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Here Are the 6 Most Corrupt Congressmen of 2018

While the mainstream media and talking political heads attempt to tie President Trump to allegations of wrongdoing, the real culprits of political malfeasance go virtually unnoticed, according to a conservative-leaning watchdog group. Not surprising the group zeroed in on the two most proponent politicians within Congress, House Speaker Paul (the perpetual RINO) Ryan and (sleep-walker) […]

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Scott Claims Election Fraud In Florida

Perhaps no other state in the union behaves more like a third world “banana republic” during an election cycle than the “sunshine state.” You Might Like Who can forget the infamous year of the “hanging chad” during the 2000 presidential election between George W. Bush and Al Gore? By definition, a chad is a fragment […]

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Democrats Use Immigrants To Win Local Elections

Many immigrant noncitizens across the United States are registered to vote — sometimes without their knowledge or consent. Most of them are affiliated with the Democratic Party which leaves some conservatives wondering if the Left is orchestrating a long-term drive to legalize noncitizen voting at every level – federal, state, and local. In federal elections […]

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$310,000 Later, San Francisco Has 49 Voters

Recently news broke that San Francisco spent a whopping $310,000 of taxpayer money to set up a voter registration program for noncitizens to participate in local school board elections. This revelation is becoming a national scandal and political embarrassment for San Francisco legislators. You Might Like KPIX the CBS News 5 affiliate in the San […]

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7 Reasons To Vote In The Midterms

When it comes to voting in the 2018 fall midterms, all of us will become a statistic. We the people will either show up to vote – or not. Halfway through President Donald J. Trump’s term, the midterm elections offer another chance to express our political opinions about the way things are going here and […]

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Get Out The Vote Next Tuesday!

The U.S. midterm elections are scant days away and it is important for every eligible voter to turn out and cast a ballot. Our motto down on Conspiracy Street is, “If you don’t vote, you can’t complain later.” You Might Like That alone should get you to be among the first to vote on Tuesday, […]

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