Category: Federal Issues

The Real Crisis We All Should Be Talking About

Written by Peter Heck

Here’s the thing I can’t get over.

If those running our country had instructed Joe Biden to duck any debates with Donald Trump, an option that would have been utterly defended by both his base and the mainstream press (but I repeat myself) as justifiable – “debating a convicted felon only gives him a legitimacy he hasn’t earned” – then Biden would still be the nominee of the Democrat Party heading into November’s election.… Continue Reading

The Undemocratic Democrat Party

Written by Peter Serefine

The Democratic Party’s handling of its presidential primaries over the past three election cycles has raised significant concerns about the internal democracy of a party that prides itself on democratic principles. The cases of Bernie Sanders in 2016, Joe Biden in 2020, and Biden’s forced step aside in 2024 exemplify a pattern where the party’s leadership has moved against the will of its members, leading to accusations of undemocratic practices.

2016: The Sanders-Clinton Controversy

In 2016, Bernie Sanders mounted a formidable challenge against Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination.… Continue Reading

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley on Security Failures at Trump Rally

Written by David E. Smith

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) is publicly expressing his concerns about the security provided to former President Donald Trump and the multiple failures of the security detail at the Trump campaign rally in Butler, Pennsylvania, on July 13, 2024. According to information provided by whistleblowers to Hawley, the majority of security personnel at the event were not from the U.S. Secret Service, but rather from the Department of Homeland Security’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) team.… Continue Reading

Biden Plans to Support Sweeping Changes to the SCOTUS

Written by Jorge Gomez

President Joe Biden plans to propose sweeping changes to the U.S. Supreme Court, according to recent reports. This includes legislation to impose term limits for justices, which would have the most immediate impact on the longest-serving members of the court, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito. He is also expected to push for an enforceable code of ethics.

Due to recent decisions that haven’t gone his way, Biden is now joining the radical Left to attack the U.S.… Continue Reading

The Corrupt Revolving Door of Vaccine Bureaucrats is Worse Than You Think

Written by Daniel Horowitz

If you thought the torrent of studies and data showing the COVID shots caused catastrophic levels of excess death would make the Centers for Disease Control reconsider, think again. The CDC just recommended more shots for all age groups and will continue to do so for one simple reason: the money.

On June 27, the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices unanimously recommended both COVID and flu shots for children over six months old this fall.… Continue Reading

Biden’s Moral Deflections: Projections of a Liar in Chief

Written Dr. Everett Piper

The theory of “projection” was initially developed by Sigmund Freud in the late 19th century. It’s the argument that humans tend to deny their bad behavior and instead accuse others of doing the same thing. It’s also called ethical deflection. In layman’s terms, it’s the pot calling the kettle black.

The idea is that rather than admitting you’re wrong, you always find it easier to criticize other people for doing the same things you do.… Continue Reading

This Political Moment is No Laughing Matter

Written by Calvin Lindstrom

There have been a lot of laughs at President Joseph R. Biden’s expense since his disastrous debate with former President Trump on Thursday, June 28.

Democrats have been in a state of panic since then.

USA Today on June 30 reported the shocking results of a CBS/You Gov National Survey in which 72% of voters –  as well as nearly half of his party – said they do not believe Biden has the mental or cognitive capacity to serve as president.… Continue Reading

Biden, Democrats, and Landing a Plane

Written by David Curtin

What with the free-falling Biden fiasco and what’s going on at the national level with our presidential election, it’s pretty easy to lose sight of other important issues we should be talking about. But that’s what happening (temporarily) because something big did happen at the national level. It’s a watershed moment where we’re all paying attention, even as we enjoy our summer. No doubt the presidential election was already a “big” deal and obviously was getting bigger each day as we marched toward Nov.… Continue Reading

Students for Life Action Demands GOP Remain Pro-Life

Written by Alyssa Sonnenburg

Since the reversal of Roe v. Wade in June of 2022, the pro-life issue has become more important than ever before.

With the Republican National Convention coming up on July 15th in Milwaukee, Students for Life Action (SFLAction) understands this crucial moment and is demanding that the Republican Party (Grand Old Party, GOP) maintain its pro-life stance.

While the GOP has been dedicated to the pro-life cause for decades, there are some Republicans (Republicans In Name Only, RINOs) that stand as a hindrance to the pro-life mission.… Continue Reading

Pro-Life/Pro-Family/Parents Rights in GOP Platform

Written by Paul Caprio

It is our understanding that the RNC is considering a national platform without mentioning pro-life, pro-family, or parents’ rights issues. That would be a major mistake. Here is why:

Pro-Life Catholics and evangelical Christians make up the largest single GOP voting bloc. Many are low frequency GOP voters, if they vote at all. In 2016 and 2020, evangelical Christians voted for President Donald Trump at a rate of 75-78 percent, according to most post-election polls.… Continue Reading