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Tag: Foreign Policy
By DetroitRight, Section News
Now this is unbelievable. A couple of Marines decided to treat a few dead Taliban terrorists to a good old fashioned "golden shower."
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By JGillman, Section Multimedia
A little slow on the start up, but worth going all the way through.
To see the additional two parts, visit Northern Light
Cain is not down by a long shot.
Also one should realize if his poll numbers start coming back pretty soon, he should be considered unstoppable. Worth a stop off at the donation bucket. Especially for ads like this.
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By Randall, Section News
by Rep. Thaddeus McCotter, R-MI
originally posted on http://biggovernment.com
They were "Wide Awakes" - scores of torchbearers marching through sleepy hamlets to herald the emancipation of a people from the bonds of slavery into God-given liberty. These despised and decried champions of human freedom and defenders of American Union proudly called themselves "Republicans."
Through the ensuing decades of political triumphs, falters and defeats, we Republicans never forgot our honorable heritage - until today. Amidst the stormy present, some of our compatriots suffer from an apocalyptic intimation that America's revolutionary experiment in human freedom and self-government is over. They are wrong.
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