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Treading on ones rights ~

There are many people out there trying to take the word “GOD” off money out of the pledge and anywhere it is visible. They say it is against the rights of those who do believe? 342 more words


When Scotland becomes a foreign country, what then?

And – this is where I apologise, because I keep saying this – while our shared ties would persist (for a time), there is no denying the fundamental core of what independence means.

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The Amurkistan Elite Can Dish It Out, But Can't Take It - Now They Are Trying To Squelch Dissension on The Internet


Can we all say Waaaaaaaaaaah!  The Banktas, Zios, Elite Race Traitors etc. are such big baby heads.  They know damn well that the Internet has been fueling waves of dissension so they now are in the throes of trying to criminalize anyone who disagrees with their bullshyte by labeling verbal disagreement coupled with earthy expressions on the Internet as “Hate Speech.”

Paladin Justice reblogged this on saboteur365 and commented:

The powerful oligarchs who control the former USA (as identified in my post, "Bye-Bye Miss American Pie," know that the everyday person is on to them and is getting more and more angry. The oligarchs are running scared, and thus come up with "noble" sounding names for bills that are designed to take away the few rights that the enslaved peons have left. Good find by Viking Bitch.

Finally the Supreme Court appears to have made sense…

Finally the Supreme Court appears to have made sense…

In a fractured decision that revealed deep divisions over what role the judiciary should play in protecting racial and ethnic minorities, the Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a Michigan constitutional amendment that bans affirmative action in admissions to the state’s public universities. 452 more words

Special Interest Groups

Silencing the Opposition

This past month has been full of reminders of just how far some people in our country will go to try to silence those whom they disagree with. 891 more words

The Constitution