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“The American people, North and South, went into the [Civil] war as citizens of their respective states, they came out as subjects, and what they thus lost they have never got back.”

~HL Mencken

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Police Make Heartbreaking Discovery Next To White Man Gunned Down By Black Teens

Police Make Heartbreaking Discovery Next To White Man Gunned Down By Black Teens

Author’s personal note: I don’t usually do this, but feel I must. The media is censoring this story. You know why. They made the Michael Brown fraud front page news for months. But they will bury this REAL “Hands up, Don’t Shoot” horror. It is up to you to share this article with everyone you know. We can bypass the media censorship and get the truth out there. Thank you. -BB

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Don’t hold your breath waiting for Obama to condemn this conduct.

Obama and Holder are racists who have consistently backed black v. white, no matter who is right or who is wrong.

~Day

Why I Oppose War With Iran Posted on March 25, 2015 by WashingtonsBlog War with Iran Would Be Disastrous

Why I Oppose War With Iran

War with Iran Would Be Disastrous

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America’s decades-long wars are hurting our national security. A top Pentagon official say we’re no safer – and perhaps less safe – after 13 years of war. Indeed, war only PROMOTED the dramatic expansion of even worse terrorists.
Never-ending wars are also destroying our freedom. The Founding Fathers warned against standing armies, saying that they destroy freedom. (update). Perversely, our government treats anti-war sentiment as terrorism. But peace and international trade is the only way to save our country

Putin’s $5bn race to reach Mars: First look inside vast Siberian base from which Russia hopes to beat the US to the red planet

Putin’s $5bn race to reach Mars: First look inside vast Siberian base from which Russia hopes to beat the US to the red planet

These half-finished buildings on the edge of Siberia may appear to be nothing special at the moment. But if Russian president Vladimir Putin gets his way, ‘Vostochny’, as it will be known, will be just as famous as Cape Canaveral or Baikonur – the U.S. and Soviet launch sites which symbolised the Cold War space race. Once completed, the £3.4billion cosmodrome will stretch across 342.6 square miles – more than twice the size of Birmingham – and eventually boast seven separate launch pads, processing facilities, an airport, rail and motorway links, and a unique state of the art ‘satellite city’ for 25,000 people, where most of Russia’s greatest rocket experts will be sent to live.