What can you, the patriotic American who believes in constitutional liberty and the values of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness do to protect yourself, your family and our country? One answer to that complex question is to download and read the free “Insurrection and Violence - A Citizen’s Guide” and then follow the advice they have assembled from experienced and proven analysts on intelligence, crime, politics, revolutionary warfare, history, survival, and trauma medicine.

Adam Laxalt, the former Republican attorney general and one of President Trump's campaign co-chairs in Nevada reacted this way when Democrats tried using COVID-19 regs to cancel Trump rallies in Reno and Las Vegas: Outrageous! @realDonaldTrump rally venues in NV canceled. Welcome to Sisolak’s Nevada – home of partisan political retribution. This is unprecedented – to cancel an incumbent President’s campaign stop inside 60 days of a major contested election in a swing state. This isn’t over!

It doesn’t take administering truth serum for 2020’s politicians to provide hints as to what they’ll do next year if they’re successful in the upcoming election. Democrats will use their power to (most likely) get rid of the filibuster and then quickly pass a liberal wish list of epic proportions. It’s up to conservatives to beat them in November.

If you had any doubts about the establishment media’s commitment to defeating President Trump’s bid for reelection this past week’s fabricated story of Trump disrespecting America’s fallen during the 75th anniversary of D-Day ceremonies should put those doubts to rest. But there’s another more insidious line of attack on Trump’s reelection that has begun to be implemented – sketchy polls showing Trump voters abandoning his candidacy.

Covington Catholic High School graduate Nick Sandmann, the MAGA hat clad teenager who was falsely accused by major media outlets of abusing a Native American activist in front of Lincoln Memorial, and subsequently won significant payouts from several of them, still remains a target of the Left. To give you a small taste of how truely vicious the Left is, they have now decided to follow him to college at Kentucky’s Transylvania University.

It’s just a couple days past Labor Day and already Democrats are going over the top in predicting Russia will help President Trump steal the election. There’s no evidence that Russian intelligence has infiltrated the American political machinery, yet it’s fun to spread preposterous notions of double-dealing and underhanded influence. They’ll stop at nothing to win.

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What can you, the patriotic American who believes in constitutional liberty and the values of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness do to protect yourself, your family and our country? One answer to that complex question is to download and read the free “Insurrection and Violence - A Citizen’s Guide” and then follow the advice they have assembled from experienced and proven analysts on intelligence, crime, politics, revolutionary warfare, history, survival, and trauma medicine.

Adam Laxalt, the former Republican attorney general and one of President Trump's campaign co-chairs in Nevada reacted this way when Democrats tried using COVID-19 regs to cancel Trump rallies in Reno and Las Vegas: Outrageous! @realDonaldTrump rally venues in NV canceled. Welcome to Sisolak’s Nevada – home of partisan political retribution. This is unprecedented – to cancel an incumbent President’s campaign stop inside 60 days of a major contested election in a swing state. This isn’t over!

It doesn’t take administering truth serum for 2020’s politicians to provide hints as to what they’ll do next year if they’re successful in the upcoming election. Democrats will use their power to (most likely) get rid of the filibuster and then quickly pass a liberal wish list of epic proportions. It’s up to conservatives to beat them in November.

If you had any doubts about the establishment media’s commitment to defeating President Trump’s bid for reelection this past week’s fabricated story of Trump disrespecting America’s fallen during the 75th anniversary of D-Day ceremonies should put those doubts to rest. But there’s another more insidious line of attack on Trump’s reelection that has begun to be implemented – sketchy polls showing Trump voters abandoning his candidacy.

Covington Catholic High School graduate Nick Sandmann, the MAGA hat clad teenager who was falsely accused by major media outlets of abusing a Native American activist in front of Lincoln Memorial, and subsequently won significant payouts from several of them, still remains a target of the Left. To give you a small taste of how truely vicious the Left is, they have now decided to follow him to college at Kentucky’s Transylvania University.

It’s just a couple days past Labor Day and already Democrats are going over the top in predicting Russia will help President Trump steal the election. There’s no evidence that Russian intelligence has infiltrated the American political machinery, yet it’s fun to spread preposterous notions of double-dealing and underhanded influence. They’ll stop at nothing to win.

Civil wars do not develop overnight. It takes years, even decades, for revolutionary movements to grow, sapping the morale of the established order and concealing their ultimate goals until they reach enough strength. Then the pent-up political bubble bursts. We are at that final stage today. The bubble has burst and revolution in the form of civil war has come to America. You can deny it but that doesn’t stop it from happening. Or, as the saying goes, you can run but you can’t hide.

PILF President and General Counsel J. Christian Adams said after filing a court brief in July. “We should be talking about how to strengthen our systems against misdeeds done out of the sight of election officials in 2020 instead of defending an imperfect system from total ruin. The plaintiffs are only raising the threat of worsening the settled fact that voter fraud is most common in the mail.”

If you asked the average person whether he or she would rather have a president who validates their political views or dwells on “civility” and getting along with the opposition at the expense of good policy, the majority would choose the former. In November, Americans will choose the candidate with accomplishments and leave the niceties to someone else.

Republicans assume they are facing the conventional Election Day threats of being inundated with mail-in ballots and garden variety vote fraud. All those things will happen, but they are not what will determine the outcome of the election in the Democrats’ favor. To get rid of President Trump and to seize power permanently Democrats will rely on the principles of unconventional warfare. Here's how it will work.

If you scored 100 percent in agreement, then you can legally attack supporters of President Trump outside the White House and you are a Democrat in good-standing. Therefore, you can get secret funding, have all your bills paid, and stay in 5-star hotels while flying around the country burning down buildings – all paid for by a former Democrat presidential candidate.

With the campaign seemingly having started months ago, Labor Day will not mark the beginning of the presidential election season this year. Joe Biden says he’s planning to start campaigning like a normal candidate would, but there are questions on how much he can handle. Meanwhile, Trump has seized the initiative. It will be bumpy from here on out.

Front Page Headlines

  • Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times

    BLM has been welcomed throughout corporate America whose leadership is terrified of being branded as racist. It’s almost as if they wished for their own demise. And corporate America is not alone. BLM and its allies, including the mega-violent antifa, have done a brilliant job of hiding the football (how appropriate), enlisting many sports stars and entertainment celebrities in their support. American corporations sensibly abjured controversial political stands in order not to alienate significant parts of the public. Now they take those positions with impunity.

  • Scott McKay, The American Spectator

    Millions of fans will turn into hundreds of thousands. College football fans will head for fishing holes and hunting leases. College sports is a luxury item. Not a necessity. And the social-justice Left, which ruins everything it touches, has its hands on pro and college sports like Joe Biden on a 12-year-old. All that’s left is to watch the stadiums empty and the advertisers drop out. Herbstreit killed college football on Saturday. Americans have no patience for struggle sessions. The Cultural Revolution is one thing Americans simply won’t buy from China.

  • Ned Ryun, American Greatness

    Right now, the 2020 presidential race is very tight. Trump actually gets the nod for a slim lead. First, never, ever underestimate the power of incumbency: only five presidents have lost their reelection bid since 1900. Trump has a dedicated base of supporters and, because of structural advantages in the Electoral College, is in the pole position. But it’s the models and economic indicators that have proven reliable over multiple presidential elections that should give Democrats and their lying mainstream media propagandists pause. It is a very real race.

  • Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

    Journalists know their reporting is for the public, who are final arbiters of its value. Saying of anonymous gossip, “I can be trusted, I trust my sources, so you can trust them,” is the height of begging the question. No, we don’t automatically trust “journalists.” Ultimately, The Atlantic magazine hoax does reveal something important about Mr. Trump: His deranged opponents needed to fabricate a story in order to attack him on his record with the military and veterans, revealing even they recognize his unparalleled success. Without lies, they have nothing.

  • Editors, Washington Examiner

    Even a safe and effective vaccine may not work for everybody. So the only way to succeed is for a large enough percentage of the population to take the vaccine to achieve herd immunity. Harris’s comments, even if she backtracks, fuel distrust. Now, even if the FDA approves a vaccine and public health officials vouch for it, people will be more suspicious of whether they were pressured into doing so and whether dissenting voices were “muzzled.” And what happens if Trump is reelected? Any vaccine released over the next four years would be greeted with similar suspicions.

  • Tim Graham, CNS News

    The Atlantic launched a fall-campaign fusillade with anonymous sources claiming President Donald Trump callously trashed America's war dead as "losers" and "suckers," and it is being celebrated by the pro-Biden news media. The Atlantic is "respected" and "venerable" and "at the zenith of its influence." Editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg lauded his magazine bosses as "excellent owners who value editorial independence and integrity." That's ridiculous. After the article came out, Joe Biden held a press briefing and called first on Edward-Isaac Dovere of The Atlantic.

  • Robert Stacy McCain, The American Spectator

    Nobody in the national media ever calls attention to justified officer involved shootings. Public safety requires armed police, who risk their lives in those frightening moments when they confront dangerous criminals. Cops are the front-line troops who protect us all from crime. It is irresponsible — and demonstrably false — for Biden and his allies to accuse heroic law-enforcement officers of being agents of “systemic racism,” just for the sake of winning an election. Every American must hope that voters of all races will reject this hateful message.

  • Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

    The fact is no one is moving to Biden. No one is saying “Sure, I love Trump’s leadership in foreign policy, his rebuild of the military, his ending endless wars, his tax cuts, the economy, the regulatory reform, the protection of speech, religious and gun rights, and the conservative judges, but, you know, then The Atlantic came along and assured us that four anonymous sources implied that Trump was insufficiently reverent toward some guys who were in World War I and now I have no choice but elect the Marxist marionette who can’t keep his fingers to himself.”

  • Cal Thomas, Washington Times

    The American government will soon reach a debt level equaling its entire gross domestic product. It is far too easy an excuse to blame a virus for politicians of both parties to stop spending and reduce debt. The federal government continues to take in record amounts of revenue, but it goes out the Treasury’s door as fast as it comes in, riding the crest of a wave of borrowed money because very few in Washington ever speak of the harm debt causes. The sole interest of too many politicians is reelection and spending is their ticket to electoral success.

  • Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist

    The media and the Democrats may not like it, but this race is clearly different from where it was at the end of June, where Trump’s job approval had been going down for three straight months and he bottomed out at 41 percent in the RealClearPolitics average. Today Trump’s job approval is on a three-month upswing and is over 44 percent in the RealClearPolitics average. Three points may not seem like a lot, but in the real world where the critical battleground states will likely be decided by less than that amount, three points are the difference between winning and losing.

  • Byron York, Washington Examiner

    Democrats are trying to convince Americans that Trump was really guilty, that collusion was really a thing, and that law enforcement and journalists were right to obsess about Russiagate for three years. The Trump-Russia affair was about one big allegation--that the Trump campaign and Russia conspired to fix the 2016 election. There was a huge investigation. It could never establish that the crime even took place, much less who might have committed it. Every other problem Mueller and Democrats faced stemmed from that one failure. Trump's defense team knew from day one.

  • Stephen Moore, The Epoch Times

    America has a history of miracles. I’m heartened and inspired by the “AmeriCANs” movement to stop the discord—even if only temporarily (this is campaign season). AmeriCANs isn’t political. We can and should come together in a patriotic celebration of our past and our combined goodness and our compassion. Millions of people can make positive change—not by tearing down but by building up and by contributing to positive outcomes. Not by burning down in the fits of rage we all feel from time to time these days, but by lighting candles and lending a helping hand.

  • Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness

    What can we conclude of these desperate efforts to derail Donald Trump? Biden really should have stayed permanently in the basement but now cannot. And the polls can't be trusted. Given the dearth of fresh scandal material, expect more ossified scandals, Kindergarten interviews, improving favorability ratings for the president, and desperate efforts to prove COVID-19 is resurging, quarantines must be extended, rioting and burning are acts of love, and we are in a Great Depression. And the more this does not work, the more vehemently it will be repeated.

  • David Catron, The American Spectator

    Democrat Joe Biden’s acceptance speech at the DNC dwelt on such pressing blue collar issues as climate change, gun control, and social justice. He also insulted our intelligence by blaming President Donald Trump for job losses caused by COVID-19. Meanwhile, he has endorsed another nationwide lockdown, called for a universal mask mandate, and taken multiple positions on fracking. The collapse of Biden’s poll numbers may be accelerated by the riots but, ultimately, they mark the inevitable implosion of a campaign built on a progressive myth about Trump’s base.

  • Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times

    If something even close to the recent poll numbers holds, African Americans will be in part responsible for a Trump victory in November, but arguably more importantly, they will have the capacity to change the angry zeitgeist dominating today’s USA. They, our black population, could put Black Lives Matter (upper case) back into lower case where it belongs, right along with all lives matter. This would honor most of all Dr. King whose desire for all of us to be judged by our character, not by the color of our skin, is currently being stomped on by the left.