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    Danielle Fontenot: Jeff Sessions, This Blood’s For You

    Danielle Fontenot is, unfortunately, the perfect example of organized crime and human trafficking out of control. And, why Jeff Sessions and his aristocratic plantation system protected by mollycoddled police is not just insolent, but a threat to the survival of the United States and constitutional democracy as we know it.

    Tamir Rice: Murder, Murder And Nothing But Murder

    Enough is enough! The cop unions must be broken before they completely destroy this country. Obama, do your job.

    Huntsville Bus Station Spotlight – Ass Whoopin

    There is, however, substantial evidence that this event was deliberately orchestrated to place a spotlight on the Lee High School Bus conspiracy massacre that occurred near this location in 2006, and is part of a conspiracy inspired and orchestrated by the recently announced seditious caliphate lead by Connecticut Governor Daniel P. Malloy, and US President Barack Obama. In short, this event is a conspiracy and a premeditated act of domestic terrorism by definition.

    Rascally Oakwood College Students Have Protest History Other Than Ferguson

    As mentioned in this column title, Oakwood College students have a history of protest and kudos to them for responsible public action. They protested last week during rush hour traffic and pulled it off without violence or even an arrest, and still managed to shut down traffic on University Drive for several minutes.

    How Serious Is Assisted Murder?

    The Supreme Court this week upheld Oregon’s doctor assisted suicide law. You gotta wonder where their brains are on that one. While it certainly seems plausible for the dieing cancer patient to argue their right to pass with dignity, one simply cannot dismiss the potential implications and abuses that comes with allowing one human being […]

    Remembering Challenger Thirty Years On

    Folks like to talk about where they were “when it happened” and I remember well. I was standing outside of a retail store, on a sidewalk in the cold air looking at snow and ice on the ground, when an acquaintance walked up and told me about it.