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Reason prevails at Berkeley

Reason, common sense and an understanding of mission is rearing its head at the University of California-Berkeley.

University administrators are declaring that liberal comedian/pundit Bill Maher will be allowed to speak at a campus event despite protests from students who are angered by his recent comments about Islam. 212 more words

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America, History, and Adams

Dinner Topics for Thursday

John Adams

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

John Adams (October 30 [O.S. October 19] 1735 – July 4, 1826) was the… 1,933 more words

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The 'Birthright Citizenship' Debate [Reagan Should Have Ended This As Part of Amnesty Deal]

The ‘Birthright Citizenship’ Debate [Reagan Should Have Ended This As Part of Amnesty Deal]LATimes ^ | October 26, 2014Posted on 10/26/2014, 2:01:14 PM by SteelfishEditorial The ‘Birthright Citizenship’ DebateBy THE TIMES EDITORIAL BOARD​ 192 more words

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Honoring those who fought

One would have to be living under a rock to not know that Election Day is just around the corner. Political advertising, door to door campaigning and yard signs make elections hard to miss, even when we are not electing a President. 468 more words

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