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Sanctuary Cities or Goldilocks and The Three Bears

Sanctuary Cities or Goldilocks and The Three Bears

This past Monday I had the privilege of testifying before the County Council regarding the move to make Maryland a sanctuary State — a place where those who have illegally broken into our country are protected from enforcement of the U.S. immigration laws. The repeated refrain of those who advocated for the law breakers is that we must be a welcoming community. In my testimony, I used the analogy of someone breaking into my house.

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United Airlines: A Point Missed

United Airlines: A Point Missed

I’m not here to defend United Airlines’ policy on bumping, but there is a policy. They do bump. I know it and I’m not even a flier. So how do I know airlines bump? I saw it on websites when checking out ticket prices for a friend. Tickets or reservations (or however termed) were subject to b-u-m-p-i-n-g. If I know it, I would think someone that flies would know it, too.

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Beginning of the End of the War on Police

Beginning of the End of the War on Police

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered the Justice Department review of all consent decrees entered into with police and corrections departments across the country — “prosecute and settle” agreements by the Civil Rights Division whereby a liberal city agrees that it has violated the civil rights of its citizens, and agrees to implement a federal program regulating searches, stops and the use of force.

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Baby boy killed by abortionist Kermit Gosnell

How Roe Reveals the Hypocrisy of Sanctuary Cities

The most prevalent absurdity in modern America is the fact that we have blocked the entrance of 60 million of our own offspring due to Roe v. Wade, while we insist that those who pour across our borders illegally have a perfect right to be here.

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Disney, Sea World and Universal Employee’s Caught in Sex Stings, Child Porn Arrests

Disney, Sea World and Universal Employee’s Caught in Sex Stings, Child Porn Arrests

CNN reported on July 14, 2014 that a Walt Disney World security guard and janitor at SeaWorld’s Discovery Cove were among 18 men arrested in a sex sting dubbed “Operation April’s Fools,” Polk County, Florida. Those arrested responded to online ads from undercover detectives who posed as children or custodians of children.

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Calling out Business Bathroom Hypocrisy

Calling out Business Bathroom Hypocrisy

Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) launched a video ad campaign today across Texas that exposes the hypocrisy of corporations that are opposing the Texas Privacy Act (SB 6), a bill that protects the privacy and safety of women and children.

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The Selective Prosecution of the FBI

The Selective Prosecution of the FBI

Let me just preface this article by saying that I am in no way advocating one crime over another, as any attempt to justify any sort of crime is absolutely ridiculous. The history of my ministry is that I condemn crime, and I always will regardless of who commits it, period. However, I have to ask, what is wrong with people that tolerate the likes of Madonna, who incites a people through her words to “Blow up the White House” yet, go unpunished? Where was the FBI?

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Should the President Combat California’s Sanctuary of Undocumented Immigrants?

Should the President Combat California’s Sanctuary of Undocumented Immigrants?

Interposition is precisely what the Declaration of Independence was all about – our Founders interposed for us against tyranny – and it is precisely what we want our state and local officials to do. Our sheriffs, our police, our local judges, our legislators, and our appointed officials are duty-bound to rush out into the front yard and get between the people and the lawless actions of the federal or, in this case, state government.

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‘Bribery’ of a President and the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution

‘Bribery’ of a President and the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution

Consider the lawsuit against President Trump. It claims that the President is in violation because his corporation might profit if a foreign government rents rooms at the corporation’s hotel.

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South Dakota Senator Lance Russell

Video: Senator Lance Russell on Protecting People in Public Restrooms

During the legislative crackerbarrel meeting in Rapid City today, a member of the audience asked legislators about what can be done to protect women and children in public restrooms, now that the Left has succeeded in many places in allowing men to use women’s facilities.

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