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We need to stop being so accepting of and lenient with violent protestors. Charging 217 in DC with felony rioting is a good start – but it’s generations overdue.
Talk, walk, march & speak. Blog & pamphlet. That’s part of our heritage & most will support doing so – or should. Or at least not complain. It’s our right as Americans under the Rule of Law.
But setting fires? Destroying cars? Breaking windows? Blocking highways? Nope. Occupy the office of a university president? Burn up a limo that is the livelihood of some blue collar worker? Go to prison.
- This column is exactly correct. (I do find myself hoping it is not premature – our version of a Nobel Peace Prize prior to results, however…)
- Trump winning is as significant as the Magna Carta and Lexington. It’s taking back our rightful place as independent, self-governing people.
- It’s Lexington, Runymede, Tahrhir.
- It’s Brexit
- If Trump performs to his opportunity and promise, this is more significant than Reagan.
No one is arguing that Hillary & the Dems didn’t write those emails. They’re just fuming because they got leaked and, like any spoiled child, are attempting to cast blame on others for their failures.
It was the Dems who tried to influence the election with lies and deceit – and whoever leaked the content to Assange who provided voters the truth.
It’s the truth that changed the election.
Does it matter who provided the truth? Are we really willing to have our elections turn on anti-American, anti-liberty lies from our government & its propagandists in the MSM?
The same […]
Voter fraud is arguably the largest threat to our republic. Unless you want a federal voter registry – and I don’t, nor would the Founders – the only way to tackle the problem of illegal voting is to pass an amendment requiring State govt-issued VoterID in all elections.
The use of this can be indirectly mandated via threat of application of the 14th Amendment’s clause to limit representation (House seats, Electoral College votes) as a result of fraudulent voting if this ID is not used.
Amendment wording to require States to issue tamper-resistant photo IDs would prevent States from suing […]