‘This is what that Satanist group wants’
She won’t say “illegal” immigrant and was a member of La Raza.
‘The key is not more regulation, but less’
‘I think it’s worth a try’
If she really meant it, that alone is reason to oppose her candidacy for president of our constitutional republic.
A ‘backdoor way’ to skirt Citizens United decision
The ruling forces utilities to pay middlemen for “negative electricity” theoretically saved by consumers during times of peak demand.
It may not have been game, set, and match. But it seemed close.
‘Whether states are required by the U.S. Constitution to violate their own constitutions’
The EPA wrongly believed that mercury emissions were actually rising in North America.
Pro-labor advocates once again need to speak out about what’s becoming a common trend in DHS’s immigration policy direction.
The silenced majority
“What are the benefits of diversity are in that situation?”
Advocates of campus racial engineering are hiding their true motives
The U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston shot down the Puerto Rico Recovery Act in July.
‘There isn’t a moment that goes by that I don’t think about them’
‘Unions go hand-in-hand with a strong middle class’
‘Congress needs to reassert itself as the lawmaking branch’