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Why did you do that Karen!?

Submitted 3 years ago by ActRight Community

One of my favorite scenes from Goodfellas.
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(Reuters) - Florida-CAIR plans to sue the FBI in the death of Ibragim Todashev, a friend of one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.
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#3
Levin: 'We Are Not a Nation of Immigrants, We are a Nation of Citizens'
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This talk became Chapter 3 of Lewis' book 'Mere Christianity' and was called 'The Reality of the [universal] Moral Law'. You can find this great reading of M...
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Cruz unveils ObamaCare alternative

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Republicans are looking to show they have a plan ahead of a Supreme Court ruling.
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Hillary Clinton isn't known for being funny, at least not intentionally. But this one's pretty good. As Alex Griswold reports, Hillary may have indulged in a bit of self-deprecating humor while flo
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I’m a not particularly religious Jewish libertarian, which means — if you wouldn’t have guessed — that I don’t have a moral objection to, nor a public policy framework for, homosexuality.But the reaction by many others who aren’t social issues conservatives to Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act — modeled on a federal law sponsored by liberal Democrat Chuck Schumer (NY), passed 97-3 in the Senate in 1993, and then signed by President Bill Clinton (while Democrats still had majorities in both houses of Congress) — borders on the insane.The NCAA wondered how the new law would negatively impact the upcoming Men’s Final Four in Indianapolis. The obvious answer: it won’t.Openly gay actor George Takei (of Lieutenant Sulu fame from the original Star Trek series) is “demanding that socially responsible companies withdraw their business, conferences and support” from Indiana.Liberal bloggers, in a typical mindless reaction, are calling for boycotts of products made in Indiana.
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On this day, 150 years ago, Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union General Ulysses S. Grant at the Appomattox, Virginia Courthouse. This event essentially ended the Civil War, the bloodiest conflict in American history, which claimed the lives of over 600,000 soldiers.
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ISIS killer Jihadi John and American journalist James Foley British ISIS supporters raised $27,000 to defend ISIS jihadist Jihadi John from harassment at the hands of the British government. The Examiner reported, via Religion of Peace: Few in the Western…
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#10
The official newspaper of the University of California Irvine (UCI), New University, has confirmed reporting by Breitbart News last weekend that a vote by the Associated Students (ASUCI) to remove the American flag from the lobby of their building was to avoid
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#11
The clip shows armed troops arresting role players on the street before a column of prisoners are marched towards a mock internment facility. Black Hawk chop...
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CBS News 60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan is back in the hospital in Washington, D.C., due to years-long complications stemming from the brutal sexual assault she endured in Egypt while covering the Arab Spring in early 2011, several sources close to her—including one family friend who went on the record—confirmed to Breitbart News on Monday evening.
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An MIT professor of meteorology is dismissing global-warming alarmists as a discredited “cult” whose members are becoming more hysterical as emerging evidence continues to contradict their beliefs.
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Billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has stood firmly against net neutrality, and presented a surgical takedown of the proposal on The Glenn Beck Program Tuesday. "What it comes down to is, the net has worked," Cuban said. "We're not in an industry where the technology has become...
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English students at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater campus have been offered extra credit for protesting Gov. Scott Walker’s (R) recent budget proposal, which includes cuts to the UW system.
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The older brother of actress Mindy Kaling has revealed after struggling to pursue his dream of becoming a doctor, he was finally accepted into medical school after he lied about his race to appear black during the admissions process.
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#17
Donald Trump is in it to win it, at least according to nationally syndicated Iowa-based conservative radio host Steve Deace.
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#18
Huw Thomas, a Labour candidate in Wales, is facing calls to resign after it emerges that he wrote a blog post saying he was 'completely sickened' by England flags
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#19
The vast majority of Americans oppose the use of federal tax dollars for abortion.
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#20
Ann Coulter opined that Hillary Clinton is "just really dumb"
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#21
Maine finally took a bold step forward in welfare reform and it’s paying huge dividends. Last year Maine passed a measure that would require recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Prog...
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#22
WE MUST TAKE AMERICA BACK by Steve Vaus http://www.SteveVaus.com
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#23
Norway recently made the controversial decision to deport a large amount of Muslims with ties to radical groups. Despite all the liberals in Norway deeming this “racist”, the logical party went ahead with it and the result almost shut down
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#24
"Although a lot of us have similar views as he does, we feel like it’s a giant middle finger to us."
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#25

The Triumph of Cultural Marxism

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The anti-communist Brazilian writer and philosopher Olavo de Carvalho describes the advance of the world communist movement and what the free world, includin...
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