On This Day in History: January 29, 

1861 – Kansas admitted as the 34th state


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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The Battle for the Soul of America

It was in January 1962 that I swore an oath that I would support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; and that I would bear true faith and allegiance to the same. So help me God. Nothing

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They’re Coming for You, Joe!

The Bill presented by Speaker Pelosi today to remove the President was first introduced by Representative Jamie Raskin (D, MD) in 2017. That Bill, H.R. 1987: Oversight Commission on Presidential Capacity Act, died in the previous Congress. The Speaker says that this new Bill is

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According to the Wall Street Journal: Mr. Biden is “promising a better virus strategy, which would be wonderful if he had one. But the virus plan he’s pushing is little different on the substance than what the Trump Administration is already doing.” Mr. Biden promises

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On Voting Rights and Age

With the ratification of the Constitution in 1788, the several States were granted authority to determine legal voters (Electors) in accordance with Article I. Section 2. Clause 1. for national elections. This clause states: “The House of Representatives shall be composed of Members chosen every

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