Public-Debt

A Tsunami of Bankrupting Debt with More Dependents & Less Revenue

On February 4th, 2014; the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its non-partisan report detailing the economic outlook for America over the next ten years. The next day, CBO Director Doug Elmendorf testified…

MitchFacts

Mitch McConnell & Rand Paul: An Unfortunate Duo

Whether or not the typical American cares, the primary politics of today will become the legislation of tomorrow. Legislation in which we demand will provide a pathway for our children’s future, not one based on…

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Dems Pull An All-nighter with Progs Over Climate Change

Imagine if you will a major issue, like the massive spending of Obamanomics that has led to a stagnate economy, and a bill was being proposed that would alter that issue dramatically, yet in the…

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Paul Broun Leaves Everyone in the Dust in GA US Senate Primary

Well, well, well.  It looks like not only the Establishment’s head is exploding but Neil (vote for Darwin over knuckle dragger Paul Broun) Boortz may have just had a massive coronary to go with it….

Pope-Francis

Pope Francis Praying for Family & Priests for Life on SCOTUS Fast Track

It is not too difficult to locate the great immorality and injustice that is running rampant throughout America, and worldwide. Afterall, society is making up “fake rights,” while ignoring the unalienable rights guaranteed us in our Declaration of Independence; the same rights “endowed by the Creator.” These unalienable rights (Life, Liberty & Pursuit of Happiness) were reaffirmed with the Fourteenth Amendment. With this in mind, Pope Francis is calling on all Churches and the whole world to pray for families (man, woman and child) just as the Priests for Life are “on the fast track” in defending the right to life before the Supreme Court of the United States of America (SCOTUS).

Some have tried to stir-up controversy over a recent interview that Pope Francis seemingly gave about civil unions, however, it is important to note that the Pope defended the definition of marriage as between one man, and one woman (a natural relationship). The word “civil” does not pertain to ecclesiastical matters (religious matters) and therefore, one can conclude that no government has a right to legislate marriage, that does in fact pertain to religious matters.

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Voter Responsibility: It’s Up to You, Not the Government

Americans hear a lot these days from liberals claiming that voting rights are constantly being abused and the nation must take many more steps to make it “easy” for citizens to vote.  Not only that but…