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Tuesday, December 25, 2012

 









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Remembering What Matters About Christmas Eve
It isn't about the box.
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Piers Morgan Deportation Petition Reaches 49,000
Signatures, White House Must Respond

This could start a trend. Who next?
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Obama Playing Chicken With Economic Disaster
Does the MSM really understand the subject
in the first place?
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With Election Over, Americans Find They Were
Duped By Democrats And Obama

There is something so liberating about having
your thinking done for you.
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Half the Facts You Know Are Probably Wrong
This should start some interesting dinner table conversation.
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People are Buying Guns and Ammunition for a Reason
Study these stats.
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Must Reads for Monday, December 24, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
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Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]

      


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Cruz’s ideology trumps Texas’
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Breitbart Big Government, by Kelli Serio    Original Article
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Baltimore Prosecutor Faces
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New York Times, by Michael Vines    Original Article
Posted By: flyright- 5/3/2015 7:27:32     Post Reply
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Alan Dershowitz Rips Charges Against
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Mediaite, by Josh Feldman    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 5/1/2015 8:45:27     Post Reply
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The End of California?
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New York Times, by Timothy Egan    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 5/3/2015 5:23:11     Post Reply
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Family of woman killed
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution, by Aaron Gould Sheinin    Original Article
Posted By: Hermoine- 5/3/2015 8:48:11     Post Reply
Family and friends of Alexia Christian gathered Saturday near where she died two days earlier after Atlanta Police officers shot her while she was in the back of a patrol car. (Snip) “If you look at her arrests, she was not in there for no violent crimes,” Felecia Christian said of her daughter. “She might have stolen a car here or there; she was a wild child. She didn’t do anything that would deserve her to be dead. She did nothing to deserve death.”

   

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