#239001
Recent trends have convinced Americans there's a war on police.
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#239002

iSideWith.com

Submitted 5 years ago by ActRight Community

iSideWith shows which political parties, candidates, and ballot initiatives you should vote for based on your stances to the most important political issues of 2016.
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#239003
President Barack Obama namedropped Tom Brady at a Labor Day event in Boston to stress the importance of unions. But the president did so after crossing the picket lines of non-striking workers of two important public-employee unions protesting his event at the Park Plaza Hotel near Boston Common.
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#239004
The Democrat Party is run by idiots who would struggle with managing a childs lemonade stand.
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#239005
Republicans can find solace in the history the 1976 election, when approximately 17 Democrats, most current and former elected officials, competed to succeed President Gerald Ford.
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#239006
It remains to be seen whether they can force the hand of leadership.
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#239007
Dr. Ben Carson sat down for a one-on-one interview with Breitbart News.
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#239008
Carly Fiorina believes John Boehner and Mitch McConnell should be removed from their positions if they don't produce results quickly.
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#239009

Of Course They’re Fed Up

Submitted 5 years ago by ActRight Community

Two weekends ago, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City held its annual monetary conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The left flew in hundreds of protesters donning green T-shirts that demanded “Higher Wages for America” and chanting, “We’re Fed Up.” The crowd was an assortment of college kids on their summer break, disgruntled middle-aged teachers, senior citizens, and blue-collar union members. Think Occupy Wall Street.
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#239010
Sen. Ted Cruz is heading to Kentucky Tuesday to visit Kim Davis, whose case has become a lightning rod in the Republican presidential primary.
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#239011
Donald Trump surges in the polls, moving his message forward via Twitter, the ultimate non-partisan tool that shows big media just doesn't matter anymore
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#239012
LINKS Original Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuJR3zRLI00 Honorable Mentions: Bane666au: https://www.youtube.com/user/bane666au AlphaOmegaSin: https:...
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#239013
An Illinois lesbian (and folks, isn’t that the best kind?) who sued a sperm bank for giving her a black man’s sperm, causing a black baby, had her lawsuit thrown out. As Brian Anderson wrote last y...
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#239014
Hillary Clinton said Monday she does not need to apologize for using a private email account and server while at the State Department because what I did was allowed.
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#239015
On Monday Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu criticized the “ridiculously small” share of foreign refugees Europe was accepting, calling the ...
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#239016
There is something new in the air this election cycle. It’s not ...
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#239017
‘One of my principal jobs as your president will be to defend the right to organize and bargain collectively on behalf of hard working Americans’
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#239018
Conservatives in the church hierarchy are challenging the direction of a headline-making, liberal pope.
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#239019
On Saturday's edition of CNN's "Smerconish," host Michael Smerconish opened the program by posing a question about jailed Kentucky clerk Kim Davis that compared her to the Taliban. With Davis' mug shot taking up the entire CNN screen, Smerconish asked, "Is this woman in jail because she was denied her...
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#239020
Surging presidential candidate Carly Fiorina is taking aim at GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.
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#239021
Lawyer: Islamophobic co-worker complaint led to suspension of ExpressJet flight attendant.
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#239022
Peaceful Protests— Two New Black Panthers members were indicted in April on charges they were planning to bomb public buildings ...
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#239023
Every time the State Department pulls out a new fistful of Hillary Clinton emails like Richard Dreyfuss yanking a license plate out of a shark's belly in "Jaws," someone declares that there's "no smoking gun!"
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#239024
Former mayor Rudy Giuliani penned an op-ed in the New York Post, fiercely criticizing the policies that he believes have led to the homeless crisis.'We had a strategy that worked. Why was it abandoned?'asks Giuliani. Good question, your honor:The so-called “progressive” view, that people have a right to live on the sidewalk, is not only legally devoid of any merit but is inhumane, indecent and dangerous. As is the case in many other policies — redistribution of wealth, social engineering, weak national defense — it’s a contradiction to describe this stance as progressive. It should properly be regarded as retrogressive.People living on the street, urinating and defecating there, marked the Dark Ages of Western civilization. In a humane, decent and civilized city, the problems of the homeless are dealt with through intervention rather than denial.My analysis of social policy always begins with how I would treat my child, sister, brother or friend if they fell on hard times. Suppose I found someone I loved living on the streets. What would I do? Let him remain there because he wants to and claims some fictitious legal right to do so? Or would I find out what was wrong and intervene, even if a bit of tough love was necessary?The plan we followed was simple and effective. We didn’t need a task force to devise it, and it should be utilized now by New York City before we become a homeless haven like we used to be.The police should approach every person attempting to sleep on the sidewalk and tell them they are not allowed to use the streets as a bedroom and toilet. If he only needs a place to stay, that can be provided. If he needs a job, the city should help him find one as my New York City Job Agency did, or if private work can’t be found, he can be required to work for the city for the legal limit of 20 hours a week.This will instill or maintain a work ethic — easily lost if you get something for nothing. It will also teach and reinforce that you must contribute to earn money.If the problems are more severe, then referrals can be made to alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs and for mental evaluation to determine if therapy and medication can be helpful.In addition to homelessness, the city has regressed back to the '70s as topless panhandlers clog Times Square, public urination and defecation is rampant, the murder rate is on the rise, and a new scourge -- synthetic marijuana -- is turning many New Yorkers into 'zombies':It was early afternoon when the man with the twitching legs was dragged from the ground into an ambulance. Another man selling books washed away the vomit.A man named Charlie Medina sat at the same spot a few days later, unable to remember his name before he fell into a trance with his jaw open and his eyes dilated.And the lovers. They were unable to find a room. One pulled off the other’s shirt and her bra, then started to kiss her bruised breasts while a small crowd gathered to watch.The people here on this stretch of 125th Street in East Harlem may change, but the drug remains the same: K2, also called synthetic marijuana, a potent mix of herbs and chemicals that has become widely used among homeless people in New York City.A joint of K2 goes for a dollar or two, far cheaper than food. Many bodegas on 125th Street sell it. A marijuana joint, by comparison, costs about $5. Crowds of up to 80 or 100 homeless people come in on buses from a nearby shelter on Randalls Island, drawn by heroin recovery clinics nearby, and spend the day there under the influence of this cheaper narcotic. The block between Park and Lexington Avenues appears at times to be a street of zombies.Can you really blame Mayor de Blasio? The radical leftist has put his stamp on all aspects of city life, especially changing the 'broken windows' policing strategy that  Guiliani alluded to. The contrast between what Giuliani believes and what de Blasio believes is striking and simple: Rudy believes in freedom with responsibility. De Blasio believes in freedom without responsibility.It is that difference that is making life miserable for New Yorkers.
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#239025

Wouldn't warlords take over?

Submitted 5 years ago by ActRight Community

Robert P. Murphy explains in this incredible lecture excerpted from: The Market For Security, delivered in 2011 at Auburn, LvMI. Wouldn't warlords take over?...
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