Opinion

The Dark Side of Diversity

The Dark Side of Diversity

on April 26, 2013, 11:03 AM / in Opinion

“I do not know the method of drawing up an indictment against a whole people,” said Edmund Burke of the rebellious Americans. The same holds true of Islam, the majority faith of 49 nations from Morocco to Indonesia, a religion that 1.6 billion people profess. Yet, some assertions appear true. Islam is growing in militancy and intolerance, evolving again into […]

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I Saw Something, So I’m Saying Something

I Saw Something, So I’m Saying Something

on April 25, 2013, 7:12 AM / in National News, Opinion

by Stella Paul Are you fed up with the antiseptic slogan, “If you see something, say something?” The authorities expect us to report suspicious backpacks, but stay silent as the tomb about the nature of the men who put them there. We’re instructed to speak up about a bloodied man’s movement under a boat tarp, but to shut up about […]

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The Ugly Side of HSUS

The Ugly Side of HSUS

on April 25, 2013, 7:05 AM / in Opinion, State News

From the Post TN Pet Law News Original Post Things start to get ugly when the Humane Society of the United States doesn’t get its way. The organization, which had net assets of nearly $200 million in 2010, is in the process of trying to browbeat Tennessee and its governor into vetoing a piece of legislation that was passed by […]

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The Choices of the Masses For Which We All Suffer

The Choices of the Masses For Which We All Suffer

on April 25, 2013, 6:31 AM / in Opinion

What can I say….. I have watched men die at the whelm of governments while those at home dine out separating ourselves via a glass tube from their pain. All the while our benevolent government watches over us like nannies shielding us until it is too late and we and our freedoms pass like sand through the palm of our hands. We […]

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What’s Bad About a House-to-House Search?

What’s Bad About a House-to-House Search?

on April 24, 2013, 7:56 AM / in National News, Opinion

by Michael S. Rozeff Unless the search passes certain legal criteria, it is illegal. The search in Boston set a precedent, which means that such searches can be generalized to other places in America and to other situations, unless whoever authorized the Boston search is reprimanded and sanctioned for having ordered it. That seems to be Governor Deval Patrick, at a […]

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USA should drive gun grabbers into oblivion, says gun law expert

USA should drive gun grabbers into oblivion, says gun law expert

on April 24, 2013, 7:43 AM / in News, Opinion

By: Jim Kouri American gun owners should resolve to drive gun grabbers into social and political oblivion,” one of America’s top gun law experts said in his Arlington, Va., office on Tuesday. John Snyder, the former editor of Shotgun News, said that “gun owners and gun owner groups should develop, promote and implement an attack strategy against gun grabbing [sic] […]

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Why is HSUS against Bills that Fight Animal Cruelty?

on April 24, 2013, 7:37 AM / in Opinion

Original Post More and more states are considering proposals that would require reporting of animal cruelty that is videotaped or otherwise documented to law enforcement within 48 hours. The idea is to stop animal cruelty faster, yet the Humane Society of the United States and other vegan animal liberation groups are hysterical, running around and acting as if the sky […]

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Liberty Versus Security

Liberty Versus Security

on April 23, 2013, 8:42 PM / in National News, Opinion

The Boston Marathon bombing has revealed exactly the type of constitutional usurpations that one would expect when the government deems itself in sole control of security. As Benjamin Franklin is credited with saying, “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.” To some, that may sound a bit harsh. After […]

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My Beef with Carrie Underwood

My Beef with Carrie Underwood

on April 23, 2013, 12:58 PM / in Opinion, State News

Posted by Malorie I simply can’t take it anymore. Just like the next girl raised in rural America, I’m a fan of country music. In fact, it was probably safe to say back in her early days, I was Carrie Underwood’s biggest fan. I had traveled to two of her concerts, made a personalized I <3 Carrie Underwood T-shirt, traveled […]

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Obama Wants To Sell TN Valley Power Authority

on April 23, 2013, 12:45 PM / in National News, Opinion

Obama just cannot stand the fact the TN has one of the cheapest sources of energy in the US.  He is determined to destroy it.  For those of you that have lived in TN all your life let me give you a glimpse of energy costs in the North.  I have a brand new, small home in Philadelphia, PA (1000 […]

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Cautious Pessimism

Cautious Pessimism

on April 23, 2013, 12:32 PM / in National News, News, Opinion

By Charlie Daniels Original Post When you consider the amount of countries that have been rocked by terrorism in the last several decades and how little has been done about it on a bilateral basis, it really brings home the pitiful amount of cohesion that exists among the nations of the world, even on a problem as serious and destructive […]

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Did the Brothers Tsarnaev Fail?

Did the Brothers Tsarnaev Fail?

on April 23, 2013, 9:48 AM / in National News, Opinion

“Whatever they thought they could ultimately achieve, they’ve already failed,” says President Obama of the Boston Marathon bombers. “They failed because the people of Boston refused to be intimidated. They failed because as Americans we refuse to be terrorized.” Bostonians did react splendidly. From first responders to folks who gave blood, from hospital staffs to the FBI, ATF and state […]

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Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

on April 23, 2013, 8:51 AM / in News, Opinion

I am sure that the Tennessee Gas Association felt a little overwhelmed yesterday at the fourth annual West Tennessee Renewable Energy luncheon considering that the majority of the time was spent publishing kudos on renewable energy. “Jackson City Councilman Ernest Brooks II said about 80 participants attended. Brooks, who also serves as the legal affairs director for TREEDC, presented a […]

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Some Thoughts on Democracy

Some Thoughts on Democracy

on April 22, 2013, 6:12 AM / in Opinion

Several years ago, on WNWS, (The George B. Show, guest hosted by Harrell (Harold) Carter) I listened to a legal educator, promoting his position and book that this country is a democracy and should be reflected as such in it’s voting representation. I wished I could remember his name so I could black list his book and make sure it […]

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How Much More

How Much More

on April 22, 2013, 5:54 AM / in Opinion

Fourth grade was the first year of school when two teachers, not one, taught us during the school day at the elementary school I attended. Mrs. Piper was my favorite of the two, a woman who was attractive in a Victorian, matronly kind of way. Mrs. Jackson I didn’t like as much, but that was more an indictment of me […]

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QUEERING OF THE BOY SCOUTS

QUEERING OF THE BOY SCOUTS

on April 21, 2013, 12:25 PM / in Opinion

By: Devvy Original Post NewsWithViews.com While sexual deviants in this country are a tiny number ( 3.4%), sodomites and lesbians continue their destruction across this country all in the name of “equality.” They have been supported by the disgraced “mainstream” media as well as cable networks: Fox News Helps Fund The Homosexual Agenda Sexual deviants have been given a big […]

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Gun Free Zone

Gun Free Zone

on April 21, 2013, 7:03 AM / in Opinion
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Once More Free Enterprise Dies at the Hand of the State

Once More Free Enterprise Dies at the Hand of the State

on April 20, 2013, 8:32 AM / in Local News, News, Opinion

In a recent article via The Jackson Sun, the County Commission decided that the integration of two county bodies was more appropriate than any biding process or even the better course of letting their own employees chose the manner that they select due to proximity, equipment, or a manner of other personal reasons when it comes to health issues. Instead […]

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A Reprint – The Cost of Illegals

on April 19, 2013, 8:08 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

A Reprint of an article from 3years ago…. a reminder of loss. The following focuses on Texas and the ILLEGALS in Texas colleges – roughly 1% of the students. Multiply this by 50 ( or 57 if you are an Obamanite) and get an idea of the COST of ILLEGALS just in the State Colleges. Now add to that the […]

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Today Is Tax Freedom Day, Except …

Today Is Tax Freedom Day, Except …

on April 19, 2013, 7:44 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

Written by  Bob Adelmann According to the Tax Foundation, “Tax Freedom Day” — the day when the nation as a whole has earned enough money to pay all of its taxes for the year — arrived this year on Thursday, April 18, five days later than last year. The math is simple: The foundation adds up all the taxes Americans pay […]

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