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Black Lives Matter, the police, and free speech T-shirts

Those who regularly read my work know that I have next-to-nothing nice to say about Black Lives Matter. It’s a movement based on the lie that all blacks are treated differently by the police and the judicial system solely due…

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Microsoft and NatGeo push LGBT and other leftist propaganda for Christmas

It’s Christmas! A time to celebrate the hope for “peace on earth” and “good will towards men” through the birth of the Son of God–Jesus Christ. That is, unless you’re Microsoft or National Geographic Magazine. For Microsoft, it a time…

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Pelosi’s leadership challenge

Rep. Tim Ryan, (D-OH), has run an aggressive campaign against Nancy Pelosi. Whether he wins (odds are against him winning) or not, Rep. Ryan has highlighted what political analysts have known for eight years: that the Democratic Party isn’t a healthy, thriving national party. Thanks to the Democrats’ humiliating defeats in 2010, 2014 and 2016, […]

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National Anthem protests beginning to have consequences

When Colin Kaepernick openly displayed his Black Lives Matter inspired ignorance by choosing to sit on the bench during the National Anthem prior to a preseason game against the Green Bay Packers, little did we appreciate how contagious politically-correct stupidity…

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Democrats and United Nations catch reparations fever

In Obama’s post-racial utopian America, racial tensions have reached levels not seen since the 1960s, a fact that has not gone unnoticed by Democrats and their globalist buddies at the United Nations. Earlier this week, the United Nations Working Group…

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Charlotte investigation update

Since the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte-Mecklenburg, NC, Scott’s widow has accused the officers involved in the Scott shooting of shooting him without justification. That’s another myth that’s being accepted as verified fact by Democratic politicians. This Washington Post article provides a timeline of events that give us an accurate picture of what’s […]

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Chris Coleman’s property tax hike explained

St. Paul Chris Coleman is asking for another major property tax increase. This is likely the first in a lengthy list of mayoral sob stories set to be published. Mayor Coleman, it seems, expected a “$3 million boost in state aid” that isn’t coming. The sob story will sound something like this: We passed a […]

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Today’s DFL activists: thugs

Let’s be clear about something from the start. Today’s DFL activists are thugs without character. They’re people who should be locked up for years. Last week, there was a fundraiser in Minneapolis for GOP presidential nominee Donald J. Trump. DFL protesters didn’t bother trying to act like decent human beings. They acted like thugs. In […]

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Obama’s ATF calls for national data base of gun owners

Barack Hussein Obama has been a consistent opponent of our constitutional right under the Second Amendment to keep and bear arms. And ever since his administration put its “X” on the dotted line of the United Nation’s Arms Trade Treaty–which…

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Obama’s ATF calls for national data base of gun owners

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Kevin Sorbo’s justified diatribe

Simply put, Kevin Sorbo is my new hero. He’s my hero for writing this post that questions why Michael Brown’s mother was invited to Hillary’s convention and that ridicules the entire Black Lives Matter movement and the hand-up-don’t-shoot myth. Considering the fact that he’s a Hollywood actor, that took courage. It must’ve taken courage for […]

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Hillary’s acceptance speech, Part II

After Hillary’s speech, I wrote this post to talk about Hillary’s flop. This morning, John Hinderaker wrote this post. While I didn’t watch the speech, I read the transcript. John apparently tried watching it and found it to be unwatchable, which I think is something that’s sweeping the nation. Truthfully, some of the things that […]

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Sanders is the latest sellout

When Elizabeth Warren endorsed Hillary Clinton, Sen. Warren’s supporters accused her of selling out to Wall Street and Goldman-Sachs. They were right. Sen. Warren sold out to Wall Street without hesitation. During her interview with Rachel Maddow, Sen. Warren said “I’m ready to get in this fight and work my heart out for Hillary Clinton […]

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Got a Grudge With Black Lives Matter?

Then consider “A Conspiracy to Commit Misdemeanors”, a possible strategy for victims: A group of Black Lives Matter protesters blocked the southbound lanes of I-95 just …

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The Dayton pro-cop shuffle

Monday, I wrote this post to highlight Gov. Dayton’s statement on the Baton Rouge assassinations. Gov. Dayton said “The terrible murder of three law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge shocks the conscience of every decent-minded American. I renew my plea for all Minnesotans to engage only in peaceful and lawful ways to exercise their First […]

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Obama’s statement too little

In the aftermath of this morning’s assassinations of 3 Baton Rouge police officers, half-hearted statements from the Commander-in-Chief aren’t enough. What’s required are strong actions that tell the world that assassinating cops won’t be tolerated. Right after Philando Castile, Gov. Dayton opined that Castile might still be alive if he were white. It was an […]

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Conservative Comedy Friday – 7/15/16

In the words of John McCain, “Allahu Akbar It’s Friday!” And of course that means it’s time for some conservative comedy. Every Friday we bring you some of the best conservative political and religious comedy, jokes, and satire on the…

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2016 & the GOP Senate majority

Since the start of 2016 or earlier, pundits have predicted that Democrats would retake their majority in the US Senate. That’s been the conventional wisdom pretty much the entire year. According to this article, those predictions might be greatly exaggerated. This article isn’t the only thing that points to a contrary outcome in November. The […]

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Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow up to be Hoodies

(First written in 2012, while George Zimmernman awaited trial.) Dr Thomas Sowell used Geraldo Rivera, of all people, to restate a practical, need-to-know law of …

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