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Friday, March 26th, 2021



Analyzing American Election Integrity

 March 23, 2021
PARTICIPANTS/SPEAKERS – Moderated by Dean Michele Bachmann
Keynote Address – Dr. Ben Carson – Secretary, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Neurosurgeon, and Author
Panel:  HR1 – An Effort to Correct the Irregularities, or Institutionalize Them?

Moderator: Dean Michele Bachmann

John Fund – National Affairs Reporter for National Review Online, Senior Editor at The American Spectator; authored Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy, and co-authored (with Hans von Spakovsky) Who’s Counting?: How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk

Hans von Spakovsky – Former member of the Federal Election Commission, Manager of the Heritage Foundation’s Election Law Reform Initiative, Senior Legal Fellow at the Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies; co-authored (with John Fund) Who’s Counting?: How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk

Jay Ashcroft – Missouri Secretary of State; Organizer of the first National Election Security Summit; Member of the Elections Committee and former Executive Board Member of the National Association of Secretaries of State

Speakers – Jim and Joe Hoft – The Gateway Pundit – Evidence of Voter Fraud
Speaker – Dr. Peter Navarro – Former U.S. Director of Trade
Panel:  Is Voter ID a Solution?

Moderator: Professor Henry Jones

Dr. Kris Kobach – Former Kansas Secretary of State, Vice Chair of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity; former Counsel to the Attorney General of the United States; former Professor of Law at the University of Missouri – Kansas City

William Wachtel – Managing Partner, Wachtel Missry, LLP; Co-Founder of the Drum Major Institute; Co-Founder and Member of the Board of Why Tuesday?; Chairman of the Board at Saker Aviation

The Honorable Robert Neal Hunter, Jr. – Attorney; retired North Carolina Supreme Court Justice and retired North Carolina Court of Appeals Jurist; Former North Carolina Deputy Attorney General; Former Chairman of the North Carolina State Board of Elections

Patricia Nation – Civil Rights Attorney and Appellate Advocate; Former Head of Civil Rights Division of the Department of Homeland Security; Former Civil Rights Civil Liberties Officer for the Department of Homeland Security; Former Department of Justice Civil Rights Division Senior Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General

Speaker – Mark Steyn – Canadian Author and Commentator; Tucker Carlson Guest Host; Author of the New York Times bestsellers America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It and After America: Get Ready for Armageddon
Speaker – Eric Metaxas – His Thoughts
Speaker – Dr. David Clements – Law Professor, New Mexico State University


Saturday, October 29th, 2016


We have all heard the news today regarding the FBI reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails because of “thousands” of emails they have discovered while investigating Anthony Weiner in his sexting scandal with an underage 15 year old girl.   As many of you know, Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin, Hillary’s chief aide, are married (separated since  his most recent sexting scandal broke several months ago).These emails must have some highly sensitive or secret information in them for the FBI to go to the extreme measure of reopening Hillary’s email investigation.  During the original investigation numerous emails were discovered in Hillary’s emails that were classified SAP (Special Access Programs)  SAP’s contain information on ongoing covert operations and operators which, if disclosed, endanger the lives of those who are working “under cover” and compromise ongoing operations. 
The news has been non stop since it broke this afternoon.  What the media (even Fox), is not mentioning is the  fact   that Hillary’s chief aide, Huma Abedin, is a Muslim and both her mother and father have high positions in the Muslim Brotherhood and are actively involved in a Islamic magazine that promotes Sharia Law throughout the world.  Huma, herself, was an associate editor  of this same magazine. 
Why should it  matter that Huma,who handles highly sensitive information as Hillary’s closest aide, has a questionable  family background?  That information   should   be known to the American public but no one in the media is daring to mention the fact.  Dare I say “political correctness” or not wanting to “offend” Islam. 


Tuesday, January 28th, 2014



Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013


Published on #1 News Site on the Threat of Radical Islam (


New Campaign Against Rep. Bachmann for Anti-Brotherhood Stance

 By   Clare Lopez is a senior fellow at and a strategic policy and intelligence expert with a focus on the Middle East, national defense and counterterrorism. Lopez served for 20 years as an operations officer with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

January 17, 2013

New Campaign Against Rep. Bachmann for

Anti-Brotherhood Stance

People for the American Way (PFAW) has launched a new campaign against Representative Michele Bachmann (R-MN), who, after her recent re-election to Congress, has been re-appointed to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI).

A PFAW-sponsored petition with 178,000 signatures is to be presented to House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) on Monday 21 January 2012 to protest Bachmann’s HPSCI appointment.

Citing what PFAW calls “ugly Islamophobic fear mongering,” the petition decries what it alleges are Bachmann’s “unfounded and irresponsible attacks on dedicated public servants.”

Although it does not say so specifically, the PFAW petition likely refers to a set of letters signed by Rep. Bachmann and four Congressional colleagues – Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Trent Franks (R-AZ), Tom Rooney (R-FL) and Lynn Westmorland (R-GA).

The letters were sent in June 2012 to the inspectors general of the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, Justice and State and the Office of the Director of National Security (ODNI). The letters note that U.S. foreign policy has undergone a dramatic shift in the direction of open support for the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood to power across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and question whether that policy shift may be the result of Brotherhood influence operations. (more…)



Friday, December 9th, 2011 logo
December 8, 2011
By Brent Bozell


Time magazine didn’t mind ruffling feathers in religious America with a cover this summer that asked “Is Hell Dead?” Never mind that America is overwhelmingly Christian. Then Time found only one letter worth plucking out to feature in large, bold type from a man in Dallas: “Hell is easy to define. It would be spending eternity with evangelicals.”

That sums up the secular, liberal media attitude toward America’s Christian majority, and it explains why they find Republicans so objectionable when they make their religious faith part of their campaign for the presidency. Matthew Philbin and Erin Brown of the Media Research Center’s Culture and Media Institute have written a new report called “Baptism By Fire” that analyzes coverage of the presidential candidates and their religious faith. Does it surprise anyone that they found a huge difference in coverage of Republicans and Democrats?

In the first ten months of 2011, network morning and evening news stories mentioned the religious faith of GOP presidential challengers more than seven times as often (143 stories to 19 stories) than they had for Democratic challengers in the first ten months of 2007. They’ve been 13 times more likely to be critical of the Republicans’ religious beliefs than they were of Democrats just four years ago.

Did I mention Rev. Jeremiah Wright? In the first ten months of 2007, there were just six instances where stories challenged or negatively highlighted the faith of liberal White House hopefuls. The networks almost entirely avoided questions about Barack Obama’s upbringing in a Muslim country and his two decades of attendance of a radical Chicago church. Likewise, audiences were reassured that Hillary Clinton’s faith was important — but only as it saw her through her husband’s reckless infidelities. Primary candidates Joe Biden and Chris Dodd were never asked about their fervent voting record in favor of abortion — even partial-birth abortion — in full opposition to their Catholic faith. (more…)



Friday, October 28th, 2011
The Wall Street Journal

  • OCTOBER 27, 2011, 4:37 P.M. ET

Michael Vick went to prison for staging dogfights, but for presidential debates, it’s legal.


    Politics, like any guilty pleasure, breeds nightmares. One of late is that we’ll soon elect an American president based mostly on what people know from reading Yahoo! headlines and the three lines below them.

    The nightmare got worse. The Yahoo! headlines started to look like a deep dive after Twitter’s 140-character tweets started to define the political debate.

    This being politics, it got worse yet. After watching umpteen debates, it looks as if the Republican Party may choose someone to run for the presidency of the United States based on who can explain the world and all its troubles in 30 seconds.

    The TV debates create buzz and interest, and that’s good. But most people don’t eat seven appetizers and call it a meal. The debates are producing half-baked versions of candidates running for the presidency.


    Chad Crowe

    Did I say candidates? I misspoke. The U.S. has a long tradition of fringe candidates like Dennis Kucinich or Ron Paul, but no previous system forced us to endure them once the laughing stopped. Two debates ago, I started surfing over to ESPN whenever Ron Paul talks. Yeah, let Iran have its own bomb. (more…)



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    Tuesday, July 19th, 2011
    The Wall Street Journal

    • JULY 16, 2011

    The Founding Fathers knew that ending this evil was their great unfinished business.


    At the same time, the Founding Fathers well recognized the serious problem of slavery. George Washington ignored protests from some Southerners and accepted both free and enslaved blacks in his army. In the final years of the war, one in every seven soldiers in his ranks was black. This experience, and his discussions with the idealistic young French volunteer, the Marquis de Lafayette, convinced Washington that slavery was incompatible with American liberty. “There is not a man living,” he wrote to a friend in 1786, “who wishes more sincerely than I do to see a plan adopted for [its] gradual abolition.”

    Congresswoman and presidential candidate Michele Bachmann created a stir recently by insisting on television that America’s Founding Fathers “worked day and night” to abolish slavery. When asked to identify one of them and say what he did on behalf of this noble cause, the only name she produced was John Quincy Adams. He was all of 9 years old when his father, John Adams, persuaded the Continental Congress to vote for independence in 1776.

    Ms. Bachmann’s historical gaffe notwithstanding, there is surely a legitimate question here: Was slavery a day and night preoccupation of America’s top leaders during the founding era—1775 to 1800? Dismaying as it may be to many admirers of our revolutionary past, the correct response is: no.

    Survival was the issue that preoccupied the Founders and their followers during the eight-year struggle against imperial Britain’s mighty fleet and army. When victory dawned in the 1780s, a new worry became paramount. Gen. George Washington summed it up in a terse sentence in a letter to another Virginian: “I see one head gradually turning into thirteen.”

    The divisions and quarrels between the 13 former colonies were making the future of the new nation a very dubious proposition. The cost of the Revolutionary War had reduced the Continental Congress under the Articles of Confederation to an often derisive joke. Without the power to tax, its paper money deteriorated into worthlessness. A bankrupt Congress could not persuade, much less coerce, any state to do anything it regarded as not in its best interest.

    At the same time, the Founding Fathers well recognized the serious problem of slavery. George Washington ignored protests from some Southerners and accepted both free and enslaved blacks in his army. In the final years of the war, one in every seven soldiers in his ranks was black. This experience, and his discussions with the idealistic young French volunteer, the Marquis de Lafayette, convinced Washington that slavery was incompatible with American liberty. “There is not a man living,” he wrote to a friend in 1786, “who wishes more sincerely than I do to see a plan adopted for [its] gradual abolition.”

    Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann





    Thursday, July 7th, 2011
    Published on The Weekly Standard (

    Queen of the Tea Party

    The presidential campaign of Michele Bachmann

    Matthew Continetti

    July 4 – July 11, 2011, Vol. 16, No. 40

    If she’d fallen backward, she’d have been killed. It was September 2009, during her second term in Congress, and a magazine had sent a photographer to shoot Michele Bachmann. He escorted her to the third floor rotunda in the Cannon House Office Building on Capitol Hill, where he positioned a large orange crate next to the balustrade. He told her to stand on it. She reluctantly obliged. Behind her were three stories of empty air.

    The magazine had also sent a videographer, who wanted Bachmann to gesture ecstatically for the camera. “And I said, ‘That’s not what I do,’ ” Bachmann remembered during a recent interview at her temporary campaign headquarters in downtown Washington. “ ‘I’m a serious member of Congress.’ ” So she got off the crate. The photo shoot soon ended, and the pictures were never published. “I think they didn’t get what they wanted,” Bachmann said. “They wanted this freak caricature.”

    We were speaking a few days after Bachmann’s well-received performance at a Republican primary debate in Goffstown, New Hampshire, on June 13. Bachmann’s poise and deft answers, and her announcement that she’d filed the paperwork to run for president, made her stand out from the other candidates. Perhaps the caricature has begun to fade.

    Energetic, charismatic, intelligent, and attractive, the 55-year-old Bachmann is no stranger to publicity. Since she arrived on the national scene in 2007, her prominence in the conservative movement has skyrocketed. In the world of talk radio and cable news, she possesses something like Most Favored Guest status. She plays the outside game, using media appearances to further the right’s agenda. She’s been featured in calendars of female conservative superstars. There’s even a Michele Bachmann action figure. (more…)



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