check on the president, even when he is acting within his lawful national security powers….
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News From the Left Coast

The following article is found in the February edition of the Buffalo Gap News (Buffalo Gap, Texas).  For subscription inquiries email subscriptions@buffalogapnews.com Gender: it’s how you feel I’ve read that the legislature in Texas has brought forward a bill entitled “The Texas Privacy Act.” The act would require all Texans to use the bathroom or locker room…
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God, an Indian, and the First Thanksgiving

The following is a brief article penned by the late Charles Colson; he did a wonderful job summarizing the miraculous backstory to America’s special Holiday. Most of us know the story of the first Thanksgiving—at least, we know the Pilgrim version. But how many of us know the Indian viewpoint? No, I’m not talking about some…
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Trump lost the popular vote? Think again.

Millions of absentee and provisional ballots will never be counted. The reason is that states only count such ballots if they are more numerous than the votes between the top two vote-getters. For example, if Trump wins in Michigan by 13,000 votes, and there are 12,999 absentee ballots, it is not worth counting them since…
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Pawns: the “Not My President” protesters

I am convinced that the “Not My President” protesters really fear that the Trump administration will not be racist, sexist, homophobic, nor xenophobic.  Meantime they continue to protest, chant, and riot. If only they knew the cabal that is organizing and funding their events. Bill Wilson, from the Daily Jot, provides us with some keen insight: Little…
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Why the Electoral College

The Democrats are once again crowing about abolishing the electoral college.  After all, they cry, Hillary won the popular vote. Critics have long derided the Electoral College as an antiquated relic of a bygone era; they contend the fair way to elect the President of the United States is by way of the popular vote….
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Recollections: the last time the Clinton’s were in the White House

Bill and Hillary turned the IRS into a gestapo-like organization used to attack political enemies. As 1st Lady, Hillary hired private investigators to intimidate those sexually abused by Bill. Upon exiting their tenure as the 1st couple, Hillary looted the White House of art, furniture, and flatware. Bill and Hill illegally obtained FBI files of…
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Trans-Bathrooms: The Real Story

Everyone is aware of the current hubbub regarding so-called transgender people wanting to use the bathroom that they contend best fits their psyche. Don’t be fooled. This isn’t about lavatory choices. This is a battle for soul of our nation directed by disciples of Karl Marx. This clash over the loo is old news here…
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Earth Day’s Real Story

As many of you know in 2010 I penned a bestselling book, Climategate, that discussed Earth Day’s real story, but what follows is a nice summary. On this date in 1970, a trio of radical dreamers established the first Earth Day, an annual event designed to assault capitalism, free-markets and mankind. The initial concept was conceived…
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Feeling the real burn on tax day

Tax day.  If we simply didn’t have money deducted from our paychecks and received a bill in the mail today for all that we owed during the past year the people would not take it.  But instead, as our hard earned money is quietly siphoned from our earnings, we just put up with it. And,…
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