Monthly Archives: November 2020

What is Unity?

Rob Meyne

  • Nov. 19, 2020
  • 4 min read

Unity is a word that is thrown around pretty casually. But it is is hard to come up with a real definition of what unity means today.

In practice, the way the left uses the term, unity means surrender. It’s a lot like the term compromise. We are urged to compromise, which means agreeing with them. Democrats ran on a platform that supports bigger government, higher taxes, less freedom, and more control of your medical care, job, cost and sources of energy, and even the kind of car you drive. The 2020 Democratic Platform advocated a greater increase in governmental power, and a concomitant reduction in American freedom, than any such treatise in our history. We are urged to unify by accepting some or all of those positions. No thanks.

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The Greatest Threat Ever to Our Liberty

This article originally appeared at American Thinker.

J Robert Smith

  • Nov. 14, 2020
  • 5 min read

Saturday at Newsmax, General Michael Flynn said this about the Democrats perpetrating elections fraud on an unprecedented scale:

“Right now, we are at risk,” Flynn added. “This is going to place this country at risk, if we get this wrong.” Then Flynn stated:

“This is bigger than the presidency,” Flynn said. “I’ll say this is bigger than Donald Trump. This is bigger than Vice President [Joe] Biden. This is much bigger. This is the presidency of the United States of America. It’s the Constitution of the United States of America. It’s a process we’ve had for almost 250 years.” Need we say the franchise is indispensable to our republic? Elections fraud isn’t new, but never in the nation’s history has this basic right been so comprehensively assaulted, so jeopardized. The Civil War was an attempt to split the nation, not deprive Union states’ citizens of their constitutional rights. We’re on new and very dangerous turf.

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Check Out “Trump Rules”

Rob Meyne

  • Nov. 9, 2020
  • 1 min read

Over the last few years, we’ve become a big fan of Wayne Allen Root. If you haven’t had a chance to listen to him, do yourself a favor and check him out. Root, like me, lives in Las Vegas, with his national show originating from KBET 790 and carried nationally on the USA Radio Network.

We had the pleasure of speaking with Root at the Las Vegas Donald Trump, Jr., event last Sunday. Root is, among other things, an entrepreneur, columnist, public speaker, and world-class odds maker. He is a huge Trump fan and boldly predicted his 2016 win. His newest book, Trump Rules, is released tomorrow. Check it out and thank us later!

Apparently, You Don’t Have to Work Hard to Be President

Rob Meyne

  • Nov. 8, 2020
  • 5 min read

As we predicted, the 2020 election will make history. At this point, no winner is certified, although some media outlets have called Biden the winner. Although much of this story remains to be written, let’s offer a few observations as of today.

First, there was no blue wave. Whatever happens to the presidential contest, those who repeatedly predicted a Democratic landslide were wrong. Notably, many of those who were wrong on this point are former Republicans, RINOs, previously relevant prognosticators like Bill Kristol, or failed national candidates like Mitt Romney. Most of these anti-Trumpers predicted Trump would crash and burn and bring the entire GOP slate with it. They could not have been more wrong.

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A Trump Win Means Patriotism Is Not Out of Style

Rob Meyne

  • Nov. 2, 2020
  • 4 min read

One day out, a few more thoughts on curious realities that a win by either candidate would mean for the future of America’s elections.

If Biden wins, first, what does it mean that he hasn’t worked very hard? Biden’s taken off roughly half of the days during this campaign. Half. Are we supposed to think a person who can’t even campaign full-time is capable of being president? If he is healthy and vigorous, why hasn’t he worked harder?

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