Archive for October 2012

KKK still operating in Louisiana?

From the local CBS affiliate in Houston: On Sunday at 8 p.m., Sharmeka Moffitt, [a Black woman] called 911 from a walking trail in Winnsboro, Louisiana and told authorities she had been doused in flammable liquid by three men wearing white hoodies. She suffered extensive burns on more than half her body and was taken…

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The real reason gasoline prices went up under Obama

Here is what Obama claimed in last week’s debate: Oh yeah, gasoline price at the pump was lower when Obama took office because the economy was on the verge of collapse.  If you buy that one he has a bridge he’d like to sell you. Well, it wasn’t then and it isn’t now on the…

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The Political Barnyard

Bill Clinton is getting $10 to $12 million for his memoirs. Hillary Rodham Clinton got $8 million for her memoirs. That’s $20 million for the memories from two people, who for eight years repeatedly testified, under oath, that they couldn’t remember anything.

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Imagine — No Liberals

Demographers tell us the time is coming when there will be no liberals, or at least very few of them. This is because secular liberals have the lowest birth rates and the highest rates of never marrying and never reproducing, and having abortions if they do manage to reproduce.  They’re dying out. Conservatives and religious…

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Quote of the day — October 20, 2012

On October 19, 1781, as the redcoats under British General Charles Cornwallis marched forward to surrender, they could not help but notice how poorly dressed and equipped George Washington’s troops were. Few had uniforms. Many wore rags and went barefooted. “Out of this rabble has risen a people who defy kings,” one of King George’s…

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A silent hero dies in England and reveals his secret suffering

Ronald Brown of Exeter, England always said he had a bad knee.  When pressed he claimed he still had a bullet in his knee from World War II.  Indeed, he had stepped on a land mine in France in August of 1944.  The medical treatment of the times thought it safest to leave the shrapnel…

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