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Making the Census Great Again

“Is this person a citizen of the United States?”  This 2020 census question, or something similar, was asked on the decennial census from 1820 through 1950, and afterward on the long-form census through 2000. Even now, and ever since 2005, a … [Continue Reading...]

Remembering the Legacy of George H.W. Bush

The Bush political dynasty began when George H.W. Bush’s father, Prescott Bush, was elected U.S. Senator from Connecticut in 1952.  A typical liberal Republican of that era, Prescott Bush voted to censure anti-communist Senator Joseph McCarthy in 1954 and he backed his fellow eastern liberal Senator Henry Cabot Lodge’s … Continue Reading >>

Ed Martin Movement – 1/18/19

In What You Need to Know, Democrats weaponizing made up allegations; Woody Woodrum of The California Screamin Eagles on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s inaugural speech; What Happens if Ruth Bader Ginsburg Remains Too Sick to Work?; Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan stokes speculation he'll primary Trump in 2020; In Swamp News, how they … Continue Reading >>

Leftist Facebook Politics Strike Again

Late last year, the drawn-out saga of dismissed Facebook, Inc. executive Palmer Luckey became fully public, and the world saw the viciously un-inclusive face of leftist politics at Facebook. In 2016, Luckey donated $10,000 to an anti-Hillary Clinton group, sparking outrage from his fellow execs at the company. Within … Continue Reading >>

Ed Martin Movement – 1/17/19

In What You Need to Know, Pelosi embarrassed the President and he schooled her; Larry Cirignano on the history of the March for Life; President Unveils New Missile Defense Review; Strike from Space: A Megadeath Mystery; Andy Schlafly on the March for life and his bus trips over the past 11 years; In Swamp … Continue Reading >>