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Shaking, Quaking, and Freezing

| September 1, 2014
Shaking, Quaking, and Freezing

  Have you noticed how much earthquake and volcanic activity has been occurring lately? There was a major earthquake in Napa, California on Sunday, August 24th as well as considerable volcanic activity from Iceland to Papua, New Guinea. August was also a month that set records for colder U.S. temperatures. According to the National Oceanic […]

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Meet Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: The Leader Of ISIS And The New Caliph Of The Islamic State

| August 30, 2014
Meet Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: The Leader Of ISIS And The New Caliph Of The Islamic State

  The Muslim world has been without a Caliph and Commander of the Faithful for ninety years, and now the new fundamentalist Islamic entity in Iraq and Syria known as the Islamic State has put forth a pretender to claim the title. At the age of 43, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi burst upon the national scene […]

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America, Our Debt-Ridden Nation

| August 28, 2014
America, Our Debt-Ridden Nation

Let’s look at just some of the latest news about the U.S. economy: # According to the Treasury Department’s Bureau of Fiscal Services, the federal government paid $2,007,358,200,000—over $2 trillion—in benefits and entitlements in the 2013 fiscal year, October 1, 2012 to September 30, 2013. Most of the benefits, 69.7% came from non-means tested government […]

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Decapitating the U.S. Military

| August 27, 2014
Decapitating the U.S. Military

  Many Americans were shocked by the Islamic State video of the beheading of the photo journalist James Foley. Perhaps they had already forgotten the decapitation of Wall Street Journal journalist, Daniel Pearl in 2002. Most certainly, the memory of the murder of nearly 3,000 on September 11, 2001 with the destruction of the World […]

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Common Core Rapidly Losing Support

| August 26, 2014
Common Core Rapidly Losing Support

  As their children either start or return to school, parents are naturally concerned about the quality of education they receive from kindergarten through twelfth grade. In the past, before the teachers unions gained virtual control of the schools and before the federal government decided it had to impose “national standards”, it was the job […]

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If it quacks like a duck … it must be a turtle

| August 26, 2014
If it quacks like a duck … it must be a turtle

  By Robert Felix “Why We’re Definitely Not Headed for Another Ice Age.” When I saw that headline in Newsweek, I thought, do they know something that I don’t? But once I read the article, it left me wondering how in the world they came to that conclusion. It reminds me of the great retort […]

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What is the Difference Between the DNC and the CPUSA?

| August 25, 2014
What is the Difference Between the DNC and the CPUSA?

  On the home page of the Communist Party USA it says “A better and peaceful world is possible—a world where people and nature come before profits. That’s socialism. That’s our vision. We are the Communist Party USA.” No, it’s not Socialism which is a watered down version of Communism. Real Communism is the kind […]

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Taxpayers, beware – of Big Wind’s latest deceitful ad campaign

| August 25, 2014
Taxpayers, beware – of Big Wind’s latest deceitful ad campaign

  By Mary Kay Barton Facing trouble abroad, Siemens ads seek to tap into US taxpayers and wind welfare system If you watch much mainstream TV, you’ve probably seen Siemens’ new multi-million-dollar advertising blitz  to sell the American public on industrial wind. Why the sudden ad onslaught? The wind business abroad has taken a huge […]

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The Cyclorama, Battle of Atlanta and Gone with the Wind

| August 25, 2014
The Cyclorama, Battle of Atlanta and Gone with the Wind

This summer marks the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Atlanta. Please share with parents, teachers, students, historians and all who cherish the Heritage of America’s past that includes those days when women kept the home fires burning while the men of Yankee Blue and Confederate Gray met with cold-hard steel on a battlefield of […]

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Freedom OF Religion, Not Freedom FROM Religion

| August 25, 2014
Freedom OF Religion, Not Freedom FROM Religion

  The Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution do not abandon religion, they embrace it. They do not, however, require that Americans believe in God, nor punish them for failing to do so. Central to the liberties enshrined in these documents is the belief that they come from a higher power and America exists […]

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