Mark Meuser

Mark Meuser has 49 articles published.

Mark Meuser is a seasoned trial attorney, a student of the framing of the United States, and former candidate for California State Senate.
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Federal Agency Promotes Multiple Genders While Only Offering Male or Female Restrooms

At a recent visit to the Department of Education (DOE), I saw a “Genderbread Person” poster prominently displayed in the main lobby. The poster states that “gender isn’t binary.” It also states, “It’s okay if you’re hungry for more. In fact, that’s the idea.” I decided to do some further investigating. I looked around the building to see all of the restrooms for the multiple genders. Surprise, surprise! The restrooms in the DOE are marked either “Men” or “Women”. The DOE claims they have reached the “educated” position that gender isn’t binary. Nonetheless, they give their employees a binary choice… Keep Reading

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True to Form, President Trump Will Begin Promoting Apprenticeship Nationwide in Near Future

Secretary of the Department of Labor, Alexander Acosta announced today that the Trump administration will be working closely with Universities and private organizations to promote apprenticeship opportunities. Acosta said that apprenticeships will help bridge the gap between knowledge and experience. Apprenticeships will help keep kids out of debt and promote a more stable economic future. Acosta claimed that not every student learns best by classroom study, and some learn better by doing. By promoting apprenticeship opportunities, this will greatly benefit kinesthetic learners. he continued on to say that the starting salary of an employee who graduates from an apprenticeship program exceeds… Keep Reading

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Trump Promotes His Pro-Family Work at the Road to Majority Conference

Today, President Donald Trump returned to speak at the Road to Majority conference. He first came and spoke at the conference as a business man and then as a candidate for the President of the United States. Today he returned to thank the Faith & Freedom Coalition for their support. He thanked the audience for knocking doors and making phone calls to help get him elected. He also thanked Dr. James Dobson for his early support. Keep Reading

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Donald Trump uses Democratic Playbook in Pushing for Health Care Reform

Shortly after landing in Cincinnati, Ohio, Donald Trump made a quick presentation on the importance of replacing Obama’s Affordable Care Act. Even though Trump was in Cincinnati to speak on his plan for infrastructure improvement, Trump was active in promoting the need for health care reform. Trump had two families stand behind him as he presented to the American people the problems of Obama Care. Trump understands that without the support of the people, the Senate will not pass health care reform that can resolve many of the problems created by the Affordable Care Act. Keep Reading

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Two Key Presidential Appointments Move Closer to Senate Approval

Today, the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs held a hearing on two key Trump appointees. Trump nominated Russ Vought as the Deputy Director, Office of Management and Budget. Vought’s primary duty will be to assist Mick Mulvaney with the budget. Vought will also oversee eight offices inside OMB. These eight offices are General Counsel, Legislative Affairs, Strategic Planning and Communications, Economic Policy, Legislative Reference, Budget Review, and Performance and Personnel Management. Keep Reading

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Trump Keeps Campaign Promise: Puts Voters in Pittsburgh before Foreigners in Paris

Today, Donald Trump announced that the United States would be leaving the Paris Accord. In doing so, he kept one of his key campaign promises to the American people. Trump explained that the Paris Accord had a terrible impact upon jobs in America. Under the accord, the United States would lose much of its clean coal production. However, countries like China would be allowed to grow their coal production. Trump said that the Paris Accord was exporting American jobs overseas. Trump also stated that the Paris Accord was completely unfair to America. He said that billions of dollars would be… Keep Reading

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Self-Diagnoses: 13 Areas of Significant Risk in the VA

Today, Secretary David Shulkin celebrates his first 100 days at the Department of Veterans Affairs by giving his assessment of the VA. David Shulkin, who was a doctor, said he likes to diagnose, assess, and treat problems. Over the last 100 days, he has reviewed 137 assessments and studies of the VA. He acknowledged that many of the problems in the VA have been around for decades and are not attributable to one single administration. As a result of his reviewing these assessments, Secretary Shulkin announced today, 13 areas of significant risk that the VA is now trying to fix.… Keep Reading

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Mulvaney Testifies that Trump’s Pro-growth Policy will Help Balance the Budget

Today, the Senate Budget Committee heard testimony on President Trump’s 2018 Budget. Today’s witness was Mick Mulvaney, director of OMB. Each Senator had five minutes to ask questions about the proposed budget. Most Senators chose to make long statements for the cameras. Very few questions asked by either side were made in an attempt to actually understand something that they did not already know. One of the leading issues raised by the minority party was that Trump assumed 2.9% growth each year for the next 10 years. Almost every Democrat Senator mentioned this issue and how irresponsible it is for… Keep Reading

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Mulvaney Answers Congress’ Questions about Trump’s 2018 Budget

Former Congressman and House Budget Committee member Mick Mulvaney returns to the House Budget Committee today to testify on the details of Trump’s 2018 Budget. Mulvaney returned as the director of Office of Management and Budget. Before the hearing started, one could see Mulvaney casually talking to various members who he had served with just a few months ago. During the over three-hour hearing, Republican committee members praised the Trump budget for its vision to balance the budget within 10 years. Meanwhile, every Democratic member gave long grandstanding demonizing speeches as to why their pet government project (several of which… Keep Reading

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Media lies, Trump increases Medicaid spending

Today, Donald Trump released his 2018 Taxpayer First Budget. Like clockwork, the liberal media immediately proclaimed that Donald Trump broke his campaign promises not to cut Medicaid. One would expect liberal blogs like Mother Jones to deliberately lie about President Trump’s budget. However, even Forbes lied with an article today titled “Trump Budget Cuts Social Security And Medicaid, Breaking Major Promises”. Keep Reading

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Mulvaney Discovers 300 Billion in Unauthorized Government Spending

Ronald Reagan famously stated that “a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we’ll ever see on this earth!” Yesterday, Mick Mulvaney, in the White House Briefing Room announced that his team has discovered over $300 Billion per year in unauthorized government spending. Mulvaney announced that past government budgets have continued to spend money on these programs that Congress only authorized for a set period of time. With the National debt getting close to $20 Trillion, a savings of $300 Billion a year is substantial. Keep Reading

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White House Press Corps Refuses to Report “Real News”

Today, during the White House Press Briefing, Sean Spicer started his portion of the press briefing highlighting the new trade agreement with China. This trade agreement is a major first step by Donald Trump in reducing the current trade imbalance between the two countries. Reducing the trade imbalance with China will have a positive economic impact on the lives of everyday Americans. The China trade deal allows American beef to be imported into China for the first time in 13 years. It also allows for the importation of Liquid Natural Gas. The financial sector will also benefit as American banks… Keep Reading

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The Battle for Ideas is Never Won

The battle for ideas is never won. Just because you win an election, it does not mean you get to rest on your laurels. Over the last couple of weeks, I have heard many conservatives complain that they think Congress has let them down. In the minds of conservatives, Republicans control the House, the Senate, and the White House. This makes it time for Republicans to actually fulfill their campaign promises and repeal the un-affordable Health Care Act (ObamaCare), build the wall, and reduce the size of government. Conservatives are making the same mistake that the United States military made… Keep Reading

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Trump Refuses to Re-litigate Flynn’s Firing

Today, Sean Spicer fielded multiple questions from a hostile media about whether Sally Yates‘ concerns about Michael Flynn were handled properly. Spicer made clear that Flynn served this country with distinction and that the White House had no desire to re-litigate what Flynn may or may not have done. Trump asked for Flynn’s resignation and he received it. Trump cannot go back and ask Flynn for his resignation a second time. Spicer painstakingly went through the timeline between Yates voicing her concerns and Flynn being asked to resign. Yates claims that she was clear about her warning, however, the White… Keep Reading

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President Trump Proposes Tax Reform to Create Economic Growth and Jobs

Today, President Trump announced his plan to grow the economy and create jobs. The announcement revealed his general plan for tax reform. He did not give a detailed description of every aspect of the plan. Instead, the announcement was conducted today to introduce the concept of tax reform so that the public can gain an understanding of Trump’s trajectory for this nation. From what Trump has revealed to the public thus far, this is a step in the right direction. The need for individual tax reform was stressed throughout today’s press conference by Secretary of the Treasury, Steve Mnuchin, and National Economic Director,… Keep Reading

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Supreme Court reins in the lower courts and yields to Congress

Last month, in a 7-1 decision (Justice Breyer dissenting), the Supreme Court issued an order that should warm the hearts of every originalist. In the case of SCA Hygiene Products v. First Quality Baby Products the Court ruled that judges do not have the authority to change the statute of limitations as enacted by Congress. In 1952, Congress enacted 35 USC §282 which established a six-year statute of limitations in patent infringement cases. This statute allowed an inventor to recover damages for the six years prior to their filing a case. However, the courts had decided that Congress did not… Keep Reading

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Book Review: The Conservative Heart – by Arthur C. Brooks

If you are like me, you love liberty. I am sure if you are reading The Liberty Conservative, you hate big government. You probably imagine the founding fathers turning over in their graves by the government’s intrusions of your God-given rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. One of the reasons I write for The Liberty Conservative is because I desire to hone my ability to articulate the principles of liberty. Every day I met people who want to share with me the problems they see with our government. The more I study the principles of liberty, the… Keep Reading

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The Government Wants your Cake … And Wants you to Continue to Pay Taxes

Today, Monday, March 20th, at 10 am, the United States Supreme Court hears oral arguments on an important case for Liberty Conservatives. In this case, the state of Wisconsin will argue that they have the right to tell a land owner who owns two contiguous lots that the landowner can no longer sell just one of the lots. In addition to telling you that you cannot sell the lots independently of each other, the county has the right to tax you on the full value of each lot. The 5th Amendment to the United States Constitution states: Keep Reading

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Regulation Reform – Campaign Promises Fulfilled

Republicans have been running on a platform of regulatory reform for years. 2017 appears to be the year that this campaign promise will be realized. This is important for liberty loving Americans as the regulatory environment has violated the Checks and Balances that our Constitution originally established. Regulations remove power from Congress and give that power to unelected bureaucrats. Keep Reading

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Congress wants to SCRUB Bad Regulations Off the Books

As most politically astute individuals know, President Trump has Doubled Down on Regulation Reform. First, Donald Trump signed an Executive Order requiring federal agencies to remove two regulations for every regulation enacted. Trump then signed an Executive Order setting up a watchdog in each agency whose duty it is to make sure the federal agencies enact his regulatory reform. Not to be outdone by the President, this week Congress passed H.R. 998. This bill is called the SCRUB Act (Searching for and Cutting Regulations that are Unnecessarily Burdensome). This Act establishes a nine-member commission whose duty it is to hold… Keep Reading

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Trump Doubles Down on Regulatory Reform

On Friday, the media was clamoring about President Trump’s unfair treatment of them. However, this was not the important news story of the day. The important story was Donald Trump’s unprecedented step towards fulfilling his campaign promise of reducing the regulatory burden in this country. Trump Signs Executive Order to Enforce His Regulatory Reform Agenda On January 30, 2017, Trump signed an executive order dealing with regulatory reform. This executive order required federal agencies to eliminate two regulations for every new regulation that is introduced. On February 24, 2017, Trump doubled down with a new executive order that created a… Keep Reading

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Democrats are Winning even though Trump’s Appointments are being Confirmed

Senate Democrats have shut down the Trump administration. Even though Republicans hold a majority on the Senate floor, Democrats have been able to stop Trump’s political appointments. As President, Trump is entitled to make over 1,200 political appointments that must be approved by the Senate. Thanks to former Senator Harry Reid, it only takes 51 votes to break a filibuster. However, under the Byrd Amendment, after the filibuster is broken, 30 hours must elapse before the final vote can occur. On Monday, February 6, the Senate started the current marathon session. By Saturday, the Senate will have only been able… Keep Reading

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Sally Yates Violated Ethical Standards and Must be Disbarred

On Monday, January 30, 2017, Sally Yates ordered the Department of Justice to stand down and not defend President Trump’s executive order to put a temporary stay on immigrants from certain countries until a new vetting system can be put in place. Sally Yates exact words were “as long as I am Attorney General, the Department of Justice will not present arguments in defense of the Executive Order …”. With these words, Sally Yates violated her duties to her client, the United States of America. One does not have to look very far to find that it is the duty… Keep Reading

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Mickey Mouse belongs to the People and not to the Disney Company

Please explain to me why Walt Disney is able to maintain a copyright on Mickey Mouse for 95 years while the companies discovering the drugs that heal our bodies are only able to maintain their patents for seventeen years? Every day big pharmaceutical companies are chastised for making large profits. There is not the same outrage about Disney charging $90 for a shirt that should cost $20. Why is Disney allowed to make obscene profits at the hands of the American people and not be a villain? The United States Constitution gave Congress the power to “promote the Progress of… Keep Reading

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2016: Republicans won the Battle but will they Win the War?

2016 was a great year for the Republican party. Donald Trump won the presidency, they control the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House, most governor’s offices, and most state legislatures. They have truly won the battle, but have they won the war? Properly Provisioning the Troops Results in Military Victory In 1846, the United States and Mexico found themselves in a bitter battle over the boundary between these two countries. General Scott was sent to Mexico to lead the American Army. General Winfield Scott eventually led his army all the way to Mexico City. General Scott received a lot of recognition… Keep Reading

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How Donald Trump can Neuter the Obama Administration

Regulations violate the checks and balances of a representative republic. While Obama is not the only president to use regulations to skirt Congress, he is the biggest culprit. Obama has used Federal Regulations to impose his socialistic agenda upon America. In fact, by May 2016, Obama had passed over 20,000 regulations during his presidency. Obama’s reign of terror is finally coming to an end. The good news is that Donald Trump has a tool to reduce the impact of the Obama administration. Keep Reading

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Term Limits, the Trojan Horse for Conservatives

Conservatives and liberals are locked in a prolonged battle for the heart and soul of this country. Conservatives are like the city of Troy, while liberals are akin to the invading army. Just as the citizens of Troy had a defensible wall that enabled them to survive, so likewise, America has a wall that has protected it from major governmental transformation. We call that wall the Constitution. For years, liberals have been fighting to expand the scope of Government. Liberals will not be content until the United States is a socialistic democracy. Conservatives are tired of the constant attacks. They… Keep Reading

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Wisconsin and Michigan Recounts and the Story of Yellow Journalism

Over the last week, I have visited five counties in two states as a part of the team of attorneys representing Donald Trump in the Wisconsin and Michigan recounts. Based on my observations, there was no widespread fraud in the 2016 elections. Almost every day, I would receive a message from one of my friends who would forward an article that they had seen on the internet. The article would make some sort of allegation of widespread fraud or abuse that demonstrated that some party was caught cheating and that the results would have a major impact on the elections.… Keep Reading

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Pearl Harbor and how Capitalism Won the War

On December 7, 1941, the United States of America was drawn into war with Japan. 75 years ago, Japan bombed the military installations at Pearl Harbor taking the lives of thousands of Americans. Pre-Pearl Harbor Economic Situation After World War I, the United States and its allies entered into the Washington Naval Treaty. This Treaty was to ensure that an arms race was curtailed. The treaty limited the size of each nation’s navy. While Japan was permitted to have a Navy significantly larger than either France or Italy, Japan felt snubbed because their Navy was not permitted to be as… Keep Reading

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Lessons for Losers – You don’t Win them All

Earlier this year, there was a lot of noise from Texas individuals who wanted to secede from the Union. They were fed up with how they perceived the direction of the country. Now that Donald Trump has won, an effort has started in California to secede from the Union. I just have one question: will the people in California and Texas grow up? As far as that goes, will the fans of Hillary Clinton who are funding Dr. Jill Stein’s recount grow up, also? I do not blame Dr. Stein for ordering these recounts. In fact, I must tip my… Keep Reading

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Congressman Rohrabacher, One of Donald Trump’s Most Loyal Supporters, should become the Next Secretary of State

Over the last week, there has been considerable debate over who Donald Trump will nominate as his Secretary of State. Several names have been floated around. The floated names include powerhouses of Republican politics like Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani. The list also includes former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, David Petraeus. I highly doubt that Donald Trump will select Mitt Romney because Donald Trump likes to surround himself with people who are loyal to him. Mitt Romney proved throughout the 2016 presidential campaign that he was not loyal to Donald Trump and, in fact, Romney did many things… Keep Reading

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Stop Calling Liberals “Hypocrites”, They have a Different Rulebook

This morning I read a great piece on Reason in which Stephaine Slade dives into the hypocrisy of the liberals. Fashion designer Sophie Theallet has declared that she will not be dressing the next first lady, Melania Trump. Slide correctly points out that while Theallet has the right to choose which customers she wants to work with, bakers and florists do not, if the customers they are refusing happen to be same-sex couples. Hardly a day goes by that I see on my Facebook feed a meme about liberal logic. The hypocrisy of liberals is so frustrating. How do they not… Keep Reading

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Cruz and Lee Need Your Help to Turn the Liberty Movement from Defense to Offense

The ballots are still being counted for the 2016 election and the eyes of the nation are turning towards 2018. I have already seen reports about the 2018 U.S. Senate races. There are 33 seats up for election, 23 held by Democrats, 2 held by independents who caucus with the Democrats, and 8 that are held by the Republicans. Of these 23 seats held by the Democrats, 10 live in states where Donald Trump won. Democratic turnout is usually lower in off-year elections so the election map does not look good for Democrats. For Liberty minded, Constitution loving, Limited Government… Keep Reading

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Doss’ Officers in Hacksaw Ridge and the Trump Protestors have One Thing in Common – A Lack of Respect for Constitutional Rights

Freedom is never free. This Veterans Day, I decided to watch Hacksaw Ridge. This movie is about a Seventh Day Adventist who believes that it is not right to kill. His commanding officers at boot camp pulled every trick in the book to try to get him to quit. Even though Doss was faced with spending the rest of the war at Fort Leavenworth, he refused to pick up a gun. As a freedom loving patriot who understands that the United States Constitution grants to every citizen the freedom of religion, this movie really challenged me. Doss’ beliefs differ from… Keep Reading

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The Mainstream Media Bought its Own Lies and Cost Clinton the Election

As we all know, after the media broke the story of Donald Trump’s statements about how he treated beautiful women, Hillary Clinton started taking her victory lap. It was so obvious that even Saturday Night Live did a skit on the Clinton victory lap. Hillary Clinton was not the only one who claimed victory before it was earned. The Mainstream Media also removed its foot from the pedal after the third debate. During the first part of October, the media was running non-stop stories about Donald Trump’s treatment of women. These stories were not designed to cause democrats to support… Keep Reading

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The Republican Party is not Dead … Yet

On January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. During this campaign, there have been plenty of hurt feelings and bitter resentment over Trump being the Republican nominee. Trump not only had to defeat the Democratic party, but he also had to beat the established ways of the Republican Party. Donald Trump, like Ronald Reagan, won the presidency by expanding the Republican base. Trump reached out to the blue collar workers who had faithfully voted for the Democrats since Reagan. We have heard many claims that the Republican Party is dead.… Keep Reading

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1st Amendment does not give Protestors the Right to Protest

Across this nation, thousands of individuals are gathering together to exercise their “supposed” First Amendment right of Freedom of Speech. These protestors are expressing their outrage that Donald Trump was elected as the President of the United States of America. The problem is that these protestors are disrupting the lives of those who live in the area of the protests. While they may have a First Amendment right to speech, that right ends when their speech interferes with the reasonable restrictions established by laws. The Supreme Court does allow cities to restrict Free Speech on the grounds of reasonable Time,… Keep Reading

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The Enemy of my Enemy is my Friend: What Ted Cruz knows and Conservatives don’t Understand

Yesterday, I received an email from Kelli Ward saying that she would be running against Republican Senator Jeff Flake. For those of you who don’t remember, Kelli Ward ran against Senator John McCain in the Republican Primary this year. In the last several days, I have heard reports that conservatives are planning on challenging Paul Ryan for Speaker of the House. Hardly a day goes by that I do not hear some story about some Republican fighting against another Republican. It does not matter if you are a conservative, a moderate, or an establishment republican, your enemy right now is… Keep Reading

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Don’t Call me Disabled Just Because I am Single

I am a healthy 42-year-old caucasian male. However, if the World Health Organization’s proposed rules are passed, I will be “disabled”. Forget that less than a year ago, I completed an Ironman. Even though I am able to swim 2.4 miles, ride my bike 112 miles, and run a marathon, I am soon going to be “disabled”. The World Health Organization (WHO) wants to classify me as disabled because I have chosen, at this time, to not have a sexual partner. The WHO is proposing a new definition of disability to include those who have an inability to find a… Keep Reading

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Donald Trump Proves Once Again He Can Outsmart the Main Stream Media

Anyone who knows me knows that I am not a huge Donald Trump fan. In fact, in the Republican primary, not only was he not my first, second, or third choice, he wasn’t even in my top ten. My main reason for not being a Trump fan comes from the simple fact that I do not believe he understands the principles of a Constitutional Republic. If you do not even understand the foundations of which this government is founded upon, how can you be expected to select proper judges, reduce the regulatory minefield, or return this nation to its roots… Keep Reading

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Govern Yourself or the Government Will Do it For You

You have the right to wave your hand in the air, but you don’t have the right to hit me in the nose. America was established upon the foundation of a self-governing people. This means that each individual is entitled to the rights of life, liberty, and property. With each right, there is also a responsibility. As a citizen of a self-governing nation, we have a responsibility to govern ourselves in such a way that we do not restrict other’s rights. Parents have a responsibility to raise up their children to be good citizens. In order to do this, they… Keep Reading

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The Media is Biased – Trump’s Behavior 3 Months Ago Would Have Been Praised, Today it is Vilified

For the last several years, there has been a national movement to permit boys and girls to use the locker room that they feel they belong in. This movement of tolerance is not tolerant of the feelings of those who are using the restroom that is appropriate for their gender. Instead, this movement is focused upon the extreme minority of students who are physiologically confused and are not willing to accept the gender of their birth. The liberal media has been pounding us with stories of physiologically confused students who are being “courageous” by standing up to school boards so… Keep Reading

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Clinton WikiLeak Emails Prove that she is Unable to Govern Herself and thus Unqualified to Govern a Nation of Self-Governed People

During Sunday’s debate, Hillary Clinton accused the Russians of tampering with the elections. Her exact words were “We have never in the history of our country been in a situation where an adversary of foreign power is working so hard to influence the outcome of the elections and they are not doing it to get me elected. They are doing it to influence the election for Donald Trump.” REALLY? Do you really expect the American people to believe that a foreign government has never attempted to tamper with U.S. elections? If there has never been a problem with foreign governments… Keep Reading

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Lessons the Commission on Presidential Debates can Learn from the NFL

After two presidential and one vice-president debate, there may not be a clear winner, but there is no doubt who is the loser. The loser of the Debates is the moderators and the Commission on Presidential Debates. It is time that we start treating the Presidential Debates like an NFL game. NFL games draw huge audiences nationwide, as do the Presidential Debates. NFL games pit one team and their fans against another. While there are those who may watch the game because of the love of the game, the vast majority of those who are watching the game are cheering… Keep Reading

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Regulations Violate the Checks and Balances of a Representative Republic

Big business is ruining this country. Big business is using its vast resources to bribe politicians. Big business is using its lawyers to abuse the legal system to ensure favorable court rulings. Big business is not afraid of small fines passed out by the government, as this is just the price of doing business. Big business does not care about its workers because they can easily be replaced. These statements, while some would argue that they are applicable today, are actually statements regarding the business condition in the United States between the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. If you thought politics… Keep Reading

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Don’t Crucify Cruz Yet – Lessons from Theodore Roosevelt

Yesterday, my social media was full of stories of liberty loving conservatives blasting Ted Cruz for publicly stating that he was voting for Donald Trump for President of the United States of America. I have read all sorts of stories that clearly indicate that these individuals feel betrayed and that they can never trust Ted again. They do not trust Trump and feel that Trump is going to be a disaster. How could Cruz, the man who so faithfully fought for our liberties, sell us out? In 1898, Theodore Roosevelt returned from Cuba. Roosevelt was a national hero because of… Keep Reading

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Freedom Loving Patriots are to Blame for the National Anthem Controversy

For the third week in a row, my social media accounts have been blowing up with posts about various NFL players who have refused to stand for the national anthem. I have read of proposed boycotts and of pulled sponsorships. What I have not read is a single freedom loving patriot who is willing to stand up and take personal responsibility for why this story has gained so much traction. When was the last time you saw on television a person streaking? Just because you do not see it, does not mean it does not happen. The media and various… Keep Reading

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Lessons from the Life of James Madison, the Father of the U.S. Constitution

229 years, one of the most important documents in world history was enacted. While the Declaration of Independence is what gave birth to this nation, it is the United States Constitution that provided the foundation which enabled this fledgling nation to grow into the world power that we enjoy today. The Declaration of Independence espoused the principles of freedom and liberty, it did not provide the ability for this nation to govern itself. Eight days after the second Continental Congress passed the Declaration of Independence, Congress started drafting the Articles of Confederation. It was not until late in 1777 that… Keep Reading

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