Return of Jeb: Another Bush Seeking Presidency

After the Republican Party elite establishment used the Tea Party organization of Americans wanting a constitutional republic in order to get votes and when their poster-boy establishment pick did not win (he lost because he cannot debate or stand up to the fire) – that same establishment threw the Tea Party under the bus and blamed them for losing the election.

Now the third of the Bush clan is looking to run for president in 2016, his campaign agenda focusing upon defeating “It takes a village” Hillary Rodham Clinton, who threw Ambassador Stevens and company under the boss costing their lives.

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Hillary Clinton Candidate for 2016? You’ve Got To Be Kidding

hillary_wickedwitchofamericaWhen it comes to coverup and denials, Hillary Clinton is a pro. It began with the Whitewater Scandal, which Wikipedia has entitled “controversy” in the posting. She backed her husband’s lies in the scandal that led to impeachment proceedings that ended up a failure. Still today, she blames Monica Lewinsky for that big scandal instead of her sexual predator husband when this month she declared that Lewinsky is a narcissistic loony toon.

Hillary has preached about feminism and women’s rights, and joined progressives in the false allegations that the Republicans have an anti-women policy. So many times this female politician has been called for testimony and her vicious nature revealed with her “What does it matter?” remark. Her hypocrisy and lies have been recorded countless times, but to the liberal-progressive socialist, she is an example of the ultimate feminist.

It is conceived that she has 47 bodies in her political wake (along with husband) and a former Secret Service agent wrote how vicious and unfeeling the socialist troll could be. That count does not include those killed at Benghazi under her leadership as Secretary of State.

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Thomas Sowell and His Random Thinking Makes More Sense Than Contemplaters of Progressive Thought

ConstitutionParty-1Thomas Sowell wrote in one of my favorite styles in his article, the style of Random Thoughts on a passing scene, February 11th 2014 – here is some highlights of that recent article:

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  • I am so old that I can remember when sex was private. “Don’t ask, Don’t tell” applied to everybody.
  • It is fascinating to see academics full of indignation over the “exploitation” of low-wage workers by multinational corporations in Third World countries, when it is common on their own academic campuses to have young men get paid nothing at all for risking their health, and sometimes their lives, playing football that brings in millions of dollars to the college and often get coaches paid higher salaries than the president of the college or university.

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State of Our Union: No Sunlight Appearing Amongst the Clouds

The Constitution of the United States is an awesome piece of work. However, it is a shame they did not include term limits for the legislative branch of government, like an amendment has done for the office of the President of the United States. But in serving two terms, even that limited term can be dangerous, as the person occupying the White House has demonstrated during his time in Washington. A lot of damage can be done in eight years, and much damage had been done before the first year ended in the Obama administration.

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Police Shoot Wrong Man and Obamacare Still Not Dead in Water

When criminals injure and kill people with firearms, immediately there is an outcry of “gun control” or firearm bans, et cetera – mostly from mainstream political-corporate media and their political counterparts in government.

But what happens when law enforcement officers go to the wrong address and an innocent man is killed? Is there a demand for firearm confiscation, reduction of Second Amendment rights?

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Info Highway: News Snippets – July 18th 2013

  • hand_point2  The Newton Sandy Hook Foundation was set up to oversee donations received $11.4 million in donations for the families of 20 children and six adults killed in the mass shooting that rocked the nation and was a political tool to advance efforts against the Second Amendment. Twelve children’s families who survived the attack were also to receive a portion at the amount of $20,000 each with two teachers injured to split $150,000. Families of the 26 killed will receive $281,000. The funds were raised by United Way charity [United Nations affiliated]. To demonstrate how “foundations” work, the foundation board kept $3.7 million of the funds for a “long-term community fund” instead of dividing up the entire amount and closing the fund. According to AP, Kenneth Feinberg, who oversaw the compensation for victims of the September 11, 2001 attack, the theater shootings in Aurora, Colorado, and the Boston Marathon Bombing stated:

You really have to ask the foundation board why it decided not to distribute all the donated funds to the families.

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Sarah Palin and Jim Brandenstine: 21st Century Patriots

Sarah-Palin-FoxSenator John McCain was among the 14 Republicans [voters should not reelect any of them] who backed the immigration bill in the Senate, which is not faring well [thank goodness] “as written” in the House. Senator McCain is from Arizona, which is one of the states hit most hard in the Mexican invasion across a border our government cannot [will not] secure, the same government whose military has secured the border [DMZ] between North and South Korea for well over 50 years. Sarah Palin has called him and other GOP RINOs to the carpet.

Sarah Palin was the vice presidential running mate in 2008 with Senator McCain. She was more qualified to be the presidential candidate, despite her newness to the Babylon atmosphere of Washington, DC. She is a favorite speaker and travels about all over the country. She is a sassy out-spoken person who, like when she became governor of Alaska, is not afraid to speak out against Republicans who do not tow the constitutional line.

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