Monthly Archives: July 2011

Still Not Free At Last: NAACP Ignores Abortion Epidemic

by Ryan Bomberger | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 7/6/11 12:16 PM Purpose is impossible without freedom. As one who was adopted and an adoptive father, I know the beauty of possibility and the passion with which people of every … Continue reading

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Our Fiscal Crisis: We Cannot Tax, Spend and Borrow Enough to Substitute for Marriage

Written by MARRI Senior Fellow Dr. Henry Potrykus,”Our Fiscal Crisis: We Cannot Tax, Spend and Borrow Enough to Substitute for Marriage” shows that the slowdown in economic growth (shown in Chart 1 of the paper), coupled with the increased numbers … Continue reading

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Mr. President, we are not ignorant and we are watching.

By Chaplain Ayesha Kreutz, President, FDF of NY Typical Narcissistic patronizing liberal. They always think that anyone not a ‘professional politician’ is ignorant… Will someone please explain to a democrat that it was just us regular everyday dumb dumbs that … Continue reading

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Supporting Black Republican Candidates

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By Frances Rice A disturbing disinformation campaign is being waged by the Democrats to drive a wedge between black Republicans and the Republican Party. For example, under the guise of helping black Republicans get elected, a notice is being circulated … Continue reading

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Herman Cain proving to be real contender ‘Longshot candidate’ now in third place in recent Iowa poll.

By Bill Torpy The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 5:00 a.m. Wednesday, July 13, 2011 GREENVILLE, S.C. — Herman Cain slipped away from the tour group and into an office to talk with a worker. After hearing a 45-second synopsis of the woman’s … Continue reading

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What To The American Slave Is Your 4th of July?

FREDERICK DOUGLASS SPEECH Independence Day Speech at Rochester, NY (excerpt) July 5, 1852 Fellow citizens, pardon me, allow me to ask, why am I called upon to speak here today? What have I, or those I represent, to do with … Continue reading

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