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Illegal aliens in NC commit sexual assaults, other crimes at alarming rates

An InfoWars report has uncovered a serious problem going on in the state of North Carolina that isn’t being reported in the Obama-friendly national nightly news outlets. A large number of illegal aliens who are flocking to that state for “refuge” are criminals whose whereabouts aren’t being tracked. One concerned citizen who happened to be… Continue reading Illegal aliens in NC commit sexual assaults, other crimes at alarming rates

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Satanist, gang-banging, drug-addicted cutter finds Christ & new life

Ulisses Sanchez, a Mexican immigrant in Des Moines, Iowa, can recall a time not too long ago when he lived life in the streets as a gang-banging tough guy. He joined the gang at 14 for protection at his school and kept his dark life a secret from his parents. At the age of 11… Continue reading Satanist, gang-banging, drug-addicted cutter finds Christ & new life

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Some legal history in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month

In the 1940s, a group of Hispanic-American parents led by Gonzalo Mendez filed a lawsuit on behalf of their children who were attending grade school in California’s Orange County.  The children were being segregated into separate facilities and being taught a different curriculum, both of which were inferior to what the white children were experiencing.  The… Continue reading Some legal history in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month