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The Obama regime makes the case for using drones against American citizens

Back in September of 2011 Barack Obama ordered a drone attack on Anwar al-Awlaki, a radicalized American citizen hiding in Yemen–he was eventually killed in a drone attack. At the time I thought this killing was justified because he decided to take up arms against the … Continue reading

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Homeland Security: Defend yourself against a shooter with scissors

In the post-second amendment America envisioned by Barack Obama and Dianne Feinstein it may become necessary for people to protect themselves against an “active shooter” but many people wonder how they are to do so if they are not allowed to carry … Continue reading

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”The Emperor is not as forgiving as I am…” (A Comparison of Revolutionary Times to Now) by Steven Bergstrom

As I’ve been waiting for my final class of the day and reading through some political news (not to be confused with cleaning the stall of a horse with the runs…), I got this brilliant idea to start looking through … Continue reading

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There has been considerable debate in conservative circles as to whether Barak Hussein Obama is eligible to be the President of the U.S. This hinges on the question of whether he was born in the U.S. or elsewhere, whether dual … Continue reading

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Real Conservatives Speak Out About the Direction of the GOP

As a former Republican I have certainly felt anxiety for many years. After numerous let downs I now consider myself an independent who happens to be a conservative. I just can not carry the label anymore. It’s a personal choice and there … Continue reading

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There actually appear to be some rules that liberals choose live by, at least for a while anyway. Here are the ten main ones: 1.) The Bible is not absolute. None of the laws in it are carved in stone. … Continue reading

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Sleight of Hand from Obama

Obama is a Magician. Sleight of hand is the name of the game, and Obama does it very well. While the Country is looking at his left hand, watching it try and take away our 2nd Amendment rights, we are … Continue reading

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