Can’t Fight Something You Don’t Know About

This was content, originally published 15-April-2015, was brought to my attention on facebook and the sources for the information are in the process of being verified. The author is Cheri Nocita Berens and keeps very close tabs on the Middle East as she lives in the thick of it all. Her content is unedited, it has only been formatted for easier reading and referencing, italicizing any references to separate it from her content. We present it as…

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The Electoral College – Avoiding Highly Populated Districts From Running the Entire Country

So What IS the Electoral College? A bunch of people, 538 exactly, who are supposed (but not necessarily do) represent the majority vote in their area. You can read more of it, about it and it’s reason for being in our Constitution as part of our checks in balances in the National Archives here. The mechanics of all this as well as the principles of the Electoral College are much more complicated. Like anything else, in order…

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Single-Handedly and Within One Year

A friend claimed that Donald Trump wouldn’t make a good president; he is brash, he is racist, he is a loudmouth; you know the normal things people learn to recite after being programmed by television news. The one I loved was that, “Trump is arrogant.” My friend questioned if one man could make “that much difference in the world today.” To my friend’s credit, she was respectful enough to let me respond when she asked,…

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To the GOP Establishment: You are Next – We the People

This week, it has become more evident than ever that the GOP Establishment needs a wake-up call — they are ignoring the referendum We the People voted on in 2016 when we elected Donald J. Trump as our President. Instead, they keep fighting against what We the People have voted for since the election — and now the pot is about to boil over from many holding their tongue. When anyone holds their tongue, they…

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Here’s What Happened the Last Time Secession Was Attempted

I am going to start straight out and say that California and Oregon have not counted the costs of making such a drastic move as secession. There has not been enough time to do so, and discernment says secession would not be the wisest of moves given their level of financial debt right now, especially California’s [California] [Oregon]. Financially they are setting themselves up for a major problem on so many levels. Legally, the very heart of…

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A Worthless Letter from the VA Governor to Someone Who Became What He Should Be

Some may remember that the Democratic Governor of Virginia since 2014, Terrance McAuliffe, pardoned 60,000 felons just in time for the election — and was quite public about why: to sway the election in favor of Hillary. Now, a voter fraud group is requesting information on those voters, as the governor pardoned them with an auto-pen despite a state court’s requirement that an individualized determination be made for each felon. The Public Interest Legal Foundation…

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What Hasn’t Been Happening With This Election

Where we focus is where we go… Every time… All of the candidates focused on the issues, which they should… But their next step is where they all failed, even the two supposed winners… They distract the conversation with talk of political policies, personal experiences, feelings… They lower the conversation into name calling, accusations and finger pointing… They are all are dancing around the solution… Pretending they don’t know it’s already there. If these two are…

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