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University Students Make Racist Demands, And Liberal Administrators Cave


Who says today’s young people don’t play old-time, traditional games anymore? The radicals and black students at Kansas University are playing the fond old game of follow-the-leader after watching the Missouri University student body punch the MU administration a few times and get away with it. Young people have traditionally attended college to learn, but at MU and KU what ...

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ISIS video targets Times Square in NYC [video]

ISIS threatens NY

A video released Wednesday congratulates the terrorists for the Paris attack and shows a suicide bomber preparing to attack in New York City. Last week, the same terror group indicated that Washington D.C. might be their next target. Both threats contained the same underlying message – Paris was just the beginning.

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The Chess Game That Is Syria; World War III In The Making?

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In a 60 Minutes interview President Obama was asked about Russia’s military plan in Syria, diametrically opposed to US interests and Obama stated “I’d rather lead on Climate Change”.   Climate Change is the only aspect of the world Obama admits he will lead on.  The US foreign policy under the Obama Administration is “leading from behind”. And it has been ...

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48 Hours: What do we know now about Paris Terror 2015?

Paris terrorism

This has been the worst weekend for the western world since September 11th, 2001. 2 complete days after the cowardly ISIS attack against unarmed citizens, what do we now know? At least 129 innocent, unarmed and easy-to-attack people were killed by the cowards of ISIS. With France’s draconian gun laws, these trained and armed militants chose targets that would allow ...

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Substantive FOX Business Debate Largely Fair, “Soft” to Liberal Media

Both of Tuesday night’s GOP debates finally fulfilled a criteria promised by all networks which have hosted one- they actually discussed the issues. Most candidates actually delved into the specifics of their tax plan, citing specific rates they would assess and loopholes they would close. The controversial artificial control of interest rates by the Federal Reserve was also discussed. Yes, ...

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Robot Cars: The Return of the Sunday Driver

self driving car license

Perceptive conservatives have long been suspicious of ‘mass transit’ because of the term’s Karl Marxian connotations. For the left that’s a selling point because wedging the masses into mass transit allows ‘experts’ to decide where we will work and where we will live. The only roadblock, so to speak, is the automobile. People like cars because personal vehicles embody individual ...

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A Look at the Free Market Credentials of the GOP Candidates’ Tax Plans

This combo made from file photos shows the 2016 Republican presidential candidates who have officially declared their candidacy as of Sunday, July 12, 2015. Top row, from left, Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Texas U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, South Carolina U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee. Bottom row, from left, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, former New York Gov. George Pataki, Kentucky U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Florida U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, and real estate mogul Donald Trump. (AP Photo)

Wednesday night’s CNBC GOP debate was touted as economic-centric. It ended up being more about the moderators baiting the candidates with ridiculous and biased questions, such as John Harwood’s query to Mick Huckabee as to whether Donald Trump has the “moral authority” to lead the nation. But there needs to be some serious discussion of economics injected into the primaries beyond ...

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A Tale of Two Rhetorical Strategies at the Benghazi Committee Hearing

Once upon a time, in a place now known as “the birthplace of democracy,” debate between men whose primary interest was in using discourse to expand their knowledge not demonstrate their superior intellect revolved around rhetoric. There was an inherent understanding that the way an argument was constructed was equally important to the merits of an argument. Though this recognition ...

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Liberal ideology subverts middle-schoolers’ votes

San fransisco students have election nullified

There is no question that public colleges and universities are progressive breeding grounds. Free speech zones, limitations on who and how groups may assemble, anti-religious sentiment and all sorts of politically-correct crap. Now, that same failing ideology is seeping into your kids’ schools. A San Francisco middle-school principle decided that the results of a student body election may not be ...

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While Obama and Hillary seek to disarm America, Isrealis request gun permits to defend themselves

Isrealis get guns while Americans lose them

While Israelis are arming themselves to fend off the increasing number of murderous Arabs, Americans are being threatened with confiscation and obstruction by President Obama and presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. As more Arabs go berzerk and knife, run-over, shoot or bomb Israeli citizens, the government is making it easier for Israelis to obtain firearms. Gilad Erdan, Minister of Public ...

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Walmart avoids FTC investigation by removing questionable ‘Made in USA’ labels


Walmart is a fine purveyor of the cheapest stuff on the planet and with that comes the reputation of being a retailer of mainly cheaply-made Chinese goods. The massive retailer tried to change that image by labeling more goods as “Made in America” and the Federal Trade Commission had a few questions about many of those items. The FTC said in ...

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The Islamic Trojan Horse Invasion


Recently a letter from a resident named Nicolai Sennels in Denmark appeared warning the U.S. not to take refugees. The letter, in part, said: Dear North Americans;Rumors have reached Europe that you are about to repeat our mistake of taking in tens of thousands of refugees from the Third World. Having seen my country and my continent radically changed during ...

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Turning the Tables on Verizon & Other Cable Buccaneers

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Charles Murray’s new book — BY THE PEOPLE: Rebuilding Liberty Without Permission —urges conservatives to embrace civil disobedience, but with a difference: We won’t loot CVS stores. In the face of all–pervasive government demanding we obey picayune regulations, Murray urges us to: “…withhold that compliance through systematic civil disobedience. Not for all regulations, but for the pointless, stupid and tyrannical ...

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