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Money

Posted by on May 16, 2017 in Cynthia Davis, Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off on Money

If the housing market in the St. Louis area is any indication, we’re on a roll! Listen to our show today with Financial Expert, Doug Tjaden, to learn more about our economy than you will hear anywhere else! Doug explains to us what is going on and what we can do to protect our assets both now in the future. What do you think is the best way to safeguard yourself and your family if there is an economic collapse? On this episode, we interview Doug Tjaden. Doug is an expert on monetary reform and co-leads the public policy group on monetary...

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Darrell Castle – Supreme Court

Posted by on Apr 11, 2017 in Cynthia Davis, Guest Writers | Comments Off on Darrell Castle – Supreme Court

Our guest is Darrell Castle, Constitution Party Presidential nominee in 2016. Darrell is the premier legal expert on all things Constitutional. On our show today, we explain how the senate makes decisions on who to confirm, what’s happening around the world and how to navigate through the potholes of government. You will leave with a fresh perspective to give you hope and encouragement on how to understand the events in the world taking place today. Podcast: Play in new window |...

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Who Makes The Law Of The Land

Posted by on Mar 29, 2017 in Guest Writers | Comments Off on Who Makes The Law Of The Land

By Jacob N. Schulz [NOTE: Jacob Schulz is an 8th-grade homeschooled student interested in American government. He will be giving this speech at the 4-H communication arts contest.] How many of you believe that Congress makes the laws of our land? How many of you believe presidential executive orders are also the law of our land? How many of you believe the Supreme court’s decisions are the law of our land? n the United States Constitution our founding fathers gave the American people a government of checks and balances–a government of...

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Constitutional Expert Herb Titus

Posted by on Mar 29, 2017 in Cynthia Davis, Guest Writers | Comments Off on Constitutional Expert Herb Titus

Today we have Constitutional scholar, Herb Titus. Herb is a lawyer, a writer and a former Vice-Presidential Candidate from 1996. Are you wondering how much evolution has affected our political and judicial culture today? Did you know the Declaration of Independence is really just a very long prayer? We get into the waste of big governmental bureaucracies and bad judges, the executive order by the president of the United States that was overturned by a Seattle judge, and the evolution of law. How much is the lie of evolution affecting our...

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Replace it with nothing!

Posted by on Mar 29, 2017 in Guest Writers | Comments Off on Replace it with nothing!

by Craig Roberts, CP Member – Wisconsin With the epic failure of the Republicans to repeal Obamacare, we at the Constitution Party say: We told you so! Yes, we said it. And you will be hearing “we told you so” much more in the coming years. For the entire presidential campaign we were told by “conservatives” that we must suspend our principles and vote for the Republican candidate in order to stop Hillary, instead of voting for an actual conservative candidate, Darrell Castle. After all, they said, “he can’t win.” Well, guess...

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It’s Time for Congress to Investigate the CIA Hacking Scandal

Posted by on Mar 27, 2017 in Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off on It’s Time for Congress to Investigate the CIA Hacking Scandal

With WikiLeaks providing hardware and software manufactures with technical details about the hacking tools the CIA developed — and lost — the manufactures are working to plug the holes. While that is happening, there may be the beginnings of a Congressional investigation into the CIA’s hacking activities. Almost as soon as WikiLeaks published a trove of documents and files revealing the size and scope of the CIA’s arsenal of cyber weapons and the fact that the CIA somehow lost control of that arsenal, Representative Ted Lieu...

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Texas law makers need to kick red light cameras to the curb!

Posted by on Mar 15, 2017 in Guest Writers | Comments Off on Texas law makers need to kick red light cameras to the curb!

When it comes to “no brainer” legislative items, a ban on automatic ticket cameras, like red light cameras should be a slam dunk. It’s not everyday that lawmakers get to champion a cause that is constitutional and popular at the same time! Outraged Texas voters of all political stripes like the ones in Conroe, Houston and Arlington have risen up to kick the cameras out of their cities. Camera vendors have been caught up in scandals including a federal bribery conviction, several studies show accidents increasing where...

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The Constitution Party: New Home of Christian Constitutional Conservatives

Posted by on Aug 27, 2016 in Guest Writers | Comments Off on The Constitution Party: New Home of Christian Constitutional Conservatives

I am a former supporter of Ted Cruz for President.Ted Cruz is no longer a candidate for President in this election. I witnessed the antics against his bravery demonstrated at the Republican National Convention, and their rules changes which have finalized the long-term process of the Republican Party establishment becoming the mirror image of the corrupt Democrat Party establishment. As a result, as Ronald Reagan once said about the Democrat Party leaving him, I have taken note that the Republican Party has left me, and I have seen fit to...

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The Tax Army Is Three Times Larger than the US Army

Posted by on Jul 23, 2016 in Guest Writers, Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Tax Army Is Three Times Larger than the US Army

The Office of Management and Budget has released new data on the amount of time Americans spend complying with the federal tax code. Tax Foundation summarizes the data here. Individuals and businesses spend 8.9 billion hours a year on federal tax paperwork, which is equivalent to 4.3 million people working full-time and year-round on this unproductive activity. That “tax army” is three times larger than our uniformed military of 1.4 million active duty service members. The burden of tax paperwork can be expressed in dollars. Based on the...

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What Are We Celebrating?

Posted by on Jul 5, 2016 in Guest Writers | Comments Off on What Are We Celebrating?

There was a time when the Fourth of July meant something more than a three-day weekend. Speeches, writings and commemorative ceremonies reminded us of the origins and greatness of America. No matter where in the world our ancestors came from, we today are almost invariably better off because they came to America. Independence Day signified much more than one country announcing its independence from another on July 4, 1776. It represented a new form of government — freer and more accountable to its own people than the monarchies common...

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