• Let the United Nations Know Enough is Enough!
    Let the United Nations Know Enough is Enough!

    How is it that the organization that symbolizes peace has brought nothing of the sort? Since the United Nations started in 1945, it seems as though the world has been in a constant state of war. The United Nations claims that many more catastrophes would occur without it, but this power hungry organization will stop at nothing to convince you of its need for existence. The group uses world peace, climate change, environmental sustainability, the elimination of world poverty, and the improvement of world health standards to get everyone on the bandwagon. 


  • We the People Defending the Constitution
    We the People Defending the Constitution

    Each judge or justice of the United States takes an oath before performing the duties of his office. It goes as follows, “I, ___ ___, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will administer justice without respect to persons, and do equal right to the poor and to the rich, and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all the duties incumbent upon me as ___ under the Constitution and laws of the United States. So help me God.”


  • Battling Political Frustration
    Battling Political Frustration

    After two presidential debates have wrapped up, covering topics such as tax returns, emails, security, race, women, and mutual acceptance, what role did the U.S. Constitution have in them? How many times in the debates was the Constitution even mentioned? Answers were barely reflective of what liberty loving conservatives should expect to hear from two candidates battling for the presidency of the United States of America.


  • Aftermath of the Obama-UN Internet Takeover
    Aftermath of the Obama-UN Internet Takeover
    On Saturday, the United States oversight of the Internet was transferred to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). Despite many members of Congress and conservative leaders opposing it, President Obama’s radical proposal still went through. Now, it seems, there is no turning back from eventually losing free speech online, opening up more national security vulnerabilities and dealing with possible legal ramifications.  

  • Hey Congress! You Forgot to Save the Internet
    Hey Congress! You Forgot to Save the Internet

    Congress should convene an emergency session of Congress to save the Internet from a handover to a UN-aligned organization.



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