Monday, January 21, 2019

Trump Budget Compromise Opposed by Left and Right — But Could Pass National Review Continues to be...

Trump Budget Compromise Opposed by Left and Right — But Could Pass National Review Continues to be...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/item/31246-trump-budget-compromise-opposed-by-left-and-right-but-could-pass
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Trump Budget Compromise Opposed by Left and Right — But Could Pass

Trump Budget Compromise Opposed by Left and Right — But Could Passtrump-budget-compromise-opposed-by-left-and-right-but-could-pass

The Democrats pronounced Trump's proposals, which would reopen the month-long government shutdown, as “non-starters,” but they might pass anyway.

 

 

 

 



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Friday, January 18, 2019

National Review Continues to be a Trojan Horse Inside the Gates of Conservatism Several States...

National Review Continues to be a Trojan Horse Inside the Gates of Conservatism Several States...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/culture/item/31222-national-review-continues-to-be-a-trojan-horse-inside-the-gates-of-conservatism
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

National Review Continues to be a Trojan Horse Inside the Gates of Conservatism

National Review Continues to be a Trojan Horse Inside the Gates of Conservatismnational-review-continues-to-be-a-trojan-horse-inside-the-gates-of-conservatism

National Review has long been considered a flagship publication for conservativsm, but is it really more of a Trojan Horse?



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Several States Invoking Nullification to Rein In Federal Government

Several States Invoking Nullification to Rein In Federal Governmentseveral-states-invoking-nullification-to-rein-in-federal-government

The Federal Government regularly exercises powers beyond those found in the Constitution, but several states are turning to nullification and interposition to mitigate this activity.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Pelosi Plays Political Hardball With State of the Union Address Beto O’Rourke Claims to “Trust the...

Pelosi Plays Political Hardball With State of the Union Address Beto O’Rourke Claims to “Trust the...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/item/31211-pelosi-plays-political-hardball-with-state-of-the-union-message
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Pelosi Plays Political Hardball With State of the Union Address

Pelosi Plays Political Hardball With State of the Union Addresspelosi-plays-political-hardball-with-state-of-the-union-message

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks denying President Donald Trump the national TV stage of the traditional State of the Union message will hurt him poltiically.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Beto O’Rourke Claims to “Trust the Wisdom of the People”

Beto O’Rourke Claims to “Trust the Wisdom of the People”o-rourke-claims-to-trust-the-people

Now that Beto O’Rourke is testing the waters of a possible presidential bid for 2020, he is attempting to portray himself as a reasonable centrist, not the left-wing progressive he clearly is.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Nebraska, New Hampshire Rescission Resolutions Show Understanding of Con-Con Dangers World Council...

Nebraska, New Hampshire Rescission Resolutions Show Understanding of Con-Con Dangers World Council...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/31196-nebraska-new-hampshire-rescission-resolutions-show-understanding-of-con-con-dangers
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Nebraska, New Hampshire Rescission Resolutions Show Understanding of Con-Con Dangers

Nebraska, New Hampshire Rescission Resolutions Show Understanding of Con-Con Dangersnebraska-new-hampshire-rescission-resolutions-show-understanding-of-con-con-dangers

The New Hampshire House of Representatives and the Nebraska Senate introduced earlier this month resolutions to rescind any calls for a constitutional convention under Article V of the U.S. Constitution.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

World Council of Churches Joins With UN and EU to Boycott Israel

World Council of Churches Joins With UN and EU to Boycott Israelworld-council-of-churches-joins-with-un-and-eu-to-boycott-israel

The World Council of Churches finds an enemy worth boycotting — Israel.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Big Business Ignores Threat to National Sovereignty Inherent in USMCA Trump’s Support for USMCA to...

Big Business Ignores Threat to National Sovereignty Inherent in USMCA Trump’s Support for USMCA to...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/item/31185-big-business-ignores-threat-to-national-sovereignty-inherent-usmca
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Monday, January 14, 2019

Big Business Ignores Threat to National Sovereignty Inherent in USMCA

Big Business Ignores Threat to National Sovereignty Inherent in USMCAbig-business-ignores-threat-to-national-sovereignty-inherent-usmca

In the discussion of whether trade deals are good or bad, very rarely does anyone discuss the main consequence of the “free trade” agenda: loss of our nation’s sovereignty.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Trump’s Support for USMCA to Pay for Wall Is Too High a Price What Ginsburg’s Cancer Could Mean...

Trump’s Support for USMCA to Pay for Wall Is Too High a Price What Ginsburg’s Cancer Could Mean...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/item/31161-trump-s-support-for-usmca-to-pay-for-wall-is-too-high-a-price
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Friday, January 11, 2019

Trump’s Support for USMCA to Pay for Wall Is Too High a Price

Trump’s Support for USMCA to Pay for Wall Is Too High a Pricetrump-s-support-for-usmca-to-pay-for-wall-is-too-high-a-price

Trump claims that Mexico will cover the cost of the wall through the USMCA trade deal. But the USMCA is a bad deal, and the loss of national sovereignty required by it is simply too high a price to pay.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

What Ginsburg’s Cancer Could Mean for the Court — and the Nation Pope Francis Continues to Promote...

What Ginsburg’s Cancer Could Mean for the Court — and the Nation Pope Francis Continues to Promote...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/item/31152-what-ginsburg-s-cancer-could-mean-for-the-court-and-the-nation
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

What Ginsburg’s Cancer Could Mean for the Court — and the Nation

What Ginsburg’s Cancer Could Mean for the Court — and the Nationwhat-ginsburg-s-cancer-could-mean-for-the-court-and-the-nation

With Ginsburg's failing health, any vacancy on the Supreme Court could drastically affect both the Court itself, and ultimately the nation at large.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Pope Francis Continues to Promote Globalism Trump Waffles on Quick Syria Withdrawal Judicial...

Pope Francis Continues to Promote Globalism Trump Waffles on Quick Syria Withdrawal Judicial...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/item/31136-pope-francis-continues-to-promote-globalism
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Pope Francis Continues to Promote Globalism

Pope Francis Continues to Promote Globalismpope-francis-continues-to-promote-globalism

Pope Francis thinks we need stronger international organizations, and the adoring liberal media loves him for it.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Monday, January 7, 2019

Trump Waffles on Quick Syria Withdrawal Judicial Watch Settlement With California: Election Fraud...

Trump Waffles on Quick Syria Withdrawal Judicial Watch Settlement With California: Election Fraud...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/foreign-policy/item/31120-trump-waffles-on-quick-syria-withdrawal
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Trump Waffles on Quick Syria Withdrawal

Trump Waffles on Quick Syria Withdrawaltrump-waffles-on-quick-syria-withdrawal

It looks like Trump's initial instincts to pull out of Syria quickly have been thwarted by some of his more interventionist advisors.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Trump Waffles on Quick Syria Withdraw

Trump Waffles on Quick Syria Withdrawtrump-waffles-on-quick-syria-withdraw

It looks like Trump's initial instincts to pull out of Syria quickly have been thwarted by some of his more interventionist advisors.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Judicial Watch Settlement With California: Election Fraud Tip of the Iceberg?

Judicial Watch Settlement With California: Election Fraud Tip of the Iceberg?judicial-watch-settlement-with-california-election-fraud-tip-of-the-iceberg

Hundreds of thousands of registered voters in California are people who have either died or moved. Is this the tip of the iceberg in widespread election fraud?



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Saturday, January 5, 2019

Does the Constitution Allow Trump to Build the Wall Without Congressional Approval? Tennessee...

Does the Constitution Allow Trump to Build the Wall Without Congressional Approval? Tennessee...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/31112-does-the-constitution-allow-trump-to-build-the-wall-without-congressional-approval
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Does the Constitution Allow Trump to Build the Wall Without Congressional Approval?

Does the Constitution Allow Trump to Build the Wall Without Congressional Approval?does-the-constitution-allow-trump-to-build-the-wall-without-congressional-approval

With Congress and the president locked in a battle over his requested appropriation to build a border wall, the question has been raised: Does Trump have the authority to build the wall in order to fulfill his duty to protect the states from invasion?



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.