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Obama Embraces Keeping Blacks Stuck on the Democrat Plantation

Hate, fear and smear!! “Shame on you Barack Obama!!” – Feb 23, 2008 This is the legacy of the Democrat party and one which President Obama embraces and actually appears to relish. He is quite familiar with the hate, fear and smear art form practiced by his fellow democratic leaders. He uses it with adept frequency. The president flies into ...

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No Democrats, We Don’t Belong To The Government


  Democrats have shown just how far off the sanity cliff they’ve gone in their video to open the Democratic National Convention. Just to repeat, the narrator says, “Government is the only thing that we all belong to…we’re together as a part of our city, or our county or our state. Or our nation.” There’s no spinning this. It’s worse ...

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Parenting Toward Capitalism

Piggy banks

In a century already plagued by stories of “crony capitalism” like Halliburton and Solyndra, the concept of capitalism is really getting a bad rap. I decided long ago that the liberal indoctrination of my children through mainstream media would not happen. So, when I see an opportunity to parent them away from destructive messages and toward the highest ideals, I ...

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ObamaCare – Punishing Success and Responsibility


By now we have all heard the “You Didn’t Build That” speech. President Obama does not often make his true feelings known, but that speech was telling. As he tries to back-peddle from having the man behind the curtain revealed, it is important to point out a few little ways the Affordable Care Act re-enforces his proclamation that success is ...

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Gun Control Laws Only Control the Law Abiding


Just like the majority of police officers who never have to fire their gun during the course of a career, most civilians will never be shot at while watching a movie, browsing in a shopping mall or attending school. But for those few that do have the misfortune to be an unwilling participant in an ambush here are a few ...

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Protecting Yourself

protect yourself

What can you do to protect yourself if a situation like Aurora, CO erupts? You don’t need Special Ops training,  but it makes sense to listen to what a SEAL recommends. Today on America Live with Megyn Kelly former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb shared his expertise and advice with viewers. Based on his experience as a SEAL and sniper Webb ...

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Penn State: A Season in Purgatory

Possible location of the new JoePa memorial shower?

On Saturday, September 8th, the University of Virginia has a once–in–a–lifetime opportunity to demonstrate how an institution obeys the same honor code that governs its students. The Cavaliers can prove to the world that UVA’s honor code is more than mere words when they refuse to play their football game against Penn State. But wait, you say, that would be ...

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Participants Revolt Against The Derecho Project

Sustainable Living: So simple a caveman can do it!

It’s unfortunate The Derecho Project — the largest urban global warming mitigation experiment in history — has proven to be an abject failure. Really a shame, too since the project’s design was almost perfect. The sample was composed of liberal environmentalists in Maryland, D.C. and Arlington who should have been eager to personally have a role in reducing the nation’s ...

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A Simple Replacement for ObamaCare


The obvious solution to the health care problem is self-insurance. The Obama Tax is designed to effect those who are young, healthy, and can afford insurance. Who makes the decision about what someone else can afford? But that is beside the point. The point is that if one is young and healthy and can afford insurance, then one can probably ...

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Student Loans-In Need of a Fix?


Part 2 Yesterday we talked about many of the problems inherent with student loans in our society. Today I’d like to share some common sense ideas. Do note, I’m just a mom and I’m not a professional. Also: there are plenty of websites dedicated to finding financial aid for college, do your research before starting school. These suggestions are just ...

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A Moral Case for Capitalism


There is a pervasive attitude in academia and in the culture at large that socialists are misunderstood intellectuals and capitalists are selfish, greedy pigs. What is absent in the cultural discussion is the moral case for capitalism. Capitalism is morally right because it is consistent with free will, individual autonomy, and human creativity; it is a more ethical basis for ...

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Global Governance vs. National Sovereignty

The International Conference on Global Governance vs. National Sovereignty, sponsored by American Freedom Alliance, concluded Monday in Los Angeles CA. The chief question posed at the Conference’s opening: Is Global Governance vs. National Sovereignty the West’s next ideological war? John Bolton, Former U.S. Ambassador to the UN gave Sunday morning’s Keynote Speech. Ambassador Bolton spoke from first hand experience, sharing ...

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I had a dream. About a Jackbooted Beauty


This morning I had a dream. About a jackbooted beauty. In the dream I was on a train. An old fashioned passenger car, something like the old steamer engines pulled. Inside the car were many other passengers of higher station than me, Diplomats, Advisors, and Politicians. Along both the sides of the car were couches and private curtained areas. Down ...

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Puerto Rico does have a language barrier

Rick Santorum said recently that Puerto Rico should put emphasis on learning English, and he has been criticized for it. I see his critics as either political in nature or as new-jerk political correctness. There are underlying social issues unique of Puerto Rico and political party affiliations there that need to be known before even beginning to make any assumptions. ...

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Start producing ultra-renewable foods in your own home: Sprouting for Health and Vitality

Most people are familiar with sprouts, sprouts in their salads, sandwiches and stir fry for example. Sprouts are tasty and equally important, nutritious. When you think of sprouts you may think of just alfalfa and bean sprouts. But there are many sprouts you can grow, not only for taste but for health. Each variety of sprout specializing in their own ...

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