Only 9% of America Chose Trump and Clinton as the Nominees – The New York Times

A slick presentation of the importance of voting. Your vote does count as this plainly shows. Source: Only 9% of America Chose Trump and Clinton as the Nominees – The New York Times

The Inconsistency of “Personally Opposed but Still Pro-Choice” | Catholic Answers

By Trent Horn July 25, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s selection of Virginia governor Tim Kaine as her running mate has reignited the debate about whether Catholic politicians can support pro-choice policies but remain “personally opposed” to abortion. In June, Kaine explained his position on Meet the Press: I’m a traditional Catholic. I’m personally opposed to abortion and personally opposed to the death penalty. . . . I deeply believe, and not just as a matter of Continue Reading →

Trump to Pick Mike Pence, Says Source

Formal announcement expected Friday Posted Jul 14, 2016 11:46 AM Patricia Murphy@Patricia Murphy                 Donald Trump is planning to announce that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is his choice for his vice presidential running mate, according to a Republican with direct knowledge of the decision. As Trump narrowed in on his choice of Pence, the two men spent time at both Trump’s golf resort in New Jersey in early Continue Reading →

As Country Club Republicans Link Up With The Democratic Ruling Class, Millions Of Voters Are Orphaned

From an article in Forbes By Angelo Codevilla  (Photo credit: DonkeyHotey) On January 1, 2013 one third of Republican congressmen, following their leaders, joined with nearly all Democrats to legislate higher taxes and more subsidies for Democratic constituencies. Two thirds voted no, following the people who had elected them. For generations, the Republican Party had presented itself as the political vehicle for Americans whose opposition to ever-bigger government financed by ever-higher taxes makes them a Continue Reading →

THE REMNANT NEWSPAPER: Lessons of Hanukkah for 2012

From the miracle of the Maccabees‘ victory, an eight-day celebration of Hanukkah has continued ever since Since the November elections we have never seen so much despondency and despair. We’re hearing from so many people who say they are depressed, see no way out, and are just giving up. And, yes, things are looking worse than ever before. Four more years of Barack Obama. More socialist politicians elected to Congress. Election fraud. Radicals running the Continue Reading →

Can the Republican Party Avoid the Fate of the Whigs?

Note from Senior Management: Pat Caddell, Fox News Contributor and top Democratic strategist, continues his series of exclusive commentary and analysis for Breitbart News concerning the recent election and the future of the Republic. If present trends continue, the Republicans will likely soon fall out of political viability; and the Grand Old Party will be the Grand Defunct Party. They are well on their way to becoming the 21st Century incarnation of the Whigs. Let’s Continue Reading →

THE REMNANT NEWSPAPER: Thought Control and the Scientific Hypocrisy of the Left

Leftwing media pundits were aghast this month. GQ magazine, that journal of serious political discourse, conducted an interview with Republican Senator Marco Rubio. In case you decided to check out from politics after Election Day (and I don’t blame you if you did), Rubio is one of the front-runners for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016. GQ used the opportunity to ask a very relevant and important question burning on the minds of millions of Continue Reading →

Gingrich: The very first Americans – Conservative News

By: Newt and Callista Gingrich 11/21/2012 06:10 AM It was 392 years ago this month that a small band of religious pilgrims from England agreed in writing how they would govern their new settlement at Plymouth. Their covenant began, “In the name of God, Amen.” Today, we know their agreement as the Mayflower Compact, and these pioneers as the Pilgrims. They would have considered themselves among the earliest English settlers in the colonies — but Continue Reading →

GOP legally barred from fighting vote fraud

Voting machines suspiciously defaulting to Barack Obama? Buses loaded with strangers appearing at polling stations? Even ballots turning out 100 percent for one candidate in precinct reports? In short, suspicions of vote fraud? That’s too bad, because a race-based consent decree negotiated by Democrats against the Republican National Committee a generation ago still has tied the RNC’s hands, and GOP officials could be cited for contempt – or worse – if they try to make Continue Reading →

National Heritage Sites and Agenda 21

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, how many single-family homes damaged by the storm surge will be rebuilt as high density dwellings? This is after all, the Smart Growth trend across the country – destroy traditional homes in the suburbs because they are “unsustainable” and build high rises in inner cities. Smart Growth meetings across the country at the local level tout “consensus building” where the outcome has already been decided by a small group Continue Reading →

The Temptation of Secular Conservatism | First Things

If there is one silver lining to President Obama’s re-election—an event that fills many with apprehension—it is that it’s provided a clarifying moment for American conservatism. For years, the conservative movement has been carried along by its “big tent” philosophy, which welcomes conservatives of various types. In the wake of Obama’s victory, however, these differences have been accentuated. Many conservatives believe this was a winnable election, and blame some faction of the GOP for supposedly Continue Reading →

Claim: EPA Head Used Secret Email to Hide Documents

The revelation stands in sharp contrast to President Barack Obama’s promise that his would be the most transparent administration in history. “They’ve been moving government over to private email,” said Mr. Horner in an interview with the Washington Times. “In the book, I reveal private servers the White House had universities and pressure groups set up so they can conduct discussions.” Open-records laws do not allow federal workers to use private emails to skirt public Continue Reading →