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Bobby Jindal Presidential Campaign Announcement

Bobby Jindal announced his bid for the Republican presidential nomination. He made the announcement at Pontchartrain Center in Kenner, Louisiana.

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RICK PERRY: Republicans, Race and Economic Opportunity for All

Wall Street Journal — Too often we Republicans—myself included—have emphasized the 10th Amendment but not the 14th.

From remarks by Rick Perry, a Republican presidential candidate and former Texas governor, at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., July 2. 47 more words


Which Republican presidential hopeful speaks the best Spanish?

He doesn’t quite roll his Rs, but Jeb Bush speaks near flawless Spanish for a gringo. Marco Rubio’s Spanish is better, but he has yet to use it regularly during the campaign trail. 913 more words

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The Day After Independence Day

Well it’s the day after the 4th of July and I already miss the fireworks. Are your ears ringing? Maybe you can hear an even more faint ringing. 841 more words

Social Contract Theory

The Lies of Democrats

We all know Democrats lie, (where’s that change Obama?) but you never would’ve guessed this.

Democrat citizens are in denial while their politicians are laughing at their stupidity. 204 more words


The Presidential Election: Round 11 (Donald Trump)

Who else is running that I have yet to write about?
Democrats- Lincoln Chafee, Jim Webb
Republicans- Rick Santorum, George Pataki, Lindsey Graham, Rick Perry, and Chris Christie. 353 more words


Take Action! Protect Religious Freedom!

Please sign the petition at http://afa.net/action-alerts/urge-attorney-general-jim-hood-to-protect-religious-liberty-in-mississippi/ urging Attorney General Jim Hood in Mississippi to protect the religious freedoms of circuit clerks to refuse to issue marriage licenses to homosexuals if it violates their faith. 40 more words

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bluebryan reblogged this on hated opinion and commented:

Whether I believe in it or not the government has no right to force their views on peoples' religion. What ever happened to freedom and free speech?