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Kevin Hart to Don Lemon: Stop Trying to Make “Redskins” The New N-Word

It’s great to see someone (especially a person of color) take a public stand against the left’s ridiculous–and disingenuous–crusade to make any term they personally find offensive into the  new n-word. Kevin Hart emphatically told CNN’s Don Lemon that “redskins” will never carry the weight of the n-word and to stop equating the two.   Hart insisted, correctly, that the term “redskins” was rarely used i ...

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His School Wouldn’t Let Him Speak About Christianity. He Did It Anyway.

Brooks Hamby seems to be a pretty successful student — mock-trial star, cross-country runner,U.S. Senate page and high school salutatorian — yet his high school administration reportedly refused to allow him to speak openly about his faith at his graduation. That didn’t stop the California high school senior. “In coming before you today, I presented three drafts of my speech, all of them denied on account o ...

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FACEBOOK Lifts Ban On Breastfeeding Pics

#FreeTheNipple: Facebook allows breast feeding photos in change to nudity and pornography policy The change comes as the wide-ranging #FreeTheNipple online campaign has built pace in its attack against guidelines used by social media websites to regulate nudity – from photos of breastfeeding to topless photos post by singer Rihanna’s on her now defunct Instagram account. Facebook’s Community Standards, whic ...

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President Obama seeks court aid to declare lying protected speech

There are three forms of speech that do not accord First Amendment protections according to the courts, and they stem from the potential personal and public consequences that could arise if an individual, group, or entity speaks or writes these words with harmful intent.  First, there is the use of oral accusation known as slander, and this is allowed redress under the American court system.  Secondly there ...

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Britain’s government threatened to shut down newspaper for Snowden reporting

The biggest fears a tyrannical state has are the press and public knowledge.  This truth is in part behind President Obama's covert actions in becoming America's least transparent President in history, and Japan's new law imprisoning anyone who reports negative news on the Fukushima disaster. But another country that prides itself on unrestricted control of its people is the nation of Great Britain.  And in ...

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Obama administration to roll out truth ministers for media organizations

Sometimes it's hard to tell if Barack Obama is a Socialist, Marxist, Fascist, or Nazi, but one thing is for certain, his playbook would make even George Orwell take notice.  And on Feb. 20, that playbook turned to the page where new truth ministers will become embedded in media organizations like television and radio, to ensure that the media is 'doing their job properly'. Incredibly, the Federal Communicat ...

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Obama Secretly Signs Bill ENDING FREE SPEECH

Long gone may the days be where the people of the United States have the right to express themselves freely under the First Amendment.  Obama just signed a bill into law secretly that allows for Secret Service to arrest anyone publicly protesting within their vicinity. The bill turned law, H.R. 347, has passed through congress with little objection from either side, or the American public.  This could be on ...

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Military Documents Confirm Obama Is Silencing, Criminalizing Christianity

  Multiple eyewitnesses and military documents have now confirmed Wednesday's report that soldiers at a recent briefing on Fort Hood were told that Christians and Tea Partiers are dangerous extremists who are "tearing the nation apart," and that donating to such groups now constitutes a military crime. Ft. Hood has denied the charges, but evidence continues to mount. According to documents produced by ...

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The MIT Surveillance Video Used Against Aaron Swartz is Now Public

  Thanks to the diligence of Wired editor Kevin Poulsen, new information about the criminal investigation against 26-year-old activist Aaron Swartz has been released to the public. The files, obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, include an MIT video of Swartz that was used as evidence in the case against him. The Secret Service spearheaded an investigation against Swartz in 2011 that led to ...

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