Obama Post-Election: More Hurt Ahead For American Workers, Business Owners, Taxpayers
By Austin Hill
It’s noteworthy that the President is saving his surprise until after this year’s elections. And it’s difficult to know if he can be stopped, regardless of who wins in November.America’s Death March
By John Porter
I published and emailed a short letter the day following the election of Barack Obama for a second term in 2012 in answer to a friend’s question, “What do we do now?” A few asked me if I was going to give up up my fight to help save our Constitutional Republic.“Land” Slide Preferable: We’ll Be Happy with a Terri Lynn Land Win!
By Lloyd Marcus
I had my first taste of Walleye in Michigan. Delicious. Folks up there are use to hearty meals. And, man, does it get cold. I remember David and Dustin the Millennials on our Conservative Campaign Committee team walking on the snow-covered frozen Lake Michigan in Petoskey. A gentleman was way out there fishing through a hole he cut in the ice.It’s rarely about the environment anymore
By Paul Driessen
Back in 1970, when I got involved in the first Earth Day and nascent environmental movement, we had real pollution problems. But over time, new laws, regulations, attitudes and technologies cleaned up our air, water and sloppy industry practices. By contrast, today’s battles are rarely about the environment.Who authorized RCMP to make warrantless entires into High River homes during the 2013 flood?
By Guest Column
In the summer of 2013, Canadians were witness to wholesale house-to-house searches and seizures of property by the RCMP in High River, Alberta. Certainly hundreds and more likely thousands of private homes were entered without probable cause and without warrants. Doors were kicked in and officers entered the abandoned homes. Firearms, ammunition and other weapons, e.g., archery equipment, was seized. Complaints were made and various explanations and justifications have since been offered by the RCMP in response.