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Extremism ReportOur government is openly condemning conservatives for what we believe. On April 7, the Extremism and Radicalization Branch of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued an “Assessment” entitled, Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment. This report should be of great concern to all Americans – for many reasons. Among them, our federal government promises to monitor groups and individuals based on their thoughts and beliefs. The report makes no distinction between those who advocate violence and those who promote and uphold constitutional principles.

The Assessment is troubling because its charges are based on conjecture, with no statistics or research to substantiate its claims. The Assessment warns against conservative thought – specifically beliefs in national sovereignty, border security, 2nd Amendment rights, and a pro-life advocacy – as a rallying point for the perpetuation of more conservative thought. Read the rest of this entry »

When Americans go to the polls on Election Day, looking over our shoulders and judging the process by which we cast our votes will be foreign election monitors. They’ll be here at the invitation of the State Department to certify for the world the legitimacy of our election. Sadly, there are those in the United States who believe foreign monitors are needed to validate the election result. Read the rest of this entry »

By what authority will we be governed? The question is increasingly important as activists demand greater U.S. compliance with institutions of global governance. America’s national defense is subject to UN Security Council approval, liberals argue. U.S. navigation and exploration of the oceans must conform to the Law of the Sea Treaty and the UN’s International Seabed Authority. Lawyers at the World Trade Organization make the rules for international commerce. Read the rest of this entry »