Diamond and Silk are biological sisters from North Carolina standing with the silent majority. As American women they are voicing their opinions about media bias, political babble, and repetitive political tactics that they feel the average American is tired of being subjected to. Diamond and Silk are commentators on their YouTube channel “The Viewers View” where they candidly tell you exactly how they view modern day topics appearing anywhere and across various platforms, using a common sense approach without the use of the political correctness so prevalent in modern day media. Diamond and Silk speak their minds 100% without sound bites, and often right from the heart, because to do anything less would be an injustice to the supporters with whom their message resonates.
The Washington Arms Collectors (W.A.C.) is a non-profit 501(c)(4) social-welfare organization incorporated to further the common good and general welfare of people in the state of Washington and the Northwest through the following activities:
• Support for the exercise of the fundamental right of citizens under both the Washington State and United States Constitutions to possess and use firearms for a variety of legally protected purposes including: defense of the country, self-defense, recreation and sporting activities.
• The provision of events and networks that facilitate the exchange of firearms in order to further the preservation and collection of historically significant firearms.
• The promotion of the public welfare through education and classes on the safe handling of firearms. The provision of firearm safety materials and classes is done without charge for both members and the general public.
• The documentation and preservation of knowledge on collectible firearms through research, publication and archiving of information and published articles.
An unofficial page for Imprimis, the free monthly speech digest of Hillsdale College and is dedicated to educating citizens and promoting civil and religious liberty by covering cultural, economic, political, and educational issues. The content of Imprimis is drawn from speeches delivered to Hillsdale College-hosted events. First published in 1972, Imprimis is one of the most widely circulated opinion publications in the nation with over 3.7 million subscribers.