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Storage Wars: The Mid-Term Edition

Storage Wars

By Luke Hamilton

Now that the heady rush of jubilation has faded from the election, it’s time to take stock of what we actually achieved. The numbers couldn’t be more forthright. It’s as if the American people interrupted the President to interject, “Now, let me be clear…” The 2014 election was an epic

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High School Rule-makers Endanger Female Athletes

By J. Matt Barber

The inmates are running the asylum in Indy.

Until recently I had not heard of the National Federation of State High School Associations, or NFHS. This Indianapolis-based organization has, since 1920, developed and published playing rules for high-school sports in all 50 states and the District of

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The Crucifixion of Pastor Scott Lively

By J. Matt Barber

“Remember what I told you: ‘A servant is not greater than his master.’ If they persecuted me, they will persecute you also. If they obeyed my teaching, they will obey yours also.”

– John 15:20

Christians, pastors, take heed. In case you haven’t noticed, times are

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Lesbian Extremist Mayor Must Go — Now

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By J. Matt Barber

Should we make an example of her?

Absolutely.

I was born in Waco, Texas, and lived in Houston, so I’ve got a dog in this hunt. Really, we all do.

Houston Mayor Annise Parker has disqualified herself from the privilege of serving the people of south Texas.

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Is Climate Hysteria Sustainable?

By Gordon J. Fulks

It was something that was never supposed to happen in climate science where so many are so happy with the vast largesse they receive from American taxpayers in exchange for supporting a politically charged paradigm. But former scientific colleagues from the University of Washington had a remarkable falling out the

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‘LGBT’: The ‘T’ is for Tyranny

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By J. Matt Barber

Tranny tyranny. Strike that. “LGBT” tyranny. Lesbian, gay, bisexual tyranny. That, generally speaking, is what’s on display in Houston right now. But trust me: Unlike Vegas, what happens in Houston will, most definitely, not stay in Houston – not if Democrats continue to have their way.

Houstonians elected themselves, as mayor,

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Calgary struggles with summer snowfall…

Early September 2014 — Just a thought. It’s in the Eighties and Nineties in Portland, Oregon, and snowing in Canada. Perhaps illegal aliens are not filling up Canada because they don’t know how to pick fruit in a snowstorm. I myself have worked on West Coast farms, bucking bales, swamping peaches and picking strawberries —

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The Christian Emergency League

By John Kirkwood On September 11th, 1933, a group of 61 German pastors gathered to form ThePfarrernotbund – The Pastor’s Emergency League. Outraged by Nazi incursion into Church affairs and disappointed by the silent pulpits of their peers, men like Martin Niemoller and Dietrich Bonhoeffer forged this covenant so that the light of the

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A Deteriorating Climate?

Al Gore with Fire Breath

By Gordon J. Fulks, Ph.D.

With claims of Catastrophic AnthropogenicGlobal Warming growing more desperate by the day, we are supposed to believe that our planet is in dire peril. In fact, the paradigm is in dire peril and that means that the Great Green Money Machine is also in peril.

Even the worst of

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Space Microbes related to White House

Space Microbes

By Larry Leonard

Microbial Life Found Living on Exterior of the International Space Station, say reports.

August, 2014 –This is like the present White House in that there is no evidence of origin. You can’t tell for sure where it came from. It has six legs and a hose nose, so resembles nothing you might

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Media Disrespects Blacks, Palestinians, Itself

Gaza riots

By Art Hyland

“The free world’s liberal media is desperately holding on to its very existence, seeking energy wherever it can to sustain its power”

Gaza riot

The degree to which a Black community in Ferguson, Missouri is shown to react by an enabling media to spontaneous conclusions about an

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I’m Wanted for ‘Hate Crimes’ in Canada

By J. Matt Barber

It seems I have some liberal knickers in a knot north of the border.

The left is anything if not predictable. It tickles me to no end when, by way of their utterly unhinged reaction to one of my columns, secular-”progressives” end up proving true the very point

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Israel: The Palestinian People’s Greatest Ally

Benjamin Netanyahu

By J. Matt Barber

Israel is not tame.

But she is good.

If a poacher shoots arrows at a pride of sleeping lions, are the lions to blame for rousing and defending themselves?

What does one say of the shooter when he intentionally cowers behind the skirts of his own women

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The Shrill is Gone

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By Luke Hamilton It is never too early to start planning the completion of a communist coup. We are only midway through Dear Leader’s second term, but the Demokrat primary for the 2016 Presidential election is beginning to take shape. It almost seems as if the party has already abdicated this year’s mid-term election

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I Don’t Want to Write about Barack Anymore . . .

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By Luke Hamilton

I am sick to death of writing about Barack the Destroyer. Ever since that cold November day in 2008, when a chill settled into the heart of every American patriot, we have been fighting. Fighting with written word. Fighting with deeds. Fighting with shaky camera footage. Fighting with Town Halls. Fighting with

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