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Evidently, ‘Black America’ Doesn’t Get It

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One Baltimore protester exclaimed to FOX News’ Geraldo Rivera, “I want to tell White America to stop not giving a damn about Black people.” And there you have it in a nutshell, the underlying sentiment trying to be vocalized by a violent, frustrated Black urban demographic that has taken to the streets in cities areas across America. There is just ...

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Pimping Out Harriet Tubman For Profitable Racism

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    How do black leftist get ahead? They profit from racism. Racism has become the best method of success in a country where slavery was abolished in 1865 and the 1965 Civil Rights Act eradicated segregation against black Americans once and for all. It’s too bad that idea sticks like hard peanut butter in the throats of leftist progressives, ...

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URGENT: How to beat Barack Obama’s executive order gun control

It is often said that the Second Amendment is the First Amendment. Without it there can be no others. The Obama Administration just announced plans to use as many as 23 new executive orders to weaken our Second Amendment. These new orders will chip away at our Constitutional right to possess and bear arms. From limiting the amount of ammunition ...

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Republicans Advocate Surrender After Defeat

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Evidently Romney campaign consultants were paying way too much attention to Michelle Obama’s War on Cafeteria Lunch Ladies. Consequently, when her husband offered a campaign built around Bread & Circuses; they countered with healthy eating and free–range elephants. A role reversal that proved fatal. More than once I’ve heard discouraged conservatives complain that ignorant voters were responsible for re–electing Obama, ...

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The Gettysburg Address Today

On June 1, 1865, Senator Charles Sumner commented on what is now considered the most famous speech by President Abraham Lincoln. In his eulogy on the slain president, he called it a “monumental act.” He said Lincoln was mistaken that “the world will little note, nor long remember what we say here.” Rather, the Bostonian remarked, “The world noted at ...

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National Right To Carry: An Individual Right, Not A State Right

The U.S. House of Representatives voted on National Right To Carry on November 16th. An unusual argument against gun rights has been presented by the small-government crowd, of which I consider myself a member. Ed Morrissey at Hot Air best describes this issue: For permit holders like myself, the ability to travel with my pistol into other states without having ...

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Revealing Dr. King’s Dream

Nearly half a century ago, one of the most famous speeches in American history was delivered on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in our nation’s capital. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a civil rights leader in a time where racial bigotry was a fact. Many have tried to justify the facts, explain them away, make excuses for the ...

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Jesse Jackson: It’s Civil War vs. Civil Rights

Jesse Jackson posits the argument that Conservatives want to re-fight the civil war in order to destroy his civil rights. Social justice, slavery and more are thrown about as he attempts to dismantle the logical argument of true freedom – individual rights –  by pushing big government enslavement. His crowd is eating it up. “Should you choose unity over individual ...

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Civil Rights Protests/Union Protests: Apples and Oranges!

I read an article today about a black man who marched for civil rights in the days of Martin Luther King. You know, back in the days when American citizens were not only protesting to get real workers’ rights, but also ‘fighting’ for their constitutional civil rights; back in the day when people were being killed simply for demanding that ...

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