The Unthinkable British Scandal You Need to Know About

Americans and the British share a bond that goes back generations. As leaders of the Western World, we are put in the natural position of role model and protector of those who seek freedom, equality and justice. Yet these basic principles are being twisted, and used by those who aim to destroy us.

The constant onslaught of scandals over the past few years is proof of that. It’s getting harder to hide the slow and painful death of liberty, and one such British scandal that just erupted acts as a warning call to us all.

As tax payers, we hope that our hard earned money goes toward social services that help the truly needy. And who could be more in need than children who are estranged from their parents and forced to fend for themselves. Yet, in the British town of Rotherham, young girls who sought counsel and protection from their government run programs were betrayed in the most heinous way.

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Mark Pryor's Radical Abortion Voting Record


When it comes to abortion, Mark Pryor represents a very conservative state.  A bill that passed both the Arkansas state house and senate last year required women to get an ultrasound before having an abortion; if the heartbeat was detected she would not be allowed to have the abortion performed. The bill, SB 134 or the "Heartbeat Act", was supported by 60% of Arkansas citizens, with 7% unsure if they supported the bill, while only 33% were opposed to the bill. So it might come as a surprise to the citizens of Arkansas to learn that their Senator, Mark Pryor, has such a radical voting record when it comes to abortion.

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Real Feminists Accept Personal Responsibility

Binge_Drinking.jpgLet me get this straight…feminists want to teach college girls to urinate on themselves and use other ineffective measures to discourage would be rapists, but don't want to teach these same girls that too much alcohol consumption can make them easy targets for would be rapists? 

Teaching personal responsibility is wrong? According to some feminists it is…really!

According to Campus Reform, Dr. Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, professor of public service at The George Washington University, made a statement during a panel discussion in regards to binge drinking and sexual molestation, “Part of the problem is you have men who take advantage of women who drink too much and there are women who drink too much, we need to educate our daughters and our children in that regard.”

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Swing States to be Hit Hard by Healthcare Premium Hikes

There I was, washing dishes in my kitchen, all alone but for Fox New’s ‘Five at Five’ on the television.

When out of nowhere, I was assaulted with a shot of verbal garbage.

In his often crass, Bob Beckel fashion, he made what I thought to be a truly insulting, false observation about the people of this country.

Due to wet soapy hands, I didn’t grab a pen to jot down his exact words. But his sentiment was that Obamacare will not play a significant role in the decision voters will make as they head to the polls this November.


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Senator Landrieu Stands By Her Man

Most can agree that African-Americans have suffered under the current administration.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the current unemployment rate for African-Americans (civilian non-institutional population) is 11.4 percent compared to whites (civilian non-institutional population) at 5.3 percent. (To be fair, this gap has persisted for decades). Also, a New York Times article states that the median income for blacks has declined 10.9 percent since the recession ended in June 2009.

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