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Ohio Court Blocks PP Funding

CINCINNATI, OH—The full Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a prior ruling by a three-judge panel and has upheld the constitutionality of an Ohio law that blocks nearly $1.5 million that Planned Parenthood received from the state health department and federal government.

In an 11-6 vote, the appeals court overturned a lower court injunction against the law, which was signed in 2016 by then Governor John Kasich. A three-judge panel of the appeals court had upheld the injunction last April 18.

By Liberty Counsel - Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Crusade of Tears:  Children’s Crusade for Peace: How globalists sell whole generations into slavery

Crusade of Tears: Children's CrusadeLast summer, a group of young people travelled to Tajikistan. They wanted to prove to themselves and to the whole world that evil does not exist, that all people are good and that the stories about Muslim terrorists are only a scarecrow for stupid children. They were riding bicycles when a car crashed into them at full speed. Those who did not die immediately were murdered by people shouting “Allah Akbar”.

In December of the same year, two young Scandinavian girls travelled to Morocco where local young people invited them for a night picnic in the Atlas Mountains. The next morning the girls were found with their throats cut and the “pleasant young people” published a statement that it was a revenge on the West.

By Alexander Maistrovoy - Tuesday, March 12, 2019

An Age of Universal Deceit

An Age of Universal DeceitWhat is slowly coming to light, a sort of gradual clearing of the mist and fog, is a conspiracy and scandal so immense and fantastic that it dwarfs even the minds of writers of political fiction. It is a story of deceit, power and the clenching of it, with a resistance to let go not seen in American history going back at least 150 years. This defiance was intensified by a brash, albeit politically naive outsider, an individual that, in spite of his affluence, was not and could never be a member of the political elite if they could help it.

By Ray DiLorenzo - Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Vacating the Facebook “Swamp”

Vacating the Facebook SwampThroughout 2018, social media giants came under serious scrutiny from the federal government. It was a different Administration, and in the aftermath of the data breach   of sensitive personal information off of Facebook via Cambridge Analytica as a way of profiling and cataloguing political preferences of American voters, a substantial number of citizens became suspicious of Facebook’s purpose. Since last year, this social media giant has increasingly lost credibility regarding the protection of the privacy of user’s information. However, new concerns have been surfacing since the start of the new year.

Old accusations about Facebook purposely and frequently allowing unauthorized access to precious user data to outside enterprises (like Microsoft) for their nefarious purposes are resurfacing. However, serious investigations are producing enlightening revelations regarding Facebook. For instance, recent research is attempting to provide a clear connection to the founding of Facebook and funding from the federal government, or to be real: from the American taxpayers. Actually, recent research has uncovered a very interesting “coincidence” that occurred in 2004.

By Dennis Jamison - Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Dem House Passes Anti-Democratic Election Overhaul

Dem House Passes Anti-Democratic Election OverhaulThe Democrat-controlled House of Representatives passed an outrageous legislative assault on fair elections and the First Amendment last week that would drive up the occurrence of the voter fraud Democrats increasingly rely on to win elections.

The House approved H.R. 1, dubbed the proposed “For the People Act,” on a strict party line vote of 234 to 193 on March 8. Conservatives quite correctly denounced the measure as a “voter fraud and election theft” wish list.

Socialists Turn Common Sense into Nonsense!

Socialists Turn Common Sense into Nonsense!If you listen to the rhetoric of Bernie Sanders, you’d think that the United States is on the precipice of an economic disaster and that his socialist policies are the antidote to “make America great again”.  This from a man who has never held a private sector job and has been on the government payroll for most of his adult years.  In other words, he has been sucking on the “teat of Uncle Sam” practically forever.  And he’s telling us what to do?

Why has he had such a great impact and following on the part of the Millennials and other supposed “losers” in our country?  Being an avowed socialist, ole Bernie is promising “free” this and “free” that, like he was handing out candy to the kids on Halloween.  He implores the masses to vote for him and by doing that he will pay off their student loans, will give them free tuition at public colleges, he will raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour, and his biggest plum of a promise, “free heath care” in the form of universal Medicare for all.  Sounds great?  But, one might ask, how will he pay for all this largess that would be doled out by the government?

By Chuck Lehmann - Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Despotic Democracy: For the People Act of 2019

Despotic Democracy: For the People Act of 2019Last Friday, the Democrat controlled house passed the partisan “For the People Act.”  Although the bill isn’t over 10,000 pages long, like the Affordable Care Act, it’s still equivalent to reading a large novel, and once again Congress had to pass it to find out what’s in it. Unlike novels, the plot isn’t obvious to the reader, and the bill is too long, complicated and disjointed to read and understand without doing exhaustive research. It’s filled with ambiguous language and complicated rules and regulations, as well as references to other rules and regulations.

By Charles Wills - Monday, March 11, 2019

Democrats go fishing whilst their Trump hatred destroys them

Democrats go fishing whilst their Trump hatred destroys themThe Democrats seem hell bent on their own destruction as the Democrat-dominated US House Committee on The Judiciary (Judiciary Committee) sets out on a fishing expedition casting its nets far and wide among 81 people and organisations seeking evidence to destroy President Trump.

The Judiciary Committee has brazenly breached the privacy of its targets by publishing letters and documents being sought from each of them.

Each letter pompously and misleadingly declares:

By David Singer - Sunday, March 10, 2019

Race Horses vs Disabled Veterans

Race Horses vs Disabled VeteransFellow Veterans and Friends of Veterans

President Trump recently signed an Executive Order to end Veteran suicide.

It is estimated that on average each day across the USA, 20 U.S. Military Veterans (some reports estimate 22 a day) take their own lives.

It is also estimated that nearly 70% are not engaged with the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) for their healthcare.

By Robert L. Rosebrock - Sunday, March 10, 2019

Selling Socialism to America

Selling Socialism to AmericaSocialism is a tough sell to Americans who evaluate ideas based on facts and a remarkably easy sell to Americans who evaluate ideas based on feelings. The adult world of facts is a foreign land to the infantilized world of feelings where low-info millennial voters currently dwell. The heated political battle between Americanism and Socialism parallels the battle between parents and their children who refuse to grow up emotionally and leave the nest.

Becoming an emotional adult requires embracing a fact based cause-and-effect view of the world that rejects the fantasies of childhood. “No Johnny, you cannot fly like a bird even though you really really really want to.” What happens if Johnny insists that he can fly and takes a confident leap from a tall building?

By Linda Goudsmit - Sunday, March 10, 2019

James Madison on dysfunctional government

James Madison on dysfunctional governmentThere are seriously negative consequences to America as a result of the tabloidization of the erratic and bizarre behavior of America’s ruling class—elected and unelected—that navigate in, over, and around the D.C. Swamp.

The man often called The Father of the U.S. Constitution foresaw the worst of those consequences as “the mischievous effects of a mutable government.” He imagined several of those effects in Federalist Paper No. 62 as, like very few other among the nation’s pantheon of Founders, he peered over the horizon into what could go wrong in the new Republic.

By Lee Cary - Sunday, March 10, 2019

The Debate about Debates

The Debate about DebatesIt should come as no surprise that the Democratic Party will not allow Fox News to host a presidential candidate debate for the upcoming 2020 election. According to Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez, “Recent reporting at The New Yorker on the inappropriate relationship between President Trump, his administration and FOX News has led me to conclude that the network is not in a position to host a fair and neutral debate for our candidates. Therefore, FOX News will not serve as a media partner for the 2020 Democratic primary debates.”

It is quite predictable that Perez cited The New Yorker, which is a very liberal magazine, for his decision. In reality, Fox News is only cable network with ideological balance. The network gives plenty of exposure to liberals and Democrats and employs contributors, hosts and reporters who are very critical of President Donald Trump.

By Jeff Crouere - Saturday, March 9, 2019

CNN to be sued for more than $250M over ‘vicious’ and ‘direct attacks’ on Covington High student: la

CNN is likely to be hit with a massive lawsuit worth more than $250 million over alleged “vicious” and “direct attacks” on Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann, his lawyer has told Fox News.

Lawyer L. Lin Wood discussed his decision to sue CNN for its reporting and coverage of his client during an interview that will air on Fox News Channel’s “Life, Liberty & Levin” on Sunday at 10 p.m. ET.—More…

By Fox News Nick Sandmann's attorney reveals lawsuit against CNN- Saturday, March 9, 2019