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DEMOCRATS: Dropping Deuces and Doubling Down

DEMOCRATS: Dropping Deuces and Doubling Down

Corruption, Government, History, Issues, Letters to America, Opinion
By Adam Gingrich Pennsylvania Political Consultant If you hang around politics for 25 years, you see a lot of strange happenings. God knows, I've seen my share. Just when you think you've seen it all, 2016 happens. Putting it all in perspective is about as easy putting all the shampoo back in the bottle. What we have left, as the Inauguration descends upon us, is a mess: a glorious, ideologically indistinguishable, spattering of red, white and blue. In the last year we've seen the left go further left and the right go right off the charts. And the middle? Well, the middle just got pissed the hell off and made history. Sure, it sounds complicated, but in hindsight it's pretty simple stuff. This is America, and we espouse American values. We love God, our families, our freedoms, and w...
Times Be A Changin’

Times Be A Changin’

Business, Corruption, Economics-Business, Government, History, Issues, Trump News, Trump Transition
What's with all the seemingly mass hysteria surrounding Donald Trump's inauguration? Trying to remember if there was ever such dissent and discourse in our history, the only other time that comes to mind is 1969. The country was already embroiled in vehement debate because, unlike today, we were in the first widely televised war. After the initial discount, it soon became obvious that in the 60s, liberals were protesting because they didn't want to go to war while now, they're protesting because they don't want to go to work! Trump supporters voted for a complete change in DC and the way it does business. No longer are we willing to accept the skyrocketing spending sprees, forced Obamacare and governmental meddling into our every decision. Finally, we've awoken up from our Liberal/MSM h...
MOTIONS: Lights, Camera, Action!

MOTIONS: Lights, Camera, Action!

Corruption, Founding Fathers, History, Issues, Trump News, Trump Transition
WASHINGTON, DC: Now we can see how Hollywood has rubbed off on Senate members conducting these confirmation hearings as they star in their own, self-created melodrama. Overtly hostile towards our next President, the Democrats vowed to make a real Punch and Judy show of the hearings, but some Republicans have also made fools of themselves. It's no wonder many average citizens would never want to serve their country in any presidential cabinet. Listening to some of the hearings, it is stunning these Senators whom have minimal real-life experience, come together to grill men and women who are leaders in their fields. Their dramatic stance is so placid it goes to the point where one can takeaway the feeling our government representatives are literally jealous of Americans who have achieved
WHITE HOUSE & MEDIA: A Long Eight Years?

WHITE HOUSE & MEDIA: A Long Eight Years?

History, Media, Presidential, Trump News, Trump Transition
Yesterday at the Trump Towers' press conference, sparks flew between President Elect Donald Trump and CNN White House Correspondent, John Acosta. Since, the rest in media world have been a flutter with their assessment of who's right, who's wrong in the comical scene that unfolded during the 44-minute presser. We must keep in mind, the press is used to Donald Trump the developer, the Celebrity Apprentice mogul - not the President of the United States. Most liberal media was so sure their new president would be Hillary Clinton, their shock was witnessed by all on Election Day when she lost. Hence, we can assume, like Meryl Streep and snowflakes, they grapple with this new reality that the people elected Trump to represent the country -- leader of the one of the world powers. No longer...
Meet Sam Blythe: CICADA Hunter

Meet Sam Blythe: CICADA Hunter

Government, History, Leaks & Whistleblowers
By Guest Interviewer: Derrick Smith How a brilliant young man is breaking the Internet... When I decided to report on the mystery of CICADA 3301, one of my sources recommended to interview a specific solver. The man he recommended was Sam Blythe, a CICADA solver, but he’s not your typical puzzle cracker. He’s a 17 year old young man from Iowa, and he was a pleasure to interview. His unorthodox ingenuity gave me interesting insight on CICADA, and he ended up getting me thinking about the direction of the world. CROWENATION: The first question that should be asked is, what drew you to solve CICADA? SAM BLYTHE: You could say it was a combination of curiosity, interest, and fate. A year ago, I was just browsing the Internet aimlessly, with no purpose, and, a single video that wouldn’t
HISTORIC OBSERVATION: The REAL Problem with Donald Trump!

HISTORIC OBSERVATION: The REAL Problem with Donald Trump!

Founding Fathers, History, Issues, Media, Presidential, Trump News
Back when the Framers designed our governance, there was one thing they all tried to avoid -- instating a system like the one they just won independence. A dictatorship, monarchy -- single rulership -- bourgeois ruling class. As many pre-Common Core folks know, George Washington was our first 'reluctant' president. He didn't want to be a president or leader because he didn't want it to morph into a ruling class over common people. He had a right mind to believe this as we've seen since the Roosevelts. The original idea was states would retain their sovereignty and their rights were paramount. The original 13 agreed to unite (yes, UNITE) in a group to become THE United States of America. This was not meant to be commoners verses ruling class as many Liberals are trying so hard to achi...
BIG MYTH or REALITY: First 100

BIG MYTH or REALITY: First 100

Corruption, Government, History, Media, Presidential, Trump News, Trump Transition
Many in and out of DC are anxiously awaiting to judge Donald Trump on his first 100 days with bated breath but is this timeline really just a myth? The first 100 day meme began with Franklin D. Roosevelt when he was elected in 1932. We have to remember, at the time, the Great Depression had been hanging on since 1929's big stock market crash when run on banks became common place and people all over America were grappling, unable to find jobs. Unemployment lines were lengthy and prices were staggering (for the time) leaving many Americans at wits end. While we have pretty much the same thing now short of a huge stock crash, the country is in dire straits with a stunning 95M unemployment number still hanging like a black cloud over our economy. Therefore, when FDR took office, he h
Is It Time To Go 1787 on Academia?

Is It Time To Go 1787 on Academia?

Corruption, Economics-Business, Education, Government, History, Legal, Trump News
Over the last few weeks, colleges like Emory have declared that, like sanctuary cities, they will become safe havens for illegal aliens; thus, providing cover for illegals to avert federal law enforcement agencies and continue to live in America. One thing academia seems to forget is, unless they're private institutions (and even then there's still some gray areas) they depend on federal monies to fill their already overflowing coffers. Like those cities, is it time to cut the proverbial fiscal cord and let them dangle in the wind? Perhaps they should look to their on-staff historians (professors) for counsel about just what's in that crazy ruling document we also call the United States Constitution. As it seems, Academia has now joined the mayhem of immigration enforcement on the premi...
FAITHLESS ELECTORS: A Faithful Historical Review

FAITHLESS ELECTORS: A Faithful Historical Review

Corruption, Election News, Founding Fathers, History, Media, Trump News, Trump Transition
By Guest Writer Adam Gingrich Pennsylvania Political Consultant Twitter Handle: @DissingerToupee Let's face it, the Electoral College gets treated like a snowblower in North Carolina: you hope it works when you need it, but you usually forget about it entirely for years at a time. Let's try to remember this notion of how we elect our presidents didn't crop up in the later days of our democracy, but rather in its infancy. A look back at Hamilton's Constitutional Convention era correspondence to Jefferson tell us all the reasoning behind the establishment of the Electoral College. It's not based on some surreptitious and oligarchical motivations to deprive our citizens of the right to elect our presidents. Instead, it was a mechanism to protect the interests of the minority's rights,...
History in the Making…

History in the Making…

Corruption, Founding Fathers, Government, History, Inspiring Moments, Issues, Media, Presidential, Trump News, Trump Transition
It's stunning to see the Mainstream Media has neglected on thing about our new President Elect Donald J. Trump. For the first time since possibly our Founding Fathers, he is a person who wasn't groomed throughout his adult life to be a president. He is the epitome of the Outsider that many (obviously) have more faith in, rather than sticking with status quo candidates possessing years of professional political work and alliances. Unlike any of his opponents, Trump is not of the norm. He's never been in any elected office. Hence, this may explain a lot of the resistance DC has had towards him. He is unique because he's accomplished to overcome gaffs that other politicians have fallen to and come out ahead. He has waved off opposition, nay-saying and other hurdles to accomplish a great fe...
What Sanctuary Cities Should Understand…

What Sanctuary Cities Should Understand…

Corruption, Economics-Business, Founding Fathers, History, Issues, Legal, Media, Trump News
Back in the day when our framers were structuring our Republic, they never allocated money to the colonies. This Federal money situation really didn't come into play until Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal as a way to 'fix' the Great Depression. As we know, the New Deal only prolonged the Depression and also created a bureaucratically nexus where states became heavily dependent on the Feds supporting their extremely excessive spending! Hence, it created a culture of 'double dipping' where states get money from two taxation systems instead of just one. In the colonial days, the states' rights included sovereignty which included self-financed. The states got their coffers filled by tax money from their goods and services produced by citizens; this included importing and exporting to other