Should Texas Secede? Voters Seriously Consider the Question

Texas already seceded once — in 1861, by popular vote in a statewide election. But the Texas Nationalist Movement wants a repeat a century and a half later, and thinks the March GOP primary is the place to start. The Nederland-based Texas independence group is circulating a petition aimed at getting a non-binding vote onto the GOP primary ballot over whether “the state of Texas should reassert its status as an independent nation.” Their goal? 75,000 signatures from registered voters by Read more […]

Levin: We Need a New Civil Rights Movement Where We Advance LIBERTY!

Mark Levin was on Hannity tonight talking about his new book, Plunder and Deceit, explaining how we’ve been deceived for a long time and how young people need to get educated so they challenge their teachers, professors, the media, and can begin changing it. Levin says we need a new civil rights movement where we can advance liberty, prosperity, private property rights, capitalism, American and individual sovereignty. Watch:

Cop Dresses as Construction Worker and Tickets Texting Drivers at Red Light R

Undercover cops in Marietta, Georgia dressed as construction workers and snooped on drivers at traffic lights to see if they were using cell phones. If they were, they got ticketed. Cops of course said this is all about safety and making sure people aren’t distracted while they’re driving. Others are saying this is about revenue collection. WSB-TV reported: Some drivers call it sneaky, but one metro police department says going undercover is an effective way to bust drivers texting, tweeting Read more […]

The 4 Supremes That Ruled Against Gay Marriage Warn ‘Trouble is Coming’

America needs to prepare for a major governmental assault on religious liberty in the wake of the Supreme Court’s marriage ruling, but those standing against the tide can find plenty of inspiration from those who pioneered the concept of religious freedom at the American founding. Michael Farris is co-founder of the Home School Legal Defense Association and author of “The History of Religious Liberty.” The book details the fierce fight for the religious freedom provisions that eventually Read more […]

Obama: ‘I’m a Pretty Good President’; ‘I Could Win’ a Third Term

President Obama told the African Union Tuesday that he felt he had been a “pretty good” president and if he were allowed to run for a third term, he’d probably be victorious. Obama made the remarks while criticizing leaders on the continent who wouldn’t step aside at the conclusion of their terms. “Now, let me be honest with you,” Obama said. “I do not understand this. I am in my second term. It has been an extraordinary privilege for me to serve as the President of the United Read more […]

Surprise! States Have Constitutional Powers to Reject Iran Deal

The Obama administration has sent the Iran nuclear deal to Congress for a 60-day review provided by the Corker bill. However, President Barack Obama has pre-empted Congress by going to the UN Security Council first, which has already voted to end international sanctions and accept the deal. Furthermore, even if Congress rejects the deal, it will struggle to muster a two-thirds majority to override the president’s veto. There is one effective way, however, that the Iran deal can be rejected: Read more […]

Justice Roy Moore: ‘I Hope We Don’t Have a War’ Over SCOTUS Decision Favoring Same-Sex Marriage

Controversial Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has warned that the Supreme Court’s decision in favor of same-sex marriage could lead to a new “war” in the United States. He made those fiery comments in an interview that was posted online on Monday. In an interview posted on YouTube and conducted by “Voice of Resistance” host Randall Terry, Moore predicted that the Supreme Court’s decision on gay marriage would face “a great backlash” from the American people. He drew Read more […]

Gay Couples In Texas Just Lost Their Right To Get Married In Texas, Despite SCOTUS Ruling

Last week, the Supreme Court caused nationwide debate when they determined that same-sex marriage is a Constitutional right and is therefore legal throughout the United States. Liberals, of course, broke out in celebration. However some conservative states are pushing back against the measure. According to reports, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has determined that country clerks are able to refuse to perform same-sex ceremonies if it violates their religious beliefs. While this defies the Read more […]

Democrat Senator Claims 1st Amendment Doesn’t Apply to ‘Individuals’

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) says the 1st Amendment’s religious liberty protections don’t apply to individuals. On MSNBC last week, Wisconsin’s junior Senator claimed that the Constitution’s protection of the free exercise of religion extends only to religious institutions, and that individual’s do not have a right to the free exercise of their own religion. During the MSNBC appearance, which was covered by Breitbart and NewsBusters, Baldwin appeared clueless to the fact that the free Read more […]

Pushback: Voters Now Look to Redefine ‘Gay Marriage’

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision creating “same-sex marriage” has resulted in conflicts in local communities, lawsuits and the resignation of clerks who claim it violates their religious rights. Now, among the strategies to protect First Amendment rights are two proposed voter initiatives in Colorado. One would preserve the traditional definition of marriage by recognizing it as a “religious expression.” The other would require the state to establish a list of businesses willing to Read more […]