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Clinton Papers: Bill and Hillary Feared the Internet

The Clinton Library has released over 7,000 pages of documents from Bill’s presidency, likely hoping that what ever is in them will be “old news” by the time Hillary announces her bid for president. But one of the documents is very interesting and shows that Bill and Hillary really feared and hated the free flow […]

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Obama’s Jackbooted Thugs Withdrawing From Bundy Ranch in Nevada?

It is possible that Obama’s oppressive, jackbooted thugs are withdrawing from their attack on a Nevada rancher after stealing over 500 of his cattle. Government officials are saying that the situation has become “too dangerous” for its operatives and the situation is spiraling out of the government’s control, so they are quitting their efforts to […]

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VIDEO: Michigan Cops Harass Citizen Legally Carrying a Gun

VIDEO: Michigan Cops Harass Citizen Legally Carrying a GuA Michigan man legally carrying a pistol openly in a holster was illegally stopped and harassed by Grand Rapids police in March of 2013 in an incident that sparked a federal lawsuit. Now the full video of the encounter has been released to the public. Last March, […]

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VIDEO: A Canadian Warns America NOT To Register Our Guns

A Canadian newscaster has a warning for Americans: Do NOT register your firearms because if you do, the government WILL confiscate your guns and throw you in jail. Brian Billey, a host on Sun News in Canada, hosted a commentary proving that if we Americans are stupid enough to register our firearms (I’m talking to […]

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The World’s Ten Worst Places to Be a Christian

The 2014 World Watch List of the 50 worst places in the world to be a Christian has been released showing all the usual suspect nations where Christians face daily persecution. Since the American invasion of Iraq and later as the so-called Arab Spring has grown, persecution of Christians has exploded across the world–most especially […]

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Man with gun robs passengers on a Seattle bus, until…

Man with gun meets the wrong guy. This is a surveillance video taken on a Seattle bus in November. As the video begins, note the man with gun at the top of the video, robbing people. He moves down the bus doing his biness and then he accosts the gentleman on the right who is […]

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Fallen Soldier on My Delta Flight

This story is not about “my” Delta flight. It is about something that most Americans never have any real contact with because most Americans don’t have family serving in the US military. An old phrase about military service, in war time, goes: We are a Marine Corps family, our son was in a SpOps unit. […]

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A Patriot’s Story

As Americans celebrate the birthday of the USA, it is fitting that we take time to remember the blood, sweat and tears shed by the American colonists who fought in the USA’s war for independence, a.k.a. the American Revolution. With this in mind, I want to introduce Wizbang readers to one of the rank-and-file colonial […]

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Colorado Sen. Who Spearheaded Anti-Gun Laws Close to Recall

In the aftermath of the crime at a Colorado movie theater where 12 people were murdered, the Colorado State legislature quickly moved to adopt stricter gun laws and Senate President John Morse led that effort. But now, after his anti-gun bills were successfully passed into law, Morse faces a recall election that could turn him […]

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Today Will Be the Last Day of My Husband’s Life …

Ben and I have been married for 1 year, 4 months and 2 days. Ben has just 16.5 hours left here on this earth with me. Sixteen and a half hours of time and we have no idea the end is coming … The clock is ticking. So my friend, Nikki Goeser, begins her story. […]

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Chinese Bloggers Get Wasteful Gov’t Official Fired

Citizen journalists in China have succeeded in getting a wasteful government official fired by reporting on a lavish party he threw paid for by government funds. The Communist Party boss of Taizhou City, Zhang Aihua, had developed a habit of extravagant parties, high spending, and glad-handing industrial representatives, so much so that local residents had […]

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Social Media Site Reddit Apologizes for ‘Online Witch Hunt’ of Boston Bomber Search

Ooopsie… Reddit has officially apologized for users’ assumption that an innocent and missing Brown University student was a likely suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing. In the few days between the Monday afternoon bombing of the Boston Marathon and Friday morning when it became clear that the Tsarnev brothers were being sought by authorities for […]

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America’s Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, Stands Alone Against Unions And Outsiders in Recall Effort

Only three weeks after re-election in 2012, Sheriff Joe Arpaio was hit with a recall effort. Now, with anti-Arpaio petitions in circulation in Maricopa County, Arizona, “America’s Sheriff” is organizing his forces to oppose a recall backed by the deep pockets of the unions, millions in outside money, and a flood of non-Arizonans arriving to […]

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VIDEO: Sen. Dianne Feinstein Lies in Senate Gun-Ban Hearing

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D, CA) lied outright in a recent hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee as she advocated for her anti-Constitutional gun-ban bill when she said that it is “legal to hunt humans” with large capacity ammunition magazines. This is why Feinstein and all like her are clowns… These anti-American, anti-Constitutionalists are little else […]

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Pelosi: ‘We Avow the First Amendment’ Because ‘People Have a Right to a Gun’

As Nancy Pelosi appeared on Fox News Sunday with host Chris Wallace, she didn’t seem to know the difference between the First Amendment and the Second Amendment. During her February 10 segment, Pelosi premised her conversation by pointing out that Japan has, “the most violent games and the rest and the lowest mortality from guns.” […]

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Hobby Lobby Goes ‘Over The Cliff’

If you haven’t been following the headlines, Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. is headed “over the cliff,” today, with respect to its decision to defy the Obamacare mandate covering birth control and “morning after” contraceptives. Here’s what makes the story interesting.  Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. is a privately owned company, founded and operated by David Green.  […]

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Pull my finger

It’s easy to sympathize, I suppose, because if I were ever left unsupervised in the White House the shocking photos would be me urinating on the portrait of LBJ wrenched from the wall and hurled to the floor.  So in that respect a couple of Obama supporters invited to the White House in commemoration of […]

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Rock-N-Roller Confronted With Capitalism

Jack White recently of the band The White Stripes has realized something important, capitalism works. At least it works when properly approached and with the release of several special vinyl albums he is trying to do it right, much to the consternation of some of his cheapskate fans. As it happens, Mr. White is part […]

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Attempted Murder via SWAT Team

Why have such tactics been allowed to flourish?

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In honor of May Day – the world’s only surviving DPRK prison camp escapee

Workers of the World, Unite! In honor of International World Worker’s day, I’d like to introduce you to Shin Dong-huyk, the only person (as far as we know) to survive an escape from the labor camps run by the Korean Worker’s Party: He was born into a life of enslavement and torture inside Camp 14, […]

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Wealthy Michigan Teacher Upset She Can’t Retire at 47

It’s just unfair, isn’t it? I mean, if an $80,000-per-year, union protected, unfireable, teacher can’t retire at the extremely young age of 47 while the rest of us have to work into our 70s, well, what kind of world are we living in? That’s how teachers in Michigan feel, anyway. Just ask the haughty Terri […]

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A priest, a rabbi, and Sandra Fluke walk into a bar…

…and place their drink orders.  The bartender serves them their drinks, they pay him, then settle back to relax.  Suddenly, Sandra Fluke urgently flags down the bartender with a question. “Is there is a prophylactic machine in the restroom?” “Sure, there’s one in the men’s room,” the bartender replies. “Good.  I purchased a drink from […]

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The Andrew Breitbart I Knew

The country has lost a leader. Early this morning I was woken by texts, phones calls, and Facebook IMs to the devastating news that conservative activist Andrew Breitbart passed away, late last night. He was only 43. Andrew was a force of nature, for sure. He was everywhere at once, attended every conservative gathering of […]

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A Matter Of Trust

My post last night that touched on the 10th Amendment provoked some interesting discussions — largely driven by liberal commenter Bruce Henry. Bruce had a lot of interesting things to say, and got me thinking even further on the matter — more specifically, what differentiates what I believe from what Bruce believes.   The fundamental […]

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Veena Malik deserves our prayers

She stands up to a Muslim cleric with emotion and passion and logic and reason… which puts her in grave danger.  Might more Muslims like her raise their voices in…

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