Choices are made by people, the people you elect to Congress and to your state legislature. This is why your choice to vote for Vince Haley in the June 9th District 12 Virginia state Senate primary election is so important. If you live in the 12th state Senate district in Virginia, please vote for Vince Haley on June 9th, if you do not live in Virginia state Senate District 12, but still want to support a rising limited government constitutional conservative star go to www.vincehaley.com to learn how you can help.
Rep. Ron DeSantis is an unapologetic advocate of American exceptionalism and growth-oriented economic policies. We think the times call for a Florida Senator with Ron DeSantis unique skill set; the experience in national security that DeSantis gained serving as a JAG officer at Guantanamo Bay and as chairman of the Oversight Committee’s National Security subcommittee and the toughness that he has displayed as a prosecutor in the Navy JAG Corps and on the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee investigating Benghazi and the Lois Lerner cover-up.
No one emerges from World War I with much honor, especially Democrat President Woodrow Wilson. He unforgivably dragged Americans into other people’s war. A century ago many Americans succumbed to Britain’s deceitful propaganda campaign. On the centennial of the Lusitania’s demise Americans should remember the importance of just saying no. Now as then Americans need a president and Congress that believe war to be a last resort for use only when necessary to protect this nation, its people, liberties, and future.
All too many of today’s politicians are too cowardly to speak the truth about what is really at stake in our war in the Middle East. They are unworthy of leading a great Nation founded and preserved upon the sacrifices of those we honor today. So this Memorial Day, if there was ever a time to respectfully breach President James A. Garfield’s admonition to stay silent beside the graves of our war dead, today is that day.
Mitch McConnell is counting on his opponents not being able to muster the 60 votes needed to pass the USA Freedom Act, leaving them with the choice of either extending Section 215 of The Patriot Act or seeing all of the powers expire — including those that would go after specific terrorist suspects. McConnell cynically believes that, faced with that choice, enough of his colleagues will vote to extend all of the Patriot Act's surveillance powers. We urge you to contact your Senators and urge them to join Senator Rand Paul in supporting the Fourth Amendment Preservation and Protection Act as an alternative to the reauthorization of the Patriot Act. The Capitol switchboard is 1-866-220-0044, call your Senator today.
As principled conservative Texas Republican Jeb Hensarling battles to kill this corrupt vestige of the New Deal, by using the legalized corruption of bribing Members of Congress by exchanging votes, Capitol Hill’s establishment Republican leaders plan to save the illegal corruption endemic to the Ex-Im Bank. You can’t make this stuff up.
The NSA's bulk collection of telephone records violates the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which protects the country's citizens against unreasonable searches and seizures, Senator Rand Paul said. "I see no reason you can't have security and the Constitution at the same time," said Paul. "There's no reason why we can't catch terrorists like we catch other bad people in our society, by using the Constitution."
Who is the greatest threat to liberty under the Constitution and American exceptionalism? The powerless Nancy Pelosi who presides ineffectively over the smallest Democratic House minority in over 80 years, or Republican Speaker John Boehner and Republican Senate Majority Mitch McConnell who have worked tirelessly to stymie conservative efforts to stop Obama’s lawlessness, surrendered congressional power to a lawless president and personally attacked conservatives who objected?
In a powerfully argued op-ed in yesterday’s National Review Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama, one of Capitol Hill’s leading limited government constitutional conservatives and the de facto leader of the growing “populist conservative” movement, spoke in support of keeping the Patriot Act, and especially its controversial Section 215 data collection program unchanged saying, "it should not be more difficult to investigate a terrorist plot than check fraud." Senator Sessions’ conclusion – that it ought not be more difficult to investigate terrorism than it is to investigate a common felony case was echoed by the Editors of National Review, who posted a complimentary editorial supporting the renewal of the Patriot Act.