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So you think cops are paid too much?


In the new world which is our reality, it’s often hard to remember that MOST Policemen ARE NOT the Police State! Yes, there are those who let the power go to their head. But there are MANY more who have taken an Oath to SERVE AND PROTECT! May God bless each of these men and women who put their lives ...

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A Handshake Won’t Get It, Buddy!


I love the homecoming videos from our military heroes and their families! I can sit for hours and watch dogs jumping on their people, excited to see them once again! The surprises for husbands, wives, and children are heartwarming. All of these videos make me tear up, and get a lump in my throat. This video is one of the ...

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America Our Way with Dustin Hoyt – July 31st


When: Wednesday, July 31st, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: America Our Way with Dustin Hoyt on Blog Talk Radio What: Dustin Hoyt takes on the biggest issues of the day, advocating for smaller government, liberty, common sense, and honest politicians. His insight and witty commentary provide entertaining and provoking angles on everything from fiscal policy to the most sensational statements. With a ...

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The Confederate Corner with George Neat July 30th – Government, Guns, and Crazy Democrats


When: Tuesday, July 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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Switching Parties – How a Lifelong Conservative Joins the Democrats


Feelings matter. When feelings are at stake there is no room for facts, logic, critical thinking, or rational ideas. Feelings trump all. And next to feelings lives fairness, which is also of critical importance. Fairness must be achieved and feelings protected at any cost. It’s taken me awhile to realize this, but now that I have I find I feel ...

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Life begins… well, that depends on the feelings of the parents


Before my husband and I got married, we had a very long conversation about love. He asked me, “What is love to you?” Being the typical woman, I became dreamy eyed, and began to describe that fluttering feeling in my heart. Before I could go any further, my extremely sarcastic, yet matter-of-fact husband-to-be interjected, “No, that’s heartburn. What is your ...

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Iconic 9/11 photo almost excluded from 9/11 museum

The famous picture of threee firemen raising the American flag fron the ashes of 9/11 was nearly excluded fromt he 9/11 museum because it was “too rah-rah American.” Michael Shulan,museum creative director and a few others on the committee considered the photo too “rah -rah and too kitschy.” “I really believe that the way America will look best, the way ...

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Their Finest Hour with Allan Bourdius – July 29th

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When: Monday, July 29th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Their Finest Hour with Allan Bourdius What: Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it – or to not repeat the parts that should be. We’re in a solemn hour in the cause of freedom, and yes, we’re only ever one generation away from losing it. Allan Bourdius of the Their ...

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Thwarting Upward Mobility, Exacerbating Racial Tensions

Did you know that YOU are thwarting a chance at upward mobility, that you are causing Americans to lose a sense of security? That’s what Dear Leader Barack Hussein Obama said on July 24, 2013, in an interview at Knox College in Galesburg, IL. Obama said: “And there was a sense of not upward mobility in the abstract; it was ...

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Payback For The 1960’s

After the Zimmerman trial there has been a big uproar about how the black communities have collapsed over the years, well once again we have to look at all those bleeding heart Liberals for the cause of it all. Back in the 1960’s Liberals came up with all these laws, policies and programs that were supposed to help and elevate the black ...

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The “if we disarm ourselves, others will be nice and follow suit” myth

In a previous article, I refuted the basic leftist myth at the heart of all arms control (=arms reduction=disarmament) policies: that cutting America’s weapon inventories, and eventually dismantling them completely (and leftists want to do so soon), will somehow make America and the world safer. The reasons why it won’t are severalfold: disarming oneself only invites aggression; a world without ...

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Obama vows to defeat all government spending cuts “for the people”

President Obama has, through the Whitehouse  press, promised to veto any spending cuts that come out of Congress. The President relayed that he will not accept federal spending cuts just to soften the blow to defense spending. Obama forgot to mention that the department of defense doesn’t fund itself – the American people do that. That means that if the ...

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“I inhaled”… Apparently, He Never Stopped!


In 2006, Senator Obama declared that he had “inhaled, that was the point.” In a moment of total unadulterated truth the now-president admitted to doing something illegal. But none the less he told the truth and admitted to it. Something, it seems, he has not been able to do for at least 5 years now. The president said this past ...

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Should McCain’s Campaign Have Muzzled Palin on Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s Racism?


When truth is prevented from ever reaching the ears of the American public during a presidential campaign the consequences can often be tragic. Consider the case of the 2008 mainstream media cover up and strict avoidance of Obama’s long time connection to Black Nationalist minister Jeremiah Wright and his firebrand racist comments. The media shackled the truth and allowed then ...

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