14th Amendment – by Fred Elbel

The 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution reads in part:

“All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside.”

Babies born to illegal alien mothers within U.S. borders are calledanchor babies because under the 1965 immigration Act, they act as an anchor that pulls the illegal alien mother and eventually a host of other relatives into permanent U.S. residency. (Jackpot babies is another term).   Continue reading “Original intent of the 14th Amendment”

The Last Refuge – by Sundance

Even the description is so gruesome to contemplate I’m putting the entire accompanying article below the fold.  And I strongly urge you to consider if you really want/need to know what goes on inside an abortion factory.

Here’s the video – BUT I would advise to strongly consider where you are when you view and/or listen to the content.   Continue reading “Beyond Horrific – Seventh Planned Parenthood Video Released – “Beating Hearts” During “Procurement”……”

The Last Refuge – by Sundance

When no-one was paying attention a road map was created to elect Jeb Bush – LEARN MORE HERE –  “Tripwires”:

♦ This is why the RNC/GOPe machine hid their changes to campaign finance inside the December 2014 Continuing Resolution (CROmnibus) budget bill when no-one was paying attention.   Continue reading “Defeating The GOPe Road Map – A Message to Donald Trump and Ted Cruz Supporters….”

Armstrong Economics – by Martin Armstrong

Whenever there is some political deal, it is NEVER what they present to the public with such magnanimous fanfare. There is always a hidden agenda. Here, Obama tells the American people this deal will prevent Iran from gaining nuclear weapons. Why the sudden change of heart? Surely, negotiations could have produced the same result five years ago. Ah – they will claim the sanctions worked. But is it suddenly the sanctions working or is there a darker inner truth? You have to clear the stench left behind by the lies.   Continue reading “Obama & Iran Deal – Behind the Curtain”

greekeuroArmstrong Economics – by Martin Armstrong

The Syriza government is backing down after the realization that Brussels will declare economic war on Greece by deliberately trying to plunge the country into total ruin, far worse than the sanctions imposed on Russia. This is a sad day for the entire world. It is a terrible example that the Troika is the new equivalent of a Roman Triumvirate – the death of democracy. Europeans will remember this day for it is when national sovereignty died.   Continue reading “Greece Surrenders its Sovereignty to Brussels”

Herbert Hoover<br>1932-33The American Presidency Project

On September 10, 1932 THE PRESIDENT said:

“On the 28th of July last I announced that I had directed the Department of Justice to exhaustively investigate and report in full upon the incidents of the so-called bonus riots of that day in Washington and to present the facts, through sworn witnesses, to the grand jury. I further stated that I should make the Attorney General’s report public when received by me.   Continue reading “Herbert Hoover: Statement on the Justice Department Investigation of the Bonus Army.”

Image Credit: GettyIJ Review – by Lilia Dashevsky, March, 2015

This Wednesday, the Arizona House of Representatives passed House Bill 2368, sponsored by Representative Bob Thorpe, R-Flagstaff. If signed into law, the bill would prohibit Arizona from funding any executive orders issued by President Obama.

According to the state legislature’s fact sheet, there are only two provisions to the bill:   Continue reading “If This Bill Becomes Law, Arizona Is About To Throw A Major Wrench Into President Obama’s Agenda.”

The Killing of AmericaTop Documentary Films

This timeless shockumentary (made in 1982 and restricted 18+) has never been released, distributed, televised nor made available for sale in the USA. America is the only industrialized nation with a higher murder rate than countries ravaged by civil wars, like Cambodia or Nicaragua. There is an attempted murder every 3 minutes and murder victim every 20 minutes. Japan, England and West Germany with a combined population equal to America have 6,000 murders a year and America has 27,000 a year.   Continue reading “The Killing of America”

The War You Don't SeeTop Documentary Films

A powerful and timely investigation into the media’s role in war, tracing the history of embedded and independent reporting from the carnage of World War One to the destruction of Hiroshima, and from the invasion of Vietnam to the current war in Afghanistan and disaster in Iraq.

As weapons and propaganda become even more sophisticated, the nature of war is developing into an electronic battlefield in which journalists play a key role, and civilians are the victims. But who is the real enemy?   Continue reading “The War You Don’t See”

Credit: Wikimedia CommonsReason – by Damon Root

In its 2008 decision in District of Columbia v. Heller, the U.S. Supreme Court not only struck down Washington, D.C.’s handgun ban, it also struck down D.C.’s requirement that all firearms kept at home be “unloaded and dissembled or bound by a trigger lock or similar device.” According to the majority opinion of Justice Antonin Scalia, the individual right secured by the Second Amendment voids such requirements because it protects the right of the people to keep a “lawful firearm in the home operable for the purpose of immediate self-defense.”   Continue reading “Supreme Court Weighs Review of San Francisco Gun Control Scheme”

FarageMashable – by Tim Chester

LONDON — Guess who’s back.

Nigel Farage, who resigned as head of the UKIP party on Friday, is back in the top job after his resignation was rejected by the party.

Farage made the original announcement after losing out on the South Thanet seat to the Conservatives’ Craig Mackinlay. He’d already promised to stand down within 10 minutes if he lost, and while his official resignation took a few minutes longer, it sounded pretty final.   Continue reading “Nigel Farage is back at the helm for UKIP after resignation ‘rejected’”

Movieo-tArmstrong Economics – by Martin Armstrong

People from more than 44 countries have been watching the VOD screening of the FORECASTER. To show it, the producers had to get permission from the distributors because rights are sold to theaters and TV. The film is block in many countries in Europe right now, but the distributors agreed to allow the VOD screening to be extended for one week because of the huge demand and many people want to watch it more than once to take in all the facts.   Continue reading “VOD Screening Extended for One Week”

https://i0.wp.com/thestand.liberty.me/wp-content/uploads/sites/1155/2015/04/runningtoresponsive.jpeg?resize=208%2C139The Stand – by Michael Esch

Recently, Congressman Thomas Massie came to speak at the University of Cincinnati. He was the keynote speaker for the Young American for Liberty’s Ohio State conference. Massie gave an eye opening speech on how the House of Representatives works. One of his most revealing stories centered around his 500-yard run that he frequently makes from his office to the House floor.

For those that are not aware, Congress passes a lot of bills! In the 112th Congress, there were 561 bills that passed in one year. If we do some basic math, Congress is in session for 132 days and in that time they pass 561 bills, meaning they are passing roughly 4 bills a day. An example of one of these bills is the 600-page Highway Flood Student Loan bill that was given to the Senate the day of the vote. On top of that the bill had 23 additional amendments.   Continue reading “Congressman Massie’s 500-Yard Run That is Driving Congress Crazy”