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Net Neutrality Regulations and the Death of the Republic

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Obama has made it clear that the net neutrality question could be settled without Congress. By executive order, you say? Nope. Even worse—by bureaucratic regulations: The White House on Thursday said legislation was not necessary to settle so-called net neutrality

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Study - E-cigs Don't Lead to Regular Smoking


Liberals hate fun. Maybe not all fun… but some fun. Liberals have for years been trying to make everyone stop smoking cigarettes and so you would think that the advent of e-cigs would be viewed as a good ting. But you

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Texas is Considering Legalizing Marijuana - but Sheriffs say 'No Way'

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Texas is big on freedom and big on economic prosperity but legalizing marijuana may be a step too far for some. While other nearby states are experimenting with loosening the reins on marijuana use, Texas’ sheriffs are not about to

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Colorado Still Pot Positive

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In a new survey, 90% of Colorado’s supporters for legalized pot would vote to legalize it again: More than 90 percent of the respondents who voted in the 2012 election on Amendment 64 – the measure allowing adults to legally

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Police Commissioner says NYPD has shown “Remarkable Restraint”

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NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton was on NBC’s Meet the Press with Chuck Todd on Sunday where he defended his officers and their reaction to the recent events in New York City. “The common ground here is really to, one, as

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Famous Cop says New York City Mayor Should Resign!

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Famous former NYPD Detective Bo Dietl was on Fox News’ Justice with Judge Jeanine and made some pretty strong statements on Sunday when he said that New York City’s Mayor Bill de Blasio should resign and take his wife and

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Harvard Law Professor: No One Wants to Study Rape Law!


After reading the title, I bet I can guess your response.  Of Course Not! Why in the world would anyone want to study “Rape Law” unless they were a psychotic feminist who enjoys looking down their nose at the rest

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Texas Man Arrested for Carrying a Gun in Public

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Carrying a gun is a legal action that can get you arrested anyway. In Texas, open carrying a rifle is perfectly legal. By “perfectly legal,” I mean it’s not against the law at all. It’s not a crime. It’s not

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Conservative Leader says there should be a Civil Rights Investigation into Eric Garner's Killing

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Conservative thinker and leader George Will was on Fox News defending efforts to bring a Civil Rights investigation into the choking death of Eric Garner at the hands of the New York police. “This is exactly what this law was

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Judge Arrested for DUI, Has Fellow Judge Dismiss her Charges for Her

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A judge arrested for the same law you or I might get arrested for doesn’t have to play by the same rules. A Texas judge got pulled over back in July and was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). Not

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Milwaukee Sheriff Clark says Obama Admin’s Profiling Guidelines Mean Nothing to Him!

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Conservatives across the country already love and respect Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke – who happens to be a Democrat – because of his vocal support of both the 2nd Amendment and of citizen’s right to defend themselves. Well, now

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Rudy Giuliani says Darren Wilson Case should have Never Gone to Grand Jury!

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Former New York City Mayor, Rudy Giuliani (R-NY) has had a lot to say about the legal proceedings in Ferguson, Missouri of late… but his most recent comments may be the most controversial yet! The popular New Yorker said that

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