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  • Louisiana not inclined to join 'SEC' presidential primary day in 2016

    12/23/2014 12:12:54 PM PST · 8 of 9
    Monorprise to Reaganez

    Probably so, but the size of the other SEC states will make them more than large enough.

  • Louisiana not inclined to join 'SEC' presidential primary day in 2016

    12/23/2014 12:11:21 PM PST · 7 of 9
    Monorprise to Mozilla

    Doesn’t really make a difference.

  • Dixie rising How the Deep South is trying to game the GOP primary.

    12/23/2014 11:53:18 AM PST · 19 of 29
    Monorprise to Mozilla

    The South is rising again. :)

  • North Korea goes completely offline: Report

    12/22/2014 6:48:05 PM PST · 156 of 216
    Monorprise to The KG9 Kid

    North Korea doesn’t have the capacity to carry out such a basic kind of attack on the scale required to take the US out. I’m not sure anyone does as the US is the internet backbone of the world, taking us out would likely take out much of the world.

    An attack on the US is more likely to be against power grids and personal information like what already is happening with Sony and other companies on a on going scale mostly by china and Russia.

  • Time: Right-Wing Militias Are The Real Threat To Cops

    12/22/2014 6:02:36 AM PST · 23 of 51
    Monorprise to Zakeet

    lol Libtard projections. I haven’t heard of any right winngers even harassing cops much less killing them in cold blood as leftards now openly advocate doing.

    right wingers are horrified by such. Indeed the only time right wing ‘expreamist’ get into a conferation with police officers is strangely enough when the police go to their land and try to drag them off while they are doing nothing to anyone else.

    That tends to get on the nerve of right wring extremist who just happen to see the government as Thomas Jefferson did, a necessary evil who’s laws are legitimate only when interceding against acts injurious to others.

    Ruby Ridge for example was about a sawed off shotgun and the fact that the Federal Government never bothers to insure that their letters even reached the man before they started killing off his family. So pissed off at the injustice the local police refused to help and his state Idaho ended up filing murder charges against the Federal agents that killed the mans family.

    Ruby Ridge was an unjustifiable murder of an unarmed women and her children in their own home because federal agents couldn’t be bothered to do their job fairly. Even congress was disgusted by the miscarriage of justice and held hearings and reprimands on the matter. The truth is Washington should have left the matter to the local law enforcement who obviously knew a lot more about what was going on than they did. The man they were after had never demonstrated himself a threat to anyone, he was if anything only guilty of a bottomless crime. The subject of a distant nanny state and for that Federal agents layed sedge to his house out in the middle of nowhere and murdered his family.

  • Establishment revenge? Jeb Bush, Romney lead GOP field for ’16

    12/16/2014 10:13:01 PM PST · 74 of 87
    Monorprise to highball

    “If these clowns are the best we can do, then we’ll get clobbered by Hillary in 2016. And we’ll deserve it.”

    If theses clowns are all they offer, we would be better off with Hillary than a more competent administrator of tyranny to fully consolidate the Federal leviathans hold on power.

    It is better to plunge towards revolution at this point than to build up and secure a better hold on the present tyranny that Mitt and Bush Offer. And So i could not vote for or support eyther of them. The Romibust proved beyond the shadow of a doupt the debts of the corruption of the so called “moderate GOP”.

    Theses people would only make us slaves in a more competently managed way. We would be FAR better off with an enemy that is open and less competed, and therefore more easy resisted. That would better enable us to at least rely upon our other state level revolutions to save us.

  • Establishment revenge? Jeb Bush, Romney lead GOP field for ’16

    12/16/2014 10:05:34 PM PST · 73 of 87
    Monorprise to SeekAndFind

    Not interested in supporting a RINO. Half measures will at best only prolong our suffering while giving time to the forces of tyranny to consolidated their hold.

    This country is fucked with out someone willing to strip Washington of its lawless authority. That is not and never will be Bush or Mitt, and so i am convinced we would be better off with a Socialist democrat that will at least unite us in revolution against her.

  • Obamacare adds 450,000 Ohioans to Medicaid rolls

    12/16/2014 9:38:33 PM PST · 21 of 24
    Monorprise to Crusher138

    Good luck finding a good doctor in the years to come that’s going to get harder and harder for most of us under Obamacare Particularly those on Medicare who are effectively begging to make costs. Well beggers cant be choosers, and its not really anything to bank on.

    I really am sorry about your business situation, Its a real shame the health insurance industry both private and public(medicare/Medicaid) Have destroyed the health insurance market so badly over the last 5 decades by removing price competition and installing infexable price controls. Otherwise you would still have health care options that you could pay for out of your pocket. Just like you have options in every Free and competitive industry.

  • Obamacare adds 450,000 Ohioans to Medicaid rolls

    12/16/2014 9:29:37 PM PST · 20 of 24
    Monorprise to stephenjohnbanker

    Anther John probably figures he will be out of office by the time the deasterous bill comes due.

    There is no way Ohio can afford this, and with Washington in 18 trillion in debt already its really just a handful of years before she cant pay the interest on the debt to pay for this either. This country will be defenseless in an evermore dangerous post-Obama world. So rust belt Ohioan will be pritty much screwed as far as economic recovery as instidual center china dictates policy.

    Im sure when All Ohioans are forced to learn Spanish or Chinese nobody will really care about the unsustainable domestic spending that sent them there.

  • Could Compact For America's Constitutional Amendment Stop The Federal Juggernaut?

    12/16/2014 5:31:26 PM PST · 25 of 53
    Monorprise to txnativegop

    Would you prefer congress? Because that is the only other legal option beyond doing nothing and tolerating the ongoing Federal Constitutional convention by way of the Federal Employees in black-robes who have already rendered the Federal Constitution all but meaningless.

    That really brings us down to the heart of the matter, until Washington loses the ability to rewrite/ignore its own limits thou its hand picked employees all of this is little more than a bandaid.

    The basic problem is Washington is no longer bound to any kind of Constitution at all in effect. This is the result of the loss of the 17th amendment and the successful suppression of State nullification efforts followed by a century of progressively more arrogant Federal Courts in combination with a progressively more iqnorant population.

    The result is what we have been seeing more and more of, Washington is without practical limits and thus the Federal Constitution is moot.

    Without further corrections to restore some mechanism upon which Washington may be contenuely compelled by an outside self-interested party to observe its bounds domestically. There will be no domestic limits, and as a result ultimately no free republican form of government which democratically depends upon politicians not having full control over the population that elects them.

  • Over 1,000 Gun Owners Violate Washington’s I-594 - In Front Of Police!

    12/15/2014 4:14:25 PM PST · 74 of 78
    Monorprise to Kaslin

    Courage in the face of tyranny. We can only hope to see more of this among our people.

  • American in North Korea denounces U.S., seeks Venezuela asylum: media

    12/14/2014 7:19:35 PM PST · 34 of 35
    Monorprise to Telepathic Intruder

    Seriously why is this even an article? If he wants to live in either country we aint got nothing to say about it either way.

    The only real question is wether or not he is saying theses things of his own free will or was kidnapped by the North Korean state and forced to say theses things as so often happens in that country.

  • American in North Korea denounces U.S., seeks Venezuela asylum: media

    12/14/2014 7:19:33 PM PST · 33 of 35
    Monorprise to Telepathic Intruder

    Seriously why is this even an article? If he wants to live in either country we aint got nothing to say about it either way.

    The only real question is wether or not he is saying theses things of his own free will or was kidnapped by the North Korean state and forced to say theses things as so often happens in that country.

  • American in North Korea denounces U.S., seeks Venezuela asylum: media

    12/14/2014 7:16:52 PM PST · 32 of 35
    Monorprise to doug from upland

    Maybe he actually thought North Korean was a decent place before seeking in there only to be rudely awaken, so now he wanted to try Venezuela to see if thats any better.

    In any event why do we care? If he wants to live in either of those countries why would we lift a finger to stop him.

    My only concern is that he may have been kidnapped by the North Korean regime and forced to say this. Once its been established that he really is a loon acting in good faith thats when we stop caring.

  • Steyn: Emasculated and Enkindled

    12/14/2014 7:05:26 PM PST · 19 of 20
    Monorprise to longtermmemmory

    Most rape claims have always been false.

    This is not to say that there are not legitimate rapes, its just that a lot of women see rape accusations as a way to get revenge against a man, while uplifting and absolving herself for her own deeds.

  • Republicans say GOP needs 80 Democrats to pass the bill - source Jim Moran (CSPAN)

    12/14/2014 6:52:16 PM PST · 144 of 144
    Monorprise to Viennacon

    John needs to go, should republicans vote to retain them its will be time to start a 3rd party. As the Corrupt Republican party in Washington will have demonstrate itself utterly in contempt for its base.

  • Cruz: Let’s not play Santa to K Street

    12/14/2014 5:30:18 PM PST · 36 of 36
    Monorprise to SoConPubbie

    I think we should remind theses loontic Rinos claiming to be our champans every day how they just gave away all their power for nothing. How we can never trust them as even competent leaders much-less faithful ones.

  • Senate approves $1.1 trillion spending bill

    12/14/2014 7:45:21 AM PST · 148 of 190
    Monorprise to chris37

    constitutional convention to destroy Washington is the path forward now it looks like.
    We must uses the political green and envy of our state legislators to tear down their corrupt Federal counterparts.

  • Nevada Set for Universal Background Check Initiative

    12/14/2014 7:15:05 AM PST · 8 of 8
    Monorprise to ThunderSleeps

    One does not commit a crime with a gun you lawfully own unless it is a crime of passion. Against which no background check will ever prevent a thing.

  • Lima climate summit extended as poor countries demand more from rich

    12/14/2014 7:04:33 AM PST · 16 of 16
    Monorprise to Oldeconomybuyer

    what ever happened to make your own. If these country’s had a lick of industriousness and respect for business and property rights over the generations they wouldn’t be poor, and no amount of handouts from the west will ever change that which they wont change themselves.

    You cant make anyone wealthy or successful by giving them money

  • Boehner Kills FOIA Reform Already Passed Unanimously

    12/14/2014 6:51:57 AM PST · 79 of 97
    Monorprise to GeronL

    Its time to start holding our congressmen accountable for voting for that corrupt fool.

    We need a new group defined by our opposition to corrupt politicians like John, and any fool that votes for them. Better to loses a RINO majority than continue under theses pointlessly corrupt terms.

  • Why a return to federalism must include repeal of the 17th Amendment

    12/13/2014 3:59:41 PM PST · 37 of 86
    Monorprise to SuperLuminal

    After the 17th id rank the 14th as the most destructive, although the 14th really is in a league of its own as a source of boundless federal abuses from the bench none of which were intended of course but the 14th seems to be the Federal Employees Favorite Wipping boy nonetheless which is the only reason #14 ranks below that of the 17th is the fact that it was abused.

  • Why a return to federalism must include repeal of the 17th Amendment

    12/13/2014 3:52:58 PM PST · 36 of 86
    Monorprise to Arthur McGowan

    “Why compromise with a compromise?”

    I agree we should be sneaky and turn the senate into a body of ambassadors with direct recall by mere majority legislative vote.

    Call it ‘democracy’ to our leftist educated population and sell it like any other kind of recall.

  • Why a return to federalism must include repeal of the 17th Amendment

    12/13/2014 3:47:31 PM PST · 35 of 86
    Monorprise to SleeperCatcher

    I agree with the need to repeal the 17th amendment, but political reality must be observed and there are other solutions to have the same effect which may be more politically expedient such as state legislative recall to turn senators into ambassadors again.

  • Rush: Cromnibus Designed to 'Eliminate the Tea Party'

    12/13/2014 7:23:21 AM PST · 173 of 180
    Monorprise to what's up

    I think McCain-Feingold is unconstitutional but i don’t see how it helps anyone but democrats to keep the government funded for a whole year. it simply nuters the congress we just elected. Robing us of the power we just voted for.

  • Federal judge: No gay marriage in Texas, for now

    12/13/2014 5:06:30 AM PST · 18 of 20
    Monorprise to fwdude

    I still think we should drag U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia down to mexico and turn him over to the corrupt drug lords from which he came. Let them torcher and shot the dishonest bastard.

    Equal protection of ‘the law’ is application not content of law. To even claim otherwise is to suppose that Federal injustices get to rewrite any law as they whim on the mere fact that all laws inheirty distinguish one set of people from anther by action, property, status, time, origins, heritage or any number of other factors Legislators deem significant. This is the very nature of law.

    Thus any demand that should empower a Washington beurcrat in a black robe to overrule any laws content rather than application must therefore claim its power over rather than under the law. A domain of power for which there is no nor could there ever be a limit.

    More than that the supposed meaning of the limitation against laws that recognized or treat parties different underminds the very plausibility of law as there could be no law that does not preform this broadly defined task.

    The practical effect of any such edit is that federal employees have declared themselves supreme over all law, as abrtary dictators in effect.

  • It’s time for John Boehner to go

    12/13/2014 4:48:46 AM PST · 55 of 72
    Monorprise to ZULU

    both of them seem not only impudent but rather openly corrupted. They represent nether the people of their district nor the people of their party in their actions but what ever common Washington Power that also controls the DNC.

  • Lacking Sufficient Support, House GOP Leaders Delay ‘Cromnibus’ Vote

    12/11/2014 2:49:16 PM PST · 75 of 92
    Monorprise to molson209

    So Obama is behind the current bill No wonder its loaded with stuff designed to make Conservatives feel betrayed

  • Boehner defends $1 trillion spending bill as 'bipartisan' as GOP, Dems attack it

    12/10/2014 5:18:27 PM PST · 20 of 38
    Monorprise to VRWC For Truth

    Meet the new boss same as the old boss. One starts to wonder if the Republican and democratic leaders all operate operate under the same leadership

  • Boehner defends $1 trillion spending bill as 'bipartisan' as GOP, Dems attack it

    12/10/2014 5:15:17 PM PST · 19 of 38
    Monorprise to Laissez-faire capitalist

    What on earth could so called “conservitives” spend a trillion dollars on

  • Seven More States Join Suit Against Obama's Amnesty Bringing Total To 24

    12/10/2014 5:08:29 PM PST · 21 of 33
    Monorprise to Kaslin

    Washington needs to pay for the state cost of their failure.

    It is not fair to the border states to be forced to absorb so many foreign nationals.

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/10/2014 2:46:50 PM PST · 206 of 210
    Monorprise to Elsie

    “Which ones?

    The originals; or the constantly shrinking ones they have now?”

    The current reservations which will no longer shrink except by their own actions when they have title again.

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/10/2014 2:42:46 PM PST · 205 of 210
    Monorprise to Elsie

    Why should Washington be the one screwing them when their own ‘leaders’ can do it closer to home!”

    Sarcasm aside, at lease they would have their own leaders as entirely and unambiguously responsible for their tribal situation.(they really are now in most cases)


    12/07/2014 12:29:50 PM PST · 38 of 66
    Monorprise to Texan5

    “The chickens have come home to roost in this rural area already-there are almost as many kids homeschooled and in one of the small cottage and private schools as in the public school system, so people are demanding that the tax faucet be turned off-which, of course will curtail fed matching funds.”

    The problem with homeschooling is our culture is already having trouble with boys and girls learning to live and work together. You isolate them further at home and the problem of demographic decline may become exasperated. So something such as strong and regular church attendance must be used as a substitute.

    Still in reference to how the money is spent, its important that we turn this fight towards vouchers that even homeschooling can reclaim their money for after say a GED test, the parents who picked up the schooling costs should get a huge check, paying back all the school taxes they payed into the system over the years.


    12/07/2014 11:04:36 AM PST · 24 of 66
    Monorprise to Texan5

    “I agree completely with Levin that the power of the fed must be taken back to what it was intended to be in the first place-but the chain the fed has on the states was forged gradually with federal/taxpayer money over many decades.

    I may be wrong with this-but I think unless the states start saying “no” to those funds, even incrementally, they will continue to be controlled with the threat of those funds being taken away-the Common Core crap is a fine example of that-so is Obamacare-you’d think the sky is falling the minute those funds are threatened. Some states have said “no thanks” to some fed funds, but unless more do so, the fed will still have the whip, no matter what else is done...”

    I think your right, only the most staward of our States will have the will to turn down such vast sums of their state’s own Tax payers resources(taken by Washington), and only in situations in which the costs out weight what is given.

    The State department of education is a great example, in that one could argue in many states the primary reason for the State department of education is to manage a variety of Federal Funding grants which themselves only exist because some politician in Washington wants to claim he funded education to a constitutional that either doesnt know or doesn’t care that Education is none of Washington’s business.

    I think there are however three ways we can attack this problem.

    1: By legalizing lying so taht in effect States can tell Washington every lie they want so that Washington will judge them all equal no matter how they spend Federal tax dollars.
    2: By legalizing the unequal footing Washington Puts State in who either can’t or won’t comply with unauthorized expenditures in theses areas.
    In effect have the Federal injustice system or the present simply send them teh same amount of money no matter what.
    3: Ending all Federal transfers to all states for theses programs all together. Ask the States to raise their own taxes for their own education or if they choose do with less.

    I think Options 1 and 2 are the most likely and given Obamas new dictatorial powers they can be done as soon as a Republican president takes office, thus effectively eliminating the Federal department of education as a regulatory body. (in the long run the state departments too for many states)

    Key to victory in this area however is still teaching our children the nature of Federalism so that they lose respect for Federal politicians who promuse to add more strings. This can and must be done by our State and local legislators mandating these classes. This is why our controlling the state legislator is most critical. Not only to controlling Washington but our future as well.


    12/07/2014 10:41:41 AM PST · 20 of 66
    Monorprise to nicmarlo

    In expanding upon that point and the question of whether or not they would respect the outcome or even call to any convention. We should be laying the groundwork for a cultural and political revolution to overthrown them should they not.

    Ignoring the new Amendments coming out of a Constitutional convention would be a clear sign of their tretruy which is why they would be unlikely to do so at first.

    Instead their army of litigators and political corruption will seek to rewrite our law into their laws over time in the same mamner and capacity have already done with our constitution over the last 80 years.

    The only way to curtail this effort is to install practical checks upon their power with inheirt intrest derived from the power of our States.

    The United States Senate uses to serve this capacity indirectly with some limited success back when they were appointed by legislators as originally designed. Short of restoring that limited but oringal check we could simply invent a new one.

    I think the suggestion of 3/5th of our State lelgsdators acting on anything with in a period of two years is a bit nutty given the nature of State legislators. A decade may be a more realistic expectation, two decades reasonable.

    State legislators like congress are by intentional design of our founders easily deadlocked. They must as a result be given ample time and elections to resolve matters of high importance such as law. Leaving smaller day to day tasks to the excursive.


    12/07/2014 10:10:17 AM PST · 12 of 66
    Monorprise to nicmarlo

    Unless something is done to return state level checks on the lawless actively of the Federal court, I do believe our amendments will eventuayl fall on deaf ears.

    I think at first they will be observed but the Federal employees in black robes will slowly write them out of existence, as they have almost all other checks on their Federal power


    12/07/2014 10:05:20 AM PST · 11 of 66
    Monorprise to Jim Robinson

    I think we should got to convention while Republican control most of the State legislators.

    We should propose the amendments mark talks about. and any others looking to turn our states back into THE center of Domestic policies.

    When people have the right to vote with their feet they have the power to reinforce and protect the natural rights of the individual for it is an individual not a group that votes with their feet.

    It is the man who works hard and merts what he earns that takes himself and his enterprise to lands where he may be free to enjoy the fruits of his own labor.

    It i thou competition among states that their Governments are forced to reform and remain sane as Rustbelt/industrial and New England states have learned time and time again over the centuries.

    Socialist collectivism only survives where there is a monopoly on policy, where freedom is nowhere found and even there its captive society suffers and dwindles under centrality imposed bad policy and suppression of every kind.

    The Oppressive walls of theses Collectives of the 2nd world dammed only are known in the contrast with the free world. This is why they typically not only close themselves off from the rest of the world, but internally rewrite and suppress the history of their own formerly more free people so that their people cannot even see the freer world of the past.

    In the long run competition between states and maintaining that separation is the key to holding in check destructive collectivism in all its evil forms.

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/07/2014 9:40:49 AM PST · 165 of 210
    Monorprise to 3boysdad

    “The reason the Fed controls western lands is because it purchased it before they were states, i.e. expansion. It’s a bit of a paradox when you think about it, however, I belive that ultimately states rights should prevail under the constitution after the formation of statehood. Additionally along those lines the Fed does not have authority to grab lands from states and make them “national” parks (a la captain progressive Teddy). There should only be state parks.”

    I agree, however when they became States the Feds Pleged to sell all the land. This became an issue when Feds started taking land off the market for the aforementioned parks and finaly all of it off the market all together in the 1970’s.

    If they put the land back on the market instead of hording it for all eternity then there would not be an issue here.
    I agree with you on State parks thou. Washington should perhaps never have gotten into the business of running its own parks. The Constitution Gives Congress the ability to take land with the consent of States for Forts arcnels and other military bases. This is a far different thing for a far diffrent propose than what they down do in hording the lands of the west over which they never obtained Sovereign consent & cession for such uses.

    Legally speaking Washington Simply owns the title, but Washington’s corrupt self-serving Injustice system have expanded that title authority into full blown sovereign authority not only over the land but all its neighbors. This is the real reason westerns are justifiably ticked off.

    Washington is becoming increasing aggressive and abusive with their power grabs threatening the livelihood and freedom of the people of the area. The western states are rationally coming to the conclusion that Washington has become too much of a bully and increasingly bad neighbor to keep around.

    Again if Washington would simply sell the land as they had originally promised, this wouldn’t be an intolerable problem. But the Economic future and livelihood of the western states are now increasingly in jeperity by Washington’s ever more boligerate land management additudes.

    Last year corruption in Washington led to an armed invasion of Nevada, instead of a simple arrest, whats going to happen this year or in two decades from now?

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/07/2014 9:24:16 AM PST · 164 of 210
    Monorprise to Sherman Logan

    Washington should offload the land grant dispute issues to their respective state land departments.

    That said that issue is entirely separate from control of the remaining lands actually in federal title.

    As for Indian lands, Indian are fully capable of owning and managing their own lands in legal title as they already do in practice. The interior department should start throwing off this racist notion that they have to “hold in trust” the native american lands, and start direct transfers of that title.

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/07/2014 9:15:14 AM PST · 163 of 210
    Monorprise to itsahoot

    “Judicial Review of Indian Treaty Abrogation: As Long as Water Flows, or Grass Grows upon the Earth—How long a Time is That?”

    Utahs lands turn into a desert due to change in rainfall or the building of a dam to stop the river.

    Indian lands however have nothing to do with the subject at hand.
    If the Indians truly owned those lands they would not and should not need Washington holding their title. That act in itself is a kind of racist bigotry against the Indian nations capability to own land.

    Give the Indians back their Reservation lands.

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/06/2014 3:21:31 PM PST · 145 of 210
    Monorprise to LUV W

    There is a very good reason after nearly a 100 years Texas is still top of the US oil industry. Texas always owned most of its own land and thus oil drilling is largely uninhibited.

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/06/2014 1:10:00 PM PST · 125 of 210
    Monorprise to LUV W

    There is very little federal Land in Texas

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/06/2014 1:05:23 PM PST · 123 of 210
    Monorprise to Sherman Logan

    I don’t really care who owns it as long as its not Washington. Washington EPA uses this land as a dagger to impose its “Special” policies on the neighbors and that needs to end. Give the land to the State or local government if nobody will buy it. We need to get Washington DC out of this Business.

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/06/2014 9:27:25 AM PST · 68 of 210
    Monorprise to Sherman Logan

    Its rather simple, Their vote is probably 80 times more effective in its control over the state than it is over Washington.

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/06/2014 9:25:42 AM PST · 67 of 210
    Monorprise to Sacajaweau

    Federal ownership of Indian lands were not authorized or intended.

    This was done because Washington didn’t believe it could sell the lands to the Native Americans who owed it.

    We should to allow the Native American tribes to take full ownership of their own lands. If they still want to claim communal ownership they can create their own cooperation or Government body to take ownership. It is not necessary for Washington to hold formal title over their lands.

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/06/2014 9:01:36 AM PST · 54 of 210
    Monorprise to Sherman Logan

    the epa uses the legal title to the land as a means to impose thier rules upon the people of the area.

    that is why we want washington out.

  • Utah to seize its land back from the federal government

    12/06/2014 8:54:57 AM PST · 49 of 210
    Monorprise to HomerBohn

    if the house and senate republicans do anything this year they must support this move.

    Without the federal lands in the west Washington loses much of her imperal control over the people there.

  • Florida Joins Texas-Led Lawsuit Against Obama's Executive Amnesty

    12/06/2014 5:28:45 AM PST · 15 of 16
    Monorprise to EagleUSA

    I was wondering when they were gong to demand Washington demand pay them for the lawless burden placed upon them.

  • GOP congressman scolded for being 'played' by Boehner

    12/05/2014 6:37:28 PM PST · 22 of 22
    Monorprise to Whenifhow

    Say goodbye base, maybe its time to form our own party.