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ACLU Survey: WE WANT TO KNOW WHERE YOU STAND

Here is the latest survey from the ACLU. Why don’t you let them know where you stand. I wonder where the ACLU was when Obama issued travel bans. David DeGerolamo H/t Carolyn W WE WANT TO KNOW WHERE YOU STAND … Continue reading

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When Government Loses Control

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I believe that this women represents the majority of our “elected” officials. She brings new meaning to the old adage of not knowing the meaning of shame. David DeGerolamo More… h/t Stephen Child

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Points in Time

Major turning points are usually looked back at a later date and we see that the warning signs were evident prior to the event. Looking at the financial news over the past week, it appears that an economic collapse is … Continue reading

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TENSE: Police stand between pro-, anti-Sharia sides in NC

As a wave of anti-Sharia Law marches take place across the country, Sharia proponents were kept at bay by North Carolina police. Video footage from outside the state capitol shows a police line keeping both sides apart. Local reporter Robert … Continue reading

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Why Does the US have 10,000 troops in Qatar?

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Tucker Carlson Recaps James Comey’s Testimony

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Ramadan Terrorist DEATH TOLL Hits 180

Five major terror attacks have sprung up across the globe since the beginning of Muslim holy month of Ramadan May 26, now with a death toll of 180. Islamist terrorist groups usually use the holiday to mount more significant terrorist attacks, … Continue reading

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Next Time Someone Tells You Islam Is A Religion of Peace

Some of the terrorist attacks during Ramadan 2017 include: May 27 — Charchino, Afghanistan — Group fighting in favor of imposing Islamic law ambushes checkpoint, kills 11. May 27 — Qadis, Afghanistan — Taliban kills 14, injures 17. May 27 … Continue reading

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Powerball, Part Two, by Robert Gore

Last month, Donald Trump may have become virtually unchallengeable. In Powerball, Part One, it was suggested that President Trump and Attorney General Sessions may have acquired James Comey’s files, and thus significant leverage against “much of official Washington.” If that … Continue reading

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Basic Rifle Course at the New Training Center in Murphy

A basic rifle course will be offered at the new training center (TEB) in Murphy, NC on June 24th and 25th. The class will start at 9:00 AM on Saturday, June 24th. Be prepared to be there at 8:30 AM … Continue reading

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Treason

From T.L. Davis There is a division of the nation that cannot be repaired. While the media pretends that everything it does is out of concern for the nation, it is really out of concern for the advances toward collectivism … Continue reading

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Powerball, Part One, by Robert Gore

Only the loons are still talking about impeaching Trump. What makes Donald Trump tick? Why has he done the things he has done? Analytically, it’s advisable to set aside partisanship and other emotions when attempting to answer those questions. Thus, … Continue reading

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Secret court rebukes NSA for 5-year illegal surveillance of U.S. citizens

From Sam Culper: U.S. intelligence agencies conducted illegal surveillance on American citizens over a five-year period, a practice that earned them a sharp rebuke from a secret court that called the matter a “very serious” constitutional issue. The criticism is … Continue reading

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Trump Gets Out of the Perish Accord

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The Trump campaign promises appear to have been election rhetoric. Talk is cheap in the dark recesses of our political braintrusts. It is refreshing to see the President stand up for the country and common sense by removing the country … Continue reading

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In Case You Forgot – July 2015

McCrory signs monuments bill, protest petition repeal Efforts to remove public monuments, including Confederacy-related memorials, will now require legislative approval. Gov. Pat McCrory on Thursday signed into law the Historic Artifact Management and Patriotism Act, just two days after the … Continue reading

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