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Virginia Lawmaker: Cankerworms More Significant Than Babies

There’s little doubt after witnessing what has transpired within the last few weeks, America is in the midst of a cultural civil war — more pervasive and more damaging than anything experienced within our lifetime. This week another progressive Democrat introduced an abortion bill allowing for the “murder” of a baby up to the moment of birth, and beyond. Virginia ...

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Body Odor Or Discrimination?

We’ve all been on the receiving end of a funky odor that sometimes comes whiffing past our nostrils in a crowded elevator or while sitting on public transportation — the unmistakable smell of terrible hygiene. Last week, passengers on an American Airlines flight apparently experienced that same nauseating odor emanating from a couple and their young daughter on a Miami-to-Detroit ...

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Heartless Poachers Slaughter Sleeping Mother Bear And Her Cubs

There are some things in life that are simply evil, and while this act certainly doesn’t rise to the level of historical events such as the carnage inflicted during WWII, or the senseless mass-shootings infecting our nation, it nevertheless illustrates the dark-side of human-nature. Andrew Renner, 41, along with his 18-year old son, Owen were sentenced Tuesday over the poaching of ...

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Gladys Knight Responds to Backlash for Singing National Anthem at Super Bowl

Please allow me to preface this article with a quick observation between legendary songbird Gladys Knight, and former lackluster quarterback Colin Kaepernick (a legend within his own mind.) Legendary songbird Gladys Knight’s acceptance to sing at the 2019 Super Bowl is indicative of who she is as a person. She’s from a generation who were grateful to have been born ...

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Say Hello To America’s Youngest Lawmaker

Although West Virginia House of Delegates member Caleb Hanna is just 19-years old, he’s already become someone to watch as the future of the Republican Party. The young charismatic African American legislator appeared on Fox & Friends to outline his unique proposal to help fund the president’s border wall — which is donating $10 million of his states’ surplus to ...

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Justice Ginsburg Misses Court For The First Time

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court’s fiery liberal Justice, was absent from the court for a few days last week — where she was scheduled to hear oral arguments regarding several cases in front of the high court. This was the first time the 85-year old Justice has missed a day appearing in court since joining the bench, back in ...

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Making Babies No Longer a Priority in America

A new government study finds that Americans aren’t making babies as rapidly as past generations. And while researches didn’t offer any one reason as to the decline, the startling facts are that if this trend continues, we’ll actually have fewer babies to replace ourselves. Researchers for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that in order for the population ...

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Dad Refused Medical Treatment Before Child’s Death

By now we’ve all heard of the tragic deaths of two young migrant children at our Southern border, the latest on Christmas Day. The devastating deaths immediately motivated the mainstream media and Democratic lawmakers to blame everyone but the thousand-mile journey through some of the most hostile terrain imaginable. In fact, within less than a few hours after the Guatemalan ...

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GoFundMe Donations in Jeopardy

To most patriotic and critical thinking Americans it seemed like an 11th-hour holiday miracle — the kind we see on the Hallmark Network during this time of year. A newspaper article written by a renown columnist, regarding America’s sovereignty, inspires a triple amputee veteran to single-handedly pick up the mantle and begin an ambitious campaign to raise money through a ...

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Today’s Universities Are Intolerant and Corrupt

Most former college students over 40 wouldn’t recognize the world of academia today. Historically, the focus for students was to simply learn the curriculum and the role of the professor was to provide a cohesive learning environment to allow that to happen. Fast forward to 2018, where safe spaces have replaced formal debate clubs on many college campuses, and politically ...

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