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INAUGURATION DAY 2009

Now that we have reached Critical Mass,
Ayman al-Zawahiri calls our new president
a house negro, and we aren’t mad, we
just smile because it sounds so silly. 183 more words

History Facts, Homeschooling, and Rush Limbaugh Books

History Facts, Homeschooling, and Rush Limbaugh Books

Homeschool Mom Says Thank You for Rush Revere

If more people had a thirst or a hunger for the genuine history of the founding of this great country, we wouldn’t have as many problems as we have today.

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Judeo-Christian Culture

“If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.” Adolf Hitler...by Chuck Duboff

 

“If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.”

@Chuck Duboff

In just two days, the United States of America will have a new president;   an individual who is bombastic, racist, misogynistic, and is incapable of speaking the truth. 234 more words

Opinion

Barack and Black quarterbacks: Signs of progress

Last night, on the eve of Martin Luther King Day, I tried watching an NFL playoff game. As a native of Kansas City, I can still muster a faint allegiance to the Chiefs, and I thought it would be nice to watch them, especially if they could topple the loathsome Steelers, who employ one of my least-favorite professional athletes at quarterback. 767 more words

Bully Narcissist Liar

“Bully” “Narcissist” “Liar” *Narcissist has become a popular journalistic epithet used often by Trump critics presumably from the left. I’ve also seen it used by Rush Limbaugh lambasting President Obama from the right. 175 more words

Rush Limbaugh

The Watts Hot Report: Celebrity Birthdays Jan 12

Rush Limbaugh 66

Kirstie Alley 66

Dominique Wilkins 57

Rob Zombie 52

Raekwon 47

Amerie 37

Issa Rae 32

Naya Rivera 30

Zayn Malik 24… 13 more words

News & Gossip

Lost and Found – January 12th Edition

What to remember about January 12th…

  • 1876  American author and journalist Jack London is born (d. 1916)
  • 1932  Democrat Ophelia “Hattie” Wyatt Caraway of Arkansas becomes the first woman to be elected to the U.S.
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History