Monthly Archives: February 2016

16 Year Old Afghan Claiming Asylum Rapes Woman After “Respect Training”

Last week, Angela Merkel, Germany’s chancellor, revealed her solution to the increased incidences of harassment, assault and the rape of German women at the hands of Muslim invaders — convert Muslims to show respect to women through training programs.  Her … Continue reading

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CSULA Cancels Event Featuring Ben Shapiro; University President Cites Lack of Inclusiveness

The majority of individuals in conservative circles are familiar with conservative author Ben Shapiro. He is the one who delivered the “smack down” to the Black Lives Matter chief supporters of a lie.  Liberal progressives and university indoctrinators take offense … Continue reading

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Trey Gowdy Blasts Ted Cruz For Being Factually Deficient and Dishonest While Doing The Same Thing

Everyone has heard or read about the ads that were supposedly posted by the Cruz campaign that had to be taken down. As it happens, so did Trey Gowdy (R-SC).  Sitting on the Marco Rubio bus, the Chairman of the … Continue reading

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The Democrat Dog and Pony Show Focuses on Character, Integrity & Mudslinging — In The End, It’s Really About Communism

This presidential election cycle is turning out to be quite entertaining. Look at any national media outlet/publication/TV or alternative sites and the pages are filled with dozens of stories surrounding all candidates.  There is certainly no shortage of issues to … Continue reading

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Bernard College Boasts Art Exhibit Highlighting “Trigger Warnings” To Promote Dialogue; Free Speech Inhibited Instead

In May of 2014, I penned the article, “Will the Left’s Politically Correct Book Labeling Lead to Nazi-Style Book Burning?,” covering the addition of “trigger warnings” on books used in the curricula of universities to protect students from content they … Continue reading

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Justice Scalia’s Family Requests Public Accept Death Being Due To Natural Causes; Questions Remain Surrounding Procedures After Scalia Found

The previous article penned titled “A Nurse’s Perspective: Justice Scalia’s Death in Texas is the 21st Century Version of the Assassination of JFK” explored some rhetorical questions that may never be answered due to the procedures followed by those on … Continue reading

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A Nurse’s Perspective – Death of Justice Scalia in Texas Is The 21st Century Version of the Assassination of JFK

The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia shocked the nation, especially when hearing the distinguished Justice appeared to be in good spirits, “entertaining,” and active the night before.  What is even more shocking to some is the post death … Continue reading

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Rep. McMorris Rodgers Claims Repealing Obamacare Requires a Replacement Option

Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution of the united States of America authorizes enumerated powers to Congress.  Nowhere in Section 8 of the Constitution is Congress authorized the power to control health care or health care insurance.  Yet, the … Continue reading

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German Chancellor Merkel To “Convert” Misogynistic Muslims To Respect Women

The illegal alien Muslim invasion of Europe has been covered every step of the way. Reports of increased crime, rapes and assaults are prevalent in nations where these invaders have inserted themselves into towns and cities across the nations of … Continue reading

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Hussein Soetoro: Fixed Nothing, Broke Everything

“[I]t’s been noted often by pundits that the tone of our politics hasn’t gotten better since I was inaugurated, in fact it’s gotten worse; that there’s still this yawning gap between the magnitude of our challenges and the smallness of … Continue reading

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