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Oregon Community College Shooter had ‘mental health issues’

umpqua community college

9 people are dead and 9 others injured during a campus shooting at Roseburg, Oregon’s Umpqua Community College on Thursday. Shots were reportedly fired at about 10:40am local time this morning in Snyder Hall. As shots rang out, the campus was put on lock-down. the gunman’s family told investigators that he suffered from mental health issues and had sought treatment Who was the ...

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Pennsylvania still operating without a budget


Would you go to work knowing that you aren’t getting paid until the company’s budget is passed? That is exactly what teachers in the Chester Upland School District did when the school year started. Tuesday, once again, Pennsylvania Governor Wolf rejected an attempt by Republican legislators to pass a stopgap measure that was introduced. Pennsylvania has been operating without a ...

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ISIS planning largest religious cleansing in history – with nukes

Nuclear Iran

With President Obama’s Iranian nuclear deal just recently complete, ISIS is planning a ‘nuclear tsunami’ against the west. Nuclear annihilation across the globe. This is what a German reporter who successfully embedded with the Islamic State says the terror group is planning. Jurgen Todenhofer released his findings in a book titled “Inside IS – Ten Days in the Islamic State,” ...

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Time to bring back ‘The Axis of Evil’?


President Bush made the meme “Axis of Evil” a part of American culture in his 2002 State of the Union address, but Obama’s bumbling in the middle-east has made the moniker valid again. As President Obama’s middle-east strategy falls apart, our current and former adversaries are joining forces to deal with the catastrophe Obama’s failings have left. Hezbollah welcomes Russian buildup ...

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Obama’s Refugee Crisis


Earlier this month, the world, and likely all Americans as well, were repulsed by the images and tale of a 3-year-old Syrian boy whose lifeless body was retrieved from a Turkish beach. The boy and his family were among the millions of displaced refugees fleeing war-torn Syria and surrounding nations. And while foreign policy may not be of great interest ...

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Boehner Resigns!

John Boehner

  In an announcement Friday, Speaker John Boehner announced his resignation from Congress to be effective at the end of October. Boehner has been under intense pressure from the conservative caucus in the house for failing to de-fund planned parenthood, among other give-aways to the left. Many expected Boehner to have a bitter fight to hold on to his speakership, but a ...

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The Pope goes to Washington


Wednesday morning, Pope Francis arrived at the White House to speak with President Obama and to give remarks on our ever changing world. The People Pope was speaking at the People’s House. Pope Francis didn’t wait for formality, as he left for the White House, he stopped to greet and speak to the many who were waiting for a glimpse ...

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Carson states Islam not in the best interest of Presidency

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson speaks during the first Republican presidential debate at the Quicken Loans Arena Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Carson says ‘No’ to a Muslim President Last week, it was Donald Trump in the path of the Democrats demanding that he defend President Obama when called a Muslim. In Trumps words, “Am I morally obligated to defend the president every time somebody says something bad or controversial about him? I don’t think so!” Now there is an outcry because ...

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Walker throws in the towel

Scott Walker

Scott Walker announced Monday that he was suspending his struggling campaign for the GOP nomination for president. After a lackluster performance in last week’s GOP primary debate, Scott Walker has failed to climb out of the bottom rung of GOP nominees. News of Walker’s imminent departure had been making the rounds throughout the day which caused the Wisconsin governor to ...

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Hobby Lobby’s Steve Green Could Profit from Kim Davis’ Example

Find the Christian building in this picture.

After today this column will be a Kim–Davis–free zone, but first lets look at one more facet of the controversy. Although I admire Davis’ courage, I disagree with her refusal as a government official to follow the law. Civil disobedience is confined to civilians. If Davis’ strong Christian faith prevented her from issuing homosexual marriage licenses then she should have ...

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EPA catches Volkswagen cheating, could face $18 Billion in fines


The Environmental Protection Agency ordered Volkswagen to fix nearly 500,000 diesel cars on Friday that the agency said are in violation of clean air laws by using software that cheats on EPA emissions tests. The cars, all built in the last seven years, include a device programmed to detect when they are undergoing official emissions testing, the EPA said, adding that the cars ...

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The Scariest Thing Obama Has Proposed to Date

The Scariest Thing Obama Has Proposed to Date

Few people understand how President Barack Obama has succeeded in pushing through initiatives, programs and legislation that are distinctly unpopular with the total of the American population. To that end, few people understand how such a divisive incumbent president achieved re-election. Common sense would have that if a majority of people stood against a program, initiative or legislation – or ...

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Federal Reserve interest rate decision announced

Audit the Fed - HR 459

The U.S. Federal Reserves’ Open Market Committee (FOMC) has announced the decision to keep interest rates at 0%. The FOMC cited concerns over global economic conditions as the primary reason for not raising rates. The FOMC doesn’t directly affect all interest rates in the American economy. Instead, “the Fed” sets the overnight rate which banks use to charge interest for ...

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