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“We as representatives of the South Los Angeles Inglewood Republican Assembly—denounce Congressman Brad Sherman

“We as representatives of the South Los Angeles Inglewood Republican Assembly—denounce Congressman Brad Sherman

“We as representatives of the South Los Angeles Inglewood Republican Assembly—denounce Congressman Brad Sherman: “We as representatives of the South Los Angeles Inglewood Republican Assembly—are gathered here this Monday afternoon on July 17, 2017, to confront allegations made by United States Congressman Brad Sherman, that President Trump has obstructed justice, and must therefore be impeached.  […]

Rep. Sherman of California introduces articles of impeachment against Trump

Rep. Sherman of California introduces articles of impeachment against Trump

LOS ANGELES —Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., has introduced articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, making good on a promise he made to move the process forward. Sherman, an 11-term Democrat who represents part of the San Fernando Valley, was the first to draft and circulate articles of impeachment last month. He formally introduced the […]

Is Hope an Impeachable Offense?

Is Hope an Impeachable Offense?

. by Phil Erwin The Left was desperately hoping James Comey’s testimony before Congress would provide all the ammunition necessary to drop the Impeachment hammer on President Trump. All the Left has now is desperation. Comey came across as weak, equivocating, obsequious, bitter – just another back-stabbing, backside-covering, out-for-himself Swamp-dweller. Hardly a surprise. So, what […]

Alan Keyes: Impeachment–Congress’s cowardice

Alan Keyes: Impeachment–Congress’s cowardice

By Alan Keyes From their inception as a nation, the people of the United States have upheld a standard of God-endowed unalienable right. In light of that standard, they recognize and mutually commit to respect the provisions of “the laws of nature and of nature’s God” by which human beings are bound to do what […]

Amnesty hidden in trillion dollar “Omnibus Spending Bill?”

Amnesty hidden in trillion dollar “Omnibus Spending Bill?”

By George Miller At one time, Congress put forth a series of spending bills on different topics, each designed to support, with spending authorizations, what they wanted done. In recent years, because of gridlock in agreeing on priorities and the resulting delays, that has not occurred. Instead, massive catch-all “omnibus” bills have been created to […]