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Confederate Corner with George Neat – Everything is in the Mixed Bag


When: Tuesday, April 30th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Confederate Corner with George Neat on Blog Talk Radio What: Yes there are Confederates north of the Mason-Dixon line, and George Neat is one of them. And we’re happy to bring his views to you in the “Confederate Corner” radio show. For more information on George and his political views, please drop by ...

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More Hacking at the Roots

It is difficult to assure accuracy in an incident without knowing all the facts.  However, knowing all the facts is also nearly impossible.  Thus, mouth-all-mighty people like me offer opinions based on the information they have available.  As more information becomes available opinions shifts. Now, I come to target of this monologue. This past weekend the Snow Canyon Lady Warriors ...

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CBS Charlie Rose: The Republicans Have a Point???

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CBS political director John Dickerson was interviewed by Charlie Rose on CBS This Morning about the impact of sequestration cuts. Watch for Rose’s shocked expression when he realizes that Dickerson is saying the Republicans have a point about allowing departments to have flexibility where they make these cuts (about 50 seconds). This just tosses the Democrats’ argument that we need ...

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The left continues to push for government childcare

The left continues to push for government childcare Leaving aside the glaring problem of fiscal sustainability, the prospect of government-run childcare should send shivers down the spine of any traditional parent. Admittedly, this is not a new idea on the left. To be sure, virtually the entire progressive platform in modern America consists of rehashed policies embraced by ideological forebears. ...

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Late Term Abortion Clinic Tells Mom-To-Be: ‘If it comes out (at home) just flush it!’


This undercover video shows the callousness of abortion clinic employees at a late term abortion clinic. She explains the procedure in great detail as the “patient” asks questions. There is no emotion. The first employee explains that she has been doing this “a very long time… since she was 16 years old.” She clearly admits that the procedure and solution ...

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This is Not about Ireland


The old man sat alone in the pub.  On the table in front was a pint of Irish ale.  The sleeve of his tattered jacket, dirty as the whole of it, bore the symbol of an army long defeated on the battlefield, yet not in the heart of a true Irishman.  Or so he retold himself.  His eyes were glassy ...

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North Korea: Proof that “arms control” has utterly failed


In December, North Korea tested an ICBM which delivered a North Korean satellite to the Earth’s orbit, thus demonstrating the capability to miniaturize payloads and to deliver such payloads to the orbit – and to the US. In February, the North Koreans declared that not only will they not surrender their nuclear arsenal, they’ll actually INCREASE it, and published a ...

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UPDATED: Parents Want 2nd Opinion on Child’s Health; CPS Takes Child


UPDATE MONDAY 7PM MST: A judge has ruled that the baby be transferred to another medical center and will allow the family to be reunited with their child. The parents must not take the child from the hospital without appropriate discharge and must follow all medical advice. Additional information provided indicates the child has had a known heart murmur and ...

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The strangest bedfellows?: American Left and Radical Islam

  There should be no doubts in anyone’s mind by now that the American far left, including Communists and other global socialists, are in alliance not only with each other but with radical Islam.  The common thread is their hatred of American power and its Constitutional government of inalienable individual rights, broad freedoms and unprecedented economic success. There is no ...

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Billion Dollar Babies and American Jihad – Intellectual Froglegs


And here is the latest installment of Intellectual Froglegs: Joe Dan Gorman nails it yet again, with his in-depth analysis of leftist propaganda on Jihadists, phobias, abortion, Planned Parenthood, and Janet Napolitano. In case you’re wondering, Napolitano has no clue how to do her job, except the part where she spews disjointed jargon in Congressional hearings. And the new inconvenient ...

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Our True Enemy: Political Correctness

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America has again had to face the reality of terrorism hitting our streets. The Boston Bombing was another wake-up call that we are under attack and the enemy walks among us, yet we are not supposed to admit who the enemy really is, at least not out loud.  We have a President who thinks that by ignoring the enemy, we ...

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ACRU Sues Two Mississippi Counties over Voter Rolls

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WASHINGTON D.C. (April 26, 2013) — On behalf of the American Civil Rights Union, three former U.S. Justice Department attorneys filed lawsuits in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi seeking an injunction to compel election officials in Jefferson Davis County and Walthall County to clean up their voter rolls. Like hundreds around the nation, these two ...

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The Assault on Education!

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I am coming up on my 500th radio show. Go Figure! I was looking back on the titles and content of the shows, I realized that one of the topics most discussed is education, not necessarily how good it is, but how our children are being taught contrary to the many of our basic beliefs and facts. DISCLAMER! Read carefully ...

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Copper shortage to worsen

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Those buying ammunition, air conditioners, building houses or other uses of copper have discovered that it is rapidly becoming a precious metal. China’s economy is expanding at an incredible rate mainly due to the government propping up demand. Entire cities, large high-speed railway networks and other infrastructure projects are spending more copper than the world can produce all in the name of ...

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