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Democrat Congressman Calls Healthcare.Gov Foolish

Posted on March 26, 2014

I don’t think Democrat Congressman Kurt Schrader (D-OR) was trying to be the only honest Democrat in America… but with one statement he made himself so. Listen to what the Congressman says about people who sign up for Obamacare on the internet. “My message to everyone out there is: don’t worry about the dang website: […]

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This Teenager Knows The Law And Gave A Local Officer A Ticket

Posted on March 25, 2014

When 14-year-old Annie James, of Baytown, Texas, saw a police car illegally parked in her neighborhood, she decided to teach the officer a lesson. So she hand-wrote a $10 parking ticket and placed it on Officer Tommy King’s windshield, whose patrol car was parked in a fire zone at the Bay Oaks apartment complex. “I […]

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G-8 Down To G-7 As Leaders Exclude Russia From Meeting On Sanctions

Posted on March 25, 2014

The world’s top industrial powers threatened further sanctions to deter Russian President Vladimir Putin from taking over other parts of Ukraine and suspended Russia from participating in the Group of Eight. Meeting for the first time since last week’s annexation of Crimea by Russia, Group of Seven leaders said last night they won’t attend a […]

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Does the Bible Mandate Obama’s Minimum Wage Law?

Written by Gary North on March 24, 2014

The governor of Illinois recently said on national television that the minimum wage law should be passed by the legislature of Illinois because there is a fundamental principle involved. It goes back to the Bible, he says. The principle is this: if you work 40 hours a week, you should not have to live in […]

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4 Years After Promises, Obamacare Not Yet A Viable Solution

Posted on March 24, 2014

Sunday marked the four year anniversary of President Barack Obama signing the Affordable Care Act into law, and two prominent Florida lawmakers had very different takes on the occasion. In a video released over the week end, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., called the law a “disaster,” insisting it can still be repealed. “We cannot […]

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Non-Disparagement Clauses Can Reduce Citizen’s Free Speech

Posted on March 21, 2014

By signing on the dotted line, or agreeing to those endless terms of service, some customers are unwittingly giving away their right to free speech. Specifically, the right to write negative online reviews. Experts say that more companies from wedding photographers to dentists are slipping non-disparagement clauses (and other language that prevents consumers from writing […]

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PA State Senator Charged With Using Taxpayer Money For Fundraising

Written by John Odermatt on March 14, 2014

Throughout her time in office, Pennsylvania state senator LeAnna Washington has made it a priority to help constituents manage the stress and confusion of tax season by offering tax preparation seminars. She has regularly partnered with local accountants to bring free tax preparation services to those that attended her seminars. While Senator Washington made an […]

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Secretary of State John Kerry Says “All Options On the Table”

Posted on March 3, 2014

Secretary of State John Kerry said repeatedly Sunday morning that “all options are on the table” as the U.S. determines how to respond to Russia’s decision to invade Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula. “The United States is currently considering all options,” Kerry told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos while appearing on “This Week.” “The hope of the U.S. and […]

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Beating the State: Third Century Christianity in the Third World Today

Written by Gary North on February 20, 2014

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A spectre is haunting Communism. It is the spectre of churches without buildings. If there were a Christian Karl Marx today, his Manifesto of Third World Christianity could begin with these words. In 1973, in his last years, Mao’s persecution had reduced the number of Protestants in China to something in the range of 3 […]

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