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We Must Stop the Media From Silencing Your Voice on Marriage

- Jul 1, 2015

If there’s one thing the Supreme Court accomplished last Friday (besides unleashing cultural chaos on America), it was ending the liberal media’s charade. Whatever scrap of journalistic impartiality existed flew out the courtroom window Friday when the press decided five justices not only invented a right to same-sex marriage but to censorship, too.



CCRKBA Applauds Washington Post Expsure of Anti-Gun Falsehoods

- Jul 1, 2015

BELLEVUE, WA – The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is applauding Monday’s exposure by the Washington Post of questionable data about school shootings used by the gun prohibition lobby to stoke public emotion against Second Amendment rights.



The SCOTUS/EPA decision, while not all positive, is worthy of celebration

- Jul 1, 2015

The Supreme Court (SCOTUS) has been harsh on the Obama Administration’s regulatory overreach (remember Hobby Lobby and the National Labor Relations Board vs. Noel Canning decision) and this week’s decision on mercury and air toxics standards for power plants—known as the MATS regulations—serves as a severe smack down and has the potential to impact future regulations like the Clean Power Plan (CPP), which is even more far-reaching and costly than MATS. Addressing CPP, American Electric Power President and CEO Charles Patton sees that the ruling “provides the basis for future litigation.”



TV Land pulls Dukes of Hazzard because, you know, that’s a Confederate flag on the General Lee

- Jul 1, 2015

TV Land pulls Dukes of Hazzard becauseIn case you’re wondering just how powerful a wave of social media-driven hysteria can get, TV Land has your answer. This all started, of course, when that Confederate flag walked into a church in Charleston and shot those nine people. That’s why you can no longer watch the Duke boys, Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltraine and Boss Hogg.



Massachusetts Public Library Censorship of Religious Expression Draws Suits

- Jul 1, 2015

Lawrence, MA - Liberty Counsel filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Lawrence, Massachusetts, for its public library’s unconstitutional policy and its denial of access for a civic and educational program that included religious content.







74 children executed by ISIS for ‘crimes’ that include refusal to fast, report says

- Jul 1, 2015

The blood-soaked executioners of ISIS have spared neither women nor children since the jihadist army established its caliphate a year ago, putting an estimated 74 kids and even more women to death for such offenses as practicing “magic” and refusing to fast during Ramadan.



This Changes Everything!

- Jul 1, 2015

WHEE!!!

The sound of the devil doing cartwheels of glee all over the Vatican.

“The Vatican added yet another strange bedfellow to its expanding ecological alliance Wednesday, hosting anti-capitalist eco-crusader Naomi Klein at a conference on saving the planet. (AP, July 1, 2015)



Scottish artist looks forward to various exhibitions

- Jul 1, 2015

Scottish artist Charles Jamieson is preparing for an exhibition at the Brownston Gallery in Modbury, South Devon in September.



Honda CR-V

- Jul 1, 2015

“It’s surprising how large the CR-V is if it’s correctly packed,” smirks my wife as we head away from Suffolk.



Arthur Porter, ex-McGill hospital CEO accused in $22.5M kickback scheme, dies in Panama

- Jul 1, 2015

Arthur Porter, the former hospital administrator at Montreal’s McGill University who was accused in a $22.5-million kickback scheme, has died in a Panama City hospital following a battle with cancer.







Ten Commandments monument must be removed from state Capitol(video)

- Jul 1, 2015

Oklahoma Supreme Court ruling sparks outrage

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Survey says: 35 percent of Americans would expatriate

- Jul 1, 2015

As the Fourth of July weekend looms and Americans prep their grills and ready their fireworks, some citizens are packing their bags.



Daytona won’t ban Confederate flag offers American flags in exchange program

- Jul 1, 2015

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Daytona International Speedway will not ban the Confederate flag from track property this weekend, but will offer the American flag to those who wish to fly it on property.



A Template for Refusing to Obey Law: Follow Barack Obama Lead!

- Jul 1, 2015

As the SCOTUS continues to belch out rulings that run contrary to American history, culture and fundamental decency, a growing segment of the population is adamantly refusing to abide by rulings that are widely viewed as wrong-minded, politically motivated, and anti-American.

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