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Beretta Leaves Gun Control Maryland for Pro-Gun Tennessee

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Beretta is moving. Democrats in the state of Maryland actually think that their recent gun control bill that went into effect last fall is actually making people and schools safer. The law includes a ban on 45 different “assault” weapons,

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Corporate Accountability in a Free Market

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One of the most common arguments against the free market, and it’s as old as the birth of social crusades, is that corporations powered by greed will do anything to anyone to make a buck if the market is entirely

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Target Becomes Target of Armed Robberies After Declaring Themselves Gun-Free Zones

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This is hardly the first time something like this has happened. Recently, a barbecue restaurant that was very adamant about and probably proud of their no-guns policy was robbed at gunpoint. There’s a shock. Breitbart’s reporting now that there have

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"Have a Blessed Day" Gets US Bank Teller Fired

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How would you react if someone at a bank or store told you to ‘have a blessed day’ instead of saying ‘have a nice day?’ In 2009, someone told Polly Neace to ‘have a blessed day’ and she said it

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Target “Respectfully” Asks to Become Next Target of Armed Robbery

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Following a string of food establishments’ “respectfully” asking their customers to relinquish their 2nd Amendment rights to bear arms when on their premises, Target thought they might join the fold as well. Target’s interim CEO John Mulligan released this statement

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JP Morgan Asks Employees "Are You An Ally Of The LGBT Community?"

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“The more history changes, the more it stays the same.” – Shannon Alder There was a time when people were asked: “Are you now, or have you ever been?” That phrase is most often attributed to the 1950′s, and the

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The Selfishness Of Refusing To Learn English

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“A selfish man is a thief.” – Jose Marti There are basic rules people must follow if they are to live in, and participate in a functioning society. Do not kill, do not steal, do not behave recklessly—just to name

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Hobby Lobby Wins & Liberals Cry About It

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Yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby. In case you’ve been in a cave for the last year, I’ll do a brief recap. Hobby Lobby filed a lawsuit regarding the Obamacare HHS mandate, because they believed their

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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of “Anti-Woman” Hobby Lobby

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They’re anti-woman, because they don’t want to be forced to pay for contraceptives and abortifacient drugs as part of the government mandate for them to purchase health insurance products for their employees. Women apparently feel discriminated against, because this means

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Hobby Lobby Co-Founders Graciously Thank Supporters

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The co-founders of Hobby Lobby, David and Barbara Green, took time today to graciously thank all of their supporters for standing by the embattled company. This victory ensures that “closely-held” private companies will be able to continue to operate by

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Store Clerk Suspended for Refusing to be a Robbery Victim

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They say you should never bring a knife to a gunfight. But that’s exactly what this particular Vermont robber did at Mac’s Convenience Store in Rutland County. As the store clerk was closing up for the night, a guy with

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SeaTac City Residents Paying for City’s $15 Minimum Wage

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Obama and Democrats have been pushing to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $15 an hour. Their argument is that people making minimum wage cannot support themselves or their families on that little pay. It sounds

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