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The True Meaning of Separation of Church and State

The True Meaning of Separation of Church and State

It seems that in the past few years some of us who favor the separation of church and state in our country (as was intended by the framers of the U.S. 995 more words

Modern Segregation

“ If you want to see a really segregated school… start by looking for a school that’s named for Martin Luther King…”

This quote was is from a modern schoolteacher who grew up during the era of integration that followed Brown vs Board of Education. 556 more words

Racial Segregation

US Supreme Court To Consider Limiting Internet First Amendment

Court may soon legitimize government control of speech

By Kurt Nimmo

Global Research, December 01, 2014

Infowars 30 November 2014

The Supreme Court is preparing to hear arguments on a case that may determine the future of free expression on the internet. 391 more words


DC vs. Heller - The Sequel!

Gun owners who successfully sued the D.C. government to overturn the city’s ban on carrying firearms in public will argue in court Thursday that new laws to regulate concealed carry are unconstitutionally restrictive.

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Republicans Admit: "We Hate Poor People"

“The poor are needy, pesky, and demanding,” Republican Texas Senator, Bill “Big Gun” McDraw said today, “and they smell bad. Now that we Conservatives control the House, the Senate, and the Supreme Court, we believe it is time we speak out about our true feelings. 310 more words

Religious And Political Satire, And Other Irreverent Humor

November 15, 2014: Whom Do You Trust?

Today was a  philosophical show. According to Gallup, there are only three institutions that more than 50% of Americans trust “a great deal” or “quite a lot”:  the military, small business and the police. 182 more words