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The World As It Really Is

Repeal the Filibuster: How the U.S. Senate has Unconstitutionally Held us Hostage for Over 200 Years.

Check the polls for the last 10 years (at least): no single profession, nor any other group of people in America, is more universally despised than the US Congress and its members (although, thanks largely to their control over reelection variables, their constituents usually reelect almost all of them.) Their “approval” rating as a group is often in the teens and, today, is actually at one of its high-water marks – up to the low 20’s in some polls!

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Video: Do You Want to be a Socialist?

I’m going to tell you all of the basic information that you need to decide if socialism is what you want. For the first time in American history, and a very long time, there’s actually a candidate running for President who’s a self-proclaimed socialist.

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Immigration and its Discontents

A typical dictionary definition of “nation” is: “a large aggregate of people united by common descent, history, culture, or language, inhabiting a particular country or territory…” In other, more precise words, a nation’s most basic, commonly-recognized requirements are a combination of each and all of the following:

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Obama’s SO COOL Spanish-American FLAUNT Feast

If you want to know what Obama and Fidel were each really up to on Obama’s recent trip to Cuba and Argentina, including in Fidel’s follow-up “editorial” in his own personal “newspaper,” Granma, you first need to appreciate these facts…

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There Are No Experts

Everywhere you look – and even where you don’t – self-proclaimed “Experts” can’t wait to impose their opinions on you, claiming that they and their ubiquitous “studies” have authoritatively determined every detail of how you should live your life, and for you to simply shut up if you disagree with them about anything.

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The Two Types of Countries

Happy countries are all alike. Unhappy countries are each miserable in their own way.

In the millennia since God banished man from the Garden of Eden (definitively ending the possibility of utopia for all time) the times when there has been even a single happy country anywhere on this beloved planet have been so rare as to barely merit an asterisk when considered as a percentage of the human race’s entire history.

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The Two Types of Politicians

People who actively seek public office in a republic or democracy – otherwise known as politicians – have one of the following two motives for doing so: (1) they either genuinely feel some calling to what they consider to be public service, and have personal integrity/morality ranging from high to barely passable, or

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Understanding Obama

If you watch any news shows, you probably have seen multiple media personalities/celebrities proclaim both their admiration for Obama and their own self-admitted inability to really understand anything about him. In fact, there is nothing complicated about him at all

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The Two Types of Law

The American Counterrevolution has truly been multi-faceted, manifesting itself not only in federal law, but also throughout our society – throughout the spheres of entertainment, education, the so-called learned professions, journalism, America’s churches, and any other sphere of influence or activity you can think of in the nation.

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The Complete Moral Bankruptcy of All Forms of Collectivism

Disbelief in God and, when they are candid, outright repudiation of all religion – especially Judaism and the various Christian churches of the West – have always been central, defining features of Collectivism since its birth as a political movement in Revolutionary France.

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