America: The Untold Story...what you may not know that can shut up a liberal

Have you ever heard the vile garbage spewed by the likes of Bill Ayers, Noam Chomsky, Ward Churchill, and Michael Moore, among others? I'm confident that, if you're reading this, you probably have. When you've heard it, have you ever wanted to scream at the top of your lungs (this is a southern expression that means scream with every ounce of energy you possess) the full story to the entire world? I know I have. I'm asking  you to listen to them once more, because now, there is a serious counter punch...aka...the entire truth. It is presented brilliantly. 

I gathered with Director/Writer Dinesh D'Souza, Directors John Sullivan and Bruce Schooley and 30 or so additional friends in a private residence in Atlanta recently and had the honor of viewing D'Souza's new documentary America. I'll be honest, the opening scene was almost unbearable to watch. American Thinker describes it like this: 

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Economy CONTRACTS Almost 3%!


BEA_Photo.gifAccording to USA Today, the United States economy contracted in the first quarter of 2014.

The nation's gross domestic product in the first quarter fell at a 2.9% annual rate, vs. the 1% contraction previously believed, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg expected a 1.8% drop in output from the fourth quarter.

This new number stands in stark contrast to a previous estimate put out by the Bureau of Economic Analysis which originally had the economy growing by .1%. 

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Cougar Banned As School Mascot

Last week I felt compelled to point out why the decision by the US Patent and Trademark office to revoke the trademark logo and name of the Redskins was a case of political correctness run amuck. In that article, I posed the question about other possible names being revoked, including this question: Will teams or organizations bearing the name of an animal be deemed offensive? 

Well, guess what? It turns out that one school district in Syracuse, NY has already opted NOT to use the name or image of an animal for their high school sports teams. (No, I’m not making this up) In 2012, Syracuse.com reported how Corner Canyon High School (which hadn’t even opened yet) would not be allowed to use the cougar as a school mascot or team name for fear that it would “offend some women”. This was after letters had been sent to students asking them to vote on school colors, the sports mascot, and name. The students overwhelmingly chose the cougar over other names. 

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5 ACTUAL Signs that Prove America’s Regressing

Isn't it amazing how many signs there are regarding a waning America? And yet, so many people don’t pay any attention or perhaps they just don’t want to see them. Rather, they ignore the signs and keep hoping for brighter horizons.

I’m not even talking about the HUGE, figurative signs like the never ending list of scandals coming from our nation’s disgraced capital. I’m talking about the little signs. The actual signs. The ones we’ve gotten used to, and the ones we are currently being programmed to get used to.

The signs that remind us, if we stop and think about it, who is holding the power – and more importantly, who isn’t.

After witnessing a disturbing trend of said signs, I used five to illustrate my point.

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Do Not Expect SCOTUS to Save You from Poor Electoral Decisions

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The United States Supreme Court, the highest court in the land, is the final stop for issues pertaining to constitutionality.  Originally instituted by our founding fathers as a balancing scale for the Legislative and Executive branches, the Court’s sole responsibility is to interpret the Constitution and ensure that laws do not overstep their bounds. However, over the years the Court, too, has become a place of politics—though to a lesser degree.  This week is decision week, the week when the Court will hand down their verdicts on cases they heard this year before they retire for the summer.  Invariably, the most contested decisions will come on the last day right before the session ends (as to avoid any press mayhem that may ensue).

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