Daniel Horowitz: Happy Constitution Day

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Happy Constitution Day 

Daniel Horowitz, Breitbart News, September 17, 2014


Today, we celebrate the 227th anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution, but so many people will never know it. Because many Americans never studied why our founding documents are so unique, and they never learned the importance of our Constitutional Republic.

This lack of appreciation for our Constitution is why our original system of government is hardly recognizable. Most Americans living in the 21st century fail to appreciate the superiority of the American system of government. After all, there are many “liberal democracies” in the world that are not governed by dictators or monarchs, what is so unique about our form of democracy?

But the gradual erosion of freedom in this country over the past half century, culminating with the Obama presidency presents us with an opportune moment to hearken back to our founding principles and explore…

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PLUNKETT: Mississippi’s Reality for the High-Brow Crowd

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BY: B. Keith Plunkett @Keithplunkett

In an August 12 Op-Ed in the New York Times (The South’s Lesson for the Tea Party), Curtis Wilkie resorts to an often used accusation by progressives attempting to pigeon hole the conservative populism of the TEA Party. More specifically, he argues that his fellow Southerners who have found kindred spirits in a movement towards limited government are nothing more than a resurrection of the angry white masses of our past. Nothing could be further from the truth, and it shows how far removed Mr. Wilkie is from the reality of working class Mississippians.

Photo: news.olemiss.edu

Mr. Wilkie is originally from Greenville. He is now a fellow in the Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics at Ole Miss after traveling the world as a writer, reporter and historian. He also served a stint as a legislative aide to Democrat Senator Walter Mondale.

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A Mississippian’s Reply to Ann Coulter

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In recent weeks we have seen two columns by “conservative” columnist Ann Coulter about the current controversy over the Mississippi Senate race.  Allow me to finally reply to this opportunistic, money-grubbing Establishment hack masquerading as a conservative:

Ann, in your first piece on July 9, you condemned Senator Chris McDaniel for fighting against what is massive corruption and you slander his supporters as “clowns and nuts” and the “sore loser brigade” for backing him.  You detailed many campaigns where Republicans had elections outright stolen from them, namely Richard Nixon, John Thune, and Bob Dornan, who took the supposed high road and did not challenge the results.

Yes, you are correct, those Republicans had elections stolen from them, and it’s quite likely that Romney was a victim as well, given some of the numbers in Ohio and elsewhere.  But what happened, Ann?  The Republicans did NOT fight back and, as a result…

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GOPe Would Rather Lose to Obama than Let Conservative Base Win.

A Time For Choosing

By Isabel Matos

1. NOUN – a person who is eccentric, unrealistic, or fanatical.
2. ADJECTIVE – eccentric; impractical; fanatical: crackpot ideas.

Rick Shaft says the GOP establishment calls the base nuts and kooks. It’s how they think. The disconnect is an attitude that is contemptuous of people of faith (us):  patronizing and condescending about the sanctity of life, gay marriage. He says the GOPe also uses the term crackpots, talks about keeping us “in line” and criticizes us for religious beliefs. The people who vote for Obama get what they want, our side make excuses for not doing what we voted them in to do.

Regarding the tie from the Barbours to the race-baiting ads, what really is offending people is not the elections results, it’s that the dollars as donors to the Republican committees are being used to pay for ads which are attacking conservatives. They…

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SOWELL: McDaniel fights to restore voting integrity

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By: Grant Sowell

Team Cochran and statewide news media continue posting disinformation about Chris McDaniel even after the runoff. Thad spokesman Jordan Russell says they are moving on from the circus McDaniel created.

To suggest McDaniel started the circus is misleading, considering it was Team Cochran who had a paid staffer arrested for stealing McDaniel signs while also serving as GOP vice-chair of DeSoto County. It’s Team Cochran facing multiple allegations of illegal vote-buying, crossover votes, FEC violations, questionable bank loans and more.

The Daily Journal gave their opinion (July 22) stating that it’s highly irresponsible for Chris McDaniel to claim the election was “stolen” without detailed evidence. However, he is still gathering evidence with a challenge expected soon. They say McDaniel appears determined to continue his righteous crusade sideshow while most Mississippians are ready to move on except for some die-hard McDaniel supporters. What’s irresponsible is to suggest without…

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Forbidden Report Exposes Top Republicans and Democrats Who Funded Cochran’s Racist Hate Campaign in MS

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Nuke Black and White

By Gary P Jackson

If you’ve been following the June 24th run-off election between worthless crapweasel Thad Cochran, who has been in the Senate for over 40 years, and Mississippi State Senator, and Tea Party favorite, Chris McDaniel, you know the kind of greasy, lying, racist, hate campaign was run by Team Cochran.

You know that Cochran ran ads aimed at black democrats in Mississippi claiming if McDaniel and the Tea Party won, they’d take away black people’s right to vote. They accused McDaniel of being associated with the KKK [a group created and supported by the democrat party] and much more.

You also know thanks to Cochran’s actions that democrats in mostly black precincts vote in huge numbers in the election. Something the Cochran campaign, and national Republican leaders have celebrated as a great “outreach” effort.

You should know, and understand, that in Mississippi, like other states…

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Mississippi Burning: 3300! Cochran to Resign? True The Vote Sues, Barbour Investigated, and More!

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By Gary P Jackson

I lot has happened in the last 24 hours, more than I can keep up with, even after pulling an all-nighter!

****For starters, the McDaniel campaign has now identified 3300 illegal votes with only half of the counties canvased. It seems highly likely they may find enough invalidated votes to overturn the results of the election, especially if what has been said about absentee votes is true.

Of course, McDaniel doesn’t actually need to find enough illegal votes to overturn the election, to prevail here. You see,they as backwards as Mississippi’s voting system seems to be, they actually have very strong laws against vote fraud, laws with teeth!

There’s an interesting concept here at play. By law, all Chris McDaniel has to do is provide enough evidence of fraud to taint the vote. In Mississippi the evidence of significant fraud can force a new election…

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CONFIRMED: Former GOP Governor Haley Barbour Behind Racist Anti-Tea Party Pro-Cochran Ads

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Boss Hogg

By Gary P Jackson

It’s not like we didn’t already know this, but now there is proof Haley “Boss Hogg” Barbour, the former Mississippi Governor, K-Street Lobbyist, and former Chairman of the Republican National Committee, is the one behind those racist attack ads on Chris McDaniel and the Tea Party.

From Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit:

FOX News reporter Ainsley Earhardt broke the news tonight on Hannity that that the racist, anti-Tea Party pro-Cochran ads that played on black radio stations in Mississippi were paid for by former Republican governor Haley Barbour’s super-PAC.

Haley Barbour‘s PACCitizens for Progress” reportedly paid at least one radio station to run the racist ads.

Three radio ads were played on a predominantly black radio station.
Paid for by Republicans to attack Chris McDaniel and the Tea Party.

Haley Barbour‘s group also paid for the racist robocalls in Mississippi urging Democrats…

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