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California Cesspool

Los Angeles.

  • 12 million rats.
  • The return of bubonic plague.
  • Homelessness & crime surging.
  • Rent & home prices unaffordable.
  • 6 lanes of traffic going nowhere.
  • A sneering, arrogant elite and a resentful, drug-addled underclass.

Another progressive utopia!

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Betsy Ross A True Patriot

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NIKE A Marxist UnAmerican Coward of A Company

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Black Lives Matter and Blue Lives Matter at odds

Watching the Democratic National Convention, one could believe that you could both support the Black Lives Matter movement and our nation’s men in uniform. Don’t be fooled. You can’t. ColorofChange.org, an online social justice activist backed by billionaire George Soros, which promotes the Black Lives Matter narrative, sent an email out to its supporters Friday to…

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Fact-Checking Feinstein

Fact-Checking Feinstein on the Assault Weapons Ban

by Lois Beckett ProPublica, Sep. 24, 2014, 11:57 a.m.

In the ten years since the federal assault weapons ban expired, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., has kept trying to renew the law, which she authored. In a press release this month honoring the 20th anniversary of the ban, she wrote, “The evidence is clear: the ban worked.”

But gun violence experts say the exact opposite. “There is no compelling evidence that it saved lives,” Duke University public policy experts Philip Cook and Kristin Goss wrote in their book “The Gun Debate: What Everyone Needs to Know.”

A definitive study of the 1994 law 2013 which prohibited the manufacture and sale of semiautomatic guns with “military-style features” such pistol grips or bayonet mounts as well as ...

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A plea for constitutional literacy on Constitution Day

By Ben S. Carson – The Washington Times – Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Earlier this summer, I managed to perplex, perhaps even offend, a famous TV interviewer when I declared I wanted a federal government that followed the U.S. Constitution. Seemingly aghast, the interviewer went so far as to suggest my position was a “highly charged thing to say.” Imagine that. A journalist who, owing to the Constitution, has…
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