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Don’t Miss D’Souza’s “Death Of A Nation”

Once again a valuable history lesson from D’Souza, who firmly believes that America is the last, best, hope for man on earth. You can tell it hits its target by the truly terrible reviews published by the left-leaning film critics, and the rave reviews by the actual audiences. Don’t Miss It!

Conservative Art by Jon McNaughton:
Crossing The Swamp

Jon McNaughton has produced a large number of conservative artworks over the years, and his latest offering is The Donald crossing the swamp with his stalwart staff. Staff L-R are: Nikki Haley, James Mattis, Ben Carson, President Trump, Jeff Sessions, Mike Pence, Melania Trump, Mike Pompeo, Sarah Sanders, Ivanka Trump, John Bolton, Kellyanne Conway, John …

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Crossing The Swamp
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Dr. Darrell Scott: Donald Trump is the “Most Pro-Black President We’ve Had in Our Lifetime”

You probably didn’t hear about this from the corporate media. It’s Dr. Darrell Scott, remarking on how he believes that President Trump has been very proactive about helping the urban community and that he may be the most pro-black president in our lifetime. Mr. Trump has undoubtedly done more for black employment than any previous president “in …

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Trump Tells Sessions To End Mueller Investigation. Trump Must Have Something Big!

The Washington Times is reporting that President Trump has asked Jeff Sessions to put an end to the Mueller Probe. The president’s comments came after he quoted Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz, who suggested that Mueller is trying to protect his team at the expense of the investigation. The left will go nuts, but what about Trump …

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A View of Trump From China

The Fiscal Times (FT) is no right-wing rag. They are as incorporated into the globalist world culture (and its narratives) as anyone. So this piece on how China views Mr. Trump and his choices is enlightening. Donald Trump is leading a double life. In the west, most foreign policy experts see him as reckless, unpredictable …

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Why ‘Borders’ Matter

The elites, the ruling class as Angelo Codevilla called them, lost when the peoples of the several states chose Mr. Trump to be their next President. Their political machine which includes most of the media has been out to dislodge him ever since. Its more radical elements have ramped up the intimidation and violence. This …

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Trump Keeps ‘Winning’

It looks like the economy has managed to push aside the smothering pillow of Obamanomics. The Commerce Department reported Friday that the economy grew at a pace of 4.1 percent in the second quarter, propelled by consumer spending in another win for Mr. Trump’s policies of lower taxes and fewer regulations. The growth was the fastest since 2014, following …

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While Democrats Scream “Russia” Did Trump’s DOJ Run an Investigation on Them?

The squiggly line (because it’s not an arc) of the Left’s Russia Rantings run from Trump was never spied on you dolt to well, of course, he was spied on you dolt. Along the path (that squiggly line) are a series of media reports filled with details that reporters should not have. Details that were …

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Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter Grasps in Desperation for Relevance Before Retiring

Congress has plenty of vestigial structures but were any of them ever as useless as “retiring” lame-duck congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter? She not only did nothing to protect our children from the national debt she played a part in doubling it. The government not only got further into our bedrooms under her watch they stormed into …

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