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U.S. Constitution

ENLIST Offers Another Path to Amnesty

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Members in both parties of the U.S. Senate and House, along with aspiring Republican Presidential candidate Jeb (Act of Love) Bush wish nothing more than to push through amnesty prior to the 2016 election, if not 2014.  In the DC bubble, the narrative is that the Republican Party must take swift action to gain political … Continue reading »

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Categories: American Culture, Amnesty, hispanic voters, illegal immigration, latino issues, U.S. Constitution, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

Generational Theft and Unlimited Government – We’re Doing it For the Children

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2013 will be remembered as a time of rapid political transformation in the United States as a second term administration implements their progressive wish list.   Americans are trying to comprehend a government that has replaced free enterprise and individual sovereignty with European-style socialism/progressivism and all its glorious attributes – income redistribution, massive federal debt … Continue reading »

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Categories: American Culture, Civil liberties, Common Core, Constitutionally Limited Government, Economics, education, federal spending, Fiscal Responsibility, immigration, Obamacare, President Obama, Taxation, The Left, U.S. Constitution, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

GOP Establishment Clips Right Wing – Begins Death Spiral

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The recent passing of Tom Clancy, America’s greatest author of thrillers, highlights the current struggle against DC’s demagogues in both political parties frequently colluding with big business at the expense of taxpayers.  Clancy’s characters are often creatures of Washington; well-connected people with grand ambitions and massive egos. They let nothing stand in the way of … Continue reading »

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Categories: America's Heroes, American Culture, Civil liberties, Conservatism, Constitutionally Limited Government, Fiscal Responsibility, The Left, U.S. Constitution, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

America’s Future Will Require Civil “Resurrection”

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Are the People Being Represented?Americans might wonder how historians will recount these days in our Republic.  The “Age of Arrogance” may best describe both the era and the relationship between citizens and the political class.  French diplomat Joseph de Maistre is credited with the phrase, “Every country has the government it deserves,” which is a … Continue reading »

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Categories: American Culture, Civil liberties, Constitutionally Limited Government, federal spending, U.S. Constitution, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

The Tea Party Pushes Back Against the IRS

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Better late than never could be the slogan of the day.  Butler County Ohio’s Liberty Township Tea Party (LTTP) is in the eye of the storm of controversy over the IRS’s intrusive questioning of tea party and other conservative patriot groups.  Liberty Township Tea Party applied for 501 C3 status in 2010.  In 2011, the … Continue reading »

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Freedom In Name Only

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The question demands an answer – has America tossed another vestige of freedom on the scrap heap of history. Watertown, (MA) citizens welcomed armed police and swat teams into their homes during the search for Boston Marathon bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.  As the linked video confirms, Boston’s ersatz storm troopers treated homeowners with scant civility.  A … Continue reading »

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A Controlling Interest

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A well-worn phrase came to mind recently, as opposing parties in the Senate began debating gun control legislation – We must do something.  On Thursday April 4,  by a vote of 68-31, the Senate voted to begin the process of bringing gun control legislation to the floor.  Gun control in the minds of those on … Continue reading »

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Ohio Legislators Pave the Way for Obamacare and Navigators

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On March 19, Ohio’s Senate passed Substitute S.B. 9 to set training and certification standards for health insurance ‘navigators’ as required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).  Navigators will play a pivotal role; educating and facilitating enrollment of hundreds of thousands of Ohioans into qualified health insurance plans through the federal health … Continue reading »

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Categories: American Culture, Constitutionally Limited Government, Fiscal Responsibility, Obamacare, Ohio Budget, Ohio Politics, U.S. Constitution, Uncategorized | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

Ohio’s Medicaid Expansion May Be Kasich’s Waterloo

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Ohioans are bombarded with media hype promoting Governor Kasich’s endorsement of Medicaid Expansion in Ohio. The misinformation from the Governor’s office does a disservice to Ohio’s uninsured residents and heralds the decline of health care for every Buckeye.  Expanding Medicaid is the vehicle to cover Ohio’s uninsured as required under the Patient Protection and Affordable … Continue reading »

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Hitting Close to Home

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The time has come for a heart-to-heart with my friends and fellow grassroots activists. Almost four years ago, millions of average Joes from around the U.S. came together in an historic organic movement to protest the unchecked growth of government spending, regulation and added restrictions on freedom.  Our righteous indignation was the start of a … Continue reading »

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