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The Waving Woman of 9-11

Edna has been called the most photographed victim of 9-11 and posts about her appear to be limitless.

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Ironies and Paradoxes about Gun Laws and Ownership in the U.S.

Another paradox is the Second Amendment. Guns have changed quite a bit since the 18th Century when the Bill of Rights was ratified. Back then, guns took time to load and pistols were only accurate at close range.

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Shirley Sherrod says Kiss My Non-Racist BeeHind

So on the day she was “fired” (asked to resign by USDA Deputy Under Secretary Cheryl Cook after a series of phone calls telling her to pull over and write her resignation on her Blackberry

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WPA Political Primer: Why is my representative making almost $200,000 per year?

STEAL THIS INFO AND SHARE IT WITH EVERYONE YOU KNOW! No permission needed to repost. So what does Congress do? And, what does the President do? The Women’s Party of America has published a simple Political Primer that gives an overview of responsibilities. I also think it might be helpful to show the composition of […]

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Dying with Dignity is Living

Why is it considered undignified to die of natural causes, after fighting to live, just a little longer? I will never understand the rush to death. In the end, it is just that, the end.

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What Really Happened to Renisha McBride

Close your eyes and imagine that one week ago today you got the call that your beautiful, sweet daughter had been shot in the face. She’s dead. It is the nightmare from which no parent ever awakes.

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The U.S. Senate, Pontius Pilot and Political Lust [VIDEO]

Why did the Senators refuse to back gun control.

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Bullet Rosary – This is What We’ve Become

If you weren’t sure how insidious America’s gun culture has become, take a look at what St. Mark’s Catholic School is auctioning off on BiddingforGood.com: Yes, it is a bullet rosary being sold at a fundraiser for a Catholic school. This is not only offensive to the faith, it is a slap in the face […]

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Sorority Girl Rant to 45 Senators

I’m not familiar with the sailor mouth genre of writing, but it seems to pique people’s interest more so than an intelligently worded, fact-based post that typically goes unnoticed.

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What’s with the Pope’s Prada Shoes?

I remain embarrassed by how the Church conducts itself in public and still no one seems at all shocked. I mean, what’s the deal with the Pope’s Prada shoes?

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Does Pat Robertson really say this about a mom?

Would you want this minister to be a spiritual adviser to your children?   Share This:

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Would Celebrities Refuse to Make Violent Movies in Defense of Gun Control

To me, actors do nothing more than people who act like people who do things. They aren’t the real people in the trenches every day trying to eek out a living, but they play them in the movies and make millions doing it, then we pay to go see them act like us. Quite the […]

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Checkmate Paula Broadwell: Military Intelligence still an Oxymoron

“Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.” Winston Churchill spoke this immortal words on August 16, 1940. He was referring to the heroic efforts of the Royal Air Force pilots battling the Nazi war machine in order to stave off a German invasion. It’s powerful […]

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Why Did it Take Women to Bring Down Sandusky?

When women see Joe Paterno, they see a football coach.  Apparently, when the Penn State campus police, the Penn State Athletic Director, its President and a graduate assistant see him, they see legend.  Or at least it would seem.  Some of the most powerful men in America were not only told about Sandusky’s child abuse […]

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