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California: Where they welcome and protect illegal aliens and keep homeless U.S. citizens in prison camps

If you wonder why Governor Jerry Brown wants to have California secede from the United States of America, all one has to do is look at how state and municipal leaders treat American citizens in comparison to illegal aliens from foreign countries. This is because nearly the entire state is one large sanctuary city, which relies upon cheap labor for their agricultural industry and in some reported cases, vote ...

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Bank in Norway willing to forego profits to entice Muslims into home loans

Under the guidelines of Sharia Law, Muslims are to refrain from entering into any financial contracts that involve the use of interest on either side of the agreement.  In theory this means that any loans made by or to someone following the beliefs of orthodox Islam should result in a zero sum game, but in practice the borrower often makes a donation under the guise of 'alms' as a way to skirt this religiou ...

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It’s time for non social justice warrior students to sue professors and universities for breach of contract

Contrary to what liberal educators would want you to believe, higher education is not some form of protected ivory tower in which professors and administrators can use their classrooms for indoctrination or non-curricular activities.  In fact, with many students having to borrow 10's of thousands of dollars each year under the auspices of getting an education towards their desired career choice, any wasted ...

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It's time for non social justice warrior students to sue professors and universities for breach of contract

Contrary to what liberal educators would want you to believe, higher education is not some form of protected ivory tower in which professors and administrators can use their classrooms for indoctrination or non-curricular activities.  In fact, with many students having to borrow 10's of thousands of dollars each year under the auspices of getting an education towards their desired career choice, any wasted ...

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$22 trillion not enough for one black professor who believes whites should create IRA accounts to support blacks out of own pocket

Con man, or confidence man... according to the the dictionary "a person who swindles others by means of a confidence game;swindler." On Jan. 8, a black professor from Georgetown University is hoping to cash in on the guilt of white Americans by calling for them to create Individual Reparation Accounts where the money would go directly to black causes, agencies, and infrastructures.  Of course in his attempt ...

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Obama continues his authoritative agenda by using fake Russian hacking report to take over state electoral processes

If investors wanted to find a stock that is tied to actions of the Executive Branch, all they would need to do is buy into ink manufacturers.  This is because President Barack Obama is going full bore in the final two weeks of his administration to use his 'pen' to sign into law regulations that usurp the legislative process of Congress to enlarge government authority over the states and the people. On Jan. ...

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Hollywood liberal hypocrisy: actors advocate for forced minimum wage except when it comes to their industry

In the aftermath of the November election, four new states approved referendums to increase minimum wages beginning in 2017.  And at the forefront of these popular votes was an army of liberal activists who spent much of the year funding protests that would call for hiking wages for individuals doing entry level or low skilled work. But as we know from those who are politically positioned in the far left, l ...

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Your body is no longer yours: Australia has become the first country to microchip its citizens

(NaturalNews) You may not have noticed, but there are two kinds of countries in the world these days: Dictatorships led by authoritarians and democracies that are slowly being taken over by authoritarians. Put Australia into the latter. Organic & Healthy reports that the land Down Under has become the first nation to begin microchipping its citizens, though NBC News predicted some years ago that, by 201 ...

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Land of fruits and nuts: legislator proposes banning single adults from being allowed to go to public parks

As well known radio show host Michael Savage famously attests to, liberalism is a mental disorder.  And in a new ordinance proposal from a lawmaker out in California that seeks to ban single adults from being allowed to go to public parks out of some fantastical belief that all non-married individuals over the age of 18 are either pedophiles or junkies, validation of the mental state of liberals in general ...

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Barack Obama usurps the 2nd Amendment in final days in office by cutting off gun ownership to disability recipients

As President Barack Obama finishes out his final month in office, the two term executive is working hard to force through segments of an agenda that had been stifled by the courts and by Congress.  And one of these is an attack on the 2nd Amendment as his administration last week finalized a policy regulation that would make it unlawful for individuals receiving disability payments through the Social Securi ...

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As city mayors fight to protect illegal aliens living in their midst they are also passing laws to vilify American homeless

With the election of Donald Trump as the new President, mayors around the country who have designated their dominions as sanctuary cities are rushing to the media to tell the incoming President-Elect how they will fight to protect their law breaking foreigners.  Yet perhaps what is even more disconcerting is how these same elected officials are now passing laws that make it illegal for people to actually ai ...

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After four years of legalization pot is now very close to surpassing alcohol sales in the state of Washington

Of all the growing benefits that pot legalization has done for the state of Washington, its help in bringing about a decline in DUI and drinking related accidents is a worthy side effect.  And according to new statistics for the second quarter of 2016, revenues from the sale of marijuana are now very close to equaling and surpassing sales of alcohol. In 2014 alcohol related incidents declines 9.9% from the ...

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