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Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day! 241 years of being Liberty’s beacon in the world
Memorial Day Flags on the Circle in Georgetown, DE in remembrance of America’s fallen veterans. The commemoration is sponsored annually in various locations in the First State by local Rotary Clubs.

Delaware going Backwards

Sadly, Delaware is going backward. One would think that the legislature would be focused upon the severe budgetary crisis, but apparently, an undiscovered need to rip away basic informed consent protections for women evaluating abortion and eliminating protection after 20 weeks for the unborn child is paramount. It is time for good people to consider running for the legislature. This bill passed by 1 vote in the Senate and 2 in the House. I am doing several things to change the dynamic. Stay tuned to this blog, but first for my hardcore activist is an action group, the Delaware Republican Conservative Caucus.  Click and apply. The state of Delaware is in a challenging situation. The good news is that challenges are made to be met. I did not start this group, but I intend to reactivate it because now is our time. We have strong new leadership at the state level in the GOP. The Democrats Read more

Rally for Life today

Thought of the day, we live in a country where birth control can be had for $10 for 3 months and condoms are a few dollars a box. How is there an excuse for abortion on demand, let alone late term abortion like SB 5 permits? Excluding the moral travesty of taking an innocent human life, it doesn’t make economic sense. Every surgical abortion stops a beating heart. It is a heart that wants to beat for love, justice, opportunity and hope. We are not just aborting their lives, but what makes us civilized.

Stand today for life with your fellow citizens in the Rally for Life.

Memorial Day Reflections

Americans have forgotten who are its heroes. The men and women who gave "the last full measure of devotion" to this country are its truest heroes". Today is not national barbecue day (nothing is ever wrong with a barbecue). Today is Memorial Day. Please take a moment to go to an event or watch a video and discuss it with someone. Let's love America and show it by respecting those whose blood have given it life. As a Veteran, who has seen the price paid by young men who made it back home via dignified transfer ceremonies, I consider it a mission to ensure they are never forgotten. We have a life of relative ease here only because of the sacrifice made to protect if from those who would enslave us. Have a reflective Memorial Day. Read more

Marchers for Science Welfare–Remember this

13 Most Ridiculous Predictions Made on Earth Day, 1970 Behold the coming apocalypse, as predicted on and around Earth Day, 1970: “In a decade, urban dwellers will have to wear gas masks to survive air pollution… by 1985 air pollution will have reduced the amount of sunlight reaching earth by one half.” — Life magazine “At the present rate of nitrogen buildup, it’s only a matter of time before light will be filtered out of the atmosphere and none of our land will be usable.” — Ecologist Kenneth Watt “Demographers agree almost unanimously on the following grim timetable: by 1975 widespread famines will begin in India; these will spread by 1990 to include all of India, Pakistan, China and the Near East, Africa. By the year 2000, or conceivably sooner, South and Central America will exist under famine conditions…. By the year 2000, thirty years from now, the entire world, Read more

Assad Lost His Mind and Maybe His War

Is Assad stupid? He had finally achieved getting the U.S. to tolerate him which with his Russian ally means victory. After all Assad is better than ISIS. Now he sabotaged himself.

President Trump enforced the Obama red line. I support him. It was measured and contained. It doesn’t commit us to war, which only Congress can do.

The world is on notice. America is willing to enforce humanitarian norms. I wonder what is next.

Poliquin Files for Dover City Council

Ronald  Poliquin’s Campaign Announcement FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 7, 2017 Poliquin files to run for City of Dover 1st District Council Seat “I will advocate for taxpayers” Dover, Del. – Ronald G. Poliquin filed with the City of Dover Clerk’s office to run for the city council seat that was vacated after Jim Hosfelt was elected to the Kent County Levy Court. The Special Election is scheduled for Tuesday, May 16, 2017. “My main priority is to stand up for taxpayers.” said Poliquin. “We need to hold the line on taxes, squeeze out government waste, and implement initiatives to create new jobs in Dover.” “I also plan to continue the tradition of outstanding constituent services set by former council members Jim Hosfelt and Beverly Williams.” As an attorney, Poliquin successfully litigated a groundbreaking Taxpayer Rights lawsuit[1] declaring over $200 Read more

Trump’s Immigration EO Struck Down By Hawaii District Judge Derrick Watson

U.S Constitution Says in, 8 U.S. Code Section 1182: Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate. Whenever the Attorney General finds that a commercial airline has failed to comply with regulations of the Attorney General relating to requirements of airlines for the detection of fraudulent documents used by passengers traveling to the United States (including the training of personnel in such detection), the Attorney General may suspend the entry of some or all aliens transported to the United States by such airline. It has appeared Read more

5th Annual Chili Cookoff for Charity Saturday

<p>Saturday, Feb. 25th Noon to 3 p. m. at Christian Life Center 614 S. DuPont Hwy. Dover, DE is the annual chili cookoff for charity sponsored by Councilman David Anderson.  Please share this, show up or send a donation. Please help our community outreach. <p>We need to raise money to pay for food on Saturday academy. These kids are giving up 5 hours on a Saturday to learn to be better people, math, science and more. Let's show these children that the community is behind them. Let's show them that your destiny is not determined by your family income but by your determination to achieve it. For more information about the organization http://www.mlkjrecc.org/ Read more

Carper Worries About Losing Delaware’s Federal Funding

By Don Ayotte The Loss Of Federal Funding Will Be Delaware’s Stature as an “Ad Hoc” Sanctuary State. Senator Carper should not be sniveling and whining about losing federal funding for environmental projects. He will lose our funding himself as well as Delaware’s Socialist Liberal Leadership for becoming an “Ad Hoc” sanctuary state. The citizens of our state have had to pay the price far too long for illegal aliens that have entered our great nation, in spite of our laws, under the administration of an underachieving slack-jawed President Obama. Delaware’s Liberal Leading Henchmen gladly jumped aboard the “Free-Wagontrain” of federal grants to our state, as long as they supported the “Sanctuary State” bandwagon that Obama forced on the American people. Well folks, the free ride is over for those of you who benefited in many ways at the Delaware Citizen’s Read more

Travel Pause Hysteria

The people who are calling the travel pause from 7 nations a Muslim ban are insulting Muslims. It is a pause to retool our screening to ban extremists and protect the majority. Is it good or bad? We shall see in 90 days. Everyone needs to take a breath. Turn off fake news CNN and read the actual orders. I have never seen a network be so irresponsible. Could President Trump's eventual policy be terrible? Yes. It could also be terrific or anywhere in between. There is nothing evil about 90 days to design new policies. Let's see the new policies. I know that the previous administration had been disgraceful. It recognized that Christians in Syria and Iraq were subjected to genocide and did nothing to allow them in. Why protest the guy doing the right thing? They are so misinformed, it is heartbreaking. The way to stop the disinformation is with real love. To protect Christians, you Read more

Trump’s Energetic First Week, Campaign Promises Being Fulfilled

Trump Enters The Arena, Taking The Bull By The Horns While a majority are extremely pleased with Trumps first week in office, the progressive left and other leftist women organizations seemed to have week-long protests, with women dressed in vile costumes, brandishing profane placards, while their male counterparts cheered them on. These protests would cause even the most liberal of parents to prohibit their small children from watching their disgusting antics as they are broadcast on national media. Immediately after being sworn in, the new President ordered federal agencies to ease the “regulatory burdens” of ObamaCare. Agencies were ordered to waive, defer, grant exemptions from or delay the implementation of any provision or requirement of Obamacare in hopes that this order will lower the burden on individuals, families and patients as the President and the Congress work Read more

Hold on to your car keys is the International Walking Charter Coming to Dover?

City staff brought a proposal to sign the Walk21 International Walking Charter. It is an effort to use local government to pressure people out of their cars by designing a city to be inhospitable to them. It is from the same fountain as Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030. Considering the fact Dover's Comprehensive Plan is due for revision in the upcoming year, this is worth noting . Are you skeptical? Well hold on to your car keys! Here are some gems from the International Walking Charter. This proposal seeks the following: Put people on foot at the heart of urban planning . Give slow transport modes such as walking and cycling priority over fast modes, and local traffic precedence over long - distance travel 􀂇 Improve land-use and spatial planning, ensuring that new housing, shops, business parks and public transport stops are located and designed so that people can reach them Read more

A Nation And A World Receives Message Of Hope, Peace And Unity

Trump Offers Message Of Greatness, Prosperity And Unity! President Donald J. Trump takes America by storm on his first day by including all Americans in his vision for America to "become great again." Crowds filled the Mall long before Trump was sworn in as America's 45th President. "We are one nation and their pain is our pain, their dreams are our dreams and their success our success. We share one heart, one home and one glorious destiny," Trump said during his inaugural address. A nation held its breath while Trump's 16 minute speech appeared to unite many, and provide the hope that has been lacking for nearly a decade. Inspiration seem to flow into the crowd as America's citizens cheered with tears of joy and thankfulness at he took the oath of office. "The oath of office I take today is an oath of allegiance to ALL Americans," said the new president, while millions Read more

Inauguaration Day Protesters or Sore Losers

Massive Protests and Demonstrations By Many Organizations Planned For Inauguration Day and Days Leading To It. Opponents of Donald Trump plan massive demonstrations for Inauguration Day in Washington DC along with other cities. They plan to block traffic and generally become a nuisance, create media coverage and generally show themselves as taking the phrase “sore loser” to a new high. According to news sources, Anti-Trump minions and haters plan to cause havoc using “blockade” tactics to cause massive disruptions at security checkpoints to a dance party outside the VP-elect Mike Pence’s house. An organization called #DisruptJ20 has announced various plans to cause as much disruption as possible at Trump’s inauguration as well as the days leading up to it. Local marijuana advocacy group DCMJ will begin handing out 4,200 free joints, (which is legal under DC law) to Read more

DE Governor’s Weekly Message: 11/18/2016

Celebrating Delaware’s Thriving Tourism Economy By: Linda Parkowski I’m Linda Parkowski, Delaware Tourism Director. Tourism is big business for Delaware. It’s a fact I share with people all over the state every day. Since 2009 tourism employment in Delaware is up 25 percent. The industry is currently responsible for 52,000 jobs in Delaware. It now produces $3 billion a year in economic impact for the state. That saves each Delaware household nearly $1,400 in taxes annually. This makes attracting visitors and their dollars to the state essential. One of the biggest efforts made in recent years to do that has been a new tourism branding for the state. When we rolled out “Visit Delaware: Endless Discoveries” in 2015, we wanted to spark possible visitors’ curiosity, lead on them on a journey of discovery. A part of that was television advertising in TV markets surrounding Read more

John Marino for Senate

He is a true conservative, has name recognition, did the hard work against an incumbent and should be the candidate for the 10th district special election. Everyone has a right to make their case to the party. No candidate is perfect. The fact is that Marino came within 300 votes of defeating a popular sitting senator. He knows the district and it likes him. He has the signs and volunteer infrastructure. In Delaware, many people run a few times before they win. Karen Peterson and Bill Roth, Mike Ramone, Nancy Wagner, Donna Stone and David Anderson all come to mind. The idea is for a candidate to take on a tough race, build and win. That is the way to win these tough races. You don't have a candidate take on the tough race then dump them and start fresh. It defeats everything that you just accomplished if you discovered a strong candidate. Democrats were so scared of Marino, Read more

Joy and Fear: President Elect Donald Trump

Joy and fear seem to be the two emotional poles that a President Donald Trump seems to evoke. May I say that the fear is overblown. The Democratic party has spent the last few months painting Trump to be a monster, KKK, sexual assaulter, and general bigot who is going to blow up the world. Some people actually believed it. He has to reassure them. He doesn't have to win them over right now, just show that he won't kill people, restore segregation, shutdown every mosque in America or round up people who look Hispanic. The 60 minutes interview Sunday was a good continuation of the tone he set with his victory speech and meeting with President Obama. Back when I was young, I was concerned about Reagan then in a month, he showed me that all of the media hype was wrong. Within two months, I was on board the Reagan train and never got off. He represented my values. I see a crack in Read more