CORTES: These Republicans Are Rushing to Enable Soros-Backed Open Borders Policies – And They’ll Pay a Political Price.

“We owe them.” Former Vice-President Joe Biden proffered that assessment about illegal migrants at the presidential debate in Nashville on October 22nd. In reality, our country owes precisely nothing to people who trespassed their way into America, especially considering all of them jeopardize the economic security, and some of them imperil the physical safety of American citizens. The only debt owed by elected leaders is to the citizens of this great republic: the people who consent to being governed. Amazingly – and perhaps predictably – a group of Republicans have already emerged, ready to assist the left’s agenda to effectively

Senate GOP’s “School Safety” Bill Would Imperil Student Privacy, Expand Police State

In the midst of the impeachment charade, Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) and a number of his GOP colleagues introduced a bill to address mass shootings. However, privacy groups, particularly those who advocate for student privacy, question the larger effect of the bill. Is it really about mass shootings? Or is it just building a bigger, more invasive police state?    Cornyn’s bill, the RESPONSE Act, is co-sponsored by Republican Sens. McSally (Ariz.), Ernst (Iowa), Tillis (N.C.), Capito (W. Va.), and Scott (S.C.). It has three major components: addressing unlicensed gun dealers and enhanced criminal penalties, developing crisis intervention and mental health services to include

The Best Hope for Restoring the American Dream Now Lives in the US Senate

Who will conjure the American Dream back for us? Politics is part prestidigitation, part reality. A great magician distracts her audience’s attention while producing the payoff. Abracadabra! Want to see how it’s done? Focus on the hidden hand. In this case, the United States Senate. […] Money matters.  Bad money “engages all the hidden forces of economic law on the side of destruction, and does it in a manner which not one man in a million is able to diagnose.”  Bad money “is noticed by only a few very thoughtful people … gradually overthrows governments, and in a hidden insidious way.”