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  • Pragmatism and the demise of statesmanship

    Pragmatism and the demise of statesmanship

    By Alan Keyes In a recently published article, I allude to the critical role of American statesmanship in crafting the “confederal international system established…after WWII.” I observe that it isstatesmanship that the political class spawned by America’s present corrupt political process no longer seems willing or able to provide. Readers […]

  • MIRSnews.com Monday

    MIRSnews.com Monday

    The Michigan Republican Party (MRP) could come out against the same ballot proposal its Governor, Rick Snyder, is actively supporting, MRP chair candidate Norm Hughes says. Hughes also talks about whether he supports Republican National Committeeman Dave Agema and if he voted for Snyder in the last election. Also, does […]

  • Behind the Koch Caricature

    Behind the Koch Caricature

    According to a report in the New York Times on Monday, Charles and David Koch are aiming to spend $889 million on the upcoming 2016 election cycle. The subsequent seismic activity noticed in the Nevada area was, reportedly, Harry Reid’s head exploding. Reid, of course, made the Koch brothers the […]

  • Legislatures Should Curb Judicial Supremacy Over Marriage

    Legislatures Should Curb Judicial Supremacy Over Marriage

    by Phyllis Schlafly January 21, 2015 It’s Roe v. Wade all over again, as the Supreme Court is poised to invent a new right to same-sex marriage found nowhere in the four corners of the Constitution. Fortunately, the Founders gave us checks and balances against this overreaching in power. The Framers […]

  • Fuzzy Math in Unemployment Statistics

    Fuzzy Math in Unemployment Statistics

    by Phyllis Schlafly January 14, 2015   Prospects are especially dismal for those who have been out of work for a half-year or more. A shocking 31.9 percent of the unemployed, about 2.8 million, have been out of work for 27 or more weeks, and that figure remained virtually unchanged […]

  • Politicians who break their Oath of Office

    Politicians who break their Oath of Office

    Politicians who break their Oath of Office or their Campaign promises need to get their heads handed to them in the next election. We need politicians that are statesmen AND who have the COURAGE to stand up to opposition from the other party, AND from the opposition from within their […]

  • Breaking: Grand Jury Recommends Charges Against PA Attorney General

    Breaking: Grand Jury Recommends Charges Against PA Attorney General

    A grand jury has recommended criminal charges against Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane. The grand jury found that she leaked secret grand jury information to a newspaper in an effort to smear political enemies. PJ Media has been covering Kane’s refusal to prosecute Pennsylvania Democrats who took bribes in order […]

  • The pathetic reality of the Republican Party

    The pathetic reality of the Republican Party

    Published: Thursday, October 30, 2014 http://chuckbaldwinlive.com/Articles/tabid/109/ID/1254/There-You-Go-Again.aspx   Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), was on a conference call this past Monday evening, which was sponsored by TheTeaParty.net and attended by hundreds of Tea Party activists. During the conference call, a Tea Party activist asked him about […]

  • Judge frees Missouri man sent to prison 13 years late

    (KMOV.com) – A judge on Monday freed a Missouri man who was forgotten about in the prison system. Cornealious “Mike” Anderson dabbed tears from his eyes as the judge announced his decision during a hearing that lasted just 10 minutes. Judge Terry Brown declared his 4,794 days free counted as […]

  • Agema Rescinds Weiser Endorsement: Supports Horning and Steele for U of M Regent

    Agema Rescinds Weiser Endorsement: Supports Horning and Steele for U of M Regent

    I am pleased to share this message from Dave Agema with voting delegates to the Michigan Republican State Convention on Saturday in Novi. (See Mr. Agema’s words below the photo of Horning and Steele in “quotes”.) “Dear Republican precinct delegate, This Saturday you and I will be exercising our responsibility […]

  • The Feast of St. Anne: For Our Grandmothers

    The Feast of St. Anne: For Our Grandmothers

    by James LaForest, Editor – French Canadian Cultural Alliance of the Great Lakes Wah-pe-seh-see, Mother of Kee-Mon-Saw, Kaskaskia “Little Chief”, 1830 by George Caitlin. A grandmother is a woman whose light shines in the hearts of her descendants, long after she is gone. In the best of all possible situations, […]

  • An Innocent Man Is On His Way To Prison

    An Innocent Man Is On His Way To Prison

    Our turn is next if we do nothing but look the other way Lt. Commander Walter Fiztpatrick has been falsely accused, tried, and convicted of “aggravated perjury” and “extortion” and is facing years of prison time. What on earth did he do? How could a man who served his country […]

  • Congressman Bentivolio Returns U.S. Chamber of Commerce Award

    Congressman Bentivolio Returns U.S. Chamber of Commerce Award

    WASHINGTON, DC — The US Chamber of Commerce, the largest Pro-Amnesty group in the country, awarded incumbent Congressman Kerry Bentivolio its Spirit of Enterprise Award earlier this Congress. Earlier today, Congressman Kerry Bentivolio rejected the award. “The US Chamber is in the pocket of Communist China and big companies seeking […]

  • D.C. Court Ruling Deals New Blow to Michigan Medicaid Expansion

    D.C. Court Ruling Deals New Blow to Michigan Medicaid Expansion

    ObamaCare and Michigan Medicaid Expansion was dealt a severe blow Tuesday as a federal appeals court panel ruled that government subsidies should be cut off for the majority of low- and middle-income residents currently receiving help with their insurance premiums under the program. In a 2-1 vote, a panel of […]

  • Disruptive Politics

    Disruptive Politics

    Rising populism is altering the identities of both parties—and scaring the heck out of the establishment. The Occupy and tea-party movements spring from the same source. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images, left; Mark Wilson/Getty Images, right) Back in the mid-1990s, Harvard professor Clayton Christensen coined the phrases “disruptive technology” and “disruptive innovation” […]

  • Detroit police chief gives credit to armed citizens for drop in crime

    Detroit police chief gives credit to armed citizens for drop in crime

    Craig (Daniel Mears / The Detroit News) Detroit— Fed up with crime, some armed Detroiters have developed itchy trigger-fingers — and Police Chief James Craig said lawbreakers are getting the message. In the latest incident, police say an 88-year-old who was beaten and robbed inside his east side home last […]

  • Sedenquist Resigns from MIGOP State Committee

    Sedenquist Resigns from MIGOP State Committee

    (L-R) Doug Sedenquist, Congressman Dan Benishek, Terry Saunders Dear Michigan Republican Party, Please accept this letter as my resignation from the MIGOP state committee. Recently, I was found guilty by a jury of my peers of a felony. So in light of the standards in the MIGOP bylaws, I feel […]

  • Why Jews Vote Democrat

    Why Jews Vote Democrat

    American Jews overwhelmingly tend to vote Democrat for one simple reason: they see the choice as being between 1) the Democrats and their belief in nothing versus 2) the Republicans and their beliefs based on their Christian faith and heritage. Given that choice, then, rather than side with people of […]

 

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