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The Cannon

Your blast of infotainment from ForAmerica.


Less talk.


Last week... President Trump was indicted for a fourth time, and as expected, Speaker McCarthy only could muster some strongly worded tweets. Meanwhile, when Sleepy Joe wasn't relaxing on the beach, he was touting his "Bidenomics" during the one-year celebration of the "Inflation Reduction Act" (which he finally admits should not have been named that). ForAmerica is fighting to uncancel some canceled culture with a petition to change the Washington Commanders back to their original name, the Washington Redskins; and we called out the excessive spending by the Biden Administration, like allocating $2.35 billion to the Taliban. After ForAmerica's demand to cut this spending, Rep. Michael McCaul promised to hold it.


ForAmerica's Show with David Bozell (last week's five minute radio rundowns...)

"It's an opportunity to reverse something that has gone woke and was taken away from us... to stick it to the NFL too, which has definitely gone woke."

"So, happy one-year birthday to the 'Inflation Reduction Act.' I hope you fail, and I hope you die, and I hope Republicans are responsible for your death."


JOE MUST GO! Yard & Rally Sign

10% off, IF your name is "Joe" or "Brandon"

Width: 24"

Height: 18"



Last week's demands...



ForAmerica believes in guaranteed constitutional rights, including the right to life at every stage of life. We believe America should have unlimited education and economic opportunities. We believe America should be energy independent using American resources. We demand the freedom to speak and practice our faith. We will accept nothing less than fair and honest elections, and a government that is transparent, accountable, and stays off the backs of the American people as much as possible. The key objective of ForAmerica is to deliver wins the cultural, electoral, and legislative fronts. When ForAmerica engages, America wins. Never, ever, give the Left a free day.

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