Category Archive for: ‘Bitter TEA’

  • Blumenthal Senator

    Vietnam War hero accuses Trump of collusion

    Alinsky Rule 5 Post 31: A Connecticut news outlet reports that Democrat U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal has accused President Trump of betraying his oath of office. “‘He was colluding with a leader of a hostile power,’ Blumenthal said.” Senator and former U.S. Marine Blumenthal elaborate …

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  • Cary041318

    America’s Third Civil War began November 8, 2016

    Dr. Lee Cary was published today on Canada Free Press with a hard-hitting article about the day America’s third civil war began, the day Donald J. Trump was elected the President of the United States of America. On that day, the left declared war on …

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  • Martyr's Park in Dallas, Texas

    Dallas’ Lee Park Gutted and Martyr’s Park Desolate

    Context: On September 15, 2017, the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee was removed from Lee Park, Dallas, Texas, and became the latest in a series of Confederate monuments disappearing from cities across America this summer and fall.   News of the Great Fire that …

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  • Hillary Clinton

    Corruption Most Foul – Hillary Clinton

    There is a foul odor emanating from Northeastern United States. Its epicenter is Chappaqua, NY. However, other locales such as New York City, Washington DC, Charleston, SC, and wherever else the Hillary for President campaign happens to be traveling, do their fair share in polluting …

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  • Eliot Ness

    A Bureau on the Bubble – The FBI Struggles

    Delayed resolution to Hillmailgate is eroding the F.B.I.’s credibility. As time passes with no outcome to the investigation of Secretary Hillary Clinton’s possible misuse of classified emails, incremental damage is being done to the legendary image of the incorruptibility of the Federal Bureau of Investigation …

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  • UBER fate to be decided for Austin

    Austin to decide whether or not to give UBER the boot

    It’s a surprising ballot proposition in a state that boasts it’s the bastion of freedom. Austin voters will head to the polls this Saturday, May 7, to decide whether or not ridesharing companies like Uber will stay or go. A ‘Yes’ vote on Prop 1 …

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  • Donald Trump

    The ‘Art’ of the Heel: Trump vs. Cruz

    THE ‘ART’ OF THE HEEL: Contemptibly dishonorable or irresponsible person by Karen Norling I remember it well.  I was wiping down the kitchen counters when I heard his announcement on TV. “He’s not serious,” I said to myself.  “We go through this every four years.  …

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  • Joe Straus

    Straus, Wolff attempt to rewrite history on toll roads at election time

    It’s always interesting to watch politicians try to re-write history when election time rolls around. A case in point is State Representative Joe Straus, Speaker of the Texas House, and Bexar County Commissioner Kevin Wolff. Both have supported tolls in the past and they’ve put …

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  • Government Theft

    Funds yanked: Congress puts the brakes on civil asset forfeiture

    Many conservatives are upset with the omnibus spending bill Congress passed at the end of the year, but one provision they should praise is congress rescinding funding for the Justice Department’s civil asset forfeiture program. Most Americans have no idea what civil asset forfeiture is …

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  • Texas Toll Roads

    Public outrage rises as cost of Austin toll road triples

    By Terri Hall – January 17, 2016 Toll roads in Texas face growing opposition and a shocking revelation by the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (CTRMA) just threw gasoline on the fire. The CTRMA tripled its initial cost estimates for its plan to add toll …

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