Great Depression II is mathematically inevitable, so all the more reason to believe that with 6400 new citizen-statesmen in the House of Representatives and Mr. Trump in the White House as the spear-point of our historic action
Many of us have preached for years that Great Depression II is a mathematical certainty. But for most Americans, an emotional condition called Normalcy Bias rules our thinking. Even in the face of overwhelming evidence that a
Trump is not a GOP apologist: he does not defend Republican policy failures or consider sacrosanct Republican-led wars. He fiercely and mercilessly goes after his opponents regardless of political affiliation.
Make of it what you will, we have no other course open to us as history unfolds – and economies collapse.
Over past weeks, Donald Trump and Ammon Bundy have made critical errors in judgment. Mr. Trump finally proves conclusively what many have maintained all along: he lacks the character, judgment and sincerity to be president.
In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, I explained why the Bundy circus will not change anything. I explained why the Second Amendment is not the tip of the spear in America’s war against the lawless Washington DC. Now
What a mess. For generations, Washington D.C. has attempted to grab our guns and state legislatures follow its lawless example. It occupies 640 million acres of America. But having our guns and our land taken by D.C. thugs
In five articles this week, I will first explain why the Second Amendment movement has done more harm than good. Next, I will demonstrate the constitutional connection between the longstanding arguments about firearms, militia,
As Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are locked in mortal combat over the 50 million Americans that religiously show up at the polls for the donkey and its welfare handouts, the GOP slate is dominated by Donald Trump, the