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ICYMI: Dildos or ISIS Flag? CNN Can't Decide

Ovee the weekend, CNN aired what has to be regarded as one of the most bizarre reports ever in the history of bizarre cable journalism. Sunday night, John Oliver gave the issue the serious treatment it so richly deserves. 93 more words

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Texas Won't Give Up

Every state in the country has, to one degree or another, accepted Friday’s Supreme Court decision on marriage equality. Mississippi may be stalling for time, but it’s no more than that. 452 more words

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To an onlooker, the workings of the British Parliament may seem labyrinthine.

It is important to understand that a proposed law must pass through multiple stages in order to become an Act of Parliament. 749 more words

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A Lutheran Response to Dishonest Court Ruling that Male-Male and Female-Female Marriages are EQUAL to Male-Female

Ultimate physical union of female upon female, or male upon male sexual actions cannot possibly be deemed equal to the ultimate sexual production of human female with human male of mature sexual being, despite the recent declaration of the American supreme court…..One expects irrationality to be normal among the feminist trio now holding vote on this nation’s supreme court, but feminizing the human male into asserting by court dictate there is no difference between adult same-sex marriage unions and normal female-male seems to mark the beginning of ultimate collective suicide for the human race as we have understood it. 177 more words

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Dark Days, Great Opportunity

A rogue majority of the Supreme Court has crossed the Rubicon.

These are dark days for the Republic – these United States of America.  Darker days are coming.  463 more words

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Where Have All Our Best Military People Gone?

By Major General Paul Vallely, Ret. 

Warrior leaders of General Patton’s or General LeMay’s stature are no longer wanted. The fundamental job of the military, “kill bad people and break their things,” has become seriously hampered critically now by “rules of engagement” who’s guiding logic is political, not successful, combat. 1,129 more words

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Governmental jumble as SCOTUS Justices legislate

Speculation on opinions pointless since liberal justices vote as a bloc

Americans, as young students have been taught that the U.S. Constitution provides a separation of powers via three distinct branches of government. 288 more words