Going to be in Pittsburgh, PA this Saturday evening?
Enjoy free food? Free live entertainment? The company of committed fellow patriots? The chance to get involved in a cause we all care about?
Don’t overthink it. Just go to the Heinz History Center on Saturday August 20 from 7-9pm and enjoy Western Pennsylvania’s stop of the Defend Freedom Tour.
Gold star mom Karen Vaughn is one of several featured speakers, while Madison Rising—America’s most patriotic rock band—and country music star Ayla Brown will be performing. What an awesome way to spend a lovely late summer evening!
For more details and to register in advance for this family friendly event, click here.
So…hop on it! Plus, did I mention there’s FREE FOOD?
This year (2014) marks the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon Johnson’s launch of the War on Poverty. In January 1964,Johnson declared “unconditional war on poverty in America.” Since then, the taxpayers have spent $22 trillion on Johnson’s war. Adjusted for inflation, that’s three times the cost of all military wars since the American Revolution.
50 years later the rate of those in poverty is virtually unchanged. Time for a different approach?
“This is a person who has lied repeatedly. She lies about lying and now she lies about having lied about lying. This is the Clinton model which is to drag it out, to lawyer it up, to say whatever you need to to get through the next interview.” ~ Newt Gingrich
Time: 1430 hours (that’s 2:30pm for the civilians)
Place: Soldiers and Sailors Museum 4141 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, Pa 15213
Pennsylvania GOP The PA GOP is proud to announce the formation of a Veterans Task Force across the State of Pennsylvania. This Task Force is designed to better support our veterans and to help support our leadership that supports our veterans.
People often ask how I arrive at my conclusions about the innocence or guilt of Hillary Clinton related to all the lies and scandals. It is very simple. Let me use an example that was once explained to me by an old friend Dr. Robert Morey.
The house across the street was sold and has been empty for a year. One day you see a car in the driveway but no person. The next day you see the car and the lights are on in the house but you still see nobody. On day three you see the flag on the mail box up and the next day you see the garbage cans are put out and then put away. This goes on for weeks but you still have seen nobody. You would be very foolish to believe nobody lives in the previously vacant house across the street.
How many times are you going to hear from the FBI, Judicial Watch and others that Hillary is living in a web of lies before you believe it? If you are going to hold Trump accountable for things he says aren’t you going to hold Hillary account for the things she has done?
I have so far used the singular term, “e-mail server,” in describing the referral that began our investigation. It turns out to have been more complicated than that. Secretary Clinton used several different servers and administrators of those servers during her four years at the State Department, and used numerous mobile devices to view and send e-mail on that personal domain. As new servers and equipment were employed, older servers were taken out of service, stored, and decommissioned in various ways. Piecing all of that back together—to gain as full an understanding as possible of the ways in which personal e-mail was used for government work—has been a painstaking undertaking, requiring thousands of hours of effort.
For example, when one of Secretary Clinton’s original personal servers was decommissioned in 2013, the e-mail software was removed. Doing that didn’t remove the e-mail content, but it was like removing the frame from a huge finished jigsaw puzzle and dumping the pieces on the floor. The effect was that millions of e-mail fragments end up unsorted in the server’s unused—or “slack”—space. We searched through all of it to see what was there, and what parts of the puzzle could be put back together. ~ FBI Director Comey 5 Jul 2016
WASHINGTON — Hillary Rodham Clinton offered a selective accounting of her history on trade Thursday, leaving out her support for initiatives that have since become unpopular. She also offered a rosier view of the U.S. workforce than the numbers portray.