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Due Process

Jim Acosta, CNN, 1st Amendment, 5th Amendment, CON

CNN and Acosta filed a suit on Tuesday against President Trump and several White House aides alleging violation of Acosta’s […]

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Presidential Seal

Will Hillary Clinton run again in 2020 and why should it be allowed?

More than anything it seems that Hillary Rodham Clinton wants to be president just to be president, to satisfy her […]

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Financial Services Committee

Maxine Waters and the Financial Services Committee

It is a wonder that Maxine Waters (D-CA) could even be considered to chair the Financial Services Committee. The reason […]

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14th Amendment

USA Citizenship and the Constitution – In Layman’s Terms

For several decades there have been children born to illegal immigrants and these so-called “anchor babies” have been granted citizenship […]

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accountability

Holding Congress Accountable – How Soon They (Think We) Forget

There were many elected officials who jumped on the Dump Kavanaugh bandwagon because of sexual misconduct allegations supposedly committed by […]

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Circus clown

Democrats and Double Standards

The circus is still in town! It is remarkable how Democratic party leaders rallied around accusers, with no proof or […]

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What The U.S. Constitution Should Mean To Americans

Today is Constitution Day, time to really think about the U.S. Constitution. On May 25, 1787, with a quorum of […]

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A Constitution For We The People

Our Founding Fathers were brilliant men who were able to construct, through their agreements and arguments, a Constitution that can, […]

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Internet censorship

Corporate Censorship – Company Policies – People’s Rights

There has been a controversial trend occurring where corporate social media platforms have lessened the reach, temporarily suspended, or altogether […]

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