On This Day in History: January 29, 

1861 – Kansas admitted as the 34th state

$300B Student Loan Debt Forgiveness

Article I. Section 7. of the United States Constitution states: All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with amendments as on other Bills. This unilateral action by President Biden to forgive Student Loan

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It is less than 90 days until the Midterm Elections on 8 November. The first defense to our constitution and the Constitutional Republic it established is the Ballot Box. If you are a citizen of the United States and over 18 years old and do

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And Answer to Lex Scott’s Facebook Post

In a fiery Fourth of July Facebook post, Utah’s Black Lives Matter Chapter leader, Lex Scott, declared the American flag “a symbol of hatred.” https://www.foxnews.com/us/black-lives-matter-utah-american-flag-symbol-hatred. To this, I say that bigotry and racism exist on both sides of the racist debate. When the majority of

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America, The Last Man Standing

This video is about America. Given on the occasion of the 245 anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. It is given by a man who has served our country all his life and knows why he has done this. He reminds us,

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The Failure of the Progressive Movement

The Progressive Movement highjacked academia within our Constitutional Republic early in the twentieth century and began the reeducation of the rising generations. They adopted the platform of Marx and Engel rather than the traditional platform of our Founding Fathers and our Judeo-Christian heritage. For more

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Bring Your Bible to School Day

Apparently Thursday, 3 October is “Bring Your Bible to School Day.” Many of us were probably unaware of this. However, this writer would like to join with Saints Quarterback, Drew Brees in support of Christian students being able to exercise their First Amendment Right to

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