Here’s another Republican that hates the Constitution and especially the 10th Amendment – Scott Pruitt, AG of Oklahoma. He’s suing the state of Colorado for legalizing marijuana in defiance of federal “law” He’s joined by another constitutional crook, Republican Jon Bruning, AG of Nebraska. These people are a HUGE part of the problem we face today. They…Details
In 6 years, people will be clamoring to vote for Democrats because they’re sick and tired of the horrible Republicans. Then, in another 6 years, they’ll be clamoring to vote for Republicans, because they’re sick and tired of the horrible Democrats.
The establishment politicos and pundits are out in full force talking about this “critically important” November election coming up. But does it really make a difference who wins?
Not if you discount the talking heads and take actual history into account.Details
A viral video featuring adorable toddlers arguing about the weather perfectly illustrated politics in America.Details
“If George W. Bush were launching wars with Congress out of town, the White House lawn would be flooded with protesters.”
-Longtime progressive activist, David Swanson
This speaks volumes of two things:
1. The anti-war left was overwhelmingly filled with hypocrites, only opposed to a politician and not war.
2. For all the vitriol the pro-constitution right throws at Obama for unilateral actions (or lack thereof) they are just as hypocritical when it comes to war.
I’m not sure how much I can rely on a Facebook post to gauge of public opinion, but if it provides any indication at all, an editorial cartoon I posted last week reveals Americans have about had it with the Republican – Democrat paradigm.Details
Many commentators have remarked about the tremendous partisanship within today’s political climate, bemoaning the so-called gridlock occurring in Washington D.C. However, they fail to mention that this type of blind partisanship is necessarily part of the two-party system. It is not a recent phenomenon either. The Founders warned us of its dangers.Details
“In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot.” – Mark Twain
This legendary Mark Twain quote is beginning to come to fruition within modern-day American political culture. It seems that every Republican politician under the sun, at least while Obama is in the White House, is talking like Benjamin Franklin’s heir apparent. The most recent example of this comes from Texas Governor Rick Perry. More and more, he is sounding like a freedom advocate.Details