Tag: Congress

The case for term limits: Can’t fault candidates for experience

On the campaign trail, you’ll hear candidates criticized for being in office too long; “they’ve lost the fire in their belly,” but you’ll also hear candidates criticized for running for a significant office like governor or Congress who have zero experience. Well, which is it? The fact both are...

Ilhan Omar’s Bill to Combat ‘Islamophobia’ Passes the House

Ilhan Omar’s bill requiring the State Department to combat “Islamophobia” has passed. Omar would like us to believe that “Islamophobia” is as much a threat around the world as antisemitism, and she wants the federal government to monitor, to report on, and to fight the spread of this “hatred.”...

The Atlantic Reports: Nancy Pelosi Planning To Step Aside As Speaker

From Conservative Brief: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will be “stepping down” in the near future, a new report says. On Tuesday The Atlantic published a story saying that Pelosi would resign as Speaker “in the not-so-distant future.” “Sometime in the not-so-distant future, probably after next year’s midterm elections, House...

It’s Time for Us to Resist!

Senator Paul warned that we should not accept Biden's agencies mandates or lockdowns. He advised everyone not to follow "the CDC's anti-science mask mandates."...

Trump: We Are Living in a Communist Country

As Trump noted in the speech, a telltale sign of a Communist nation is the lack of a free press. All but a few of the media networks suppress coverage of the findings of the Arizona Audit. All but a few media sources publish the shocking revelation of the...

Compelling Case for Article V Convention of States

Every state gets only one vote but can send as many delegates as they wish. So, while California and New York might get into a shouting match with the other state delegates, they have no electoral power to determine the outcome....