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  • A teen burned, buried her baby? So what?

    08/14/2017 8:25:50 PM PDT · by ellenbrewster · 19 replies
    WorldNetDaily ^ | August 14, 2017 | Ellen Makkai
    Brooke “Skylar” Richardson, an Ohio teen, landed in court last week for killing, burning and burying her newborn daughter, birthed a day or two after the school prom in May. She pleaded, “Not Guilty.” No big deal; we’ve been legally killing kids since 1973. If she hadn’t been so distracted preparing for prom, a quick trip to Planned Parenthood the day before would have done the trick with no negative ramifications. What difference does a day make?
  • ...video under FWC scrutiny, hammerhead shark shot, killed [Florida Media Meltdown]

    08/04/2017 2:44:28 AM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 33 replies
    WFLA-TV ^ | 8/3/17 | Peter Bernard
    .....another controversial video is out there involving marine life and young men. This time, instead of dragging a shark behind a speeding boat, this latest clip shows two young men using a gun to kill a hammerhead....
  • Liberals believe it is okay for the media to make up stories. Here's why.

    06/12/2017 10:34:37 AM PDT · by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin · 28 replies
    Conversation with liberal associate | 12 June 2017 | Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin
    A liberal friend and I had a conversation the other day after I called her and asked what her take was on the Comey hearing. The topic of discussion was the clear statement by Comey that the news stories about the Russian manipulation of our electoral process are false. The woman first denied my supposition that the media stories were "made up" and that they had deliberately put out lies. As the conversation progressed and through calm, logical explanation that Comey had said the stories were false and my belief that those producing such stories should face libel charges for...
  • James Comey - Value system or the money?

    06/09/2017 8:19:12 AM PDT · by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin · 2 replies
    Values and what MY mom taught me | 9 June 2017 | Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin
    James Comey mentioned in his testimony at one time something about "what my mom taught me" in regard to values. He lied. Any man taught Biblical values properly by one's parents and/or Bible teachers at church and sometimes in an educational setting will stick by those values for the rest of his life. Comey hasn't done that. His priority in life was his income and retirement. So, he would go with the political winds in order to survive. Many have done this in their lives in order to remain employed and/or earn more money. So many senators praised Comey for...
  • (Vanity) How to deal with adult child rejecting family values

    03/17/2017 12:30:57 AM PDT · by American72 · 134 replies
    Self ^ | 03/17/17 | Myself
    Our older son is finally moving out next week. He is 23 and has worked for our small business throughout his young adult life, but hadn't been able to find full time work that would pay enough to live on his own. He did pay rent while living here after college. The problem is that he has completely rejected our family values. I guess he was indoctrinated in college unfortunately. This was a kid that went with us to the original Bush rallies during the recount and was proud to be American, and even wrote a paper on my great...
  • Steph Curry acted fast when Under Armour CEO praised Trump

    02/10/2017 10:27:51 AM PST · by conservative98 · 42 replies
    NY Post ^ | February 8, 2017 | Hannah Withiam
    Under Armour could have lost one of its most popular clients hours after CEO Kevin Plank sang Donald Trump’s praises. Stephen Curry, who has built a strong partnership with the sports-retail brand over the years since he ditched Nike in 2013, heard Plank call Trump an “asset” for supporting American businesses in an interview with CNBC Tuesday. So Curry trimmed a few letters to fit his beliefs. “I agree with that description,” Curry told Mercury News, “if you remove the ‘-et’ from asset.” Curry, who quietly supported Hillary Clinton in the election, opened up on Wednesday about the frantic aftermath...
  • A Guide to Basic Differences Between Left and Right

    01/17/2017 9:53:22 AM PST · by DeweyCA · 13 replies
    The Dennis Prager Show ^ | 1-17-17 | Dennis Prager
    Source of Human Rights: Left: government; Right: the Creator Human Nature: Left: basically good (Therefore, society is primarily responsible for evil.); Right: not basically good (Therefore, the individual is primarily responsible for evil.) Economic Goal: Left: equality; Right: prosperity Primary Role of the State: Left: increase and protect equality; Right: increase and protect liberty Government: Left: as large as possible; Right: as small as possible Family Ideal: Left: any loving unit of people; Right: a married father and mother, and children Guiding Trinity: Left: race, gender and class; Right: liberty, In God We Trust and e pluribus unum Good and...
  • Infantile Nation: How Breeding Overgrown Children Begets the Nanny State

    12/27/2016 6:50:24 AM PST · by VitacoreVision · 37 replies
    The New American ^ | 26 December 2016 | Selwyn Duke
    A United States naval midshipman, David Farragut, commanded a captured British vessel during the War of 1812 — at age 12. Now major universities provide “healing spaces” with Legos, coloring books, Play-Doh, and puppies for students who “can’t handle” Donald Trump’s election victory.In 1798, Giocante Casabianca, who was 10 to 13, would not abandon his post without his commander’s word, and perished on his ship’s fiery deck during the Battle of the Nile. Today, undergraduates demand protection from “microaggressions,” which can include statements such as “America is the land of opportunity” and “I’m colorblind! I don’t see race.”Calvin Graham became...
  • Hiding Behind the Ingredients: Kellogg’s

    11/30/2016 5:49:29 PM PST · by Sean_Anthony · 31 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 11/30/16 | Jeffrey A. Friedberg
    I will not buy Kellogg products. In fact, I won’t buy ANYthing from those who are not “aligned with our values.” BREITBART.com “DumpKelloggs: Breakfast Brand Blacklists Breitbart, Declares Hate for 45,000,000 Readers.” #DumpKellogs Hi kids. I’ve been eating Kellogg’s “cereal” for 70 years or more. Little did I know it appears to contain more apparent crap than a 1945 childrens’ chemistry set. Plus, they hate me.
  • This Is How Steve Bannon Sees The Entire World

    11/16/2016 3:39:47 AM PST · by CapitalistCrusader · 23 replies
    BuzzFeed ^ | 11/15/2013 | J. Lester Feder
    The soon-to-be White House chief strategist laid out a global vision in a rare 2014 talk, one where he said racism in the far right gets “washed out” and called Vladimir Putin a kleptocrat. BuzzFeed News publishes the complete transcript for the first time.
  • Trump won because college-educated Americans are out of touch

    11/10/2016 11:22:57 AM PST · by C19fan · 49 replies
    Washington Post ^ | November 9, 2016 | Charles Camosy
    As the reality of President-elect Donald Trump settled in very early Wednesday morning, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes summed up an explanation common to many on the left: The Republican nominee pulled ahead thanks to old-fashioned American racism. But the attempt to make Trump’s victory about racism appears to be at odds with what actually happened on Election Day. Consider the following facts. Twenty-nine percent of Latinos voted for Trump, per exit polls. Remarkably, despite the near-ubiquitous narrative that Trump would have deep problems with this demographic given his comments and position on immigration, this was a higher percentage of those who...
  • As America Goes, So Goes the World

    10/28/2016 2:24:47 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 3 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | October 28, 2016 | Michael Brown
    I love traveling abroad, and since 1986, I have traveled outside the United States (primarily overseas) close to 200 times, including almost 50 trips to Asia and more than 70 trips to Europe.During these trips (all for ministry purposes), I’ve spoken thousands of times through translators, sometimes in exotic jungle areas where man-eating tigers have been on the loose, sometimes in massive stadiums, sometimes in majestic, old church buildings, sometimes in huts.Who can describe the experience? The different sounds; the different cultures; the different tastes; the different clothes; the different languages; the different expressions – yet always the same...
  • RESTORING THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC

    09/17/2016 4:19:00 PM PDT · by windhover · 8 replies
    Vanity | 9/17/2016 | Windhover
    It took 200 years for the Roman Empire to fall. It appears to have taken the Constitutional Republic of The United States of America only 60 years, but still counting. What we see now is the fruit of decades of Marxist/Liberal infiltration and influences within the vital social, governmental, media, and cultural institutions of the America we have known. Their purpose: To radically change, or destroy, the Constitution, the government institutions and systems flowing from it. By so separating the Constitution from our national life, they degrade our traditional culture and values of Judaeo-Christianity that underpin the Constitution and stand...
  • Conservative Values Lead to Happiness

    09/06/2016 8:54:03 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 5 replies
    American Thinker ^ | September 6, 2016 | Noel S. Williams
    Conservative values are more conducive to lasting happiness; liberal values tend to engender fleeting pleasure. Liberals pursue happiness, but for conservatives it naturally ensues. Ever wonder why so many liberal Democrats are seething in discontent? It’s because they are takers, not givers. Mounting research indicates that generosity, rather than selfishness, is more likely to produce lasting happiness, an elusive emotion for liberals who languish on the wrong side of the generosity gap. Supported by analysis of IRS tax data, there’s plenty of evidence that states who voted for John McCain gave far more of their discretionary income to charity than...
  • Modesty and Beach Volleyball

    08/15/2016 6:54:47 AM PDT · by Salvation · 283 replies
    Archdiocese of Washington ^ | 08-14-16 | Msgr. Charles Pope
    Modesty and Beach Volleyball Msgr. Charles Pope • August 14, 2016 • One of the less edifying aspects of the Summer Olympics in Rio is the attire of the women’s beach volleyball players from Western countries. Most of the women wear a tiny bikini with the bottom being especially tiny. (I do not show a picture here because I deem it immodest to do so. Instead, I show a picture of some of the men, whose attire I mention below.) Embed from Getty Images  Frankly, playing volleyball in a tiny bikini seems quite unnecessary. I would argue that it...
  • Emerging Republican Platform Goes Far to the Right

    07/14/2016 12:59:08 PM PDT · by TangledUpInBlue · 75 replies
    NY Times ^ | 7/12
    It also encourages the teaching of the Bible in public schools because, the amendment said, a good understanding of its contents is “indispensable for the development of an educated citizenry.” Additional provisions included those that promoted state laws to limit which restrooms transgender people could use, nodded to “conversion therapy” for gays by saying that parents should be free to make medical decisions about their children without interference and stated that “natural marriage” between a man and a woman is most likely to result in offspring who do not become drug-addicted or otherwise damaged.
  • Seven Awesome Conservative Lifehacks

    06/09/2016 4:40:13 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 27 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | June 9, 2016 | Kurt Schlichter
    The internet is full of helpful hints for making everybody else’s life simpler, but where are the lifehacks for conservatives? There are helpful hints for frazzled moms, dopey college students, and every other demographic, but as usual, we normals get overlooked. No more!1.     Reclaim your time by unsubscribing to junk emails. If you’ve ever given money to a conservative cause, or especially to a fake conservative cause, every single conservagrifter, republiscammer, and rip-off with “Tea Party” in its name is now clogging your inbox with junk. This kind of time banditry is super annoying – yes, of course, I want...
  • Going Back to Move Forward

    05/24/2016 5:20:13 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 3 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | May 24, 2016 | Susan Stamper Brown
    Ah, the "good old days," the ones that President Obama took a sarcastic swipe at during his recent commencement speech at Rutgers University when he said that America's "good old days weren't that great." Certainly he misread his teleprompter. Sure, we've experienced enormous advances in things like technology and medicine, but the "good old days" aren't so bad, especially compared to what's happening today. During the speech Obama said, "...by almost every measure, America is better and the world is better than it was 50 years ago, or 30 years ago, or even eight years ago." Apparently, Hillary Clinton missed...
  • Ted Cruz Struggles To Defend ‘New York Values’ Slam Before Real New Yorkers

    04/07/2016 7:47:16 AM PDT · by xzins · 123 replies
    Inquisitr ^ | April 7, 2016 | Samantha Kilgore
    New York is showing little love to GOP candidate Ted Cruz ahead of the Republican primary, and the lack of enthusiasm for the Tea Party candidate may have a lot to do with the “New York values” slam he made in an earlier debate. At the debate held in South Carolina back in January, Cruz made a pointed jab at Donald Trump, who is both Queens-born and Manhattan-based. Cruz attempted to smear Trump for his “New York values.” “Everyone understands that the values of New York City are socially liberal, are pro-abortion, are pro-gay marriage,” Cruz said. Trump quickly turned...
  • Erick Erickson's Values Argument Against Donald Trump

    03/05/2016 10:17:54 AM PST · by Brookhaven · 47 replies
    Politics as Unusual ^ | 3-5-2016 | Otto Lampis
    Last week, I listened to Erick Erickson state that he could not vote for Donald Trump, because it would be a betrayal of his values. The radio host asked him that if it came down to a choice between Hillary Clinton and Trump, would he not prefer Trump? No, replied Mr. Erickson, who again stated that supporting Trump would be a betrayal of his values. The host was a bit taken aback, and tried to reason with Erickson. Surely, he didn't mean that he would prefer Hillary to Trump. Yes, Erickson bluntly said, he would prefer Hillary as president. He...