The Field Where Liberty Was Sown

Mark Steyn Steyn Online 6/15/2015

The most important anniversary this year falls on Monday June 15th, marking the day, eight centuries ago, when a king found himself in a muddy field on the River Thames near Windsor Castle with the great foundational document of modern liberty under his nose and awaiting his seal. Here’s what […]

799 years ago today...

Ted Cruz Facebook 6/15/2014

799 years ago today a band of English barons forced the despotic King John to grant rights to “all the freeman in our kingdom” in a document that became a catalyst for freedom for millions of people around the world.

Magna Carta, as it is known, represented a revolution in governance. […]

Montanans Launch Recall of Senators Who Approved NDAA Military Detention

…Merry Christmas, US Senate

Ralph Lopez Daily Kos 12/25/2011

Disclaimer: I am now a volunteer press contact for this campaign.

From the press release:

Moving quickly on Christmas Day after the US Senate voted 86 – 14 to pass the National Defense Authorization Act of 2011 (NDAA) which allows for the indefinite military detention […]

Barack Hussein Obama and Indonesia: there’s no place like home

Daily Mail [UK] 22 March 2010

Now that President Obama has done enough back-room deals to get the Democrats’ health care legislation through the House of Representatives, he can resume making plans for a visit to his childhood home, Indonesia. The trip was on for this week, but the White House cancelled it so […]