Written by J. D. Longstreet
US Senator Unconstitutionally “Detained” by TSA
If the US Constitution was still in effect, was still an operational document, was still the law of the land, then the Transportation Security Administration would be in very deep trouble today. However, as we have all come to know all too ...
Written by J. D. Longstreet
Within mere moments after South Carolina’s primary win by Newt Gingrich members of the mainstream media began referring to Newt’s win as a fluke. I beg to differ.
You’d think the “experts” would have had time to discern exactly what the conservative voters of SC would do. We told ...
Written by Judi McLeod
When Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich took aim and fired at CNN’s John King last night, the shot was not only heard—but even celebrated—across the fruited plain.
The long suffering peanut gallery known as We the People, steadfastly shut out by the crass mainstream media, ...
Written by Alan Caruba
One could make a very long list of reasons why Barack Obama will lose in the November election. Here’s a short list why Obama has already worn out his welcome among the majority of Americans, including some of those who formerly supported him.
As Obama delivers his State of the Union speech ...
Written by David Boaz
Ron Paul didn’t do as well with Republican voters in South Carolina as he had done in Iowa and New Hampshire. But he’s still the king of Twitter. (And tweeters, of course, are the peoplewho in one day faced down Hollywood and forced leading senators to withdraw their online-piracy bills.) ...
Written by Marshall Frank
The president has done it again, only this time in the form of quid pro quo.
If anyone doesn’t get it, here’s what must be going on behind the scenes. This president is smart enough to know what people want to hear. Despite all the lip service which draws cheers from the minions at ...
Written by Right Side News
In the Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton referred to the judiciary as the least dangerous branch of government, stating that judges under the Constitution would possess “neither force nor will, but merely judgment.” Yet recently, the courts have wielded great power, directing the President on ...
Written by GOA
Legislation could potentially shut down gun websites
By now, you are no doubt aware that several websites have either gone totally or partially “dark” today in protest of the pernicious internet legislation that will be coming to a vote next week.
Wikipedia and Google are just two of the ...
Written by Richard Falknor
“Is Congress about to limit freedom of speech on the Internet? Two bills wending their way through the Senate and the House may do just that.” — James Gattuso and Paul Rosenzweig
Today Mike Brownfield (Heritage’s The Foundry) explainsthe background of “An Internet Blackout Over SOPA and PIPA” ...