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Murder Fills the Headlines

Murder Fills the Headlines

The headline screams: “Police: 13 dead, 43 wounded in Chicago weekend shootings,” yet no one nationally hears them. The Chicago media reads like a Walter Cronkite report from Vietnam, laden with body and casualty counts for a war that no one understands. That is the state of violence in the second city, President Obama’s hometown, run by his former Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel.

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Will the Club Shooting Be Used as a Club?

Will the Club Shooting Be Used as a Club?

There is already a common, and outrageously misguided, perception that the convictions of conservative Christians are somehow just as harmful to LGBT people as the murderous “radical” Islamic influences behind this shooting — influences that could not be further removed from what the teachings of Christ are about.

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The Takers and the Givers

The Takers and the Givers

There are two types of people in this world: the takers and the givers. The takers give no thought to the effect their decisions have on others.

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Orlando Shooting, Gun Control, and the Constitution‬: A 14 year Old’s Perspective

Orlando Shooting, Gun Control, and the Constitution‬: A 14 year Old’s Perspective

As John Adams once said, “Facts are stubborn things.” This is true in the gun control debate, as evidence shows that guns keep us safe. A gun is used eighty times more often to save a life than to take one, and nations with more gun ownership have less crime.

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The Pulse Shooting: Tragic Irony

The Pulse Shooting: Tragic Irony

I think most people would agree that there weren’t “gay rights” being violated here, but simply human rights. Whatever anyone may have thought of the people at that nightclub, they had every bit as much right as anyone else to expect safety and protection.

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Smoking a marijuana joint (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Gary Johnson, Weed, and the Constitution

On Sunday, the Libertarian Party nominated the former Governor of New Mexico, Gary Johnson as their alternative to Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. Governor Johnson has been a longtime advocate of legalizing marijuana, and has also said that he would issue pardons to non-violent marijuana offenders via executive order.

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Government-Ordained Preying on the Innocent!

Government-Ordained Preying on the Innocent!

Elijah Woods, actor of Lord of the Rings fame, in a manner similar to that of actor Corey Feldman, is coming forward to awaken the American people to the Pedophile organized parties in Hollywood.

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AFA Ditches PayPal After PayPal Ditches North Carolina

AFA Ditches PayPal After PayPal Ditches North Carolina

American Family Association has announced that the pro-family organization is partnering with Cornerstone Payment Systems® as its preferred credit card processing provider. After PayPal announced it sought to punish the state of North Carolina for passing a law requiring men and women to visit the restroom according to the gender on their birth certificate, AFA severed its ties with PayPal and canceled its account.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Suspected, Not Proven

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Suspected, Not Proven

Medicare officials admit that there is fraud in the Medicare system. But, either they don’t know where to look, or they don’t want to look where they might find some sneaky and politically connected parties committing the fraud. I’d really like to tell Medicare officials and Congress a few places where I think the search for fraud should begin.

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Target’s CEO is off America’s Radar

Target’s CEO is off America’s Radar

When the American people long to have their country back and start holding the guilty parties accountable to the laws that have been transgressed and violated, then, and only then, will she begin to understand what liberty is all about. Protest is good America, but justice is better.

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