2013 American of the Year: Ted Cruz

  The junior U.S. Senator from the great state of Texas, Ted Cruz, has been selected as this website's 10th annual American of the Year, marking the first time that someone born outside of the country has been so honored. Cruz was born in Canada, in the city of Calgary and province of Alberta in … Continue reading 2013 American of the Year: Ted Cruz

2010 American of the Year: Ron Paul

  There was no bigger development on the American political and social scene in 2010 than the emergence to power of the "Tea Party", and that movement arguably had no bigger inspiration than Texas congressman Ron Paul. Emerging in the wake of the disastrous Presidential election of 2008 that saw Barack Obama win the race … Continue reading 2010 American of the Year: Ron Paul

Smerconish begins to show his true stripes

Smerconish interviewing President Barack Obama   An article for the Philadelphia Inquirer, as politically liberal a rag as exists anywhere in America today, titled "Sorry, but for me, the party is over", written by local quasi-celebrity Michael Smerconish was published in that paper's Sunday, February 21st edition 'Currents' section. In this article, Smerconish reveals what … Continue reading Smerconish begins to show his true stripes

2009 American of the Year: Glenn Beck

This was a year of tremendous change for America, and the vast majority of it was not for the good. Our national debt, already out of control as the year began, has now soared to previously unimaginable levels. Our government has taken over control of large portions of private industry, and is poised to take … Continue reading 2009 American of the Year: Glenn Beck

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The picture accompanying this story might look like a scene out of some late 1960's, Gump-esque, anti-Vietnam War rally with counter-culture hippies, radicals, and others disenchanted with the actions and policies of their government protesting those actions and policies.However, the picture, one that many of you likely have never seen because the former mainstream media … Continue reading Join the 912 Project