Written by Tom Fitton
“There is a lack of oversight of this agency by Congress, there is a lack of interest in the problem by the media class in Washington, D.C., and there is real damage being done to the ...
Written by Brian Roberts
The establishment promotes political ideas that accrue power at the expense of the People’s economic and civil liberty.
The establishment promotes political tactics that encourage those involved to focus attention on the federal government where the message can be controlled.
Written by Phyllis Schlafly
At last Republicans can read a coherent explanation of why they didn’t win in 2012, despite high unemployment and a dismal economy, the unpopularity of ObamaCare, and many scandals such as Fast and Furious. Best-selling author Dr. Jerome Corsi, who spent three weeks traveling with the Mitt Romney ...
Written by Joshual Cook
Tonight at the regular monthly meeting of the Chesterfield County Republican Party, members utilized a roll call vote to pass a 29-point resolution in favor of censuring one of the current United States Senators from South Carolina, Lindsey Graham.
Written by Tom Fitton
With a struggling economy and government debt piling up, President Obama promised to look at the budget line by line. Well, I’ve got a few lines he can examine. How about starting with the ...
Written by Judicial Watch
The Obama administration embraced Egypt’s Defense Minister and coup leader, General Abdel Fatah El-Sisi, despite having first-hand knowledge of his radical Islamist views, documents obtained by Judicial Watch show.
Written by Walid Shoebat
During a discussion with the Republican Study Committee, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) went on a bit of a righteous rant in response to Barack Obama's assertion that 'phony scandals' have served to take 'Washington's eye off the ball'. Issa's comments focused on Fast and Furious, Benghazi, and the IRS ...
Written by Joshua Cook
Apparently Sen. Tim Scott voted for the Rand amendment before he voted against it.
Last Thursday, Congressman Jeff Duncan (R-SC) and U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) spoke to a large crowd at a Tea Party meeting in Greenville, S.C.
Written by Daniel Greenfield
The Republican Party's biggest problem is mental illness. The big elephant party is suffering from a severe case of split personality disorder. It's an old problem that has only gotten worse over the years.
It can be hard to remember sometimes while swimming in the media bubble that depicts the ...