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By Special Contributor | November 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Koch Brothers Finally Came Through With a Sweet Donation
By Tom McCabe

We can no longer honestly say the Kochs don’t support the Freedom Foundation. They gave us a gift that keeps on giving.

Just a random sampling of our favorite hits includes:We at the Freedom Foundation are routinely pounded by the media, the unions and the Left for the …

By Special Contributor | November 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Foster Friess

So states Rabbi Aryeh Spero, a man I have met and respect. I plead that you send his message to your pastor and every Christian leader you know.

Rabbi Spero asks, “Who will be the Christian religious leader who will boldly assert that it is a Christian principle, a religious obligation, to wage war to defend oneself from merciless attackers?”

I am not a Christian leader but I am a profound sinner whose heart is being transformed, slowly, since I …

By Special Contributor | November 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Ultimate Compact for America Pitch!
What Would Don Draper Say About the Best Article V Approach?

​Why the Compact for America approach makes the most sense:


The Compact approach was designed specifically to ratify a powerful constitutional amendment in as few as twelve months!

With 2 states already on board, the Compact approach is only 36 state enactments, 1 congressional resolution, and one …

By Special Contributor | November 10, 2014 | 2 Comments

Just Nullify It!

by Don Hank

Facts and statistics on the alarming numbers of Americans killed by illegal aliens have been published from time to time, such as  here, and in this list of victims of illegal aliens. In the list of the 13 most dangerous gangs in America published by Business Insider, all of ten have names in Spanish. The most dangerous gang in …

By Special Contributor | November 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

Freedom Foundation and SEIU President David Rolf Agree on Something

Glen Morgan
Grassroots Director

We agree with David Rolf, president of SEIU 775, when he says, “If right-to-work passing in Michigan isn’t Lenin’s statue coming down in Red Square, I don’t know what is.”

They staged a hunger strike and campout in the middle of campus, and I helped organize a barbecue to feed the homeless right …

By Special Contributor | November 9, 2014 | 2 Comments

By Janet Levy

In 2005, then Secretary General of the U.N. Kofi Annan observed that while the U.N. previously dealt only with governments, in the interest of global peace and prosperity the United Nations should extend its reach and partner directly with the business community, civil society and international organizations.  He envisioned the elimination of state sovereignty and nationalism to make way for global citizenship, ushering in a borderless world run by a U.N.-centered, international bureaucracy.  This world government with international institutions, …

By Special Contributor | November 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dear Colleagues, Compact for America Supporters, Sponsors, Donors, and Statesmen:

Over 200 years ago, Thomas Jefferson observed in a letter to a friend:

I wish it were possible to obtain a single amendment to our constitution; I would be willing to depend on that alone for the reduction of the administration of our government to the genuine principles of its constitution. I mean an additional article taking from the federal government the power of borrowing.

Today, I respectfully submit to you, it is …

By Special Contributor | November 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Foster Friess

There ARE things WE can do, and SHOULD do, and in fact MUST do to help the Kurds.

Providing humanitarian relief is obvious….blankets, kerosene heaters, tents…..

But providing the ability to defend themselves is even more important….Dead people don’t need blankets.

It is urgent you exercise every bit of influence you may have to change the policy of our US government to deny direct shipment of serious arms…..anti-tank weapons, tanks themselves, armed helicopters, body armor, mortars, artillery, armored personnel carriers—to the Kurdish Peshmerga forces …

By Special Contributor | October 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

By John T Wheeler

In the last few days I have seen a couple of TV shows that have some relevance to the political climate in both Arizona and Nationally.

I am what is referred to as a Foodie. I watch copious hours of TV on Food, but also on “Rescue” type shows because of my background in Customer Service.

On this week’s episode of “Hungry Games” (Food Network) Chef Richard Blais ran an experiment. He pulverized salmon into a creamy texture to …

By Special Contributor | October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Motzei Shabbat (After Shabbat)

By Arlene Kushner

“What Is He Talking About?”

We have just completed the holiday of Sukkot, during which time we live in sukkahs.  While conforming to certain specifications, a sukkah is in its essence a temporary and thus fragile structure.

Credit: Mishpacha

This comes to remind us that what protects us is not the walls of the sukkah, but the embrace of the Almighty. And I believe that now, especially, this is a lesson we need to carry with us: …