I’d never heard about the Beslan school massacre by Chechen terrorists. I certainly wouldn’t have, either, if I relied on the MSM for my information.
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The poisonous lies of the SPLC have been picked up and transformed into truth by the US Army. The SPLC is a master at this and will continue to succeed as long as it can continue to delude useful idiots into believing them.
71 years ago today an overzealous general, following unconstitutional orders from his commander-in-chief, started deporting American citizens living in California for the crime of being Japanese.
Senator Harry Reid has done us all a favor. Feinstein’s bill not only doesn’t make any sense, she is long past caring whether it does or not.
Kelly’s apparent hypocrisy in purchasing a weapon for himself while pushing for limits on others to be able to do the same misses the point. Kelly’s arguments for imposing those restrictions simply don’t hold water.
I wonder what his story would have been if he hadn’t been caught?
I like Paul Ryan. I really do. I really want him to cut government spending. But with such little support from other House members and voters who think Medicare is just dandy, his new budget hasn’t got a prayer.
This is what they’re teaching the kids.
Waste of such magnitude is to be expected, especially by students of history who know that wars – deliberately wasteful and destructive – always lead to more debt and more centralization. They also risk bankruptcy.
In one magnificent gesture a gun accessories manufacturer near Boulder, Colorado, has vowed to move out of the state if the legislature passes a bill restricting magazine capacities, while in the meantime initiating its “Boulder Airlift” to “bring much-needed supplies to freedom-loving residents trapped inside occupied territory.”