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Islam is a problem, not a religion

bankofdad, Ottawa, Canada, about 8 hours ago Islam cannot co-exist with secularism because Islam does not recognize the authority of the state or the separation between state and religion, that is elemental to Western civilization. A prime example of this … Continue reading

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Bushie Clueless in Crawford

The Saddam interrogation: Ten years after the tyrant’s execution, the CIA agent who grilled him reveals the shattering truth… that everything the US thought it knew was WRONG  In his book, Debriefing The President: The Interrogation Of Saddam Hussein (inset), … Continue reading

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Chic Harley best Buckeye football player

High School Fall 1912: Harley plays his first year of high school football for East High School. He is promoted as the best “open field runner” and “speedier” than any of the competition, despite his “midget” size. 1913: Harley’s family moves back … Continue reading

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Ohio State 2016

Yes, it was an historic BEAT down but we still beat that team up North… C.J. Fuller caught a 30-yard touchdown pass for Clemson, which dealt Urban Meyer his first shutout loss as a head coach. CreditRoss D. Franklin/Associated Press www.nytimes.com/2016/12/31/sports/ncaafootball/clemson-ohio-state-fiesta-bowl.html … Continue reading

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Waste of War

Gene La Rocque, Decorated Veteran Who Condemned Waste of War, Dies at 98 By ANITA GATES NOV. 4, 2016 Rear Adm. Gene La Rocque, a decorated Navy veteran who spoke out against the wastes of war, was labeled a traitor by … Continue reading

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With Donald Trump our own Kim Jong-un

Only a morally superior piece of shit could write this…liberal crap. 5 Reasons to Vote Trump Nicholas Kristof NOV. 3, 2016 Donald Trump in Miami on Wednesday. CreditDamon Winter/The New York Times 1.) Who needs experience to be president? It’s true that Donald … Continue reading

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Hello old person positive stories

When Norah Wood, four, saw widower Dan Peterson, 82, alone in a supermarket in Georgia she said ‘Hi old person!’ Since then the two have developed a life-changing friendship. Norah’s mother Tara snapped a picture of the pair’s meeting in … Continue reading

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Obama the Great

ed honolulu 7 hours ago Obama’s superficiality as a leader is reflected in his self-consciously cool comic delivery. He’s always standing to the side and commenting, never jumping in, never getting his hands dirty, never engaging the common run of man, but … Continue reading

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Bush’s lasting legacy

George W. Bush’s decision to invade Iraq will likely go down in history as the worst foreign policy decision ever made by an American president. The error was compounded when he unilaterally decided to bring democracy to Iraq. Bush had … Continue reading

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Neither Trump nor Clinton is worth our vote

www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3753399/Donald-Trump-psychopathic-traits-Adolf-Hitler-Hillary-Clinton-shows-machiavellian-egocentricity-Scientists-conclude-presidential-candidates-psychopaths-claim-good-thing.html Even if Trump disappears from the political scene after defeat, his reckless, ugly and childish words will live on in innumerable videos that can be used for years to come, to taint Republicans. A President Trump could of course … Continue reading

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