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    Torture Is Bad, But It Can Work
    Friday, Dec. 12, 2014

    Senate Democrats released an early Christmas present: A report revealing that the torture of captured terrorists didn’t stop any attacks.

    But according to some, that isn’t true at all. ...

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    No One Cares About ‘White Ferguson Victims’
    Thursday, Dec. 04, 2014

    If you don’t hang out at conservative websites it’s most likely that you haven’t heard about the “white Ferguson

    victims.” And that’s a shame because it changes how some view the justice system. ...

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    A Black Stormtrooper? Suck It Up & Deal With It
    Tuesday, Dec. 02, 2014

    Do you know what burns my bacon? Some people are having alien kittens because the trailer of the new Star Wars movie,

    “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” features a black stormtrooper. ...

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    Common Sense Could Have Saved Tamir Rice, Michael Brown
    Monday, Dec. 01, 2014

    Things could have been different for

    Michael Brown, left, and Tamir Rice if a little common sense was used. However, their cases are completely different. ...

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    What Burns My Bacon Wishes You A Happy Thanksgiving!
    Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014

    Let us remember what this day really is about: Being thankful for what we have in our lives and being with our family and friends on this day.

    Thanksgiving is about being surrounded by the ones you love and care about. It does not mean running to Walmart to save a few bucks on a TV.

    Let’s keep in mind that there are more important things in life than running to a store and dealing with rude shoppers.

    And Thanksgiving is that day to remind us what we should be thankful for while we enjoy a little turkey, good food and drink.

    And football, of course.

    New York Times Foolishly Publishes Darren Wilson’s Home Address
    Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

    While writing an article about the wedding of white Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson, New York Times reporters Julie Bosman and Campbell

    Robertson (and their editors) didn’t seem to worry about the safety of Wilson or his neighbors as they published his street address. ...

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    Ferguson Riots Enforce Negative Stereotypes Of Black Community
    Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014

    After it was announced last night that the grand jury cleared white police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, riots have been terrible.

    And the rioters are only hurting the black community and enforcing a negative stereotype of black Americans with the looting and destruction that went on. ...

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    Call For Cool Heads After Grand Jury Says Wilson Should Not Be Indicted In Shooting Death Of Brown
    Monday, Nov. 24, 2014

    The grand jury finally released its

    decision regarding police officer Darren Wilson and the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson. But we need some cool heads before things get out of hand with the rioting. ...

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    Remembering Our Brave Heroes on Veterans Day
    Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014

    On this Veterans Day, let us remember the ones from yesteryear and today and the brave sacrifices that they have done for not just us, Americans, but for those overseas. While we honor them today for their heroic services, we should discover the importance and history of Veterans Day, which was originally called Armistice Day.

    To find out more, go to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ site and learn about Veterans Day.

    Why Bad, Negative News Needs To Be Reported
    Monday, Nov. 10, 2014

    The Nashville Tennessean’s new Engagement Editor Beth Inglish McMillian played a terrible trick on journalists by posting a tweet this past Halloween.

    She seems to think that the media shouldn’t be reporting on negative news because it makes her feel “sick.” ...

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    Always Remember The Heroes, Victims of 9/11
    Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014

    On this day 13 years ago nearly 3,000 brave Americans lost their lives to a terrorist attack that shook this great nation of ours.

    We must always remember and never forget the cost of that day and what we must do to protect America.

    Obama’s Speech Lacks Hope When Looking At The Past
    Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014

    The president said that he plans on pushing military strikes against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

    But will his plan succeed? We hope so, but ...

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    Obama Admits To Being Insensitive During Beheading-Golf Flap
    Tuesday, Sept. 09, 2014

    Many in the political world became outrage when President Barack Obama

    condemned the beheading of an American journalist and then immediately worked on his golf game. ...

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    Allegations Of Diseased Illegal Immigrant Children Needs Looking Into
    Sunday, July 27, 2014

    While many Americans are already concerned about the increase of illegal immigrants coming across the borders, according

    to some there is a new worry now: The illegal children who are sneaking in may have diseases. ...

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