Traci Belmonte

Traci Belmonte

Home U.S. News World News Business & Money All Business and Money Business & Finance Economics & Markets Entertainment All Entertainment Books Fun & Games Movies & TV Music Theater & Art Lifestyle Everyday Life Agriculture Education & Home Schooling Family Life & Relationships Food Health & Fitness Home & Garden Pets Style Travel Outdoors Politics All Things Politics Conservatism Elections 2016 U.S. Politics World Politics Religion Sports All Sports Scores & Highlights NFL MLB NBA NHL Golf Soccer NCAA FOOTBALL NCAA BASKETBALL Other Sports Weather About Us Our Team Join Our Team Submissions Endorsements Shop Traci Belmonte Staff Writer Traci Belmonte proudly wears the nickname “PolitiDiva” for her love of politics and all things sequin. Born and raised in the liberal paradise of New York; it wasn’t easy for Traci to grow up a right-wing, gun-loving, devoted Patriot. Traci credits her ability to aptly debate liberals due to her upbringing in New York, which afforded plenty of practice. The PoltiDiva began a blog under the same name and, soon after, began writing for Madison’s. She has also worked on the Donald Trump campaign, Lee Zeldin campaign, and anchored exploratory committees for two Republican challengers for local NY offices. Traci is a frequent guest on the television program, “Nobodies Talking Politics”, was a guest on Fox’s “The Kelly File”, and can be heard given her political opinions on “The Real Radio Show”. Traci looks forward to contributing to Madison’s with her news stories and feisty opinion pieces. You can follow her on twitter @PolitiDiva [/et_pb_blog] [/et_pb_sidebar] Contact Traci Name Email Address Message 15 + 4 =...
An Open Letter to the Nasty Women

An Open Letter to the Nasty Women

Dear Participants of the Women’s March: As I walked around New York City on a surprisingly balmy January day, I saw you marching with signs in tow. Among other messages, many signs read, “Illegal Immigrants Make Our Country Better,” “Say Yes to Abortion,” “Global Warming is the Number One Threat to Humanity,” and “Donald Trump Bathes in Cheetos.” I have no problem with your constitutionally derived right to peacefully assemble, but enquiring minds would like to know: what on earth were you protesting? From what I observed, it seemed to be a march in support of illegal immigration and abortion, while at the same time admonishing global warming and Donald Trump’s spray tan. Was the intent of this march to revel in our womanliness and celebrate our Sisterhood? If so, it fell short of its goals because participants with my particular choice of president, political ideology, and pro-life belief were prohibited from participating in this march. #ResistBigotry Were you marching in the streets after news broke that Hillary Clinton received millions in campaign contributions from countries that virtually and even literally enslave women? Were you demonstrating in the streets when Bill Clinton cheated on his wife and abused women inside the Oval Office? Where were you when Hillary Clinton and Barrack Obama declared that marriage should be between a man and a woman? Did you protest when countless generations of women were and continue to be forced to undergo genital mutilation in Mali? Where were you when millions of female fetuses had their lives ended by abortion? Did you take a stand when young women were forced to freely bleed in “period tents” because of the lack of feminine-hygiene...
This Day in History – November 7

This Day in History – November 7

November 7 1665 – The oldest surviving journal, the London Gazette, is published for the first time 1776 – Congress chooses Richard Bache to succeed his father-in-law, Benjamin Franklin, as postmaster general 1811 – Governor of Indiana Territory, William Henry Harrison, defeats a conspiracy against the US government started by Tecumseh, Shawnee chief, at the Battle of the Wabash (or Tippecanoe) when Tecumseh is absent 1814 – The Spanish are defeated and the British drove out of Pensacola, Florida by Andrew Jackson 1846 – Mexican War hero, Zachary Taylor, is elected president 1861 – Union forces led by Ulysses S. Grant launch an unsuccessful raid on Belmont, Missouri 1867 – French chemist who discovered radium and researched radioactivity, Marie Curie is born 1876 – Rutherford B. Hayes is elected as the 19th president of the US 1881 – Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday are jailed for their participation in Tombstone, Arizona’s famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral 1885 – At a remote spot called Craigellachie in the mountains of British Columbia, Canada’s first transcontinental railway is completed 1900 – Head of the Nazi SS and organizer of extermination camps in Eastern Europe, Heinrich Himmler is born 1913 – French philosopher, novelist, and dramatist Albert Camus is born 1914 – The first issue of a new weekly magazine, The New Republic, is published in the United States 1916 – President Woodrow Wilson is re-elected, although this will not be known until November 8th as the results were so close that each vote had to be counted 1916 – The first congresswoman, Jeannette Rankin, Republican from Montana, is elected 1917 – During...
An Open Letter to Paul Ryan

An Open Letter to Paul Ryan

Dear Paul Ryan: Over thirteen million God-fearing, tax-paying, hard-working Americans took time out of their busy schedules to wait in line and cast a ballot for Donald J. Trump in the Republican Primary.  With a vast field of 17 talented candidates to choose from, we weighed our options and carefully voted with our hearts and minds.  Who do you think you are to believe that you can thwart the will of the people of this fine constitutional republic?  Where do you get the right, authority, or audacity to think you can circumvent the voice of the people?  If you fought this hard against President Obama and his agenda; we wouldn’t need Donald Trump to pry the power out of your unclean hands. We stood in those same lines for you to carefully cast our votes.  We foolishly believed that you cared about us and had our best interests at heart.  We believed in you and looked to you to stop the President’s unconstitutional orders.  We gave you donations so you could defeat the forces we believe are eroding our Constitution.  Your complacency has shown that you are part of the very same destructive forces you vowed to defeat. You cow-towed to the will of the Democrats each and every time a vote took place.  You allowed President Obama to get away with everything he wanted without challenge.  You did NOTHING to stop Obamacare.  You did NOTHING to stop the Iran deal.  You did NOTHING to stop the reckless spending of our tax dollars.  You ALLOWED the OMNIBUS bill which funds sanctuary cities and tax credits for illegal aliens.  You...
Conservative Voices Silenced

Conservative Voices Silenced

By Traci Belmonte Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe was suspended from Twitter following his release of two explosive videos exposing corruption within the Democrat Party.  On Tuesday, O’Keefe published an undercover video on Twitter which displayed Manhattan Democratic Election Commissioner, Alan Shulkin, admitting to voter fraud.  On Wednesday morning, O’Keefe’s next video release showed a Clinton campaign staffer engaging in “locker room talk” about grabbing a female coworker’s buttocks.  A second Project Veritas video circulated late Wednesday where another Clinton campaign worker destroyed Republican voter registration forms. After a tweet teasing Thursday’s video release of a Democratic Senator dropping some truth bombs at a fundraiser, O’Keefe was locked out of his Twitter account.  Is this a case of a clear violation of social media rules or is this another example of the left conspiring against right-wing journalism?  I am more inclined to believe the latter due to my experience with Twitter. Inspired by the New York pressure cooker bombing, I tweeted about the hypocrisy of the media in regards to the way they cover police-involved shootings versus obvious terrorist attacks.  I received tons of praise from like-minded patriots, but I also received tons of “hate” tweets due to my stance.  Anonymous accounts called me names like “slut,” my appearance was attacked, and I received threats of physical violence.  I reported all of the harassment, intimidation, and death threats to the Twitter administrators.  I was told that NONE of these tweets violated the terms of service.  It clearly states that threats of physical harm are a violation of the “Twitter Rules” section, so why was the threat that I was to...