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NRA Video Against Bloomberg’s Inclusion of Boston Bomber Victimization of Gun Violence

Michael Bloomberg, a puppet of the Vatican State, appears to have made a huge error when his group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, listed, among many, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bomber, as a victim of gun violence. Bloomberg’s actions certainly have set off a firestorm of outrage nationwide and some in the press have actually

USFWS Wants to “Delist” Gray Wolves in All U.S…..Really?

If the U.S. Government has any real aptitude it’s ineptitude and a disregard for rule of law while at the same time creating such confusion few can keep up…..by design. For this reason, I believe the latest action by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), a proposal for removal of federal protection of the

Don’t Listen to the Truth. Do As I Say Not As I Do

Google Apologizes for Easter Snub; Explains Gun Policy

Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt Publicly Apologizes for Insult to Christians Worldwide by Celebrating Violence-Linked Union Leader Cesar Chavez with Google Doodle on Easter Sunday; CEO Larry Page Seconds the Apology In Response to Question from Shareholder Activist Group, Google’s David Drummond Says Decision to Restrict Guns from Google Shopping Platform is NOT Linked to

Obama’s Military Action in Benghazi

Comedians on Obama

I guess they say that the honeymoon must be over when the comedians begin telling that jokes about presidents that most presidents don’t want to hear. I think it is safe to say that some in America are falling out of love with Barack Obama. Below are a few jokes, supposedly told by the comedians

The Umbrella Conspiracy: Sissy or Agenda-Driven?