Tag: States’ Rights

Is Jeff Sessions letting America down?

Is Jeff Sessions letting America down?

Current Affairs, Legal
Katherine Robertson's opinion in the Conservative Review seems to feel that AG Sessions 'cares too much for the country to step down...' yadda yadda yadda. Dripping with honey-filled goo, the writer goes into how President Trump is making a 'big mistake' to even consider replacing is new Attorney General, even though Sessions has done practically nothing of the President's agenda since entering his position. How can we all forget the injustice we face with the Clintons getting away with RICO violations, pay-to-play politics, Russian uranium deals and, of course, the big email server scandal yet to be brought to task? With such a banquet of criminality, one would think Sessions and his colleagues at the DOJ wouldn't have to look far to scrounge up busy work; yet, nothing has even begu...
DEMOCRACY SUBVERSION: The Elector Heist

DEMOCRACY SUBVERSION: The Elector Heist

Corruption, Election News, Government, Issues, Legal, Media, Trump News, Trump Transition
The Democrats have reared their ugly heads in overdrive during this election... It is no secret the Liberals have always fought dirty to infiltrate our government. Some legendary cheats include John F. Kennedy's election where his father, Joe Kennedy, lobbied the Mafia to help his son. While he was successful, many still think that connection put him in peril due to his brother, Attorney General Robert Kennedy declaring war on organized crime not long before his assassination. Urban legend as it is, this story still continues to circulate throughout the 'conspiracy theory' world. Looking back at 2008 and 2012's election cycles, many precincts across America complained of having more votes than voters in various districts, particularly Democrat-heavy areas - places like Cleveland, B
History 101: 1942 – It Wasn’t Just About WWII

History 101: 1942 – It Wasn’t Just About WWII

History, Issues
1942 is a pivotal year in our Constitution's history... as it was  the year when the Supreme Court of the United States overstepped the Constitution to begin the dismantling our individual rights and Federalize Americans' lives. The case was Wickard v. Filburn. Not many people hear too much about it as it lacks the sensationalism as Roe v. Wade or Brown v. the Board of Education. However, it's impact on our country and us is too staggering to ignore. As explained in Mark Levin's, Liberty & Tyranny, the basic premise in this case was the SCOTUS ruled that a farmer growing wheat on his own land and for his own use was still subject to federal production limits, even though none of his wheat was sold to any other people or crossed state lines. The reasoning was "withholding h