Recent Posts

Meet Your Multiemployer Pension Nightmare: Actuary to Lawmakers

A witness told members of a new committee that 1 million people could soon face 90% benefits cuts. By Allison Bell | Think ...

Read More

Trump Oversees Biggest Cuts to Regs in Quarter-Century

Trump has been aggressive in cutting red tape, but for the benefits to last Congress must act. By Political Editors · ...

Read More

Trump’s Vitally Important Anti-Poverty Initiative

Star Parker / @UrbanCURE /The Daily Signal Ivy Imboden, originally from Anchorage, Alaska, clutches a warm drink after arriving at a new tent ...

Read More

Q&A With Rep. Kevin Brady: ‘America’s Back’ Because of Tax Cuts

Genevieve Wood / @genevievewood /The Daily Signal House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady, R-Texas, sat down with The Daily Signal to talk about ...

Read More

News Release: Indiantown Gap National Cemetery to Honor Veterans on Armed Forces Day

Indiantown Gap National Cemetery to Honor Veterans on Armed Forces Day Bugles Across America Joins with Local High School Musicians for ...

Read More

Barletta Welcomes SHINE Students to U.S. Capitol

Barletta Welcomes SHINE Students to U.S. Capitol Continues to lead bipartisan efforts on behalf of afterschool programs nationwide   WASHINGTON – Congressman Lou Barletta ...

Read More

Jacksonville Business Wins Fight to Fly Military Flags – City Official Had Told Veteran His Service Didn’t Matter

By Rusty | Featured Contributor | THE POLITICAL INSIDER A Jacksonville business successfully won its battle with the city over their right to fly militaryflags, but ...

Read More

How Democrats are Trying to Steal Seats from Republicans in 2018

                            ~ Conservative Zone With the midterms coming around the corner, Democrats are lining up new strategies to try to take conservative ...

Read More

B56536_BETHSINGER_FLAG

Cuomo's Parolee Voting Decree: Good Politics, Bad Policy

He's considering pardons for all 35,000 felons currently on parole in New York. He wants the votes. By Jordan Candler · ...

Read More

Look Around You: Do You Still Think America Won the Cold War?

By Timothy Daughtry at Townhall The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not represent the views of Townhall.com.   American teenagers march ...

Read More

Latest News

[smoothslider]

If California is the future, the future does not look good

Share

By Printus LeBlanc at the Daily Torch and Americans for Limited Government

In a Twitter post attacking President Trump, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) tweeted “California represents the future.” After looking at the stats, it is hard to see what type of future California has. People are no longer going west to live the California dream. The middle class is fleeing, and the politicians seem intent on keeping them out. Things are bad and getting worse in California, but there may be some small rays of hope.

California’s education system is a disaster. According to statistics released in September, not even half of California students are proficient in English with only 1 out of 3 being proficient in math. What

Continue reading…

POSSE OF FIVE HOME INVADERS MEET THEIR MATCH IN TWO FLORIDA RESIDENTS

Share

ANDREW WEST/KEEP AND BEAR The Second Amendment’s singular purpose is to ensure that our great nation can never again far into the hands of tyranny, foreign or domestic.

There are some incredibly wonderful side effects of the inalienable right, as well, with Americans being able to fully enjoy the world of hunting as well. In fact, while hunting may be on a slight decline generally, it is still a wildly popular pastime for Americans, according to recent reports.

The U.S. Department of the Interior announced a new report by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that shows that 101.6 million Americans—40 percent of the U.S. population 16 years old and older—participated in wildlife-related activities in 2016, such as hunting, fishing,

Continue reading…

Better to Have It and not Need It – The Essence of the Second Amendment

Share

Written by Nicholas Wishek/ EagleRising An old adage tells us that, “It is better to have something and not need it, than to need something and not have it.”

This is obviously something the gun control folks haven’t considered. The gun is not evil, it is an equalizer. A gun gives an 110 pound girl a chance against a would be rapist twice her size. A gun gives an elderly couple a chance against youthful home invaders bent on mayhem. Most importantly, as the Second Amendment intends, a gun gives citizens at least some chance against a tyrannical government seeking to take away their freedoms.

Read More

Continue reading…

MAJOR FIREARMS MANUFACTURER SET TO OPEN NEW FACILITY IN SOUTHERN STATE

Share

ANDREW WEST/KEEP AND BEAR

We are at a strange crossroads in American history these days, as the nation prospers immensely under the leadership of President Donald Trump, yet the Constitution is completely under attack at the same time.

As Americans, many of us are fairly familiar with what the media has dubbed “The Trump Effect” – a series of financial windfalls that we’ve experienced on account of electing a wealthy businessman to the highest office in the land. Consumer confidence in the President is touching all-time records, and that bodes extremely well for the nation as a whole.

Consumer confidence surged in February, the first month Americans started to benefit from the Trump tax cuts, to the highest level since

Continue reading…

GUN CONTROL CONTROVERSY SURROUNDING DELAWARE LAWMAKERS

Share

DAVE/Keep and Bear

Control Controversy Surrounding Delaware Lawmakers

Since federal lawmakers have been slow and often reluctant to push any kind of gun control measures, a number of state lawmakers are taking up the challenge. For some, generally Democrats in heavily Democrat voter areas are finding it easy to push gun control legislation, but other others are finding themselves getting embroiled in controversy over the issues of gun control.

Never before in American history has gun control become one of the primary issues of any national election cycle, but this year’s midterm elections in many areas may rest upon the issue of gun control and which politicians are for it and which are against gun control and what to protect gun rights. Some

Continue reading…

NRA Announces Drive to Sign Up 100,000 New Members in 100 Days

Share

‘The threat to our Second Amendment has never been greater’

Getty Images

BY: / the Washington Free Beacon.

The National Rifle Association announced a membership drive on Thursday with the goal of signing up 100,000 new members in the next 100 days.

“The NRA’s strength is in our dedicated and politically savvy members,” Jason J. Brown, NRA media relations manager, told the Washington Free Beacon. “Over the next 100 days we hope to welcome 100,000 new freedom-loving Americans to our ranks. The threat to our Second Amendment has never been greater.”

Read More

Continue reading…

APN Debuts New ‘Stand in the Gap’ TV Program on Sunday!

Share

APN Debuts New ‘Stand in the Gap’ TV Program on Sunday

The Sunday Show Brings Clarity to Cultural Confusion and Presents Biblical and Constitutional Solutions to Complex Issues of Our Day

APN is taking its highly effective, successful and popular radio program, “Stand in the Gap,” and the engaging and useful content featured each day, to the television airwaves.

The new “Stand in the Gap” television show will debut this Sunday, April 22, at 3 p.m. on the WBPH Cable Network, which reaches a potential of 7 million viewers in the Philadelphia region, as well as online. Both the “Stand in the Gap” radio and television programs consider news and cultural issues from a biblical and Constitutional perspective, offering listeners views they

Continue reading…

Tennessee Stops Sending Tax Dollars to Abortion Providers

Share

“The government should not be entangled with Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry,” The Heritage Foundation’s Monica Burke says. Pictured is the Tennessee state Capitol. (Photo: Andre Jenny Stock Connection Worldwide/Newscom)

The governor of Tennessee has signed a bill that ends state taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers in the state.

“The governor … deferred to the will of the legislature on this bill as amended, and after reviewing the bill in its final form decided to sign the bill into law,” Jennifer Donnals, Republican Gov. Bill Haslam’s press secretary, said in a statement published by CBN News.

 

Read More

Continue reading…

Page 3 of 1,46412345...100200...Last »

Polls

What issues are most important to you in PENNSYLVANIA ONLY. Pick your top 3.

View Results