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Gun Theft is on the Rise This Year – How To Stay Safe

A stolen firearm is every gun owner’s worst nightmare. If you don’t have insurance on it, you’ll be out whatever the gun was worth. Even if you do, it’s still a huge inconvenience, and you could be looking at potential legal problems if your gun gets used in a crime and you didn’t notice it was stolen. Unfortunately, gun theft ...

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Afghanistan Strategy Is the Only Hope for Education Reform

The federal government is currently enmeshed in two gigantic, expensive reform projects, one domestic and one foreign. Both are failures even though the tactics couldn’t be more different. In one — at a cost of $2.5 trillion — Uncle Sam is trying manfully to completely change a political culture. In the other — at just under $1 trillion — Uncle ...

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Vikings Win, Packers Star QB May Be Out for Season

The Minnesota Vikings beat the Green Bay Packers Sunday in a scrappy all-around game. The Vikings’ 23-10 win was their second straight in the division. The Packers lost Aaron Rodgers to a broken right collarbone in the first quarter, when Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr knocked him to the ground after Rodgers threw a pass to Martellus Bennett. The Packers have suffered ...

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Report: Roger Goodell Won’t Require NFL Players to Stand for Anthem

Roger Goodell

The National Football League has executed a flea flicker play and will NOT require players to stand during the national anthem. Despite earlier reports that Commissioner Roger Goodell had sent a letter to teams that no kneeling would be allowed, that has been reversed and it now appears that the protests will continue indefinitely with the league’s blessing. NFL: League ...

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Burgess Owens Sides With President Trump on NFL Controversy

Former NFL star Burgess Owens has come out big with his support for President Trump in regards to his handling of the National Football League controversy. Owens has been on Fox and Friends, Tucker Carlson tonight and even Hannity to discuss his thoughts on players kneeling for the national anthem. Owens said this is not a black or white American ...

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CBS Takes a Knee, Does Not Show Anthem

NFL on CBS

The NFL Thursday Night Football game between the Carolina Panthers and Philadelphia Eagles featured a new twist in the National Anthem protests – CBS and the NFL Network decided not to televise the pre-game playing of “The Star Spangled-Banner.” None of the players on either team kneeled during the anthem according to accounts of fans attending the game although two ...

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Kaepernick: When Taking a Knee Is All About Me

Just think — if Tim Tebow had taken a knee for Antifa instead of God he might still be in the NFL. Or at least he could be a topic of conversation for people wondering why Tebow wasn’t playing. I find it ironic a league that is now encouraging “celebrations” after a touchdown, frowned on Tebow offering a quick word ...

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DACA: Check Expiration Date Before Relying on Trump Promises

In May of 2016 Donald Trump casually discarded one of his central campaign promises. I thought it was remarkable. While it was traditional for Republican candidates in former campaigns to wait until after their inauguration to break campaign promises, Trump didn’t even wait until he was the nominee. Trump had repeatedly declared, “By self-funding my campaign, I am not controlled ...

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Minnesota Vikings lose heartbreaker; Detroit Lions Kneel

The Minnesota Vikings suffered a heartbreaking loss to a division rival the Detroit Lions. Their defeat, a 14-7 loss on Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium, might have come with some deadly consequences. The Vikings star rookie running back, Dalvin Cook who was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2017 NFL draft, went down early in the second half with a ...

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Louisiana Lawmaker Proposes Cutting New Orleans Saints Subsidies Over Protests

People in Louisiana absolutely love their Saints. They stuck with them through thick and thin (mostly thin) during decades of horrific play and national mockery. This humble author actually lived outside of New Orleans back in the days when fans would wear bags over their heads when they went to games but still, they were loyal to a fault. There ...

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The Revelation Coming Soon

The Revelation 12 Sign in 5 Minutes! September 23 2017 Alignment Explained What you need to know From Parable Of The Vineyard: The Revelation 12 Sign is an extremely rare and complex astronomical alignment which many believe matches the Biblical prophecy found in Revelation 12:1-2. Later this year, multiple celestial bodies will converge into one area of the sky to ...

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The mother of all monuments

Who doesn’t like a good fad? From piling into phone booths in the Fifties to the iconic pet rocks of the Eighties, fads grab the attention of the country and then quickly flame out. And then there was disco, which had a slightly shorter life span than the Carter administration but was every bit as painful. Talk about your misery ...

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College Made Me a Conservative

How College Made Me a Conservative

Jay Stephens went into her elite liberal arts college a social justice warrior….and graduated as a get-off-my-lawn conservative. How did that happen? Watch Jay’s story.  

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An open letter to CNN

Dear CNN, So, how have you been?  I haven’t heard much from you over the last couple of weeks.  Granted, I don’t actually watch you, but I know a couple of people that do.  Well, to be honest, it’s only one person.  He’s the uncle of a friend of a neighbor’s ex-wife’s yoga instructor.  He watches from jail. Recently, though, ...

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