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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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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 on Friday.

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.

Why Worry When You Can Pray

I am often asked, “How can you stay focused so intently upon the situations and circumstances surrounding America’s current condition of managed decline without succumbing to the mind-chilling…Continue

Tags: dystopia, utopianism, obamanation, Progressive, Obama

Started by Dr. Robert Owens in Constitutional Discussions Aug 29.

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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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GOP: 'Aren't we tired of the way Washington fails to listen to us?'

House Candidate Lee Zeldin of New York gives the Republican Party's Weekly Remarks

Hello, I'm Lee Zeldin, and I'm the Republican candidate for New York's First Congressional District here on Long Island, a special place where I was born and raised.

Let me start by saying that our hearts go out to all those affected by the Ebola outbreak. Right now, the president and his administration need to be taking every necessary step to protect the American people. (Scroll to bottom for video of these remarks.)

Today, I just want to share with you the most important reason I'm running for Congress. There are two of them actually, and they're our beautiful twin daughters, Arianna and Mikayla. They inspire my wife, Diana, and I every day to do all we can to provide them and their generation with more opportunities than we had.

That's just the American way, but that is not the path we find ourselves on right now.

Our government spends more than it takes in, fails to keep basic promises to our veterans, and squanders opportunity after opportunity to create good-paying jobs. Instead of courage, we see caution and inaction.

Aren't we tired of the way Washington fails to listen to us?

This November 4th is our chance to send a message that the challenges we face can't wait. That it's time to turn things back in the right direction.

We can start by focusing on creating good-paying, private sector jobs. Too often in today's economy, people find themselves taking second, third jobs, and that's still not enough to make ends meet. We can do better, and help families get ahead, not just get by.

We need to fight for our veterans who fought for us. We can't rest until we know the VA will be able to provide the first-rate, 21st-century care our men and women in uniform deserve.

We need to repeal and replace ObamaCare with solutions that cost less and guarantee more freedom, certainty and security.

And we have to improve our education system, to put parents in charge of their kids' education, and give every child an opportunity to succeed.

I know we can do this. It's going to take hard work, tough decisions, and embracing the duty we all share to protect and pass on the blessings on which our country was built.

That's why I proudly served as a U.S. Army paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division, why I still serve as a major in the Army Reserves, and why I'm running for Congress now.

Together, we can end the dysfunction, and restore the American Dream for our kids and grandkids. They're what this is all about. Thank you for listening, and have a great weekend. ####

Previous Weekly Remarks by both parties are available by clicking here.

More Americans say their midterm vote is opposing Obama

Ebola and Ebola fear spread as Obama continued fundraising

Obama declares: 'Ebola is actually a difficult disease to catch'

President Obama's weekly remarks

Today, I want to take a few minutes to speak with you-directly and clearly-about Ebola: what we're doing about it, and what you need to know. Because meeting a public health challenge like this isn't just a job for government. All of us-citizens, leaders, the media-have a responsibility and a role to play.

This is a serious disease, but we can't give in to hysteria or fear-because that only makes it harder to get people the accurate information they need. We have to be guided by the science. We have to remember the basic facts.

First, what we're seeing now is not an "outbreak" or an "epidemic" of Ebola in America. We're a nation of more than 300 million people. To date, we've seen three cases of Ebola diagnosed here-the man who contracted the disease in Liberia, came here and sadly died; the two courageous nurses who were infected while they were treating him.

Our thoughts and our prayers are with them, and we're doing everything we can to give them the best care possible. Now, even one infection is too many. At the same time, we have to keep this in perspective. As our public health experts point out, every year thousands of Americans die from the flu.

Second, Ebola is actually a difficult disease to catch. It's not transmitted through the air like the flu. You cannot get it from just riding on a plane or a bus. The only way that a person can contract the disease is by coming into direct contact with the bodily fluids of somebody who is already showing symptoms.

I've met and hugged some of the doctors and nurses who've treated Ebola patients. I've met with an Ebola patient who recovered, right in the Oval Office. And I'm fine.

Third, we know how to fight this disease. We know the protocols. And we know that when they're followed, they work. So far, five Americans who got infected with Ebola in West Africa have been brought back to the United States-and all five have been treated safely, without infecting healthcare workers.

And this week, at my direction, we're stepping up our.............

Obama fights to keep Ebola from becoming Katrina

Better late than never presumably. Barack Obama is finally acting and talking like an actual president on this Ebola crisis. How he and the CDC Director Tom Frieden have 'handled' the situation from a strategic point of view will likely be a case study in PR classes someday on how not to perform crisis communications.

Their approach was late, clueless and detached from the average American's reality. No surprise that Washington functionaries in their arrogant bubble of self-importance are detached from the rest of the country. Especially this president.

Obama knows for a fact that he's more intelligent. So do the puffed-up sycophants surrounding him. And if we don't know as much about the situation at hand, well, that's our fault, right?

Wrong! It's quite common for public officials in-the-know to feel -- and too often display -- impatience with the citizenry's differing priorities and concerns. But it's not the public's job to understand; it's officials' job to explain. And explain. And explain.

This pair over-promised from the first sign of Americans' spiking Ebola fever. Offering no detailed explanations, both were sure there would be no Ebola outbreak in the United States because there were self-reporting checks on air passengers flying here and because this country has the world's most sophisticated healthcare system. Instructions on handling any cases had been distributed across the country.

Health professionals have been through this many times before, Obama aide Lisa Monaco reassured, and they know what it takes to contain the lethal virus. Uh-huh.

It very much resembles the high expectations and poor delivery of services that doomed perceptions of President Bush's Katrina response.

Sadly, over the years and most recently the last five, Americans have been trained in skepticism of official statements, if not downright cynicism. Obama's broken vows and serial untruths helped him through challenges back when conveniently uttered. But like his ballooned national debt, the weight of them accumulates.

Americans are patient people. Also inattentive much of the time. But when they turn on a public figure, it's over. You can't ask Richard Nixon. But inquire of John Edwards, who's back to chasing ambulances for a large percentage of his plaintiff's damages.

Obama's approval and credibility have tanked the last two years. Turns out, if Obama liked his power to persuade countrymen, he couldn't keep it. He squandered it.

So, because they wanted to reassure and appear in control, Obama and Frieden established the scene for their own failures by setting expectations high -- very unlikely to have any outbreaks. You will notice now that Obama's press secretary is trying to tweak history by claiming his boss said no "widespread outbreaks."

That's a familiar tactic for Team Obama. He's claimed it wasn't him who set that red-line in Syria. And he's now claiming that he always warned al Qaeda would be around for a long time. Uh, no.

Even when the late Liberian liar presented himself as not............

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