Monthly Archives: February 2021

The Biden Cabal’s Executive Order Putsch

J Robert Smith

  • Feb 25
  • 2 min read

Updated: Feb. 26, 2021

In Biden’s Washington, there’s no such thing as legislating. Democrats control the U.S. House and, practically, the Senate, but out of the chute, addled Joe Biden’s administration is relying on executive orders to revoke Trump’s accomplishments and dramatically reshape America – or try to. We’re seeing how the modern Democratic Party wants to run America: via fiat.

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Rush Passes Away; His Fight for Liberty Continues

J Robert Smith

  • Feb 17
  • 1 min read

The news of Rush Limbaugh’s passing today (February 17) is truly sad. Rush was, in many ways, the inheritor of the Regan legacy. Clearly, his was the most important conservative voice in America for a generation, which is a remarkable feat in itself. Rush’s show reached 25-30 million listeners daily. We owe him a debt of thanks and there’s really only one way to repay him.

We each must dedicate ourselves to carrying on the cause of freedom. Rush has passed the torch to us. In many small ways, we can fight for liberty in our daily lives. Millions of small actions add up to big changes, and, heaven knows, American liberty is imperiled and the nation needs an historic change of direction. Rush fought the good fight right up to the end of his very consequential life. His integrity and courage should inspire us.

May God bless Rush, and may the Good Lord grant us the strength, wisdom, and courage to win this fight for freedom.

Preserving American Liberty – Step Two – Elections

J Robert Smith

  • Feb. 16, 2021
  • 3 min read

This article was adapted from the original, which first appeared at American Thinker.

Universal mail-in balloting and looser ballot integrity laws are poison to fair, honest elections. Go ask Donald Trump. Trump lost by whiskers in five battleground states last November. A switch of approximately 139, 350 votes (out of 23.8 million cast) across those states would have reelected Trump. Democrats fixed the systems just enough. And, in many instances, with Republican assistance, in the name of easier voting access thanks to COVID restrictions. Thus, turned the nation’s course.

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Needed: An Orwell Statue in DC

J Robert Smith

  • Feb. 13, 2021
  • 2 min read

Updated: Feb. 15, 2021

George Orwell, who’s famous for his classics,1984 and Animal Farm, deserves a statue in DC – a towering bronze or marble statue. Focused on that statute and pouring forth from it, brilliant light. Hear me out. Orwell’s name is associated with the descriptor “Orwellian,” which means things that government – and, today, what Big Tech and a not-small chunk of corporate America – are doing involving a creepy, pervasive reach into the nooks and crannies of our lives – places where government and big businesses don’t belong.

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Preserving American Liberty – Step One – Free Speech

Rob Meyne

  • Feb. 9, 2021
  • 4 min read

If there is a single foundational principle that most clearly separates America from other nations, it is freedom of speech. No right is more fundamental to our way of life.

Yet that right is directly under attack. Journalists, politicians, corporate, and civic leaders openly advocate censorship by government and corporate interests. Political correctness, groupthink, and intolerance have sparked a new era of speech suppression that marginalizes those with diverse views, promotes intolerance, and advocates retribution against those with whom they disagree.

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Trump Show Trial Mocks the Constitution

J Robert Smith

  • Feb 8
  • 3 min read

Updated: Feb. 9, 2021

J. Robert Smith is a contributor at American Thinker. His latest article on elections fraud and the imperative to make substantial elections reforms before the 2022 midterm elections can be found here.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, February 9, the U.S. Senate takes up Act II of the farce playing out on Capitol Hill: the removal trial of former president Donald J. Trump. Never mind that Congress can’t remove a past elected or appointed official from an office he doesn’t occupy. Never no-mind that Article 1, Section 3, of the Constitution is explicit about what impeachment entails. Never no-mind that a trial stands simple common sense on its head. DC is its own little inbred world playing by its own toxic rules.

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SCOTUS Rules for Indoor Church Services But…

J Robert Smith

  • Feb. 7, 2021
  • 2 min read

Updated: Feb. 8, 2021

J. Robert Smith is a contributor at American Thinker. His latest article on elections fraud and the imperative to make substantial elections reforms before the 2022 midterm elections can be found here.

On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the obvious: churches have a 1st Amendment right to conduct indoor services. It was a partial victory for places of worship. Of course, owing to the times, SCOTUS made room for the so-called “administrative state,” which is nothing more than a bureaucratic nanny state or, at its worst, outright tyranny.

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What Can We Do to Preserve Freedom?

Rob Meyne

  • Feb. 2, 2021
  • 4 min read

If you are a constitutional conservative – or just a patriot who places a high value on freedom – you already know 2021 is not off to a great start. It is not surprising that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are governing as extreme leftists. That is what they promised to do, notwithstanding the pearl clutching and admonitions that “Lunch Bucket Joe” is really a moderate. We should have taken the hint when Biden and Bernie Sanders, who is an avowed socialist, were able to come up together on a party platform they both support.

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Biden Intent on Proving Critics Right

Rob Meyne

  • Feb. 1, 2021
  • 5 min read

How much support do you think a presidential candidate would gain if they made the following pledge? “On day one of my Administration, I will sign executive orders to increase the price of gasoline, instantly destroy tens of thousands of jobs, increase our dependence on foreign energy, and devastate the economies of at least a dozen states.”

Right. No one would say that. If he told his advisors he wanted to make such an announcement, they would pull him off the campaign trail (or, in the case of Joe Biden, leave him in his basement but lock the doors) and advise him to shut up and get some sleep.

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