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Study: States Are Better At Disaster Relief Than Feckless FEMA

The Federal Emergency Management Agency: Floods, Failures, And Federalism

” The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is the lead federal agency for disaster preparedness, response, and relief.

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The Great American Divide: Conservative and Progressive Interpretations of the U.S. Constitution

So why is it that Conservatives and Progressives seem to not be able to come together in Congress?   Why the “Great Divide” as to how to approach issues such as the Keystone Pipeline, Obamacare, and unions?   822 more words

Immigration executive order-all smoke and mirrors

The Patriot Post
Immigration Executive Order — All Smoke and Mirrors
The Demos’ REAL “Immigration Reform” Strategy
By Mark Alexander

Nov. 19, 2014

“The bosom of America is open to receive not only the Opulent and respectable Stranger, but the oppressed and persecuted of all Nations and Religions; whom we shall welcome to a participation of all our rights and privileges, if by decency and propriety of conduct they appear to merit the enjoyment.” –George Washington1 (1783) 2,259 more words


Please Don't Feed The Bears

The Americans are on the verge of a race war. This is my surprised face. After years of catering, prostrating, and begging, not to mention political correctness, bending over backwards, and out and out stupidity by the Americans, they are about to reap their reward. 735 more words



“After two more states and the District of Columbia nullified the marijuana prohibition regimes of the United Nations and the federal government, the UN blasted the move as not being “compatible” with what the dictator-dominated organization likes to describe as “international law.” 21 more words

Liars Vs Truthers

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If Liberty Was the Object, Why Did They Give Us Centralism?

by Al Benson Jr.

The issue seemed clearer to some (but not all) in 1787. When the Constitution was presented for ratification in Virginia the issues were much better understood than they are today. 946 more words