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Commander-in-Chief?
By Mr. David Zanotti

Yes, the President is Commander in Chief, but commander of what? That is the question Alan Dershowitz poses in a recent article. Is the President Commander of American foreign policy? Can he rule in this arena in a singular fashion without the U.S. Congress? You'll find the answers from the U.S. Constitution clearly written in this article. The answer might surprise you.

Monday, March 23, 2015, 11:26 PM

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38 weeks and counting
By Mr. David Zanotti

In just about 38 weeks the first voting will begin on the 2016 race for the White House. Iowa and New Hampshire are that close. The first Republican debate is only about 20 weeks away. Hillary and her email scandal brought this whole election into crystal clear focus this week. Most of the time we talk about Article One here on The Public Square and across the Roundtable network. We are far more concerned about constitutional leadership in the Congress than about who sits in the White House. There will be HUGE races for control of the Congress is 2016. We are preparing for those races as well. Together with the incredible energy that comes with an open-seat election for the Presidency, no one can afford to sit out this election. And those who hope to make a difference can absolutely NOT wait around. The game is already on. 

This week on The Public Square we unveil more of the iVoters strategy for 2015-2016. If you would like to know how to make an intelligent, highly strategic and fiscally responsible contribution to this coming election, iVoters is the place to start. Please join us and listen in on The Public Square and please tell a friend. 

 

Friday, March 13, 2015, 05:46 PM

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Hillary's Press Conference
By Mr. David Zanotti

Is she already President? To watch her performance this afternoon at a "press conference" you would certainly think Hillary was already elected. She took the podium at the United Nations as if she was President or Secretary of State or perhaps an international dignitary. She launched in to a speech on her agenda on radical feminism. Then she blasted Republicans on the question of Iran. She talked about her Foundation. Finally she got around to talking about any possible wrong doing in specifically avoiding the law regarding her emails. Defiant to the end. Condescending as always. Anyone who takes issue is clearly sort of stupid and probably sexist. 

The first question she takes is from the Turkish television network. "If you were a man today..." That's the question she took first? 

As far as the private server question, she defiantly refuses to surrender that server "The system we used was set up for President Clinton's office" she stated. Finally finally, finally, Hillary got to blame something on Bill. 

 

Tuesday, March 10, 2015, 03:00 PM

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Hillary's Secret Emails
By Mr. David Zanotti

Oops she did it again. Mrs. Clinton that is. Here is a news flash. Actually a fizzle. Mrs. Clinton refused to obey the law as Secretary of State. Instead of keeping her emails as public records, she used a private email address so that her online communications would disappear.

Let the Clinton defenders please be advised: Hillary is an attorney. She was staff at the Watergate hearings. She sat through two Presidential impeachment proceedings. She was clearly intentional about ignoring the federal records rules.

This public disclosure issue, which she and her closest aides have known about for five years, just popped into the news. The New York Times released the story late Monday night - after FOX news had already gone to pre-recorded programming. The story magically appeared on MSNBC, the most obscure radical left cable network. The story was clearly planted to run during the visit of the Israeli Prime Minister. With all eyes focused on Israel and Iran a few thousand missing emails from the former Secretary of State would be as insignificant as a missing legal file from the Rose Law firm.

There are a few of us left out here who still remember the 90's. 

Tuesday, March 03, 2015, 02:39 AM

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Evidently this is funny
By Mr. David Zanotti

A Justice of the Supreme Court cannot stay awake at the State of the Union Address. The joke is she was drunk or "not exactly sober." Cue the laugh track. Here is the video. 

www.politico.com/story/2015/02/ruth-bader-ginsburg-napping-alcohol-sotu-115172.html

Thursday, February 26, 2015, 03:26 AM

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