• America: ‘Indispensable Nation’ No More

    America: ‘Indispensable Nation’ No More

    “Only those of us who were born under Queen Victoria,” wrote Ronald Knox, “know what it feels like to assume, without questioning, that England is permanently top nation, that foreigners do not matter, and that if worst comes to the worst, Lord Salisbury will send a gunboat.” Knox offered this trenchant observation, redolent with irony and perhaps tinged with regret, not as a policymaker or strategic thinker, but from the vantage point of a clergyman. From the 1920s through the 1950s, Monsignor Knox was the most famous and influential Catholic priest in all of Great Britain. As such, he entertained a distinct perspective on what actually qualifies as permanent and what merely offers the appearance. READ MORE...

  • House Democrats Introduce Resolution to Block Trump's National Emergency

    House Democrats Introduce Resolution to Block Trump’s National Emergency

    Democrats in the House of Representatives introduced a resolution to block President Donald Trump’s national emergency that could allow him to build a wall on the southern border.

    Democratic Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro introduced the resolution, which he said will pass the House, as 222 co-sponsors have jumped on board. Castro sent out a tweet saying his resolution would terminate Trump’s national emergency. Democrats only need 218 supporters to pass the resolution.

    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi sent a letter to her colleagues Thursday, telling them they need to “move swiftly to pass this bill.”J READ MORE...

  • ‘Islamophobia’ Professor Claims to Be Victim of ‘Islamophobic’ Attack

    ‘Islamophobia’ Professor Claims to Be Victim of ‘Islamophobic’ Attack

    “I know that Flying While Brown has always been a concern. But now Landing While Brown is also frightening.” So says Khaled Beydoun, a Muslim who claims he was victimized on and after a Delta flight last week. An interesting detail of the story is that Beydoun is a key “Islamophobia” propagandist: he is “Associate Professor of Law at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law and Senior Affiliated Faculty at the University of California-Berkeley Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project,” according to his bio. He is the author of a book entitled American Islamophobia: Understanding the Roots and Rise of Fear. READ MORE...

  • CAIR defends ISIS bride who called for murder of troops

    CAIR defends ISIS bride who called for murder of troops

    (Townhall) The Council on American-Islamic Relations, better known as a CAIR, is defending the ISIS bride who wants to come back to the United States after five years in the caliphate.

    Twenty-four year old Hoda Muthana left Alabama and joined ISIS in 2014. During her time in the Middle East, she advocated for the murder of U.S. troops, Americans and other innocent people in the West. Born to foreign diplomats, she is not an American citizen.

    “Americans wake up! Men and women altogether. You have much to do while you live under our greatest enemy, enough of your sleeping! Go on drivebys, and spill all of their blood, or rent a big truck and drive all over them. Veterans, Patriots, Memorial, etc day…Kill them,” she once tweeted. READ MORE...

  • New Social Media Site Launches: "Designed for Americanism, not Globalism"

    New Social Media Site Launches: “Designed for Americanism, not Globalism”

    Back in May of 2018, I reported on a conservative, Christian man named Steven Andrew from Silicon Valley, who was fed up with the Nazi-style censorship of Facebook and was going to start his own social media website, USA.Life.  Steven started a crowdfunding campaign at the time so that he would have the resources to not only launch the project, but maintain it and this past week, he did a soft launch of the social media platform, which he claims is “designed for Americanism, not globalism.” READ MORE...

  • The Myth of Three Co-Equal Branches of Government

    The Myth of Three Co-Equal Branches of Government

    In today’s delicate, thin-skinned and ultra-sensitive world where the gospel of “equality of outcomes” is paramount, it should come as no surprise that most Americans favor the unconstitutional myth of three co-equal branches of government.

    Well, unfortunately for America, “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”

    Last month at an MSNBC Town Hall, Nancy Pelosi, a self-proclaimed Constitutional Scholar and current Speaker of the House of Representatives, stated: “Our Founders envisioned three co-equal branches of government. There’s little excuse for one chamber of Congress refusing to do its job and simply giving power over to the President.” READ MORE...

  • The Big Reason Why We Need A Conservative Version Of Social Media Platforms

    The Big Reason Why We Need A Conservative Version Of Social Media Platforms

    Editor’s Note:  Well, now you have it!  It’s called USA.LifeClick here to sign up!

    Do you remember what television news was like before the Fox News Channel came along?  Everybody pretty much said the same thing, and dissenting opinions on many of the most critical issues were generally not given any air time.  Of course, Fox News is definitely still very much tied into the establishment, but at least they started providing a “Republican” point of view which was a stark contrast to the liberal propaganda that we were constantly being force-fed by the other networks.  And then the social media era arrived, and suddenly everyone had a voice.  For years, we could say pretty much whatever we wanted on the major platforms, and we were generally left alone.  But then the election of 2016 happened, and since that time the social media giants have been cracking down on conservatives with a vengeance.  Yes, once in a while a liberal voice gets “deplatformed” or “shadowbanned” as well, but the truth is that conservatives have overwhelmingly been the targets of this relentless censorship campaign.  That is why we need to create a conservative version of Facebook and other social media platforms.  But instead of censoring liberal viewpoints, we will allow everyone to exercise the right of free speech, and we will let the “marketplace of ideas” determine which viewpoints ultimately triumph. READ MORE...

  • How NATO Pushed the U.S. Into the Libya Fiasco

    How NATO Pushed the U.S. Into the Libya Fiasco

    A key worry among American critics of NATO is that expanding the alliance into Eastern Europe may entangle the United States in conflicts that have little or no relevance to our genuine security needs.

    But the 2011 NATO intervention in Libya is a reminder that even Washington’s long-time allies like France and Britain can create the same danger. In their memoirs, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates reveal (at times perhaps unintentionally) how those nations prodded the reluctant Obama administration into taking such a fateful step in Libya. Clinton herself was favorable to “humanitarian” military missions, while Gates was openly hostile, yet their accounts track closely, confirming how much of an impact allied lobbying had on American decision-making. READ MORE...

  • Muslims Emboldened: List Of Islamists Looking To "Represent" You in 2020

    Muslims Emboldened: List Of Islamists Looking To “Represent” You in 2020

    Those holding to the false teachings of Islam are at odds not only with Christianity, which our country was built upon, but also against our Constitution.  Yet, with this last election, we saw many Muslims elected to office and in the coming election, we are sure to see many more.

    The following is a list of Muslims who are already preparing to run for office to “represent” you.

    Movita Johnson-Harrell is a candidate for Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 190, in the general special election on March 12, 2019. Read more about Johnson-Harrell here. READ MORE...

  • The Sad Decline of the House Freedom Caucus

    The Sad Decline of the House Freedom Caucus

    The most recent example of the maxim that “power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely” is the tragedy that’s befallen the House Freedom Caucus.

    Once, the small band of congressional rebels shed light on the growing federal debt and deficit and the sham federal budgeting process. They stood for “open, accountable, and limited” government, “the Constitution and the rule of law,” and liberty-minded policies, as their website states. Their purpose was to “give a voice to countless Americans who feel that Washington does not represent them.” Their staunch opposition to spending bills was so strident that they were mocked as the “caucus of no,” though ultimately they were able to upend John Boehner’s House speakership. READ MORE...