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The Times They Are A Changin’


There is no way to accurately evaluate and judge the times in which you’re living. Russians in their revolution of 1917 thought they were making their lives better by getting rid of the Czar, and they were wrong. Germany in 1933 thought they were improving their lives by going with Hitler and ignoring the edicts of the post-World War I ...

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NFL protests on 9/11 anniversary highlight freedoms, not injustices, of America


When San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick knelt during the singing of the national anthem during a preseason football game, he was the catalyst for a still-unfolding series of protests and counter-protests. Both players from around the league and fans have expressed support and outrage for Kaepernick’s actions. Interestingly, the majority of the controversy has not been focused on Kaepernick’s ...

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The memory of the left is at best “fuzzy”!


The left must be extremely desperate. You’ve heard that politics is a very dirty game. This year or this cycle we seem to have both barrels filled with fecal matter. The left keep accusing Trump and the right with horrendous allegations that they are the elitists, the haters of average Americans, haters of the refugees or immigrants, haters of women! ...

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IX-XI: We Must Neither Forget Nor Forgive

Eagle- America Deserves Better

Never forget the attack on the World Trade Center Never forget the oppression of the unconstitutional Obamacare on all Americans Never forget the American lives lost at Benghazi Never forget Obama’s Iran nuke deal Never forget Obama opening our borders to whomever wants to enter Never forget the EPA’s job-destroying inundation of unconstitutional regulations Never forget the IRS scandal Never ...

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Fifteen Years On, I Wonder What the Falling Man Would Think

Fifteen years on from the attacks of September 11, 2001, and Osama bin Laden in dead. This serves as a symbolic victory in the war against Islamofascism. But the fact of the matter is we are less safe; more vulnerable to an attack by Islamic jihadists than we were eight years ago. The blame for this must be laid at ...

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How Sick is Hillary Clinton?


There is no doubt that Hillary Clinton is suffering from some illness, in addition to her mental illness, and it isn’t an allergic reaction to hearing Donald Trump’s voice as she claims. There are also questions about the identity and purpose of the black man who pops out of nowhere when hillary has one of her “episodes”.  I have terrible ...

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Who’s In Charge Here: Hillary Or Obama?

Trump gets prayer shawl and gets blessed

Following Obama’s promise to “fundamentally transform America”, with his opening of our borders, his lies about Obamacare, his giving a nuclear weapon to Iran, his pleas to Vladimir Putin to give him more time to act in Russia’s welfare, and his intimidating Republicans into silence as he controlled events and directed government and foreign affairs as he wanted them to ...

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Hillary Is The Worst Dressed Woman In America

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I am sure that we can all agree that when it comes to a wardrobe, Hillary is no slave to fashion. People talk about Trump not being presidential enough, look at hillary, half the time she looks like a bag lady. Why does she often look like she hasn’t washed her hair in a month?     Just look at that ...

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Save the Republican Party: Vote for Clinton??


G.W. Bush executive director James Glassman has thrown his hat into the ring for Hillary as the only way to save the Republican party. His New York Times  (yeah, that’s a bastion of conservatism) article assumes most of us are focused on saving his party … I’m voting for Mrs. Clinton because, despite her deficiencies, she will make a better president. But ...

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OK, so now segregation isn’t racist?


I don’t get it. For decades, civil rights activists in America have worked to blur the lines between the races, make the content of one’s character more important than the color of their skin. Now – not so much. California State University Los Angeles established the segregated housing for black students in time for the current school year, according to The ...

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Republicans Always Get Nailed, Democrats Always Get A Pass


The latest belly-aching from the liberal press involves questions about the locations where Donald Trump intends to house illegal/criminal aliens caught in a deportation round-up that Trump may initiate. I don’t recall them worrying about the whereabouts and the conditions of the tens of thousands of illegals who have entered our country the last several years. Nor has the press ...

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Clinton’s Excuses Fall Outside the Realm of Plausible Deniability

WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 06:  Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers remarks after being presented the 2013 Tom Lantos Human Rights Prize December 6, 2013 in Washington, DC. Clinton received the award for her work in the areas of women's rights and internet freedom.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

The credibility of our government has been marginalized, and increasingly so for decades. The agenda-driven politicization of departments and agencies – government entities that are supposed to serve the people – has facilitated an all-encompassing bureaucracy loyal to elitist politicians over the American people. This corrupt, special interest-serving politicization has exploded in the almost eight-years of the Obama Administration. In ...

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Chastity Backlash Breaks Out Among Christians


Evidently there’s a significant subset of the female population angry and resentful because they didn’t have more opportunity to be exposed to STDs in their younger years. Lyz Lenz, in particular, moans she “still has a stain” on her heart because she remained a virgin until she married. I would have thought that beat worrying about stains on your clothes ...

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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

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I just finished watching the movie of the same title, made in 1939 starring James Stewart as an honest young man appointed to the United States Senate in hopes he could be controlled by the senior senator from his state (Texas), a corrupt man seeking his own power and wealth and happy to be the pawn of a greedy and ...

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