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Our Beliefs, Mission, and Goal

Beliefs:

The Declaration of Independence expresses the fundamental  values of all people, and the United States Constitution formed a Republic to protect those fundamental values against unrestrained government intervention.

 

Mission:

Promote the values expressed in the Declaration of Independence and preserve our republic as established by the United States Constitution.

 

Goal:

To hold government - at all levels - accountable to the people!
 


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“Property must be secured or liberty cannot exist.” - John Adams


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Why the Welfare State Isn’t Well and It Isn’t Fair

Throughout most of the 19th and 20th centuries Socialism had a fairly precise definition, a somewhat clear program, and a generally agreed upon goal.  The definition of Socialism was some variant of…Continue

Tags: Progressive, agenda, Obama, Progressives, Socialists

Started by Dr. Robert Owens in Constitutional Discussions on Saturday.

Law vs Anti-Law

America was founded upon the principles of Natural Law.  The Progressives led us into the realms of Legal Positivism.  The vast government apparatus they have constructed has progressed into a…Continue

Tags: legal, Soviet, theory, progressive, Obama’s

Started by Dr. Robert Owens in Constitutional Discussions Oct 17.

Nobama

The once haute couture No Drama Obama has fumbled his way to the “What me worry?” of Alfred E. Newman. After almost five full years of the coolest, smartest, least prepared president America has ever…Continue

Tags: the, America, smartest, president, prepared

Started by Dr. Robert Owens in Constitutional Discussions Oct 11.

Don’t Worry Be Happy

No one gets to live in the world they grew up in, it moves too fast. It wasn’t always like this.  My father grew up plowing with mules as had his father and his father and his father back and back…Continue

Tags: Hopelessness, Hope, Bang, Big, particle

Started by Dr. Robert Owens in Constitutional Discussions Sep 4.

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The Benghazi Coalition Victory! Select Committee Approved!

Our coalition letter from January.

It is good to re-read this letter in context with the Benghazi revelations and for a select committee.



“To the living we owe respect. To the dead we owe the truth.” –Voltaire

Dear Speaker Boehner,

We write to express our grave concern over the failure of the House of Representatives to extract the truth from the Obama administration concerning the attack on our diplomatic and intelligence facilities in Benghazi, Libya; and, the brutal… Continue

Posted by David Wallace on May 2, 2014 at 8:27pm

DOES THE HERALD MAIL LOVE TO HATE THE TEA PARTY?

I am writing in response to the Apr 2nd Letter to the Editor that was published in the Herald Mail, titled “Of course the tea party is biased against the president” by Rodney Guessford. See http://tinyurl.com/hmandteaparty . This is just one of the many op-eds, editorials, and Feedback column anti-TEA Party comments that I have had to refute since the campaign season has started to heat up. However, I have only been able to provide rebuttals mostly… Continue

Posted by Lynda Givens Evans on April 4, 2014 at 12:47pm

TIM ROWLAND SHOULD JUST STOP WRITING ABOUT POLITICS

   Hit and Run Rowland (HR2) has struck again in a column entitled "Republican male politicians, just stop talking about women", attacking the Party of which he falsely claims to belong (in the full sense of the word belong). I call him HR2 because he writes mostly negative inflammatory pieces about Conservative individuals and the Republican Party, then he hides refusing to answer comments or engage in a discussion.  He rarely writes about…

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Posted by Lynda Givens Evans on January 28, 2014 at 8:39pm

DEFENSELESS

    I have been asked to say a few words at a gun rally in Annapolis in two days. Unfortunately, I am experiencing flu symptoms and I am not sure that I will be able to make it. I've been thinking about what I want to say because, as I told the person who asked me to speak, I am not an experienced gun owner. I have only one gun that I purchased less than a year ago. As a TEA Party person, my entire argument against the recent attack on the 2nd Amendment is just that...a constitutional issue.…

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Posted by Lynda Givens Evans on January 17, 2014 at 11:07pm — 1 Comment

 
 
 

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Why Tuesday Is GOP's Last Chance To Win Senate

The battle for the Senate appears to be tilting the Republicans' way, but a number of close races leaves the possibility that the party will come up short -- as it did in 2010 and 2012. Yet a narrow defeat this time wouldn't be just another opportunity deferred until the next election; it might feel more like the closing of a door. While the GOP is expected to gain seats in the House, cementing its majority, a failure to take the

Obama's base crumbles: Youths, Latinos slip away

Heading into the last hectic weekend of the 2014 midterm election campaign, a couple of revealing findings stick out that are ominous for Democrats:

Young 'Hope & Change' voters, who formed the core of Barack Obama's 2008 victory, have drifted away from their guy. In other words, they are growing up.

Second, Latinos, another leg on the aging Obama support stool, are flaking off too.

Besides his vigorous fundraising efforts, the Democrat president has spent much of his campaign effort this year working on his party's election day turnout, historically a flaccid factor in liberal midterm balloting. But that may not help much because the base he's trying to turn out has changed.

Conservatives, on the other hand, have a traditional stake in turning out. This time it's especially driven by opposition to Obama policies and pushing GOP candidates to control six more seats to control the Senate, stall Obama's remaining liberal agenda and and help Harry Reid find his way to Sunny Acres.

Among the youths surveyed by Harvard's Institute of Politics, a majority voted for Obama in 2012 and 64% said there's at least a 50-50 chance of their voting next Tuesday. But 43% consider the country headed in the wrong direction. They disapprove of everybody's job performance in Washington: Obama (53%), Democrats in Congress (60%) and Republicans there (72%).

They disapprove of Obama's job on the economy (60%), ObamaCare (57%), the deficit (65%), foreign policy (60%) and immigration (61%).

But -- and here's the key -- youths who voted in 2008 went for Obama by 34 points and 23 points in 2012. Even in 2010, a really bad year for Obama's party, youths supported Democrats 55%-43%.

This time, however, that same cohort will be voting for a GOP-controlled Congress 51%-47%.

As for Latinos, an increasingly important sector of the electorate, the new ABC News-Washington Post Poll shows they are just fine with Republicans taking control of both houses on Capitol Hill.

Fifty percent say it doesn't matter which party controls Congress. Worse for Obama, now out on his longest campaign swing of the cycle, 30% say it would be a good thing if Republicans win control of the Senate. That's twice the size of those who say bad thing. Bueno.

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The more parents learn about Common Core, the less they like it

The more parents learn of Common Core, the less they like it

The more parents of public school students learn about Barack Obama's Common Core education agenda, the less they like it.

A new national poll from Gallup reports:

"The overall proportion of public school parents who report having heard at least a little about the new standards has not changed appreciably since April, now at 73%.

However, nearly half (49%) of public school parents now say they have heard a great deal or fair amount about the new standards, up from 38% in April.

"The data suggest that this increase in awareness has led to an increase in negativity, given the seven-percentage-point increase in those viewing the standards negatively and the two-point decrease in those viewing them positively."

While greater public awareness has not improved Common Core support among Democrat-leaning parents, increased awareness has reduced support among Republican-leaning parents.

Among GOP supporters, 58% now have negative views of Common Core. That's up from only 42% last spring. Also, those with a "Very Negative" opinion has grown to 35% while the "Somewhat Negative" has faded to 23%.

While Democrat parents still support Common Core two-to-one -- 48% to 23% -- their support remains below half and is tepid.

So far, two states -- Indiana and Oklahoma -- have dropped the math and reading standards. Seven states so far are not participating.

But that could change. Obama has boasted across the country that his policies and priorities are in effect on the ballot with Democrats who've supported him, though they're dodging that help now. Common Core has been a hot issue in numerous gubernatorial races. And next week's midterm results could well prompt further opt-outs.

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