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Arm Teachers; Save Students

June 1, 2018 Staff 2

After 10 years of success, one Texas school superintendent stands firmly in support of his armed-staff model to protect pupils. While the media and other school professionals contacted him previously, he’s surprised to have not […]

Perennial Spring Vegetable Can Boost Your Health

June 1, 2018 Staff 0

Eat your vegetables! Not only does asparagus contribute valuable nutrients important for our everyday health, but research has shown asparagus may actually be effective in fighting lung cancer. By John Tiffany Asparagus is a perennial […]

Watergate Mysteries Remain 45 Years Later

May 31, 2018 Staff 0

Some researchers believe John Dean and his wife hold the key to the real reasons for the 1972 Watergate break-in.  By S.T. Patrick Forty-five years after the two Watergate break-ins of June 1972, researchers are […]

Censorship Plague Infects America

May 30, 2018 Staff 1

Many are surprised to learn the true carriers of the exploding censorship plague is “Zionists hiding behind the banner of the neo-Bolshevik antifa movement.” By Dr. Kevin Barrett Albert Camus’s 1947 novel used The Plague […]

Feds Betray America’s Vets Yet Again

May 29, 2018 Staff 0

An Air Force veteran is fighting the VA for reimbursement of his unpaid emergency room bills, denied due to a “coding error.” Fortunately for the estimated 98,000 other vets who’ve also been denied benefits, he’s […]

Lebanon Threatened With Genocide

May 27, 2018 Staff 0

Hezbollah has become a major power broker in Lebanon, explains Richard Walker, after winning big in the recent election—prompting immediate threats of genocide by an Israeli politician called “more dangerous than Hezbollah.” By Richard Walker […]

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