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Bob Hugin’s experience outside of DC is what New Jersey and America need

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Bob Hugin's experience outside of DC is what New Jersey and America need

Senator Bob Menendez, (D-NJ) has betrayed the people. He betrayed New Jersey with his incessant labeling of everything bad in America coming down to racism. He betrayed the country through corruption. The hung jury that set him free was more about a poor case made by the prosecution than by actual innocence on his part.

Bob Hugin is different. He has the experience we need on Capitol Hill. More importantly, he has the values we definitely need more of in Washington DC. This quote says it all.

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Daniel Horowitz expresses the frustration patriots are feeling every day regarding the border

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Daniel Horowitz expresses the frustration patriots are feeling every day regarding the border

One of the most frustrating hot topics in American politics today is the lunacy regarding our border crisis. Nothing is actually being done to stop or even slow the dangerous invasion that’s happening at our southern border. Democrats rail against any actions. Republicans fail to act in a meaningful way. Even the President, who has fought for border security, took some bad advice by not pressing the issue well before the Democrats won control of the House of Representatives.

Conservative commentator Daniel Horowitz expressed our level of frustration by proposing an idea that seems ridiculous on its surface. But if you stop and think about it, there’s really no difference with what he’s proposing and what’s actually happening. At least by doing it his way, the cartels won’t benefit from our unwillingness to remain a sovereign nation.

Whether it’s the Democrats waking up to the dangers of the open borders they crave, the Republicans getting some gumption do do something, or a combination of both, we need to fix the border problem immediately. This is getting ridiculous.

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Ben Shapiro on a divided America

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Ben Shapiro on a divided America

The extreme polarization that has taken over political discourse in our nation is clear and palatable. Notions of bipartisanship in DC or common courtesy at events have been tossed aside, replaced by vitriol so putrid, only the bravest gluttons venture forth into “enemy” territory while most stay isolated in their ideological echo chambers reaffirming their biases and remaining blind to any hint of fault in their chosen leaders.

This is a new phenomenon, at least for the modern era. It wasn’t too long ago when there were certain areas of disagreement, but even in those disagreements we could find common ground. Those days seem to be behind us.

In his new book, “”The Right Side of History: How Reason and Moral Purpose Made the West Great,” DailyWire editor-in-chief Ben Shapiro explores much of what has caused this divide. In a nation where radical progressivism has replaced common sense Democratic notions, it’s understandable how this divide has been so easily maintained with the current and previous Presidents. Shapiro points to the statistics surrounding this divide in his book:

“We’re more divided than at any time in the recent past. In July 2017, Pew Research found that 68 percent of Democrats said it was “stressful and frustrating” to talk to political opponents; 52 percent of Republicans agreed.”

You can get a copy of the book on Amazon, where it just hit #1 on the bestseller list.

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Mark Levin on conservatives and tyranny

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Mark Levin on conservatives and tyranny

There are times when I really hate government. It’s not that I’m an anarchist or I believe there should be no laws or rules, but in recent years it seems as if government is the root cause for many of our problems. This is why it perplexes me so that people willingly ask the government to intervene in their affairs. For leftists, this is understandable as they are entitled to have the government solve all of their problems. But when I hear conservatives ask for government intervention on particular issues, I cringe.

Perhaps conservative commentator Mark Levin said it best to describe how I and many other conservatives feel. Those of us who appreciate the need for government to handle many issues such as national defense and infrastructure but who despise it when government gets involved in so many issues where it simply doesn’t belong can break our feelings down with this one line from Levin:

“The Conservative does not despise government. He despises tyranny. This is precisely why the Conservative reveres the Constitution and insists on adherence to it.”

The Constitution is not a document that grants us rights, despite what many claim. It’s a document that prevents government from trying to take away our rights bestowed on us by our Creator and affirmed by our free will.

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