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Kellogg’s announced on Tuesday its decision to pull ads from conservative media giant Breitbart.com because its 45 million monthly readers are not “aligned with our values as a company.”


Boycotting mainstream American ideas is an act of discrimination and intense prejudice. If you serve Kellogg’s products to your family, you are serving up bigotry at your breakfast table.

 

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Roberts' ruling isn't final

07/09/2012 08:40
by Rand Paul   In the wake of the recent Supreme Court decision, can you still argue that the Constitution does not support ObamaCare? The liberal blogosphere apparently thinks the constitutional debate is over. I wonder whether they would have had that opinion the day after the Dred Scott decision. While it is clear to anyone who was awake in high school civics class that the Supreme Court has the power to declare whether a law is valid under the Constitution, that power is not a pronouncement set in stone. Think of how our country would look now had the Supreme Court not changed its view of what is constitutional. Think of 1857, when the court handed down the outrageous...

Scott Lively's lawyers file 109-page response to "gay" lawsuit funded by Soros-backed group

07/06/2012 10:55
by Mass Resistance   Scott Lively is fighting back.   On Friday, June 22, Scott Lively and the pro-family law firm Liberty Counsel filed a 109-page response to the bizarre and frightening international "human rights" lawsuit filed against him last March, as well as a motion to dismiss the case. On March 14, 2012, a Soros-funded New York-based far-left advocacy organization called the "Center for Constitutional Rights" (CCR) filed a 47-page lawsuit in Federal District Court in Springfield, Massachusetts against Pastor Scott Lively. Lively is accused of inciting murder, torture, and other civil rights violations in Uganda....

June 2012: A Definitive Date in the Advance of Government Tyranny

07/05/2012 09:15
(WASHINGTON) – On Thursday, the United States Supreme Court issued its ruling on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). The law was passed in 2010 by a Democrat-controlled House and Senate and signed into law by President Barack Obama. In its decision, the Supreme Court upheld the law – including the individual mandate – as constitutional. Congressman Tim Huelskamp, who was not in the U.S. House of Representatives when the law was passed, issued the following statement about the Court’s landmark decision: “When they look back on the American system of once-limited government, June 28, 2012 will stand as a definitive date in the advance of government tyranny....
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