34-Week Baby Cut Out of Mother's Womb not Ruled a Murder!

mom and murderer2 A coroner in Colorado has ruled the death of a 34-week-old fetus cut from its mother’s womb to not be a homicide, but instead a “fetal demise” legally similar to a miscarriage. That means the fetus’s killer won’t face a murder charge.The unborn girl, who was going to be named Aurora, was killed in March when her mother Michelle Wilkins was the victim of a heinous and bizarre attack. Wilkins was responding to a Craigslist ad offering to sell baby clothes, but instead walked into Read more [...]
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AP on Ted Cruz Gun Photo: We Didn’t Mean to Portray him in a Negative Light

ted cruz hands up According to the AP, it was a complete coincidence that there was a gun in the background that was pointing right at Ted Cruz’s head. I mean, I’m sure that the AP photographer didn’t put up the gun poster on the wall in the background, but come on. He knew he wasn’t just taking a profile shot of Cruz. He positioned himself just right so that it looked like the gun was pointed at his head. It was no accident.But AP responded to criticisms, saying that they had no intention of portraying Read more [...]
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Fail: NBC Airs “Moving” Gun Violence Video Featuring Only Black Murderers

black hand gun This is slightly baffling. What I would have expected to see in this “moving” gun violence video was either confessions and statements of regret from only white murderers in prison, or those of imprisoned convicts of an equal array of races.NBC decided to do a short special where convicted murderers were interviewed about what they did. The focus wasn’t so much on their acts of murder; it was on the fact that they used guns. And all those who were interviewed were black.Were these Read more [...]
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Is the Confederate Battle Flag Racist?

2751691807_76f8b44e33_o Short answer: no. It’s an inanimate object. It’s not racist. Whelp. That was easy.But wait, there’s more. Perhaps some better questions would be: Did the Confederate battle flag stand for racism and slavery to the Confederates? The short answer to this is also no. Most if not all of the people who fought under the Confederate battle flag were not fighting for racism. They weren’t even fighting for slavery. Simply put, they were fighting to protect their homes, families, land, and way Read more [...]
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The Stupidity of the Confederate Flag Debate

confederate flag What is a flag? It's a rectangular piece of fabric emblazoned with a specific design that represents something. The American flag is an important piece of our history, as is the confederate flag. However, historical relevance can't always justify something's existence in modern society. If Germany still paraded around the nazi flag, it may be historically relevant, but not such a smart idea.The point is, there is a legitimate debate to be had regarding the confederate flag on the Capitol grounds Read more [...]
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Republicans Join Together to Defend Religious Liberty!

ReligiousFreedomRally1 Republicans Join Forces to Defend Religious Liberty! Congressman Raul Labrador (R-ID) and Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) have joined together in an effort to reinforce rights that they shouldn’t have to be defending. The First Amendment has been under assault in recent days. Particularly the government (particularly the courts) has focused its efforts on tearing down our religious freedom. Well, there are some legislators who won’t let us lose our religious freedom without a fight. The Read more [...]
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Nevada's Common Core Turns into Huge Money Pit!

commoncore2 A new, online standardized test designed to test Nevada schoolchildren on Common Core standards has been a huge fiasco in its first year, with the vast majority of students unable to complete the test. The failure could expose the state to federal sanctions.Under No Child Left Behind, states are supposed to test children in grades 3-8 each year in mathematics and reading. At least 95 percent of students must take the tests, or else a state can face federal sanctions such as a loss of millions Read more [...]
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EPA Clamps Down on Truck Emissions

truck exhaust The Obama Administration claims that clamping down on carbon emissions from heavy trucks will help reduce our “carbon footprint” and possibly avert a climate apocalypse. But as usual, the data don’t support their claims. Michael Bastasch from the Daily Caller reported: The EPA’s new carbon dioxide regulations for heavy trucks is meant to help the U.S. meet its goal of reducing emissions to fight global warming. There’s just one problem: CO2 regulations on heavy trucks will have little Read more [...]
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Karl Rove: Only Way to Stop Gun Violence is to Repeal the 2nd Amendment

karl rove Why do people differentiate between "gun violence" and every other form of violence that doesn’t happen to involve a gun? No one on the political stage cares anything about knife violence, hammer and bat violence, or violence involving one’s feet and fists. No one cares about people committing suicide using rope or slitting one’s wrists. It’s always the “gun suicides” they care about.The only kind of violence that needs solutions is “gun violence.” Every other form of violence Read more [...]
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How Climate Change Has Helped the Democrats Get Millions of Votes

church gore evangelist "Politics have no relation to morals." - Niccolo MachiavelliJeb Bush just said he'd embrace efforts to lower our carbon footprint, the Pope is talking about climate change, Obama addressed the issue by calling it a threat to national security. Climate change has been made the preeminent issue of our time, but it's a farce.Let's lower the bar here. I believe the climate is changing, but I don't believe that those changes are due to any man-made activities. We are constantly lied to and told Read more [...]
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George W. Bush Wins Father of the Year, Following in Ronald Reagan’s Footsteps

George W. Bush Father of the year This past week a special celebration took place in New York City. The award for “Father of the Year” was given to a very famous ex-President. Former President George W. Bush was named the Father of the Year on June 18th and his daughter Barbara was on hand to present him with the award. During the ceremony he let the crowd have a inside glimpse at his life, reading from a book that he wrote about his father, George H.W. Bush, he said; "I also learned of unconditional love. It's one Read more [...]
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Presidential Candidate Rand Paul (R-KY) Stirring Father’s Day Tribute to Ron Paul

Ron Paul and Rand Paul Senator Rand Paul’s (R-KY) campaign for President is in full swing, but that doesn’t mean he can’t take a few minutes to deliver a Father’s Day message and tell the country about his father, former Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX). In a short but stirring tribute, Senator Paul describes his own childhood and the important part his father played in Rand Paul’s development. It’s so nice to hear the all-American story that the Paul family can bring to the table – so unlike the elitist coastal, Read more [...]
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