The mere word triggers such differing emotional and personal responses across a landscape of vast ideologies, religious persuasions and experiences. Abortion. Whether we are adamantly opposed, indifferent, radically for it, or cringe in remembrance of a painful decision of our own once upon a time, the word almost never passes through our consciences without leaving its personal calling card. ……. Click here for full story
By Daniel Greenfield
A country whose black population is deprived of civil rights. Where are the boycotts?
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By Ryan Mauro
Christian anti-Semites launch attack on Zionism.
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By Majid Rafizadeh
Why is the international community silent about Iran’s atrocities against women?
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Exposing the Islamic elephant in the room.
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By Ronn Torossian
Words of wisdom for uncertain times.
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In a bold move on today’s politically correct campuses, a group of brave libertarian students at the University of Michigan recently decided to stand up and tell the school that they were, in effect, “mad as hell and not going to take it anymore.” Continue reading here… http://www.academia.org/michigan-students-protest-libs/
In a bold move on today’s politically correct campuses, a group of brave libertarian students at the University of Michigan recently decided to stand up and tell the school that they were, in effect, “mad as hell and not going to take it anymore.”
In a no-holds-barred letter to the powers that be, the students said they were “sick and tired of being treated like second-class citizens, watching their administration fawn over and pander to a vocal group of radical students while they are treated like pariahs” according to The College Fix. http://www.academia.org/michigan-students-protest-libs/
ABC, CBS, and NBC…
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Norah O’Donnell began by suggesting that de Blasio “could be in for a bumpy ride” and explained that his “motorcade was spotted speeding and breaking several…
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Posted by coaldigger
A King is just the figurehead (given the right to govern by god) of a governmental system called a Monarchy where everything belongs to the King (government). Communism/Socialism are just systems whereby everything belongs to the collective people. A Dictator is just a King who obtained his right to govern by force. They are all Monocrats. Most countries of the world are governed by some entity that does not recognize private ownership of anything. Stateists in the US, both from the left and right, beneath the facade of their claims of belief in Representative Democracy and Capitalism, are Monocrats no better than any of the others. It may be argued that this is not so, that there are examples of leaders in Russia, China, Iran and elsewhere that are much worse but it is because in those countries there were…
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By: Roger Aronoff
Accuracy in Media
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is claiming that it is backing off of its Orwellian plans to intimidate newsrooms across America into joining the Obama Revolution in “transforming America.” Their latest message is, in essence, if you like your sources of news, you can keep your sources of news. But just like when President Obama made that promise as it related to your doctors and your health care plan, they don’t mean it for a second. It’s just what they believe they need to say at this time to deceive the public and advance their agenda.
The FCC was due to start its Critical Information Needs (CIN) survey in Columbia, South Carolina last week amid a media firestorm over this regulatory body’s decision to peer into newsrooms’ news-making philosophies and story selection criteria. Now the FCC…
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