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Calling Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) an “odd duck,” conservative talk radio host Larry Elder accused Paul of needlessly fueling the notion that cops are out to get black people.

On Tuesday’s The Laura Ingraham Show, Elder, after saying that he was as libertarian as Paul but disagreed with his foreign policy views, said of Paul’s recent inclusion efforts, “I get the idea of making sure the Republican party is embracing black people and trying to attract black people, and he is coming to the inner city and giving speeches to the degree that most prospective republican nominees would never do.”

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Compton School Police ‘Authorized’ to Use AR-15′s This Year

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Breitbart CA

Beginning this school year, campus police in the Compton neighborhood of South Central Los Angeles will be “authorized” to buy and use AR-15s, the guns often misconstrued as “assault rifles” by gun control advocates.

Police officers doing so must “pass an internal selection process,” and can then have the rifles “in their patrol cars while on duty,” according to a report by Southern California Public Radio 89.3 KPCC.

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White House Accused Of Hiding Politically Embarrassing Information

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Jonah Bennett, The Daily Caller

Cause of Action, a conservative legal group, is suing the White House over allegations of interference with executive agencies complying with FOIA requests, The Washington Post reports.

The central complaint is that federal agencies have taken over 14 months to complete Cause of Acton’s FOIAs, and still has not provided the information, owing to the fact that the requests are currently under White House review. Some of the agencies include the Department of Justice, Office of Management and Budget, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Department of Defense.



Charles C. Johnson Fails To Prove His Allegation That Michael Brown Has Juvenile 2nd Degree Murder Rap

Home - by - August 20, 2014 - 05:43 America/New_York - 9 Comments

His FOIA was denied.


But putting this aside for a moment, Charles  C. Johnson continues to be one of the most peculiar, if not despised, journalists who manages to piss off everyone, left and right.

What did he do this time?

He condemned journalist James Foley for reading a propaganda message for ISIS just before they cut his head off.

Kind of hard to like James Foley when he blames U.S. government for his killing. Just saying.

Let’s just say the tweet was controversial.


End Around

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4 Liberal Girls and a Pansy Beta Male Go To the Gun Range For the First Time

Home - by - August 20, 2014 - 02:30 America/New_York - 25 Comments

I want the last girl’s phone number. She’d be conservative in 2 weeks.

Kids’ Stuff

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Baby products people should use

Cry Baby Obama

“Bush’s fault.” “I’m just a Marxist, failed community organizer, elected to deprive Americans their liberty & freedom.”

Lawmaker faces sexual abuse charge

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Judge ordered the man to keep his hands off his mentally incapacitated wife.


Authorities said Rep. Henry Rayhons (R) abused his wife in May at the nursing home where she lived. Donna Rayhons, 78, died Aug. 8.

Henry Rayhons, 78, is a Republican from Garner who has served in the House since 1997. He announced this month that he would not seek re-election in November.

Authorities said the felony charge stemmed from an incident at the Concord Care Center in Garner. A criminal complaint filed Friday by the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation said Rayhons admitted having sexual activity with his wife, who reportedly had Alzheimer’s disease.

Henry Rayhons’ son, Dale Rayhons, called the arrest the result of “a witch hunt.”

Dale Rayhons said Friday evening that the charge was based on a report by Donna Rayhons’ roommate of unclear sounds coming from behind a curtain.

“This is unbelievable, what’s going on,” Dale Rayhons said. “He’s the kindest person you’d ever meet.”


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‘Who Gets to Hold Her Crown While She Speaks?’

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Nevada reporter Jon Ralston rips Hillary Clinton for demanding “royal treatment” in an upcoming visit to Las Vegas:



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Black Racism is Politically Correct

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American Thinker

I’m amazed at how openly racist black Liberals have become, and how few non-blacks are willing to call them out on it.

I was waiting to be interviewed on CNN the other night, and I was listening in advance of my appearance to an interview of a Missouri legislator said to Don Lemmon, [pp] “The way for Ferguson Missouri to improve public relations is to have more black cops.”

Can you imagine the reaction if a city asked for more white cops?

This call for “blackness” as an answer to what’s plaguing the black community is happening a lot, and quite frankly is disturbing.

Pretty soon when we go to a store, black people will only be able to be helped by black people. Imagine a warped world where only somebody of your same COLOR could help you?!

“Colorization” seems to be the answer to all things for Liberals, and is most important to black Liberals. More black is supposed to be better. It never is!

For the life of me, I don’t understand why on Gore’s green Earth black people would want more black people controlling their lives.

Cities are replete with black folks in charge of other black folks: Black aldermen, black city councilmen, majority black school boards (maybe one token white), black mayors, and the real shot-callers known as the Congressional Black Caucus. 

Add to this a black president and a black attorney general, and you have a cornucopia of black power, all of which has led to devastation in the black community. And how is the life of Michael Brown celebrated in the black community? Looting.




After a Heart-Breaking Loss, This Little League Coach Delivered an Inspirational Speech for the Ages

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For the players of the Cumberland American All-Stars from Rhode Island, their dream ended on Monday night with a heartbreaking 8-7 loss to Chicago’s Jackie Robinson West.

But Dave Belisle just gave a new meaning to the title of “Coach” when he talked to his players following the game. Captured on ESPN, Belisle spoke from the heart about the pride he felt for his team.


America’s All-Stars

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Who Said This?

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[Talking about the proliferation of guns in the U.S., following the murder of Phil Hartman in 1998, who was shot to death by his wife] Until America, door to door, takes every handgun, this is what you’re gonna have. It’s pathetic. It really is pathetic. It’s sad. We’re living in the Dark Ages over there. It has to be stopped, and someone really has to go on the line, a certain dauntless political figure, and say, “It’s ending, it’s over, all bets are off.” It’s not 200 years ago, we don’t need this any more, and the rest of the world doesn’t have it. Why should we?




Little Thug Witness Fesses Up

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BREAKING REPORT – Dorian Johnson Recants Media Statement – Tells Authorities “Big Mike” Did Try For Officers Gun – Acquittal Probable


Even His Mugshot Looks Good

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Massive hail storm dumps on Mexico City

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MEXICO CITY – An intense hail storm rained on Mexico City causing floods.

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