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Quentin Kramer

Our ability to enforce immigration law rests on the First Amendment right of Freedom of Association. A President who ignores laws, then vetoes Congressional attempts to right the wrong, is no President. He’s a dictator, and a tyrant.

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Addressing some recent arguments against a Convention of States, including why nullification and an Article V aren’t mutually exclusive.

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Quentin Kramer

The Democrats ability to successfully block the DHS funding bill being debated in the Senate by filibustering it requires party line votes by Democrats. Will enough Democrats break ranks to let Republicans win cloture?

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Quentin Kramer

Both President Obama and Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch have talked about an obligation to work. This is a dangerous concept and should be rejected without a second thought.

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Quentin Kramer

The only thing winning the majority in the Senate did was give the Republicans the ability to decide which bills get filibustered. Is 60 votes the new requirement to get anything done in the Senate?

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Interpol chief points out that society confronts a poor choice when confronted with terrorism. Why arming the population makes more sense than creating security zones around soft targets.

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Three separate groups of activists met President Obama in Boise Idaho on January 21, 2015 to let Obama know their positions.