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Sacrificing Principles for Political Expediency

There’s nothing like an election to show how much value people place on their principles. For those on the left, casting a vote for the most politically selfish of reasons is effortless since the left has no principles. Those on the right used to be guided by conservative principles, but it seems to be becoming more common for the right to abandon principle in favor of the same politically selfish reason exhibited by the left. Win the seat, at all costs, and the character of your candidate is irrelevant.

The dictionary defines principles as “an accepted or professed rule of action or conduct.” For those on the left, the only accepted or professed rule of conduct is to use an elected position to promote leftist ideals and programs. Any degenerate who does that will always be voted for, defended and supported by those on the left. Bill Clinton is the chief example of this premise with many others on […] → Keep reading

Supreme Court: Congress Can Imprison Over Benghazi

With so much having already been written about Benghazi I have been hesitant to post about it, but I stumbled across something very interesting that could come into play when the Select Committee begins investigating not only what happened at Benghazi on September 11, 2012, but the cover up that followed and the continued attempts by the Obama administration to hide documents and information from Congress and the American people. A former elected official I follow on Twitter who appears to have contacts inside the Republican caucus in Congress has said the Jurney v. MacCracken Supreme Court decision in 1935 will be playing a role in the upcoming investigation. After reading about the case I can certainly see where this decision could have an impact on the proceedings. With former prosecutor Rep. Trey Gowdy running the committee I have every confidence he will use every possible leverage to get at the truth and this decision by the Court could […] → Keep reading

State of the Union Address In A Perfect World

If things went as they should, President Obama’s State of the Union address to the nation this evening would be just a bit different than what he plans to say:

Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, fellow citizens.

Tonight, I come before you to outline the reasons why the state of our union is poor. Very poor. I place blame on no one but myself. My policies have destroyed our economy, made unemployment skyrocket and raised our national debt by more than fifty percent.

For more than a year now I have lied to you about the events that transpired at our embassy in Benghazi. I knew within two hours that it was a terrorist attack but I ordered our military to stand down and, as a result, our ambassador and three other Americans were brutally murdered. I knew if the truth was known about my failure to act that it would severely harm my reelection so I […] → Keep reading