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‘Three Strike’ Mental Illness Violence Law May Have Prevented Adam Lanza Slaughter

Adam Lanza's mental illness was the triggerman in mass murders

There was a fear moving across the American heartland long before Adam Lanza stepped onto the nation’s stage and donned the dark murderous mass killer robe. This 20-year-old joined the unique club of notable mass murderers that used a gun as a weapon of slaughter. After his onslaught the gun control hysteria surrounding stricter legislation has risen to a fever ...

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UNC’s new literature professor penned porno poems – about students

It often seems as though public universities are trying to prove how open-minded they are by hiring the most fringe, perverted professors they can find. Such is the case with a recent addition to the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s English department. A new literature professor is also the author of explicit and pornographic poems, featuring one passage told in ...

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A Time To Mourn – Even During Christmas

All Christmas’ are joyous. Gods gift to man, celebrated. Not just a baby in a manger… But Good Will. A hand of good will from a Good God, extended toward needy man in the most sacrificial expression this earth will ever know. Love made tangible. A quiet miracle birthed in an obscure place, yet celebrated even so, with angelic fanfare ...

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Fake Marine Caught Lying On Camera


Get got caught in his lies! Craig Pusley says he got the idea from another Marine, Staff Sgt. Jordan Pritchard, who stood guard at Gower Elementary School in Nashville, Tennessee. Mr. Pusley decided to stand guard in front of Hughson Elementary School in Modesto, California, on Wednesday in a desert camouflage uniform, saying it would help the children feel safer following ...

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Christmas At The Gas Station


This is one of those Facebook “shares”…. in fact, you may have read it before. While I cannot take credit for writing it, this is a great reminder of what we are celebrating. May God bless each of you, and Merry Christmas! The old man sat in his gas station on a cold Christmas Eve. He hadn’t been anywhere in ...

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Fake Social Media Pages Being Set Up As Pastor John Hagee


There are a lot of things I do not necessarily agree with Pastor John Hagee on, however, he is a strong supporter of Israel and his Bible Prophecy sermons are usually right on target. It appears as though people are now posing for him asking for money. Just a warning to everyone- be careful who you donate your money to! ...

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Let Us Not Blame God

We were all horrified, disgusted and saddened when we heard the news about the shootings in Connecticut, how can this happen was on everyone’s lips. Over the years we have woken-up to news of people being killed by some nutjob with a gun, but killing innocent babies, seems so much more senseless than the other killings, even the people who ...

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Truth Behind Pan Am 103 May Be Revealed After 25 Years

Yesterday was the 24th anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am 103. The truth behind that attack remains in shadow, but there may be light at the end of that tunnel. The new Libyan government in Tripoli stated that they intend to open their files on the tragedy, and hand them over to Scottish authorities eventually. Libya’s ambassador to the ...

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The Climate of Fear & Powerlessness


In this once free country, we have settled into a “permanent revolution” of non-stop fear and anxiety paralysis,  induced by the mainstream media’s terrorist tactics so that citizens learn to stop standing up for their rights and give in to unlimited government. We are now pointing at inanimate objects and as amorphous a thing as “the culture” to explain the ...

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Go Home Wayne LaPierre, You’re Drunk

National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre broke his organization’s silence since last week’s atrocity at Sandy Hook Elementary by giving a press conferencethis morning. The press conference’s tone was rambling at times and it appeared to generally lack focus. The NRA gave some reasons they thought that there were mass shootings There exists in this country, sadly, a ...

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The Progressive Bible: Al Gore and the Yacht


Chapter 6 6:1 And it came to pass, when men began to overpopulate the face of the earth, and filthy human children were born unto them, 6:2 That the sons of Obama saw that the human children were too many; and they clamored for him to declare a one child policy. 6:3 And Obama said, My soaring oratory shall not ...

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Chuck Woolery On Assault Weapons Ban

I was trying to think of a script for a video on why we should all oppose gun bans in light of the latest tragedy in Connecticut. I found that Chuck Woolery beat me to it back in November. Watch this amusing but informative video.

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Why I support Barack Obama as Time’s Person of the Year

Barack Obama was named Time Magazine’s Person of the Year for 2012. An honor bestowed upon almost every president since 1927. Our 44th President is a remarkable president. No president in our nation’s history has accomplished so little in such a short time. No president has ever been elected to the highest office in the land with less experience. No ...

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Cuomo: Confiscation of Weapons an OPTION

Courtesy Wikimedia

In an interview with radio station WGDJ Governor Andrew Cuomo stated today that he has started new negotiations with the legislature regarding gun controls. According to the New York Times: In the interview, Mr. Cuomo did not offer specifics about the measures he might propose, but, while discussing assault weapons, he said: “Confiscation could be an option. Mandatory sale to ...

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Restricting Our Right’s is Not the Answer – Pt. 2


Read Part 1 of this Column on my syndicated News feed. About this time one week ago, the news about a shooting at an Elementary school in the small town of Newtown, Connecticut was first breaking. At the time, no one but those who were there and the first responders truly knew the magnitude of the situation. One thing was ...

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