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With us or against us

Barton Swaim, a former Republican speechwriter, wrote what he believes is the “perfect Republican Stump Speech” – a distillation of the talking points supposedly winning out in the Republican presidential primary presented to maximum gain and minimal risk. 1,398 more words


Chris Hedges, Ralph Nader | Days of Revolt: The Death of Electoral Politics

Chris Hedges and Ralph Nader analyze Bernie Sanders’ campaign and the role of the two-party system in shutting out third parties in this episode of… 332 more words



I was listening to the Townhall Review this morning and a light bulb went off. The last segment of the show features a clip from Dennis Prager… 264 more words


USA presidential election 2016 - part 1: how does it work?

As you might know, either because you’ve heard about it, you saw something about it on the news or whatever else, the presidential election of the USA is already well under way. 631 more words


The Importance of Decentralization

Organic Decentralization from the Beginning

Localized, independent governance is embedded deeply in American history.  The beginnings of our government structures were forged in tiny, remote colonies – from the Jamestown entrepreneurs struggling to survive, to the Pilgrims in Plymouth Colony hundreds of miles away.   908 more words

Constitutional History


Breitbart: “Illegal immigrants—along with other noncitizens without the right to vote—may pick the 2016 presidential winner. Thanks to the unique math undergirding the Electoral College, the mere presence of 11-12 million illegal immigrants and other noncitizens here legally may enable them to swing the election from Republicans to Democrats.” 305 more words