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Europe's current situation should be a cause for concern.

In only 3 years approval of the EU from nations such as Greece and Spain have halved. It’s a bit of a sombre way to start an article but hey, I didn’t come up with these figures. 350 more words

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The Government creates racial problems and makes them unsolvable

In my post “There is no anti-Black or anti-Ethiopian racism – we just dislike in the others what we dislike in ourselves” I have made the point that the so-called racial unrests in USA and Israel are not racial at all. 737 more words

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The end of casual Christianity - By Michael Gerson Opinion writer May 25 at 7:49 PM

The Roman historian Tacitus described Emperor Nero’s persecution of Christians: “In their very deaths they were made the subjects of sport: for they were covered with the hides of wild beasts, and torn to death by dogs, or nailed to crosses, or set fire to, and when the day waned, burned to serve for the evening lights.” 432 more words

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Stand with Rand?

On the way home yesterday I was listening to the local talk radio program on WMAL (Washington, DC).  They were discussing Rand Paul’s filibuster of the “Patriot Act”.   836 more words

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Report: 6 months later, investigators haven't questioned cop who killed Tamir Rice - Updated by German Lopez on May 15, 2015, 2:50 p.m. ET

It’s been nearly six months since a Cleveland police officer shot and killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice as he played in a park — and county investigators have yet to question the two cops involved in the shooting, according to a report from  325 more words

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World Armies Preparing for World War 3: Jade Helm Copycat Drills Have Gone Global

The world’s armies are readying themselves for an epic Armageddon battle! From Canada’s Project Maple, to Americans Jade Helm, to Europe’s NATO drills, to Chinese and Russian naval war games. 147 more words

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Baltimore Killed Freddie Gray - By EMILY LIEB May 04, 2015

Everywhere you look in the city you can see the not-so-distant shadow of Jim Crow.

The past isn’t past. William Faulkner said it, and Freddie Gray’s death proves it. 284 more words

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