Latest News

Recent Posts

Hardball: McConnell Changes Rule to Overcome Obstruction of Trump's Judicial Picks, Dems Fume

By Guy Benson at Townhall | This may seem like an abstruse parliamentary maneuver -- and it is -- but Mitch McConnell just escalated ...

Read More

National Sheriffs’ Association: ‘They Just Outlawed Crime Fighting in California’

By Craig Bannister |CNSNews.com "They just outlawed crime fighting in California." (Screenshot) “Someone is about to be harmed” because California lawmakers have put the ...

Read More

Californication Reaches New Lows

While reducing penalties for knowingly infecting someone with HIV, the state punishes anyone using "wrong" pronouns. By Lewis Morris · at ...

Read More

Pennsylvania Family Council --2017 Judicial Voter's Guide

 From The Pennsylvania Family Council PaFamilyVoter.com - 2017 Judicial Voter's Guide Non-partisan and church-friendly.  Printable guide for statewide judicial candidates. Questionnaire responses ...

Read More

Bannon: GOP's Entire ‘Establishment Globalist Clique' Must Go

Steve Bannon, former chief strategist for President Trump, is putting together a coalition to challenge all establishment Republicans. (Photo: Screen ...

Read More

Squishy Republicans are Calling it Quits

   THE COMMON CONSTITUTIONALIST — Freedom Outpost In early September, Charlie Dent, Republican Congressman from Pennsylvania and co-chair of the moderate Tuesday Group, ...

Read More

Cliven Bundy: Feds don't own Western states

Larry Klayman shares news in battle over land seized illegally by U.S. government   By Larry Klayman at Renew America Events important ...

Read More

Trump’s Strategy Is Clearly Working As 20 Other Nations Take Action Against North Korea

"Other nations are responding ..." By Ellysa Chenery/Western Journalism President Donald Trump’s controversial handling of North Korea has reportedly led to international action, ...

Read More

If you want to get Iran to the negotiating table, declare the Iranian Revolutionary Guard a terrorist organization

    By Printus LeBlanc at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government As Oct. 15 approaches President Donald Trump must decide whether ...

Read More

Iran on Pathway to Fully Restart Nuclear Weapons Program

Top lawmakers urge Trump not to leave deal Iranian President Hassan Rouhani sits among senior army staff / Getty Images BY: Adam Kredo  ...

Read More

USA’s end of the road carefully crafted for decades

Share
 Click to enlarge

By Sher Zieve at Renew America

The takeover of the USA had been carefully crafted for many years. When, then, 57-year-old George Washington was to take office on 30 April 1789, no one in the just-formed government of the United States knew what to call their newly elected leader. Some were even suggesting Monarchical titles. With all thanks to God, those on the side of the still-being-formed Republic chose the title President of the United States. Since that time, however, there have been multiple attempts to turn the country into something resembling an Autocracy. Extreme measures began with President Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921) who was the country’s first fully “progressive” (our first Communist president or Communist leaning at best) president of the United States. Then, there was Roger Nash Baldwin (founder of the ACLU) who openly expressed his love for everything about the Soviet Union’s form of a Marxist (Communist) totalitarian government. We elected liberal and progressive Franklin Delano Roosevelt who was our president from March 4, 1933 – April 12, 1945. Note: I don’t think it was until Ronald Reagan’s presidency (January 20, 1981 – January 20, 1989) that we finally extricated ourselves from the majority of Roosevelt’s damaging policies, while a few have still made it to present day. We have had a number of liberals/progressives/leftists elected the office of POTUS. However, none were – arguably – quite as damaging as was the presidency of Barack Hussein Obama and his team.

Read more

Featured Video

Local Issues

Voices of the People

Your Schools

Issues

Letters to the Editor

More from our archives