Democrats’ Corrupt Politicians Act pending in the Senate is a frontal assault on our Constitution’s federalist recipe for freedom which has served our nation well for centuries, putting Congress in complete control of its own elections. The American people must oppose the Radical Left’s hostile takeover of our right to vote, and with it the death of American Exceptionalism. Many things combine to create the magic we call “American Exceptionalism,” which at least since Ronald Reagan has been a hallmark of the Republican Party. We continue to pursue and realize the vision to make America a “shining city upon a hill,” a biblical image that patriots have rooted deeply in the ethos of this great nation. Thousands of years ago, Aristotle wrote of the never-ending dilemma of balancing the size and muscle of government with the need for individual liberty. Our Founders tackled that dilemma at the birth of our nation, writing our Constitution to put a harness on government. Much of that … [Read more...] about Blackwell–Beyond Election Integrity: American Exceptionalism in Crosshairs of Radical Left
Just three weeks left before the NFL draft arrives. So do the Broncos do? Denver Post’s Phillip Heilman has Denver selecting Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons in his second Broncos seven-round mock draft , writing “his instincts need to develop and maturity is a concern, but this pick would add a new dimension to the Broncos’ defense as a 3-4 inside linebacker.” Meanwhile, many national writers are thinking the Broncos are thinking quarterback with names such as Justin Fields of Ohio State and Alabama’s Mac Jones floating. So here’s a look at who national draftniks are thinking will land in Denver. CBS Sports | Chris Trapasso | Updated April 7 Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State “After tons of speculation about trading up, Fields falls into the Broncos’ lap. Ideal.” See the full mock draft . Trapasso’s other Broncos picks: Second round (40th overall pick): Levi Onwuzurike, DL, Washington NFL.com | Cynthia Frelund | Updated March 30 Justin Fields, … [Read more...] about Broncos 2021 NFL mock draft tracker 7.0: What the national experts predict Denver will do
The Broncos’ draft is set to go one of two ways. General manager George Paton either uses significant capital to trade up for his franchise quarterback or decides to go with Drew Lock as the starter for another season and uses his picks to fortify what looks to be a fairly well-rounded roster. The expectation here is Paton holds off on swinging for the fences and instead bolsters the Broncos’ defense, addresses a few key spots on offense and sets up a make-or-break year for Lock. With nine selections to work with, here is a look at how things might play out: First round (ninth overall) LB Micah Parsons, Penn State If the Broncos don’t trade up, trading back is certainly an option. Parsons gets a slight nod over Alabama cornerback Patrick Surtain II to give coach Vic Fangio a freakishly athletic off-ball linebacker who totaled 192 tackles (19 for lost yardage) and 6 1/2 sacks in 26 career games. After opting out in 2020, Parsons wowed at Penn State’s Pro Day last … [Read more...] about Broncos seven-round mock draft, 2.0: Target a quarterback or build depth after free agency?
Monday, Fox News host Tucker Carlson responded to criticism from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) after the organization called for his firing over remarks Carlson made about “replacement” and the types of immigration policy supported by the modern Democratic Party. The FNC host noted the reactions his remarks also inspired from the “little gatekeepers on Twitter,” which he said turned out to be true in this case. However, as Carlson pointed out, the ADL also made a similar argument regarding Israel and the population growth of Palestine. Transcript as follows: CARLSON: Last week, we said something on television that the usual chorus of hyper aggressive liars is now pretending was somehow highly controversial. Ordinarily, we’d ignore all of this. Once you’ve been denounced as a white supremacist for quoting Martin Luther King, you realize none of it is real. It’s all another form of social control. Honestly, who cares what they think? But in this one case, we thought … [Read more...] about FNC’s Carlson: ADL, ‘Little Gatekeepers on Twitter’ Will Fail to Have This Show Pulled Off the Air
ATLANTA (AP) — Garrett Cooper had three RBIs and drove in the go-ahead run in the 10th inning off Jacob Webb, lifting the Miami Marlins to a 5-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Monday night. The 10th began with placement runner Jon Berti advancing from second to third when Braves second baseman Ozzie Albies ran backward to try to catch Starling Marte’s shallow fly, but had the ball bounce off his glove for a single. Berti gave the Marlins their first lead when Cooper’s single landed in center field to make it 4-3. READ MORE: Road To Reopening: Air And Sea Show Returns To Miami Beach For Memorial Day Weekend Brian Anderson followed with an RBI double, and the Braves couldn’t muster a rally in the bottom of the inning. Yimi García (1-1) pitched the final 1 1/3 innings. Webb (0-1) took the loss. Ronald Acuña Jr. tripled and scored two runs, and Huascar Ynoa pitched a career-high six strong innings for the Braves, who have lost two straight. The teams were facing each … [Read more...] about Garrett Cooper Drives In 3 To Lift Marlins Over Braves In 10 Innings