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Ben Quayle Rips Apart Everyone

Ben Quayle Rips Apart Everyone

From the White House Correspondents dinner last night. Pretty hilarious although the delivery is a little jerky.

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Syrian Radicals: Bashar al-Assad isn’t that bad…huh?

Syrian Radicals: Bashar al-Assad isn’t that bad…huh?

The other day my work was attacked by a number of fanatical Syrians out of support for the murderous dictator Bashar al-Assad.

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In God We STILL Trust

In God We STILL Trust

Michael Newdow is one of the most ideologically active and outspoken atheists in the present day. Not since the late Madalyn Murray O’Hair has one non-theist been so committed to expelling all possible references to a deity from all aspects of government and to an extent Newdow would probably appreciate the comparison. Years back, Newdow became a notable player in the culture wars when he fought and won an appeals court case in...

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Syrian Cabinet Resigns; Protests Working?

Syrian Cabinet Resigns; Protests Working?

Seems they must be having an effect. The hardliner Bashar al-Assad wouldn't be making concessions if there wasn't a fear of backlash.

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Review – “Cultural Marxism: The Doom of Language”

Review – “Cultural Marxism: The Doom of Language”

Cultural Marxism: The Doom of Language is a research paper submitted by Robert F. Beaudine, author of the novel Based Upon a Lie.

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The Continued Shame of Jimmy Carter

The Continued Shame of Jimmy Carter

Former President Jimmy Carter announced that he will be making an unauthorized trip to Cuba and North Korea.

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The Forgotten Injustice: North Korea

The Forgotten Injustice: North Korea

It seems like we forget about North Korea with the exception of the occasional aggression perpetrated by the Kim Jong-il regime. To lose sight of the atrocities in the asian country is one of the greatest mistakes of our time.

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We Could Learn a Valuable Lesson from the Japanese

We Could Learn a Valuable Lesson from the Japanese

We have reporters in Japan risking life and cancer cells to report on this catastrophe. The Japanese display no anger. They are not yelling and screaming at their country. They seem to accept life and understand if they wait long enough the Japanese people will pull together and make all well again.

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Buffoon of the Week: Rep. Anthony (whatta) Weiner

Buffoon of the Week: Rep. Anthony (whatta) Weiner

With a name like that it's just too easy make jokes. I'm sure the representative from New York's District 9 has heard his share of namecalling throughout his life.

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President Michele Bachmann?

President Michele Bachmann?

Michele Bachmann announced this week that she will be forming a presidential exploratory committee soon.

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