How Radical Islam is Invading America One City at a TimePart IIWritten by Thomas Heike - Member Contributorwww.deplorablesspeak.com In part one of this four part series, I wrote about the way that Sharia Law was creeping into the United States thro…
"You are correct in some respects. I think that President Trump has the right idea. If it gets the entire wall funded and built then I am all for allowing the DACA participants to be allowed a path to citizenship. After all, they did not come here of…"
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"The Omnibus was invented by the Republicans. It was meant as a method of allowing for funding to be moved within the DOD and used for black ops projects and things such as the Area 51 research facility. The first real use of the Omnibus was actually…"
Voting Twice in RussiaReuters photographers recorded 17 people voting in more than one polling place in thetown of Ust-Djeguta in southern Russia. According to the report, “many appeared to bestate employees, and some showed up in groups and in mini…
Should we as a Nation Allow Combat Zone Convictions?
In combat, we can bomb and kill people, even in their sleep. We don’t convict pilots who drop a bomb on the wrong house, and we shouldn’t. Yet if you come face to face with an insurgent, with one individual, and you’re making a split-second decision, you can be prosecuted for murder. - Scott Behenna, whose son was convicted of a combat-zone crime When Michael Behenna told his parents he wanted to enlist in the Army after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, they were proud. Worried, too. The Behennas themselves were devoted to careers in public service. Scott Behenna was an FBI intelligence analyst and retired Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation special agent. Vicki Behenna prosecuted Timothy McVeigh for the lethal Oklahoma City bombing. But as parents they were fearful that if he were deployed to a battlefield, Michael, the eldest of their three sons, could be maimed or killed. Instead, First Lt. Michael Behenna returned from Iraq in 2008 with a murder charge. He was found guilty…
In combat, we can bomb and kill people, even in their sleep. We don’t convict pilots who drop a bomb on the wrong house, and we shouldn’t. Yet if you come face to face with an insurgent, with one individual, and you’re making a split-second decision…
"The best part about this is that this happened right here in my back yard and Maryland has the most restrictive gun laws in the nation with the exception of Washington D.C. itself. This kid took a handgun and went to kill his rival and former girlfr…"
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