Unless you’ve been under a rock for the past several weeks, you’re well aware of what’s happening at the United States’ southern border. A tidal wave of people are entering the country illegally. This surge is above and beyond the normal flow of illegal aliens coming into the country. The spike includes many unaccompanied minors, apparently sent by their parents to the United States in hopes that the children will be granted asylum or be reunited with other relatives already in the country. The numbers …Read More »
It has become abundantly clear that reclaiming and restoring the United States to its previous greatness will come at a great cost to those who dare to engage in the fight. We’ve always known that on an intellectual level, but the past 48 hours have shown how downright barbaric the battle may be. Those who attempt to return the country to its constitutional ideals will face withering attacks by statists bent on maintain their power.
For me, the evidence came in two events. The first was …Read More »
It’s about time that Ted Cruz and his allies in Congress considered joining the American Conservative Party. There is no longer any question that the GOP has abandoned them. They do not agree on Syria, Benghazi, Common Core, Agenda 21, Obamacare and so much more. In fact there is downright hostility. The American Conservative Party’s philosophy is much more in line with these patriotic congressional conservatives.
What would this mean to politics in Washington? Nothing much. The ACP can caucus with the Republicans in things like …Read More »
The House’s stunning defeat of the farm bill Thursday dealt another blow to Speaker John A. Boehner’s leadership and set off a poisonous round of partisan finger-pointing that raised questions about the ability of the chamber to craft bipartisan deals on immigration, the budget and the debt later this year.
As the dust settled after the resounding 195-234 vote, stakeholders traded blame over how the bill failed after days of debate on more than 100 amendments and were looking ahead to the fallout.
“I’d think that Democrats’ …Read More »
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on Wednesday made it crystal clear that he is not in Washington, D.C. to play ball with politicians in either party, especially when it comes to the nation’s out of control debt. In fact, he revealed that he doesn’t trust Republicans or Democrats to do the right thing.
Cruz objects to starting House-Senate budget negations unless Democrats take a debt limit increase off the table. He reiterated his stance on Wednesday, saying he is not willing to put blind trust in his …Read More »