“Those who come to this space know why I think what happened, happened. The unprotected people of America, who have to live with Washington’s policies, rebelled against the protected, who make and defend those policies and who care little if at all about the unprotected. That broke bonds of loyalty and allegiance. Tuesday was in effect an uprising of the unprotected. It was part of the push-back against detached elites that is sweeping the West and was seen most recently in the Brexit vote.”

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The Silent Majority is back.

The ‘haters (as the Left characterizes us),’ aka Catholics, white men, conservatives, gun owners, pro lifers, pro traditional marriage advocates, evangelical Christians, folks who stand for the Pledge and say it with tears in their eyes, Constitutionalists, and the rule of law horde have spoken.

Their message was simple: we want America back. Even more, we want to ‘make America great again.’

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Republicans have had a bellyful. Should they retain control of the House and Senate, they will not let Clinton Corruption get a free pass.

Hillary WILL violate her oath of office. Guaranteed. Her presidency will subject the country to a national nightmare that can only be avoided with her defeat this November…

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Donald Trump is not the story.

Yes, Mr. Trump is an entertaining character. He has struck a chord, that’s for sure, with his contemptuous, tell-it-like-it-is approach to campaigning. But the story is the rest of the polling…

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In February, the new VA Secretary, Robert MacDonald, claimed the agency fired 60 people for lying about the bad service they were giving our vets.

Then the agency back pedaled and said it was only fourteen.

Now that documents are available, it looks like there were only three fired.

More spin.

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Is the president the only person in the world who thinks we’re stopping ISIL’s advance? While he offers up outlandish free community college schemes and flits off to India for climate change conferences, evil spreads…

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He knew how work with people, to really “reach across the aisle” and hammer out compromise. He got 37 Democratic Senators to vote with him on his historic tax cut legislation along with 48 Democrats in the House. Contrast that with Obama who couldn’t get a single Republican to vote with him on Obamacare, since he excluded them from the conversation.

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