I had the honor of being one who framed that Constitution. In order effectually to accomplish these great ends set forth in the Constitution, it is especially the duty of those who bear rule to promote and encourage respect for God and virtue and to discourage every degree of vice and immorality. — Henry Laurens, Second Continental Congress and ratifier of the U.S. Constitution

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Surveillance State: How Police Track You With Your Cell Phone

John W. Whitehead

Advanced technology now provides government agents and police officers with the ability to track our every move. The surveillance state is our new society. It is here, and it is spying on you, your family and your friends every day. Worse yet, those in control are using life’s little conveniences, namely cell phones, to do much of the spying. To put it simply, the corporate-surveillance state is in full effect, and there is nowhere to hide.

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Mystery Cyber Hack on Rush is Creepy Stuff

Gina Miller

If you are a regular listener to his nationally syndicated radio program, you may have heard Rush Limbaugh relate his experience with a strange hacking experience with his iPhone while driving in to work on Tuesday morning. While using the voice transcription service to send a message to his wife, a politically related statement regarding President Obama came back...only Limbaugh had said nothing remotely like what the transcription service wrote.

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GOP ‘Surrender Caucus’ Sounds Horn of Aggressive Retreat

Bob Ellis

You know it's bad when the so-called "leaders" of a party harbor such pure contempt for their base that they are willing to drag the good name of their own party through the mud in an attempt to undermine that base. Yet that is where we are with this latest report from the RINOs.

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Thinking Reasonably Part 2

Dale Pflug

Did you ever have someone tell you that something was too political, or that they hate to discuss politics? If you mention the word politics, you will probably offend at least one person in any group. To shut off a conversation, just say “sorry, but I don’t talk about politics”.

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One Guaranteed Way to Kill the Church in America

Steve Deace

Suppose you wanted to eradicate your opposition. However, you wanted to do so in a way that avoided any blowback, and lulled your opposition to sleep so that they wouldn’t know what hit them until it was too late. Rather than a full-frontal assault, you might try subtlety instead. Say, the introduction of a lie that became repeated so often by those with influence it was accepted as truth. Despite the fact all of the actual hard evidence says to the contrary it is not.

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Rick Perry Surrounding Himself with Anti-Conservatives

Bob Ellis

Richard Viguerie at Conservative HQ reports Rick Perry isn't helping conservatives believe in him with his hirings of two enemies of conservatives for his campaign: Henry Barbour and Steve Schmidt.

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Instruction on How to Speak Leftist

Bob Ellis

The Revolting Truth has some instruction for us on how to speak Leftist. It is somewhat reminiscent of my Guide to LiberalSpeak, compiled after many years of interactions with liberals and intended to help the less-experienced conservative filter through the propaganda and nonsense that makes up 99% of liberal "thought."

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"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964