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The “Jesus was a refugee” argument is irrelevant

Race baiter Al Sharpton and his ego were in the news once again this week when he tweeted, “Before you head to church today, remember to thank God for his son, Jesus a refugee who fled to Egypt” to criticize President Trump’s call for preventing people from entering the US from seven Muslim nations until… Continue reading The “Jesus was a refugee” argument is irrelevant

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Will Trump make a mistake with his pick for vice president?

Political columnist and news commentator Ann Coulter, who has been right on the money thus far with her support for Trump and her reasons for that support, has expressed concerns in her latest column over Trump’s campaign consultants and the advice they’re giving the controversial presidential candidate. According to her, they are pressuring Donald Trump… Continue reading Will Trump make a mistake with his pick for vice president?

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Quick quotes from Donald Trump on the campaign trail

Here are some snippets from Donald Trump in Syracuse on the morning of Saturday, April 16 (see the one-hour video below for complete context): “We’re going to bring our country back together… African-American, White, every person. Old, young, men, women. We’re going to bring people together… I’m someone who gets along with people–all people…We’re going… Continue reading Quick quotes from Donald Trump on the campaign trail

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Suicide-by-train rising for abused Asian women in the UK

Two years ago a young mother aged 27 named Navjeet Sidhu took her five year old daughter and 23 month old son into her arms and jumped in front of a moving train in London, killing all three of them.  Six months later her mother jumped in front of a train at the same spot. … Continue reading Suicide-by-train rising for abused Asian women in the UK

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The tangled webs of the U.S. federal government

“The transgression of the wicked saith within my heart, that there is no fear of God before his eyes.  For he flattereth himself in his own eyes, until his iniquity be found to be hateful.  The words of his mouth are iniquity and deceit: he hath left off to be wise, and to do good.  He deviseth mischief… Continue reading The tangled webs of the U.S. federal government

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Criminal enterprises from Mexico love illegal immigration

Human trafficking continues to be a popular black market industry in Mexico.  According to the Social Development and Assistance Study and Research Center, 21 of Mexico’s 32 states are points of origin and destination in the trafficking of women and children who are usually poor.  Organized criminal enterprises have approximately 100,000 women and children caught up in their network of selling… Continue reading Criminal enterprises from Mexico love illegal immigration

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“Moderate” Muslims finally speak out–against the West

‘Islamophobia Worst Form of Terrorism’ Siraj Wahab, Arab News “ISLAMABAD, 17 May 2007 — Foreign ministers of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) yesterday expressed grave concern at the rising tide of discrimination and intolerance against Muslims, especially in Europe and North America. “It is something that has assumed xenophobic proportions,” they said in… Continue reading “Moderate” Muslims finally speak out–against the West