Trump’s Legacy of Border Security

February 10, 2021 Staff 0

AFP covers peaceful south-Texas rally; hundreds laud president’s efforts. By Mark Anderson ALAMO, Texas—Hundreds of Donald Trump supporters braved unseasonably chilly weather Jan. 12, near the border town of Alamo, Texas, in Hidalgo County, to […]

Presidential Pandemic Parallels

February 8, 2021 Staff 0

Woodrow Wilson, Donald Trump, the Spanish Flu, and Covid-19. By S.T. Patrick By the time the 1918 influenza pandemic (Spanish Flu) had finished unleashing its wrath upon the population of the world, it had infected […]

Leftist Militants Inside Pro-Trump Crowd?

February 6, 2021 Staff 1

By Mark Anderson A careful read of the transcript of President Donald Trump’s early afternoon remarks Jan. 6 at the Ellipse, a 52-acre park just south of the White House, revealed no directives whatsoever to […]

The Pendulum Will Swing

February 3, 2021 Staff 1

By Patrick Buchanan Donald Trump has stumbled and fallen, and the establishment is not going to let slip this last opportunity to stomp him and his movement to death. A month ago, House Speaker Nancy […]

Assault on Red States Begins

February 3, 2021 Staff 1

Democrats need to rein in rhetoric or they risk instigating a real civil war. By Paul Craig Roberts The opening salvo against “Red State America” was the article of impeachment against President Donald Trump introduced […]

War on Terror Comes Home

February 1, 2021 Staff 0

By Ron Paul Last month’s massive social media purges—starting with President Donald Trump’s permanent ban from Twitter and other social media platforms and outlets—was shocking and chilling, particularly to those of us who value free […]

Monopolies Kill More Than Competition

January 30, 2021 Staff 0

By Donald Jeffries Republicans, who have generally defended consolidation of corporate power through mergers and buyouts, are finally decrying what Sen. Marco Rubio calls the “monopoly power” of Big Tech companies. Rubio told Fox News, […]

Rep. Cortez Wants Alt-Media Silenced

January 25, 2021 Staff 1

N.Y. congresswoman says time to “rein in” dissenting opinions By John Friend Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), the leading figure among the far-left radical firebrands in the House known as “The Squad,” recently revealed she wants to […]

Are ‘Never Trumpers’ the Future of GOP?

January 24, 2021 Staff 1

By Patrick J. Buchanan Denouncing the $900 billion Covid-19 relief bill as a parsimonious “disgrace” and hinting at an Alamo-style finish on Jan. 6, when Congress votes to declare Joe Biden the next president, Donald […]

Georgia Election on President’s Mind

January 10, 2021 Staff 0

Attorneys for Donald Trump allege they have a “shocking” lawsuit is coming. By S.T. Patrick Two days after the 2020 presidential election, President Trump said that there was clear “election interference” against him. “If you […]

Why the Electoral College Must Never Be Abolished

October 7, 2020 Staff 0

By Donald Jeffries This writer was strongly opposed to the seemingly antiquated Electoral College system as recently as 2015. The 2016 presidential election, and the glaring focus it placed on America’s new demographics, changed all […]

Trump Platform

September 7, 2020 Staff 1

Will it be America First or America Worst? By John Friend With both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions recently concluded and the 2020 presidential election drawing nearer with each passing day, the contrasts between […]

Impeachment Trial a Risk for Democrats

January 7, 2020 Staff 0

If the Senate takes up an impeachment trial, investigators could expose the depth of corruption of the Bidens and others in Ukraine. By Donald Jeffries The Democrats’ plan to convert a nebulous phone conversation involving […]

Faux Conservatives Being Challenged

December 15, 2019 Staff 0

By John Friend A burgeoning movement on the dissident right comprised of America-first nationalists concerned with immigration, changing demographics, disastrous foreign entanglements, and globalism are on a mission to publicly confront, challenge, and expose the […]

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