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HFL is Leaving FB

Dear Patriot, American Conventions and Hunt For Liberty are leaving Facebook. We haven’t been attacked or punished like some other folks, but we’ve recognized the inequity of controlled speech and the progressive ideology that they have had to suffer through. Facebook has recently offered ‘protection’ from ‘extremist’ folks who read and comment, like Hunt For…

States Successfully Cut Welfare

States Ending Ultra-Generous Welfare Are Doing Better in One Big Way, New Data Show As it turns out, getting the government out of the way does more good than any ‘stimulus’ scheme ever will. Brad Polumbo – June 29, 2021 Custom Map Created By FEE | Credit: MapChart.net We’ve got a new contender in the…

A Time for Choosing!

October 27, 1964 was turning point in Ronald Reagan’s life. The issues he noted in this speech were clear threats to America and this cancer is very present and alive today. This should be our turning point too. It’s time to stand up, show up, and speak up!

I Never Cared

By Henry P. McIntosh IV – June 28, 2021   I never cared if you are “gay” or whatever acronym you chose to call yourself, until you started shoving it down my throat. I never cared what color you are, until you started blaming me for your problems. I never cared about your political affiliation, until…

Convening a More Perfect Union

An essay of the history, value, and purpose of State Leaders convening to discuss national issues (repeated due to its critical nature in today’s America) By Mike Kapic, Neal Schuerer, Marcus Costantino – January 21, 2021 A More Perfect Union In the last decade, American’s approval of Congress has been hovering around 20% and a…

Phoenix Self-Government Convention

Fifty-fifth LegislatureFirst Regular Session COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT & ELECTIONSHOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AMENDMENTS TO S.C.R. 1010 (Reference to Senate engrossed resolution) Strike everything after the resolving clause and insert: “Whereas, the United States Constitution divides powers between the federal and state governments; and Whereas, this division in power was designed in part to enable state legislatures…

Legislators to the Rescue!

COURSE CORRECTING OUR NATIONAL GOVERNMENT State Legislators must save “We the People” from the Federal governmentby Colorado State Senator Kevin Lundberg (ret.) and Iowa State Senator Neal Schuerer (ret.) The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to…

Happy Fourth of July!

Our Noble Declaration of Independence    By Rodney Dodsworth – July 3, 2020     Independence Day makes Progressives squirm. They despise the principles of the American Revolution. If they could, their scotus judges would gut the Declaration as thoroughly as they have the Constitution. To them, our Noble Declaration, this expression of God-given reason subverts social justice; they…

Counties Want to Leave State

2 Nevada Counties Go ‘Constitutional’ BY ALEX NEWMAN – June 13, 2021  Elected officials have declared that the Bill of Rights will be upheld in their jurisdictions, even if it means standing against unconstitutional acts by state and federal authorities. According to a resolution approved in Elko County on June 2, abuse of the constitutionally protected…

News: West Looks Weak

The West Looks Weak     By Gary Bauer – June 14, 2021 Watching the G-7 leaders on the world stage this weekend was a reminder that the cultural and political elites of the West are tired and out of ideas. I hope communist China’s Xi Jinping and Russia’s Vladimir Putin weren’t watching. It was sad to see…

States Should Decide

States — not jurists — should decide on abortion restrictions By Hugh Hewitt – June 7, 2021 Sometime next year, the Supreme Court will decide whether to continue to find the right to abortion in the Constitution or give up on its deeply misguided, half-century-long effort. The court will have before it not just the case…

Virtue and Article V

Public Virtue & Article V Opponents Rodney Dodsworth    April 8, 2019    The Golden Age of Virtue, which Article V opponents attach to our early republics, never existed. This isn’t to say the literature and political writings by gentry and revolutionary leaders of the day did not appeal to virtue. After Benjamin Franklin wrote, “only a virtuous…

The Case for God

Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God By Eric Metaxas – March 25, 2015 The op-ed, “Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God,” was published in the Wall Street Journal on December 25, 2014. Since then, the article has garnered over 600,000 Facebook shares and more than 9,250 comments, making it, unofficially, the most popular article in Wall…

The Major Article V Myth Origin

How progressives promoted the ‘runaway convention’ myth to save judicial activism BY ROBERT NATELSON – 05/07/17 You may have heard alarms that if we hold a national convention for proposing constitutional amendments the gathering would be an uncontrollable constitutional convention (“con-con”) that could propose anything at all. The claim is called the “runaway scenario.” It has…

Reject Critical Race Theory

Background Information (from Heritage Took Kit) Critical race theory (CRT) makes race the lens through which its proponents analyze all aspects of American life. CRT underpins identity politics, an ongoing effort to reimagine the United States as a nation driven by racial groups, each with specific claims on victimization. Ultimately, CRT weakens the public and…

Kid’s Not Safe Face Masks

A Group Of Parents Sent Their Kids’ Face Masks to A Lab for Analysis. Here’s What They Found By Scott Morefield – Jun 15, 2021 We’ve been told for well over a year that widespread forced public masking should be implemented because, even if only moderately to slightly to negligibly effective at curbing the spread…