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St. Louis Shooting: Another Case of Feelings Over Facts

The unrest in Ferguson, MO has yet to die down in the wake of Michael Brown’s death. As a grand jury deliberates over whether or not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for shooting Brown, another police shooting in nearby St. Louis has fanned the flames of community anger. While the circumstances surrounding the death of 18-year-old Vonderrit Myers seem much ...

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Redskins Owner Won’t Bow to PC Pressure

Thank God for people like Dan Snyder, the owner of the Washington Redskins. People who refuse to buckle under the pressure of manufactured controversy, which is exactly what this fuss about his team’s name is all about. Sunday, Snyder enjoyed watching his team alongside Navajo Nation president Ben Shelley in what some termed a thumb in the eye to those ...

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Concerned About Ebola? You’re Probably Racist

The bleeding-hearts never miss a chance to call the country out on its racism. In fact, if they can’t find any real racism to rail against, they’ll just make it up as they go along. There is such a notable lack of racism in mainstream politics these days that libtards have no other choice but to invent narratives from whole ...

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Saving Christopher Columbus

This week, the Seattle City Council decided that it was time to stop celebrating the legacy of Christopher Columbus. Despite the fact that every American who enjoys their life in this country owes the growth of the United States to those early voyages, it’s become politically incorrect to attribute any greatness to the man. Instead of Columbus Day, Seattle will ...

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The Republican Principles for American Renewal

The GOP this week released a set of eleven principles with which they can build a platform heading into the midterms and beyond. Called the “Republican Principles for American Renewal,” they bear a strong resemblance to Newt Gingrich’s successful Contract with America that helped him become Speaker of the House in 1994. It seems a bit late in the game ...

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McCain and Graham: We Need to Overthrow Assad

Senators John McCain and Lindsay Graham never miss an opportunity to harmonize on what’s best for the country. While it’s important that Republicans in Congress offer advice to the president, one can’t help but occasionally question the motives of these two. McCain has earned a lifetime’s worth of respect for his time in the service – much of which was ...

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FBI Warns of U.S. Terror Attack “Very, Very Soon”

There has been debate in the media about whether this “Khorosan Group” is even a real thing, but this week FBI Director James Comey warned that they could be working hard on a plan to launch an attack within the United States. Not only that, Comey said, but they might be looking to do it “very, very soon.” “Given our ...

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Red States Much More Charitable Than Blue States

One of the most common things you’ll hear about conservatives is that we’re selfish. We care more about making sure we get that swimming pool than we do about making sure we clothe and feed the poor. We care more about sending our kids to the most exclusive private schools that we do about making sure sick minorities get the ...

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The Left Doesn’t Want You to Homeschool Your Kids

For years, liberals have used the public school system as a place of indoctrination for our kids. This has grown even more obvious in recent years with the rise of Common Core and the increasing federalization of the school system. In tandem with these liberal gains comes the rise of homeschooling. Parents are realizing, slowly but surely, that their kids ...

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How the Left Has Been Quietly Changing the Language

There’s an old George Carlin routine where he skewers the retirement of worthy, clear language in favor of PC, limp replacements. One of my favorite examples is how the powerful term “shell shock” became the limp “post-traumatic stress disorder.” While Carlin meant it as little more than some benign social commentary, played for laughs, the fact is that these kinds ...

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