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"Help me, Dad": A daughter dies needlessly in San Francisco because Obama's illegals "trump" the safety of Americans

“Help me, Dad”: A daughter dies needlessly in San Francisco because Obama’s illegals “trump” the safety of Americans

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  The account of Kate Steinle’s death is gripping and sad. He recalled: ‘We walked down to the Embarcadero and had lunch at a place called Perry’s. We walked over to the ferry building and Kate wanted to go into one of the stores there to check on some pottery items she’d ordered. ‘We walked… Read more »

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Why Be Surprised When Government Opt NOT to Obey Laws? (Guest Post)

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Much has been said about how some governmental entities or governmental workers have refused to honor the Supreme Court ruling that “gay marriage” is now legal in all 50 states. Well, put those independent declarations in some context. The United States was established as a nation ruled, not by men, but by laws. This meant… Read more »

Fact checking Trump- updated

Fact checking Trump- updated

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  Donald Trump is under siege for comments he made opening his bid for the GOP Presidential nomination. It is appropriate that someone bother to fact check his assertions instead of just jumping on the PC bandwagon and slamming Trump as pretty much everyone- Republicans included– has done. So let’s see what Trump really said:… Read more »

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Obamacare, Gay Marriage and Disparate Impact – 25 Hours Which Will Live in Infamy

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When historians look back on the collapse of the United States and seek to pinpoint the beginning of the end, they will no doubt look to the election of Barack Obama to the presidency. If they want to narrow the focus they will point to the period of his reign between 10:00 AM June 25th… Read more »

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How We Win Matters: Observations on the Recent SCOTUS Decisions (Guest Post)

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Process Should Matter But Doesn’t Anymore Colonel Hyrum Graff: We won. That’s all that matters. Ender Wiggin: No. The way we win matters. —From the film Ender’s Game Really, process hasn’t much mattered for a long time.Thursday, a 6-3 majority of the Court rewrote portions of the Affordable Care Act because that was the easiest… Read more »

John Boehner has to go

John Boehner has to go

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Obama shows off his new puppet   It was the most curious of spectacles. John Boehner, abandoning everything he claimed his stood for, has been reduced to an Obama hand puppet. That stench is the smell of Boehner hypocrisy. Boehner was instrumental in getting passed Obama’s Transpacific Authority and it has consistently been cloaked in… Read more »

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John Roberts rules in favor of Obama third term

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Obama takes his new dog “Roberts” out for a walk Barack Obama has decided to run for a third term (at least) as President of the United States. President Obama is beginning the process to amend the Constitution to allow him to run for a third term. WWN learned that the White House and President… Read more »

Robertscare still faces some serious challenges

Robertscare still faces some serious challenges

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  What once was known as Obamacare is now indisputably Robertscare. John Roberts has twice saved the ACA by rewriting the law. The first time Roberts suggested to Donald Verrilli that Verrilli argue that instead of arguing for a personal mandate that Verrilli instead label the personal mandate a tax- despite Obama swearing repeatedly that… Read more »

The Roberts Court renders all laws meaningless as written

The Roberts Court renders all laws meaningless as written

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  John Roberts is a liar. Acting as Obama’s champion for the second time, The Supreme Court has upheld Obamacare. From the ruling: The argument that the phrase “established by the State” would be superfluous if Congress meant to extend tax credits to both State and Federal Exchanges is unpersuasive. This Court’s “preference for avoiding… Read more »