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Those within the Tea Party movement should not be surprised by Rep. Eric Cantor’s loss simply because of where we currently stand as a country. We have not had a jobless recovery, despite what Barack Obama says, and Virginian’s (just like the rest of America) are trying to figure out how to put food on… Read More →

Leadership. Something we as Americans are thirsty for. After living through the last 6 years of blaming others, apologies which are later taken back, and lie after lie being told by those within this Administration, it is easy to see why Americans might have the lowest sense of moral and confidence in what a leader… Read More →

In an exclusive interview with TPNN, one of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s unit members stepped forward to slam President Obama’s and the administration’s handling of his former comrade. Private First Class Joey Cox is the first of those who served alongside Bergdahl in the 501st Airborne Infantry Regiment to step forward and comment on the prisoner… Read More →

After the Constitution was written in 1787, each member of Congress represented at most 30,000 people.  If someone wanted to be considered for that election, he just announced his candidacy, and although there might be something of a campaign, there was no need for massive, expensive media initiatives to introduce the challenger to the voters. … Read More →

In Casablanca, Captain Renault feigns surprise by famously declaring, “I’m shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in here!”  Moments later, a croupier hands Renault a pile of money, saying, “Your winnings, sir.” Just as Renault wasn’t really surprised that Rick’s Café would break the law, none of us can be surprised this… Read More →

When George Mallory was asked in 1924 why he wanted to climb Mount Everest, he snapped, “Because it is there.”  Fourteen years later, Adolf Hitler might well have given the same answer if asked why he wanted to annex the Sudetenland.  And nearly a century later, Vladimir Putin is swallowing up the Crimea for the… Read More →

TPNN’s Greg Campbell also contributed to this article. On December 16th, 1773, colonists stormed Boston Harbor to destroy shipments of tea to protest actions by an out-of-control government that held a stranglehold on the lives and liberty of American colonists. The event became known as the Boston Tea Party.  The act lasted but a few minutes… Read More →

Our country has been blessed to be led by great men of intelligence, strategy and ethics.  However, our country has also suffered during administrations, which were plagued by bad decisions and scandal.  Buchanan’s pre-civil war inactivity, Harding’s Tea Pot Dome scandal, Grant’s bought off Administration, and Johnson’s escalation of the Vietnam War are just a… Read More →

Last week, our nation’s genius Vice President Joe Biden offered a statement that alienated some of his most loyal fans.  “If I blindfolded someone and took them at 2:00 in the morning into the airport in Hong Kong and said ‘where do you think you are,’ they’d say, ‘this must be America, it’s a modern… Read More →

Back in December, France’s lower house of parliament voted to make prostitution a crime for those who pay for sex, subject to a fine of €1,500 ($2,030) for a first offense and €3,750 thereafter.  This new law follows similar laws in Sweden, Finland and Norway to restrict prostitution.  Even Germany is now having second thoughts… Read More →

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