Kids Shooting Kids In Pensacola

Here is a case where youth violence, youth gun violence specifically, has been a growing concern in the Pensacola area. One way to reach the kids, it was thought, was to give them something to do and try to teach them to behave responsibly. An altercation early Sunday morning that led to a 16-year-old being …

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Thad Cochran’s Twofer

Thad Cochran played Blacks in Mississippi like a fiddle, by playing the race card to disparage the tea party, and as an aside, to beat Chris McDaniel. Learning from the Democrat playbook, he used the same tactics (and people) that they use. Emphasis on use. Proving beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the Cochran …

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Culture Of Corruption, On Steroids

IRS, V A Hospitals, ICE, Benghazi, ACA, Fast & Furious, Justice Department. Talk about a culture of corruption? Oh. No. Don’t talk about it. Because if you do then you’re a racist. It’s as if President Obama and everyone in his regime are inoculated from any sort of criticism (or impeachment), blame, or responsibility for …

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Is Obama Immune From Impeachment?

It remains to be seen whether articles of impeachment will ever be brought against President Obama. But you see what happens to you, or what you are called, if you opine on the failures of Obama’s policies, and his deceiving the American people to the point of being awarded the “lie of the year,” or …

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Obama’s War On Women, Poor, Hispanics, And Young

For better or worse, a truism of American politics is that voters vote their pocketbooks. Yet according to a new report on median household incomes by Sentier Research, in 2012 millions of American voters apparently cast ballots contrary to their economic self-interest. A testament to the power of a media devoted to their president. Now …

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A Liberal Diagnosis

An excerpt from an interview with Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) over the weekend. World Net Daily’s Gina Loudon asked “What is wrong with the people who don’t understand why conservatism works, and why liberty is so important?” The “people” being referred to here is the “fair shot” crowd. The pols who prey on wealth envy …

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Blacks Killing Themselves

In New York City for 2012. . . 31,328 – number of black babies killed by abortion 24,758 – number of black babies born Black children killed comprised 42.4% of the total number of abortions in NYC, which is 19% Black. Any questions? I’m Black. Don’t shoot me! I’m Black. Don’t kill me! How can anyone defend …

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Margaret Sanger, The Negro Project, Black History Month

What better time than Black History Month to recall the roots of Planned Parenthood. The brainchild of Margaret Sanger, who believed in the eugenics of “refining” the “Aryan” race. Beginning with the ABCL (American Birth Control League). The ABCL became a legal entity on April 22, 1922, in New York. Before that, Sanger illegally operated a …

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Open Letter To President Obama

Below is a rant-turned-letter that was prompted by a Facebook post from Barack Obama’s OFA that started like this: We have an opportunity to fix America’s broken immigration system, grow our economy, and give undocumented youth and their families the chance to earn their citizenship. Mr. Barack Obama, President of the United States Here’s a clue …

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Trickle Down Poverty, The Grand Deflection

I don’t know what neighborhood Mrs. Eleanor Johnson lives in, talking about all this booming economy that Republicans are “deflecting” by talking about what a disaster Obamacare is, because the U.S. Department of Commerce says something completely different about the economy we live in. “The typical American family’s income has fallen every year since 2007, …

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