By Rachel Alexander, The Stream - After 30 hours of televised impeachment hearings, voters aren’t changing their minds. A poll conducted in Wisconsin, a swing state, during the first week of the hearings revealed that more expressed opposition than support for impeachment and removal, 53% to 40%. Those figures were largely unchanged from October. Another poll found that opposition nearly doubled during that period, from a seven-point margin to a 13-point margin. Less than half of all voters support impeachment.
By Allen West, CNSNews - It is as Thomas Jefferson, the author of our Declaration of Independence and third president, stated. America is becoming divided between the major population centers, “The Capitol”, and the rural areas, “The Districts.” And it is in these population centers where the elitists reside, and as Jefferson asserted, the corruption exists. We must be honest, the greatest failures of governance in America is found in these urban population centers…controlled by the progressive socialist left.
By Francis Lee, Crisis Magazine - Let us heed what Augustine defined in The City of God as a community: “A ‘people’ is an assembled multitude of rational creatures bound together by a common agreement as to the objects of their love… the better the objects of this agreement, the better the people; and the worse the objects, the worse the people.”… The administration must ask itself if Satanic services or black masses will truly better the Brigade of Midshipmen in their moral character. If they answer No—as I hope and pray that they will—they should prohibit such activity and prepare to defend their rightful position, even if the obvious legal outcome is defeat.
By Gamaliel Isaac, American Thinker - "Climate crisis" and "climate emergency" are replacing the neutral-sounding "climate change." Then there's the threatening "extreme weather," which has become a major focus as warming has stalled over the last two decades. Climate alarmists blame rising, man-made CO2 emissions for supposedly ever more frequent and intense hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanic activity, drought, flooding, and snowstorms.