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The Modern Zenger Trial: Can Truth Be Discriminatory?

The origins of freedom of the press in America can really be traced back to 1735 and the trial of John Peter Zenger. Zenger, the editor of a small newspaper in colonial New York, regularly printing material derogatorily portraying royal governor William Crosby. For the crime of printing negative comments grounded in fact, Zenger was put on trial for treason. ...

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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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Selective Application of Tolerance

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Tolerance is a virtue. But to be a positive force in a nation, or a community, it must be applied universally, not selectively. Definitionally, it denotes not only forbearance of behavior, but of opinions that are disagreed with. Yet the degree of intolerance shown to those who oppose the radical homosexual agenda is immensely disturbing, especially coming from those who ...

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Congressional duel between McDermott and Ryan

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First, here is a small segment of Congressman Jim McDermott, apparently attempting to educate individuals at the IRS hearings about whether or not the government was attempting to silence conservative groups through the IRS. Yes, you heard that right. It’s not the fault of the IRS, but the fault of the organizations for attempting to get tax-exempt status in the ...

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Student claims forced participation in anti-gun propaganda

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Student claims forced participation in anti-gun propaganda America’s college campuses are notoriously hostile toward traditional values and conservative students, fairly frequently, are faced with the proposition of publicly denouncing their own views or possibly failing a class. Such was the case in the classroom of Midwestern State University at Provost professor Jennifer Yucus, according to a complaint filed by one ...

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Christian Ideals Not Welcome in Chicago or Boston?

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Since January 1 there have been 300 murders in Chicago. The terrible violence in the city, often killing innocent children does not seem to make the news. But, when Rahm Emanuel heard about Chick-Fil-A being a company founded on Christian beliefs, suddenly it was “Stop the Presses!” This was a major news story. Really? Did you hear about this? A ...

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Discrimination — The Politically Incorrect Guide

Choose the car you like, the woman you marry, or the supermarket you shop at, and you “discriminate.” We all discriminate every minute of our lives—to discriminate means to choose between endless options that suit your needs, values, or preferences. Personal discrimination means having the right to choose what you do with your body, values, and the money or property ...

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Meet the FFB, the Largest D C Slush Fund Ever Part 2

In part 1 of Meet the FFB, we discovered how Congress had created their own mafia-style loan sharking Federal Financing Bank where designated Congressional committees have had little to zero oversight in billions of dollars in “loans” where taxpayers lose huge amounts of money. ( think Solyndra here ) Meanwhile, politicians are stuffing their campaign coffers, crony-capitalists, union bed-pals, friends,and relatives ...

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Black Group Sues Democratic Party for Racial Discrimination/Demands Apology From Obama

  A class action lawsuit was filed in a U.S. District Court in Seattle, Washington against the Democratic Party of America for it’s long history of racial discrimination against African-Americans. The lead plaintiff is listed as one Wayne Perryman, an African-American Minister, author and community organizer from Mercer, Washington.  This group is neither a small group of rabble-rousing trouble-makers out to make a ...

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