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Everyone Should Start Smoking Pot Now that It’s Legal


Since It’s Legal Now Everyone Should Start Smoking Pot Now that it looks like it’s going to be legal everywhere, shouldn’t we just all start smoking pot? I’m serious. Alcohol is legal, so I have a beer every now and then and I’ve been thinking about throwing in a little smoke. I know that my views don’t match those of ...

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Missouri Protesters are Really Just Street Thugs


In all the recent outrage surrounding the happenings in Ferguson, MO there has been no resolution, but rather, an escalation due to a mob of looters and thugs disguised as “protesters” on Michael Brown’s behalf. These agitators have swarmed into the chaos clouting the small Missouri town fairly unnoticed as tensions mount and stability weakens.  Citizens of Ferguson have been quartered to their homes thanks ...

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Cubagate: Obama’s Latest Foreign Disaster

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The Obama Administration sent young Latin Americans to Cuba to “provoke political change” The workers received little to no training before beginning covert operations USAID refused to end operations after warning August 4, 2014 If there’s one word we can use to describe the Obama administration, it’s “ineffectual.” That is to say, it’s not that the current POTUS and staff ...

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The Second Amendment – Why We Bear Arms

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  The Second Amendment The Second Amendment has proven to be one of the most controversial parts of the Bill of Rights to date. From concealed carry to gun control, questions and hell raisers often surface over gun control, gun laws and what the Founding Fathers of our nation actually meant when drawing up the Second Amendment in the Constitution. ...

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VA Whistleblowers Face Illegal Retaliation Amid Scandal

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Wither, the Veteran’s Affairs Whistleblowers In contrast to how veterans were treated when they returned home from the increasingly unpopular Vietnam War, today’s veterans – though returning from an increasingly unpopular war in Afghanistan and, before it ended, Iraq – have been viewed by the American public with far more reverence and respect. Perhaps the nation learned a lesson from ...

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