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Wednesday, May 18th, 2022


The Great Reset-the Biggest Lie for Global Control

The Great Reset-the Biggest Lie for Global Control




Tuesday, May 17th, 2022

Subject: Michele Bachmann on WHO Amendments: “This creates a platform for global governance”



Tuesday, May 17th, 2022


Just out! 

This is the Dinish D’sousa’s film we’ve been waiting for.



Saturday, May 14th, 2022


Thanks to Nancy Anderson , one of our conservative ladies, who shared with us an article that  she wrote for American Thinker.  Nancy
May 12, 2022

Another sad spectacle at Duke University


University commencement speakers took the stage this past weekend to advise students of the Class of 2022 now ready to join the real world.  I observed the commencement ceremony at Duke University, as my niece graduated magna cum laude.  As a Duke alumna myself, I was proud of her: half of her college experience was marred by extreme COVID lockdown policies, yet she remained focused, worked hard, and earned her accomplishments.  My extended family — which included several Duke grads and employees — settled atop Wallace Wade stadium, bracing unseasonably cold weather, awaiting the commencement speakers’ advice to the next generation.

The featured Duke commencement speaker was General Motors CEO Mary Barra.  She spoke of five lessons from the kitchen table.  I appreciated her speech and humble advice, especially grateful that she did not receive the memo that the words “diversity” and “equity” are crucial features of modern-day academic discourse.  Unfortunately, her grounded advice will be overshadowed by the student commencement speech preceding it.

Prior to Ms. Barra’s speech, the chosen Duke undergraduate student speaker spoke of a “Duke Nation.”  The Duke senior described the idea that if a moat existed around Duke, “[Duke] could be its own tiny island nation like Cuba or Sri Lanka.”  “Cuba?” I thought at the time.  “Well, that probably isn’t a terrible comparison when you really think about the communist collectivism on campuses.”  The remaining speech contained citizenship metaphors, passport allusions, and a “world of experiences.”




Wednesday, May 11th, 2022


The Exasperated American

 Will the voters channel their furor at this regime of lies into an unprecedented turnout at the polls in
November ?
By Victor Davis Hanson   May 9, 2022

A large majority of Americans now have no confidence in Joe Biden and his administration, which often polls below 40 percent, with negatives nearing 60 percent.

Despite the 15-month catastrophe of his regime, the level of his own unpopularity remains understandable but still remarkable. After all, in 2020 voters already knew well of his cognitive deficits and the radicalism of his agenda. They saw both clearly starting in 2019 and during the 2020 Democratic primaries, the primary debates, and the general election.

So what did Biden’s voters imagine would happen when a cognitively challenged president, controlled by hard-Left subordinates, entered office—other than what he has done?



Tuesday, May 10th, 2022


Daniel Greenfield is a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center. This article previously appeared at the Center’s Front Page Magazine.
Articles by Daniel Greenfield
Articles by Daniel Greenfield
Biden Unilaterally Surrenders to Russia and China in Satellite Wars
by Daniel Greenfield May 8, 2022
Kamala Harris arrived at Vandenberg Space Force Base where Discoverer-1, the first satellite to enter a polar orbit and America’s bold response to Russia’s Sputnik, was launched to announce that we would be unilaterally surrendering to Russia and China in the growing satellite wars.

Last November, Russia had conducted a DA-ASAT or direct-ascent anti-satellite test which demonstrated its ability to take out satellites. The Russians had used their A-235 anti-ballistic missile system to destroy their own Kosmos 1408 satellite. The message was clear: Moscow had the ability to clear out enemy satellites in the event of any conflict. Including ours.




Wednesday, May 4th, 2022


Election Integrity Dead: Killed in Court

by J. Christian Adams
May 3, 2022    J. Christian Adams is President of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, the nation’s only public interest law firm dedicated wholly to election integrity. He served in the Voting Section of the United States Department of Justice and currently serves as a commissioner appointed by President Trump on the United States Commission on Civil Rights.

  • Many election operatives know that elections are won or lost because of process. For decades, one side has been focused on policy, big ideas, and winning debates. Meanwhile, the other side has been focused on process and the rules of the elections game.
  • [A] war is taking place around elections that has nothing to do with voting machines being controlled by Italian satellites or Internet hackers. They don’t need to be.
  • Election process fights have become a Darwinian “survival of the fittest.” Whichever side can effectively adapt to a new technological or cultural environment often determines who wins and who loses.
  • In 2020, an unprecedented burst of mail ballots swamped election offices because of the fright of COVID. All over the country, judges struck down or suspended laws that would have ensured those mail ballots were processed according to the law. At the same time, hundreds of millions of dollars in private money poured into election offices to change the way the elections were run.
  • It is a dangerous place we find ourselves, where citizens through the legislative process are enacting safeguards to keep our elections clean and manageable, yet a hyper-funded onslaught has mastered the art of killing real, verifiable, integrity in elections.
  • First, do not assume there will be a “red wave” this November. Many election operatives have demonstrated a fierce ability to adapt and leverage cultural and technological awareness into electoral wins.
  • Second, a “red wave” cannot overcome the “blue wave” tactics of 2020 seen in urban areas flush with outside cash.
  • Third, the Biden administration is already turning the battleship of the entire federal government toward turnout in 2022. Institutions have mobilized every single agency into a weapon to increase voter turnout among “historically marginalized communities.” Decoded, that means racial groups. This is all happening with little fanfare, and little means to stop it.
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Saturday, April 30th, 2022


These left-wing political groups need to be exposed.  If left unchecked, these  groups will contaminate our elections that were meant to be free and fair.   Nancy 

Nonprofit Pushing Jan. 6 Ballot Disqualifications Is Funded, Led by Left-Wing Activists

By Mark Tapscott  April 27, 2022

Just minutes after Donald Trump was sworn in as president in January 2017, Free Speech for People (PFS), working with RootsAction, another obscure left-wing activist group, launched the website

The Trump impeachment website remains live today, but PFS has moved on from years of seeking to drive the embattled Trump from the Oval Office to now trying to remove four of his strongest congressional supporters from their respective November 2022 ballots.

Although officially a nonpartisan educational nonprofit, PFS’s most notable activities since being organized in the wake of the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision have all been directed at Trump and other Republicans.

Most recently, PFS made headlines with litigation it filed against four House Republicans and one Arizona Republican state representative seeking to have state courts remove the officials’ names from the November ballot.

An Arizona Superior Court judge rejected PFS’s request to remove U.S. Reps. Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar, both Arizona congressmen, and Arizona state Rep. Mark Finchem from the November ballot. The PFS lawsuit stated that the lawmakers’ alleged efforts in support of the January 2021 breach of the U.S. Capitol amounted to participation in an insurrection seeking to bring down the federal government.

Biggs and Gosar are seeking reelection to the U.S. House, while Finchem seeks to be elected as Arizona’s secretary of state.


Saturday, April 30th, 2022


This video  is the reason I  don’t trust Bill Barr.  To me it just doesn’t make political sense that down ballot Republicans would win big in the battleground states and the top of the ticket (Trump) would go down to defeat.  That just doesn’t happen as the top of the ticket has always provided the coattails for the down ballot wins.   It screams voter fraud against Trump !   Nancy   

WATCH: Lame Duck Bill Barr Stabs Trump in the Back, Once Again

On Thursday, former Attorney General Bill Barr appeared on Newsmax TV’s “Spicer & Co.” and declared that former President Donald Trump should not be GOP’s 2024 presidential nominee.

Barr began, “Maybe your audience doesn’t want to hear this, but Trump ran weaker than the Republican ticket in Arizona, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania — 75,000 Republicans went to the polls and voted straight Republican ticket in Arizona and didn’t vote for him, 60,000 in Wisconsin, 60,000 and Pennsylvania. That’s why he lost the election.”



Friday, April 29th, 2022


Martha Jenkins, one of our conservative ladies, recently wrote this excellent article regarding the Democrats’ push to pack the Supreme Court.  Nancy

JENKINS: Keep nine Supreme Court Justices

Public support for packing the Supreme Court is very low, yet progressives are mounting a campaign to add additional seats to skew the ideological balance of the court.  Most people, if they think of court packing at all, assume that the idea died with Franklin D. Roosevelt when his own Democrat party panned the idea as too drastic.  But recent rhetoric and published articles show that there is a movement afoot to expand the court as soon as progressives get enough votes in Congress.

There have been nine justices on the Supreme Court since 1869. Most people think the Constitution sets the number at nine. However, the Constitution grants Congress the authority to set the number of justices on the court, and bills were filed in both houses of Congress in 2021 to add four more seats.

Manipulating the court for partisan advantage is antithetical to the American system of checks and balances provided by an independent judicial branch.  The Supreme Court keeps both the Executive Branch and the Legislative Branch accountable to Constitutional principles.  One of the first things Hugo Chavez did when he took over Venezuela was to pack the Court so that it could not stop him from becoming a dictator.  Without an independent Supreme Court, there is nothing to check the balance of power, and no guarantee that states can hold the federal government to the Constitution.

During the 2020 campaign, Joe Biden said voters didn’t deserve to know where he stood on court packing.  Soon after his inauguration, President Biden appointed a commission to report on potential “reforms” to the Supreme Court.  This Commission sidestepped the court packing issue, although progressive groups like Demand Justice were vocal in criticizing the Commission for its lack of support for court packing.  The Commission’s report was essentially a ruse, intended to keep the issue of court packing in the background.

Public polling shows that the American public is very much against increasing the number of justices. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg said “Nine is a good number” and retiring Justice Breyer has also spoken against packing the court.  Several years ago, a bipartisan group of former state attorneys general ― including Rufus Edmisten from North Carolina ― proposed “The Keep Nine Amendment” which simply says “The Supreme Court of the United States shall be composed of nine justices.” 


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