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OPINION: UN ‘No’ Vote Condones Sharia Law

Beyond the violence in Las Vegas, it is a sad time in the United States, particularly for freedom. On Friday the Trump administration joined questionable company when Nikki Haley voted against a UN Human Rights Council resolution condemning the death penalty for gays in countries like Egypt, Yemen and Sudan that have been killing gays for their sexuality. While the resolution was another toothless declaration from the UN, it is a poor side join with nations run by militants and dictators under the rule of Sharia law. Adré du Plessis,…

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NRA Deciding They’re Not Big Trump Fans After Guns Sales Drop 25% Since Beginning of Year

The gun industry and by default the NRA are in turmoil as gun sales have seen a record drop in the first eight months of the Trump administration. After nearly two decades of continuous increases in sales the industry has been taken back by the sudden decreases. Both insiders and analysts predicted a decline and some had argued of a bubble, but most agree that their predictions didn’t forecast reductions of this magnitude – 25% decreases in sales and stock prices dropping as much as 40%. With continued declines predicted,…

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Politics 

GOP Licking its Chops for Impeachment

The line isn’t new. From the evening of the election there have been rumors of impeaching President Trump, but they have been mostly rumors, conspiracy theories from Trump supports or wishful thinking of Democrats. However, now three senior congressional staffers report that Republican leaders have had discussions of articles of impeachment. “They don’t currently have anything strong enough to impeach him right now,” noted one of the staffers, “but they’re betting on either the Russian thing or that Trump will hand them something, and they plan on being ready for it.” Regardless…

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Politics 

Forthcoming Report Promises to Flip GOP on its Head

A study due to be released by a prominent conservative think tank shows views of Republicans are changing; driven by Millennials and Trump supporters. According to a researcher access to the report that requested anonymity because they do not have authority to speak to the press, the survey shows the majority of Republicans are still Pro Life, but by a smaller margin than the previous decade, and more shocking 54% of respondents do not  want Roe v Wade overturned.  Additionally, a similar percentage respondents showed support for access to birth…

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