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Police Punish Man for Being Innocent

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The police punish a man because they mistakenly attacked him. FOX 26 News | MyFoxHouston Are there good cops? Of course there are! But if there are good cops in Missouri City, Texas, what are they learning from what happened

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Sydney Hostage Tragedy and Its American Cousin

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Some thoughts on the Sydney hostage tragedy. Just a few days ago a dangerous and deadly hostage ordeal unfolded in Sydney, Australia.  According to news reports the Muslim man who perpetrated the event is a self proclaimed minister of the

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Rape Culture on Campus Overblown

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The numbers justifying claims about rape culture on campus have been massively overstated. As we saw in the case of George Will and the self-righteous, lying editors and others who expelled him from the content of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,

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Death Squad Update: Executed Victim Was Face Down when Shot, according to Attorney


I got so angry posting about this homicide that I used the term “Death Squad” for the police raid. Was I using inaccurate hyperbole? For those who don’t have time to follow the link, allow me to recap: David Hooks

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How Politics & Culture Collaborate with Killers by Gun Control

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Restraining orders show that killers rule. This story showed up in my Facebook feed yesterday: “Torres sentenced for murder of Amber Fernald.” Alexis Torres arrived in court on Thursday morning to learn his punishment for the murder of a mother of three

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Anger Can Be Murder!


One of the most powerful emotions within our souls is anger. The sense I have is that the palpable level of anger in America is rising. “The more we learn about government, the more we learn about central bankers, the

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Michael Brown Witness Dorian Johnson Now on Public Payroll

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Dorian Johnson, whose story made a city burn, is now working for local government. I thought I was beyond shock. I was wrong. This is beyond unbelievable. The man who caused disruption beyond measure across the country, and untold agony

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Lying Journalists Are the Result of a Lying Worldview

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Lying journalists lie because they don’t even believe in the truth. Ladies and Gentlemen, Jonathan Gruber and the so-called “journalists” at the Rolling Stone are a product of the same failed worldview. They have been brainwashed over and over in

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Congress to Make Taxpayers Bail Out Bank Gambles

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The new budget includes provisions to force Americans to underwrite bank gambles in the derivatives market. Michael Snyder writes at the Economic Collapse blog: “New Law Would Make Taxpayers Potentially Liable For TRILLIONS In Derivatives Losses.” If the quadrillion dollar

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Grand Jury: No Charges against Jasper, Texas, Cops

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A grand jury refuses to indict fired police officers caught in a controversial video. Here is the footage that started the controversy: In this case, the two policemen in the video were fired along with another who conducted a strip

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False Accusations Are as Serious as the Crime Would Have Been

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If you don’t care about false accusations you don’t care about crimes either. Rape is as ugly and vile as it gets. Those who truly care about the issue should be at least as outraged about those who falsely claim

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Ferguson and The Sixth Commandment: Murder v. Manslaughter

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The Bible makes distinctions about the sixth commandment. On the evening of November 24th in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ 2014, “after more than 3 months during which it met 25 times and heard 60 witnesses, a grand

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