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Learn about the original 13th Amendment on a church website!!
One of the greatest frauds against Americans exposed here, with documentation.
Awesome! They have a "We the People" page! Lol!!
Anyone know of any other church with content like this on their website?
Uruguay's decision to legalise the production, sale and consumption of marijuana violates international law, the UN drugs watchdog says.
The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) warned that the move would endanger young people and "contribute to the earlier onset of addiction".
The new law will allow registered Uruguayans over 18 to buy up to 40g (1.4oz) of the drug a month.
The government hopes it will help tackle drug cartels.
More Public School Insaniety: Colorado 6-year-old ACCUSED Of Sexual Harassment And 'SUSPENDED' For KISSING a GirlSubmitted by emalvini on Tue, 12/10/2013 - 11:37
More Public School Insaniety: Colorado 6-year-old ACCUSED Of Sexual Harassment And 'SUSPENDED' For KISSING a Girl
from AP 10 Dec 2013, 7:04 AM PDT
A 6-year-old boy has been suspended from a Colorado school for kissing a girl on the cheek.
School officials in Canon City are accusing the boy of sexual harassment and they want it on his school record.
They don't follow the Constitution because we don't make them.
Politicons will always follow the path of least resistance. If they start hearing "constitutional authorization" from us for anything they do or propose, they will notice the resistance.
Cop hears a man clear his throat, decides to a.) ignore it, b.) check to see if he's OK, or c.) slam his head into the wall?Submitted by john jay on Wed, 12/11/2013 - 23:06
No explanation needed:
Abraham Lincoln was a saint. Andrew Jackson was purely awesome because he ended the first central bank. Murray Rothbard was never in error. Ludwig von Mises was absolutely correct on all accounts. JFK should be exalted. etc etc etc etc etc...
None of the above folks were perfect. Here, most are familiar with the bad side of Lincoln; however, we rarely consider that Andrew Jackson presided over the Trail of Tears. The lyrics of a song by the Native American band Corporate Avenger go:
"If Hitler was on the twenty-dollar bill, how would the Jews feel?"
By selectively ignoring either the good or the bad of historic figures, we endorse the practice of historical revision. It is important that people embrace the realization that no one person is purely good or evil. Too often, people are swayed by one side of the story or the other and never consider that famous (or infamous) people were - just that - people. Everyone is flawed.
Equal Opportunity Doesn't Always Guarantee Equal Results
January 30, 2000 | By Charley Reese of The Sentinel Staff
What do 19th century slave owners and 20th century proponents of affirmative action have in common? The answer is simple. They share a belief that blacks are basically inferior and cannot compete with whites on an equal playing field. That was how slave owners rationalized slavery. That's how proponents of affirmative action secretly rationalize their position.
CNBC Video - Former Reagan Budget Director David Stockman: 'Budget Betrayal, Final Surrender'
8 hrs ago 3:52
CNBC's Rick Santelli and David Stockman, OMB director under President Reagan, discuss the budget deal. Stockman says the deal is the final surrender of House Republican leadership.
Published: Wednesday, 11 Dec 2013 | 1:44 PM ET
By: Jeff Morganteen | Producer, CNBC.com
The new year is fast approaching, which means that it is time for both reassessments and future planning.
What will you choose? What will you decide? Are you aware that there is a tremendous fundamental difference between these two actions?
Most people use these words interchangeably, but let’s look at them more carefully.
The word decide shares the root -cide with a number of other words: Suicide, fratricide, genocide, pesticide, hosticide (to kill an enemy), ursicide (to kill a bear). There are hundreds of such words, but you get the picture.
To -cide means to kill. When you de-cide something, you look at your options, then murder them off one by one until the last one remains and you say, “This is it! This is the one! I’ve de-cided.”
The whole process is entirely rational. Each murder is perpetrated cooly, based on evidence that you use as justification for your de-cision. Because the evidence is the reason, there is no personal responsibility. The cause is clear. You didn’t have to do anything. It is the evidence that led you to all the murders, your singular rational conclusion, your final de-cision.
A choice, on the other hand, is different.
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - Police in the City of Colorado Springs were forced to pay $23,500 to a man they arrested by mistake for carrying his weapon in public. James Sorensen sued and won after he was arrested at a festival in July, one day after the Aurora shooting occurred. The entire incident was caught on camera and when the officer who disarmed him told him to get a lawyer, that’s exactly what he did.
Wow, check this video out.