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Gender Confusion in Public Schools - Where Did We Go Wrong?

The other day I read about a school district in Virginia that has implemented a new “gender identity” policy that could have children who are confused, or deceived, about their sexual identity, using the restrooms and locker rooms of the opposite sex. 1,441 more words


"In God We Trust" - Public Schools and Religious Expression

As society becomes more secular, the religious right will stop at nothing to assert the common myths that American is or was a Christian nation or that removing God from public schools has somehow led to society’s degradation. 872 more words


If America Is One Nation Under God The U.S. Supreme Court Has No Authority To Redefine Marriage

The Pledge of Allegiance that you and I have recited all through our school years is still under constant attack by the liberals(socialists) that they stress it shouldn’t be allowed in the classroom at the start of the day. 582 more words

Polly Mann: Injustice of Justices

Justice Roberts was appointed by President George W. Bush in 2005. I am reminded that such appointments have some of the greatest impact of any of a president’s decisions, and will probably last long after the president has left office.

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Corporate Empire

Waco "Twin Peaks" Shooting Updates: 14 Police Officers Fired "thousands of rounds" on 200 Bikers Killing 9, Wounding 18 - Two Thirds Of Those Arrested Had No Prior Criminal History...

IRONY – The death toll from the “Twin Peaks” shootout was greater than the total number of homicides Waco police investigated in all of 2014… 1,383 more words

Media Bias

Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

It sounds like a lot of BS to me!

FWIW: U.N. Condemns U.S. Violations of Human Rights

No one could believe, now some 70 years after it was founded, that the United Nations’ condemnation of United States’ violations of human rights will have much of an impact. 483 more words

Pacific Green Party

Did the Constitution Grant the Individual the Right to Bear Arms or Was It the Supreme Court?

The second amendment to the constitution was introduced along with a series of other articles many of which were adopted by Congress and ratified by the requisite number of states by December 15, 1791.  645 more words

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