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Shirley Chisholm : My Bid for Presidency

Before Jessie, Before Barack, Before Hillary, there was Shirley Chisholm (1924-2005). She was the first black woman elected to the United States Congress (NY 12th District, serving 7 terms) and the first African-American to run for the Presidency of the United States in 1972. 9 more words


US Congress to Have Final Say on Iran Deal

The United States Congress will have a final say on any possible Iran nuclear deal

The United States Congress will have a final say on any possible nuclear deal with Iran, following an agreement reached with the White House for the support of a bipartisan bill that passed through the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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'Remarkably Spiteful Comment': Obama’s Preemptive Attack on Iran Deal Critics

Seth Mandel writes:

…Obama’s press conference this afternoon was notable for its tone. Though he was ostensibly announcing what he considers something of a diplomatic victory, he was agitated and defensive. 225 more words


Obama’s Blueprint for the Destruction of America: The Decimation of Military Leadership | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

Since even before Obama assumed the Presidency, his mere presence in the 2008 election was an affront to every member of Congress that has Presidential aspirations. 185 more words

"...The closest thing America has had in modern times to Patrick Henry or Thomas Jefferson is former Congressman Ron Paul...." ~ Chuck Baldwin -- Needed: The Third Continental Congress


…..As much as I hate to say it, it is becoming more and more clear that Washington, D.C., may not be fixable.

If that’s the case, it is only a matter of time before freedomists will be forced to do what freedomists have always been forced to do when facing a tyrannical juggernaut: declare independence. 362 more words

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