• Culture

    The Brad Pitt Scene in ‘ Fury ‘ That Will Make Pansy Progs Pee Their Pants

    by  • 28 October, 2014 • Culture, Guns, Military • 1 Comment

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    This is one of those memorable scenes that will soon become iconic, viewed over and over again, as uncomfortable as it may make reviewers like David Edelstein. From American Power: Saturday, October 25, 2014 The Scene from ‘Fury’ That Drives Pansy-Assed Progs Into the Arms of Their Metrosexual Mommies If you think “Fury” represents...

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    #1 Gripe of New Car Owners? Too Many Wireless & Digital Infotainment System Malfunctions

    by  • 27 October, 2014 • Culture • 0 Comments

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    From The Wall St. Journal: The biggest cause of complaints among new car buyers in the U.S. isn’t mechanical failures highlighted by this year’s massive number of safety recalls, it is balky infotainment systems. Freezing touch screens, Bluetooth wireless systems that don’t sync with phones and balky multifunction controls are the top source of...

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    NYPD Hatchet Attacker Hated White People

    by  • 26 October, 2014 • Crime, Culture • 2 Comments

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    Racial Jihadist… The father of the Navy veteran who attacked four New York City police officers with a hatchet earlier this week wanted to kill white people, his father told reporters Saturday. Ralph Thompson told the New York Post that his son Zale “committed suicide” when he attacked the officers in Jamaica, Queens Thursday...

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    TLC Cancels “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” Over Scandal

    by  • 24 October, 2014 • Celeb, Culture • 1 Comment

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    Dysfunctional reality TV… One day after June Shannon of TLC’s “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” was accused of being romantically involved with registered sex offender, Mark McDaniel, the network canceled the reality series after four seasons. “TLC has cancelled the series ‘Here Comes Honey Boo Boo’ and ended all activities around the series, effective...

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    Tourists Looking for a Rocky Moutain High Help Boost Colorado Tax Revenues

    by  • 24 October, 2014 • Culture • 2 Comments

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    According to the Colorado Springs Gazette, sales tax revenues are up this summer, and so are revenues from a Colorado Springs Medical Marijuana store. From Wall St. OTC: After Washington state and Colorado legalized recreational cannabis use, entrepreneurs have discovered a whole new niche to become active in. Pot dispensaries and new-age hotels permitting...

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    School Did Nothing About a 13 Year Old Boy Who Was Beaten Regularly on School Bus Until Video Surfaced

    by  • 23 October, 2014 • Culture • 2 Comments

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    School authorities were dismissive about prior complaints until this video surfaced, and yet the beatings went on for months on a regular basis. From CBS Local Chicago: Video showing a 13-year-old being beaten on his way to school has surfaced and the boy’s outraged parents say school officials put him in danger. CBS 2’s...

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    Atheist Flyer Depicting the Bible Raping a Woman to Be Handed Out at Public Schools

    by  • 22 October, 2014 • Culture • 2 Comments

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    Atheists are planning to distribute an anti-Christian propaganda flyer to public school students depicting the Bible raping a woman. From Weasel Zippers: Yet if someone were to hand out a Bible at a public school all hell would break lose. Via CNS News: (CNSNews.com) – The Freedom From Religion Foundation, an atheist group, is...

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    Canuck Muslim Mows Down Soldiers With Car

    by  • 21 October, 2014 • Crime, Culture • 1 Comment

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    A Quebec terrorist killed one Canadian soldier and injured a second with his car during a rampage in Montreal Monday. Police shot and killed “radicalized” extremist Martin Couture Rouleau after he plowed into the two troopers in a mall parking lot. He led police on a high-speed chase after the attack, and at one...

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