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The Second Democrat Debate

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On Saturday night Nov.15 the second democrat debate was held at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Hosted by CBS Political News Director John Dickerson and moderated by Kevin Conney, anchor for KCCI-TV in Des Moines, Nancy Cordes of CBS News  and Kathie Obradovich of the Des Moines Register the questions were pretty straight forward as a debate questions should ...

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Eagle Storm Coming

  I hear and see so many people referring to islam as “radical” or “moderate” but that is a fallacy spread by fools who apologize and make excuses for a murderous cult dedicated to satan, and those cowards who hide behind political correctness so they don’t “offend” the perpetually offended satanists. The “moderate” moslems are those who silently support the ...

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Maybe Al Gore Can Explain To The Dead Bodies In Paris How Global Warming Is A Greater Threat Than Terrorism


So here’s our beloved Al Gore, broadcasting his Eiffel Tower Climate Telethon, which was concocted to warn the world of the threat to life on earth from the proven lie of Global warming/Climate change, while a few blocks away from the Eiffel Tower ISIS terrorists were killing dozens of innocent people who were just trying to dine out, relax and ...

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Collapse of Universities as Institutions of “Higher Learning”


Students at several universities have been protesting over some legitimate, and even some illegitimate, grievances and “injustices” recently. In unsurprisingly duplicitous fashion, they have engaged in the same type of tactics they denounce: bullying, intimidation, and bigotry, in what should be the most open and diverse setting – institutions of higher learning. At the University of Missouri, there was a ...

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A Nation of Communist Wimps and Pussies


When Obama first burst upon the scene with his “Hope and Change” I said “Why? What’s wrong with America?” When he talked about having an internal army bigger than our regular army a lot of red flags went up. I pictured Hitler’s brown shirts who were an internal army reporting anyone who disagreed with the current administration. I see that ...

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What Americans Need Is A “Safe Space” From Spoiled College Punks Who Are Themselves A Microaggression On Society

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When the most coddled and protected elites of a nation begin protesting that they are being mistreated and need a “safe space” to escape the harshness of daily living and the offensive things one sees, hears and smells during the day, we know we’re in trouble. In the recent university protests we’ve seen college-level juveniles lie about college presidents they ...

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As The Left’s Global Warming Lies Collapse, Obama Prepares For Paris By Further Crushing America’s Economy

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Recent studies and reports have proven that “settled science” and other proclamations about a warming earth are exactly wrong, but facts have never stood in the way of liberal lies.  There is vast evidence that the Sun is about to enter a solar minimum phase similar to that experienced in the Middle Ages when the earth became cloudier and cooler. ...

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The Fourth Republican Presidential Debate

MILWAUKEE, WI - NOVEMBER 10:  Presidential candidates Ohio Governor John Kasich (L-R), Jeb Bush, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Carly Fiorina take the stage in the Republican Presidential Debate sponsored by Fox Business and the Wall Street Journal at the Milwaukee Theatre November 10, 2015 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The fourth Republican debate is held in two parts, one main debate for the top eight candidates, and another for four other candidates lower in the current polls.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

On Tuesday night Nov. 10th the fourth Republican Presidential debate was held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Moderated by Fox Business Network reporters Neal Cavuto and Maria Bartiromo and Wall Street Journal reporter Gerard Baker, this debate was more civil, respectful and down to earth than the last debate. This time the moderators were more mature and refined and didn’t try to ...

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Miami Herald Headline: How Could So Much Go So Wrong?

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The headline above, if seen six or seven years ago, would have been frightening to Americans who feared for their country with the likes of Obama in the White House. But today Americans have become hardened to the announcement of a new Obama executive order that crushes some long-respected law, reverses a social norm that’s always been the way we ...

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Boy Have Things Changed

Here is just one more example of how we have fallen as a society and how we are showing a dis-service to our children. When I was a kid, if I got in trouble at school, I got in trouble at home as well. If I got bad grades, my father would want to know why, then sit me down ...

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Donald Trump On Saturday Night Live!!

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I must admit I haven’t watched Saturday Night Live (SNL) for at least the past 20-30 years and from what I’ve  heard it  hasn’t been funny for many, many  years, but when I heard Donald Trump was hosting this week-end I had to give it a try. I was pleasantly surprised and he made the show great again like he ...

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  Once again I have been extremely impressed by the staff and residents at our local veterans home. Bert Ellard and the recreation and activities department showed their dedication to and love of the local people, the center residents and the community. They put on a Trick or Treat event with a carnival that was magnificent to say the least. ...

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