Using Twitter is one of the easiest ways we can all make a difference in our fight for America. Though each individual’s efforts on Twitter might be small, when they’re all added together, we can make a huge difference in all sorts of battles. What is Twitter? In a nutshell, Twitter is an online message…

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One of the highest priorities in year 1 of the Trump Administration has been to enforce our laws, after years of ignoring politically inconvenient ones under former President Obama. In her latest column, Jenny Beth sees similarities between the alleged misdeeds of federal law enforcement officials investigating President Trump and the experience of Tea Party…

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The NFL has rejected a proposed television advertisement by a national veteran’s group which asks fans to show their respect during the national anthem. For the past few months, the NFL has generated controversy by permitting players to kneel during the national anthem or stay in the locker room. Many Americans are outraged by the…

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There are nearly 24 million hard-working Americans who participate in the “gig economy,” including Uber drivers, web designers, and contractor janitors. These are some of the smallest of small businesses and beginning next year, they will see large reductions in their taxable income thanks to President Trump’s historical tax reform. The National Review has the…

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Tea Party Patriots and our supporters would like to congratulate President Trump on a tremendous first year in office and we are grateful for all that we’ve accomplished together in 2017. As we move into 2018, we wanted to communicate a list of issues that are very important to the tea party movement and ensure that…

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As of Monday, an immigration law took effect in California, making it a sanctuary state and persistent opponent of President Trump’s immigration agenda. California has deliberately obstructed our country’s immigration laws and is jeopardizing the safety of Americans by passing a controversial law. The Daily Signal has the details: Under Brown’s leadership, California has become…

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The Senate Rules and Administration Committee released an itemized list of quietly settled harassment complaints and how much was used from its “shush fund” since 1998. The report revealed that $1.5 million of American tax dollars had been used in the chamber’s harassment settlements. The Daily Caller has the details: The report distinguishes between claims…

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For several years, Americans have been footing the bill to coverup lawmakers’ sexual harassment incidents and silence victims. Our government has fostered an environment that influences reprehensible behavior without fear of consequence and now expects the Congressional Accountability Act and mandatory sexual harassment training to solve the issue. USA Today has a compilation of what…

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