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Scalia Gets Capital Punishment Dead Wrong

June 5, 2015

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia received a bit of news yesterday that must have come as something of a shock:…

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Black Family Threatened With Jail For Cheering At Miss. HS Graduation (VIDEO)

June 3, 2015

Family members who attended a high school graduation in Senatobia, Mississippi were recently served arrest warrants with a $500 bond,…

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Six Brothers Raped Their Sister For Years While ‘Christian’ Homeschool Parents Did Nothing (VIDEO)

May 25, 2015

“You’ll go to Hell if you tell anyone,” her older brothers would warn. Sometimes they would also threaten to kill…

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There Is Good In The World: Hungry Vet Helped

May 20, 2015

I avoid the comments section of any article online as much as possible. The Comments Section is where rational thought,…

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A White Man And A Black Man Open Carry An AR 15: Guess Who Gets Arrested? (VIDEO)

May 16, 2015

On May 6,  a white man and a black man conducted a high-risk experiment. The two pro-gun, open carry supporters…

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GA Principal Fired For Racist Tirade

May 14, 2015

As they say in the South, the chickens have come home to roost. Less than a week after Nancy Gordeuk…

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The Truth About Baltimore: Fear, Respect & Understanding

May 13, 2015

I’m a low-level Rick Steves acolyte. I watch his show and read his blog. I bought a Rick Steves backpack…

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God, Discrimination And The Law: Say It With Flowers

May 12, 2015

It has now become de rigueur to wrap illegal behavior in self-righteousness. It is now standard practice for some to…

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The Feds Just Demanded Insurers Fund Preventative Care And Birth Control

May 11, 2015

Yet another victory for Obamacare. Closing a loophole insurers were trying to get away with, the feds just made sure insurance companies…

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George Zimmerman Injured In The Face In Road Shooting

May 11, 2015

According to local news reports, George Zimmerman was injured in the face early Monday afternoon during a confrontation in Lake…

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