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Edward Snowden: The Whistleblower Behind the NSA Surveillance Revelations

What compelled him to blow the whistle on the NSA’s domestic spying?

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Arguing Obamacare In My Sleep

I had a dream last night that I was trying to explain why Obamacare is bad to a former pastor.

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Mass Tragedy: What Are We Missing?

On the afternoon of Monday, April 15, two IED devices were detonated at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.  Three people were killed and scores of others injured in the blasts.  Immediate responses followed from all those who cared to share their opinion on the matter, and the nation demanded retribution.  Much of the cable...

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Gun Ownership: Why It’s Important

More and more, I hear the outcry from someone in the media, whose opinion should be irrelevant on the subject, making the case for stricter gun control laws.  Many even suggest an Australia or UK style gun ban in the United States.  Most recently, this occurred following the murder-suicide of KC Chiefs player, Jovan Belcher.  My...

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Sean Hannity and the Pundits: Pandering Extraordinaires

Nov 12, 12 Sean Hannity and the Pundits: Pandering Extraordinaires

Posted by in Featured, Politics

As reported in the Huffington Post, one day after an abysmal showing by the Republicans in the 2012 Presidential Election, the GOP is left scratching their heads. “How could we have lost to the worst sitting president this country has seen in 30 years during a terrible and stagnant economy?”.  I won’t go into a...

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CBS Affiliates Slip Election Results Early

Oct 22, 12 CBS Affiliates Slip Election Results Early

Posted by in Conspiracy, Featured, Politics

The Daily Caller first reported, that KPHO, a CBS affiliate in Phoenix, AZ, accidently ran pre-programmed election results 2 weeks ahead of the election.

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Debate Contract Shows 2 Parties Agree to Exclude 3rd Parties

Oct 16, 12 Debate Contract Shows 2 Parties Agree to Exclude 3rd Parties

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Time has released a full version of the debate contract signed by both the Romney and Obama campaigns, that outlines the rules for the upcoming debates. Among those clauses are the agreed upon exclusion of 3rd parties from the debates…

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Was the Housing Crash Avoidable, and Is It Over?

I was recently reading the 1946 economics text, Economics in One Lesson, by renowned 20th century economist Henry Hazlitt, when I came across this gem: “The advocates of government-guaranteed mortgages also forget that what is being lent is ultimately real capital, which is limited in supply, and that they are helping...

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Ever Wonder Why We Have Only 2 Debate Contestants?

Oct 04, 12 Ever Wonder Why We Have Only 2 Debate Contestants?

Posted by in Featured, Politics, Video Posts

Ben Swann from WXIX in Cincinatti explains how candidates get into the debates. You can follow all of Ben Swann’s Reality Check Segments on YouTube, his Facebook page, or at WXIX in Cincinnati. Invitations to the After...

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The Reality of American Politics

This just about sums it up.  We’re hopeful that our numbers are growing by the day! Invitations to the After...

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