Trump’s First State of the Union is the Start of a Golden Age in America

by Jack T. In case you missed it, President Trump just gave us a teaser to the upcoming golden age of America. Trump gave his first ever State of the Union address in a unifying tone, featuring historic policy proposals to be expected in the coming months. The full transcript can be read here. Trump started off by touting the economic growth that has occurred during his first year in office. The President talked about the rising wages, millions…

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New Poll Suggests That Americans Want Less Immigration

by Vincent Cucchiara The Harris polling company, in conjunction with the Harvard Political Science Department, released a poll with over 100 pages of response data to many common questions regarding the economy, as well as the performance of President Donald Trump. By far the most striking information contained in this poll is the overwhelming popular support for less Immigration. Several questions directly addressed issues surrounding both legal and illegal immigration, and the American public responded very consistently in all cases….

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A Year Under Trump: Victories and Losses

by Andrew Johnson and John Ford It has been one year since Trump’s inauguration, and Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) has flourished beautifully among the left — in an era where the percentage of negative media coverage for the President wavers around 90%, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find any coherent pieces not dripping with “progressive” dreck or unhinged hatred. While the mainstream media is busy retracting fake news stories, and the liberals are busy calling for impeachment or…

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The Media Loses It Over “S***hole Countries”

by Vincent Cucchiara President Donald J Trump has, once again, made international headlines by saying something well known to every single person not living under a rock. According to the New York Times piece on the subject, Trump, during a meeting to discuss immigration, made several statements questioning the need for immigration protections for foreign nationals several impoverished nations. The most notable of which, from the apparently quite exasperated President, was questioning why we need “all these people from…

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The Acquittal of Kate Steinle’s Murderer, a Slap in the Face for American Values

  by Kevin Fenchak I’m not just angry over the failure to convict illegal alien Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, I’m positively incandescent with fury. Let’s call it what it is – this piece of filth came into our nation illegally multiple times and was thrown out repeatedly, committing various crimes along the way and showing a hatred for Americans completely typical of third-world criminals. On his last and hopefully final return to our fair country, this degenerate picked up…

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Diversity as State Ideology: The Accelerating Death of Traditional America

by Kevin Fenchak America, a country once founded on national self-determination, has had its sovereignty swept out from under it in recent history. Most of the major developments in this trend have taken place well within living memory, from the gutting of domestic manufacturing in the name of free trade, to recent attempts to hand off internet regulations and copyright enforcement to international bodies and corporations. Far and away the most egregious of these betrayals has been the imposition…

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Students Express Outrage at the Possibility of Enforcing Immigration Law

by Vincent Cucchiara On Friday, 8 September, the Planned Parenthood Generation Action at PSU club organized to defend the rights of people who, presumably, have a right to live in this country only now that they’re outside a womb. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Tuesday that the federal government would be discontinuing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. DACA, an executive order designed to provide an exemption from deportation enforcement for children whose parents did not have…

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