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Georgia Governor Vetoes Religious Liberty Bill

There will be plenty of criticism thrown at Georgia Governor Nathan Deal for vetoing the controversial religious freedom bill on Monday, but he won’t deserve most of it. This wasn’t a fight between ideas or principles or even political opponents. This wasn’t the purehearted LGBT supporters winning a victory over evil bigotry. It wasn’t even the annoying brand of Republican ...

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Atheists Handing Out Satanic Literature to Students

Atheists in the Delta County School District in Colorado have won the right to pass out literature that will expose middle and high school students to atheism, secularism, and Satanism. Some of the example pamphlets include titles like: “Top 10 Public School State-Church Violations and How to Stop Them,” “What’s Wrong with the Ten Commandments?” and “The Satanic Children’s Big ...

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EPA Spends $300,000 to “Change the Habits” of American Workers

The Environmental Protection Agency, not satisfied with the damage their regulations are doing to the nation’s fossil fuel industry, has awarded $300,000 in grant money to a tech company that will alert American office workers that they are using too much energy. The company, Lucid Design Group, is in the midst of developing technology that will track electricity and water ...

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University Official Slams Black Activists

At long last, someone at the University of Missouri appears to have grown a spine. After months of campus turmoil caused by black student activists calling themselves Concerned Student 1950, the result of which was the ousting of university president Timothy Wolfe, the school’s chief diversity officer has had enough of the foolishness. In a letter released last week, Chuck ...

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Obama Lays Out Plan to Close Gitmo

The United States Congress has twice made it clear that the president is not to close the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, but that’s not important to a president who considers Congress somehow beneath him. To wit, Obama announced Tuesday that he was sending a comprehensive plan to close the facility to lawmakers. “It’s been clear that the detention center ...

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Respected Gun Advocate Defends Donald Trump

Since the race for South Carolina started heating up, Senator Ted Cruz has relentlessly attacked frontrunner Donald Trump for his inconsistent views on the Second Amendment. On ABC’s “This Week” last Sunday, Cruz said that the Supreme Court vacancy (possibly) awaiting the next president was all the more reason that voters should be wary of Trump. “If Donald Trump becomes ...

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Trump Not About to Cede Moral Authority to Pope

Proving conclusively that there is no cow too sacred for criticism, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump said Thursday that Pope Francis was wrong on the subject of illegal immigration. “I think that the Pope is a very political person,” Trump said in an interview with Fox Business Network. “I think he doesn’t understand the problems that our country has.” Trump ...

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San Diego Manual: “Founding Fathers” is Sexist Phrase

You sometimes hear people who are neither liberal nor conservative express befuddlement about political correctness. With no particular horse in the race, these passive Americans shrug whenever the latest controversy about a word or phrase comes up. So what, they might say. Yeah, they’re being too sensitive, but is it really a big deal to start saying [New Liberal Nonsense ...

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Federal Bill Would Restore Taste to School Lunches

From the moment it was implemented, the Michelle Obama school lunch program was a disaster. Endorsed and promoted by the First Lady, the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act has resonated nationwide as one of the most unpopular pieces of legislation to come out of the Obama administration. Educators have decried the millions of dollars being wasted, parents have objected to the ...

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Facebook Leads New Crusade Against Free Speech

For years now, privacy advocates have warned that Facebook was growing too large and too powerful to be trusted. As a company, they are fully within their rights to devise whatever rules they like, but with an unprecedented level of access and influence in the world, critics wondered how long it would be before Mark Zuckerberg began exercising his enormous ...

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