Ben Carson Sharia Law
It’s a subtle distinction for those who understand the connection. Unlike other religions that identify more with the teachings and doctrines rather than the governance within their religions, Sharia and Islam are often very closely tied together. To believe in Sharia law is to be a Muslim. To be a Muslim is to follow Sharia...
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Donald Trump Spoiled
Most people couldn’t handle being a politician. It’s not that the job itself is too hard. In many cases, the actual work is much less than an average American struggling to pay bills and support a family. It’s that the public scrutiny and attacks from the media, opponents, and even friends requires an extremely thick...
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Donald Trump Egomaniac
When something is so clear, it baffles those who see it when others simply do not. Thankfully, there are people who have earned enough respect that their opinions can make a difference and enlighten those who are in the dark. Conservative political philosopher and economist Thomas Sowell is one of those people and he’s trying...
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On Wednesday a judge ruled that the Republicans had a right to challenge the healthcare law’s use of subsidies which they say needed congressional approval.
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In God We Trust Police Car
The fights over religious liberties have been going on since the dawn of the country but in recent months it has hit a fever pitch. A recent and ongoing battle is over the addition of the words “In God We Trust” to the backs of police cars in several law enforcement agencies around the country.
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Dr Ben Carson
Any other year, this would be shocking. This late in the year ahead of a Presidential election, two political outsiders are leading the pack for the Republican party and they’re showing no signs of slowing down now. There’s even a chance that a third outsider might power her way into the mix.
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Yanis Varoufakis
Before the Greek government agreed to their creditors’ demands, there were plans in the works to switch the currency exchange from the euro in a “flick of a button.” The man with his finger on the button, former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, is awaiting treason charges despite claims that his plan was approved by Prime...
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Recession Paradox
There are perceptions will will almost always persist when it comes to the economy, particularly when it’s in as bad of shape as it’s in currently. Are these perceptions accurate? According to recent data, they are not. Click to enlarge.
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