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    FLAG BURNING VIDEO!

    Absolute power corrupts absolute, and as I recall Ted Turner, wise man that he is, once called Christians “stupid.” He eventually apologized, but for what I don’t know. While Christians are foolishly attempting to take over government with religion, the potential grows for a flag burning amendment that would essentially set the stage for the dissolution of all basic constitutional rights to unravel like a braided sisal rope without a boy scout.

    Where’s Colin Kaepernick?

    Our leaders are in denial of what is obvious at face value. The biggest threat to the future of this country is the incompetence and corruption of law enforcement.

  • Vintage Editorials

    Merry Christmas! We elected who?

     Somehow, someway, the election process must be restored to something that includes everyone in the process, not just the caucus to be first under the wire.

    Advice For The Royal Newborn

    Beware the contributions of thieves and the voice of liars !!!

    The Death Of Cardinal Bernie Law

    There was no legitimate reason for that abuse at the time, and there never has been any legal foundation for that abuse, which is universally considered illegal even during a time of war.

    FIRST STOP Being Part Of The Problem

    I am in favor of all people getting the help and benefits that they need, not in creating victims as part of a personal, business, or religious agenda which is illegal and unconstitutional. But, what more can you expect from a Jewish man who embraces the politics of ethnic cleansing and holocaust.

    Gina Haspel & Torture: When Negotiating Shouldn’t Be An Option

    Gina Haspel is either morally reprobate, or incompetent. She needs reeducation and really shouldn’t be allowed to remain in the CIA much less promoted to Director of the CIA.

    Obama’s POTUS SOTU | Rubio’s Sacred Cow

    Some pundits described Obama’s State of the Union address tonight as “conciliatory.” I’m not sure I understand the sentiment behind the perspective. I would have characterized the President’s remarks, in the wake of the election, almost as cliché, or maybe non-descript, and maybe more aptly as an introduction to Marco Rubio. Not that he didn’t […]