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Being A Scarecrow and a Scarity Cat

The noise in my head has subsided. My heart has chilled and slowed as if taken over by a bypass machine. I need the extra oxygen. 430 more words

First Principles: The Fairest Fruit of Liberty Are the Security of the Rule of Law and Our Rights

What is the fairest fruit of the English Tree of Liberty? The security of our rights and of the law, and that no man shall be brought to trial where there is a prejudice against him. 7 more words

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What heritage?

A local government may have a list of places of recognised historical and cultural significance that are protected in processing of demolition and development applications. 19 more words

The Most Crucial Freedom Under Attack: Freedom of Speech and Expression:

In the 21st century filled with technological advancement, globalization, and progress, it also is a turning point in democracy. Freedom of Expression as defined as… 774 more words


The English language is collapsing into “Idiocracy” gobbledygook on liberal college campuses as “gender pronoun” lunacy kicks into overdrive

 by: Ethan Huff

(Natural News) The first known college to do so, the City University of New York (CUNY) – Guttmana, located in New York City, recently distributed and has been actively propagating a “Gender Identity and Pronouns” manifesto that instructs students and faculty on how to further bastardize the English language by replacing its traditional gender pronouns with completely made-up ones that reflect a litany of modern-day “gender identities.” 574 more words


Muslim's of modern world

No one can deny that muslims are most peaceful people living at present.The year 1492 of Spain tells that the nations so called peaceful destroyed the Islamic Kingdom of Spain and same those so called most peaceful people occupied the Sub-continent. 102 more words


Sweden Pride

This year EuroPride comes to Sweden, being held in double cities Stockholm and Gothenburg. The whole concept of LGBT Pride has taken strong root in Sweden, and many towns up and down the country hold their own celebration. 371 more words