If the title Congressional Truth-Stretching Champion is ever awarded, there would be an Olympic-scale competition to claim it. Politicians in general, and members of Congress in particular, take a certain wiggle room with telling the truth. Americans are tolerant of that — to a point. And when that point is exceeded, things become very unpleasant,
“A statesman is a politician who places himself at the service of the nation. A politician is a statesman who places the nation at his service.” – Georges Pompidou About a dozen years ago, I was sitting in the Lone Spur Cafe having breakfast with a bunch of retired cops from all over the country.
If there is ever a Bad Boy of American History Hall of Fame, Dan Sickles should get his own wing. He served in Congress; married a woman half his age; murdered her lover and beat the rap with a dubious legal defense; became a Civil War general, losing a leg while nearly losing a big
Dr. Lyle Rapacki interviews Trevor Loudon, author of Enemies Within, and White House Reds, about the enemies of freedom who are in our government.
In Part 2, Dr. Lyle Rapacki interviews U.S. Representative Dr. Paul Gosar about his legislation, The National Emergency Act, and how it seeks to lift the current state of emergency.
Upholding the Constitution and Supporting our Troops On July 21st, the House passed the annual National Defense Authorization Act. This bill sets the policies for our national defense to protect our homeland against attacks and support the troops. Unfortunately, House Democrats muddied the waters with politically charged and irrelevant policies, such as red flag gun