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A Few Statistics:

31% of Americans give Obama positive grade on handling economic issues

36% of Americans, about 80 million people, believe UFO's exist.

If aliens arrived at their doorstep. 22% of that 36 percent would try to befriend the alien, 15% would run away, 13% would lock their doors, and only ...

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70 Reasons To Mourn For America

70 Reasons To Mourn For America

Every single year, Americans take the day off on July 4th and they celebrate everything that is good about America.  We tend to be very proud of our achievements and we generally are not shy about talking about them.  For example, today CNN is running a piece entitled "100 great things ...

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Obama's "Civilian National Security Force"

Obama's

All Dictators Need Their Own Police Force

Four years ago this month -- on July 2nd, 2008 -- Obama delivered a speech in Boulder, Colorado in which he promised the creation and establishment of a "Civilian National Security Force."  He further promised it would be "just as powerful, just as ...

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BENADOR: At 236, America Needs a Revolution

BENADOR: At 236, America Needs a Revolution

by Eliana Benador

“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this ...

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Lies We Can Believe In

Lies We Can Believe In

Civil disobedience is the act of breaking the law and defying the authorities to do anything about it. So is tyranny. The difference between the two lies in which side of the power equation the breaker is on. When the law is broken, two things happen. Either the law is upheld or the authorities ...

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Sovereignty, Preempted

Sovereignty, Preempted

Justice Antonin Scalia, in a characteristically electrifying dissent, seized on the cataclysm at the heart of the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Arizona immigration case. It came in the form of a question: “Would the States conceivably have entered the Union if the Constitution itself contained the ...

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Limiting the General Welfare Clause

Limiting the General Welfare Clause

Three months ago — while anticipating that there would be five judges on the Supreme Court who would figure out a way to uphold Obamacare despite the weakness of the Commerce Clause argument for the “individual mandate” — I arguedon the Corner that the root of our problem is the General ...

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Mandate Constitutional, Roberts Saves Obamacare

So the mandate is constitutional. Chief Justice Roberts joins the left of the Court. The medicaid provision is limited by not invalidated.  The entire ACA is upheld with the exception of the federal government's power to terminates state's Medicaid funds. Chief Justice Roberts vote saved ...

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The Biggest Scandal in U.S. History

The Biggest Scandal in U.S. History

Forget executive privilege, contempt of Congress, “fast and furious,” how many documents the government has produced and who said what to whom on which date.  

The Obama administration has almost certainly engaged in the most shockingly vile corruption scandal in the history of the country, not ...

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