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The problem with this article is that it mostly isn't true. I think this is the real story. "Bundy Ranch - What you're not being told". Sen. Harry Reid, in conjunction with his former aide, who now heads the BLM, and Reid's son Rory Reid, who has been working for a Chinese energy company ENN needs the land the Bundy family has been working for 140 years so they can build a wind and solar farm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFiosLqjoQQ
An article that seems to expose the author's lack of information about both illegal immigration and Common Core. They are both disasters for America. Claiming that someone who enters America illegally didn't break the law is nonsense regardless of the motivation for the act. Entering the U.S. illegally is a crime...period. "Entering the United States without being inspected and admitted, i.e., illegal entry, is a misdemeanor or can be a felony, depending on the circumstances. 8 U.S.C. § 1325"
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Arizona Loses a Great Sheriff

CaliRay Wrote: Apr 09, 2014 4:17 PM
Accident or assassination? The good sheriff wasn't well liked by drug and people smugglers and any number of illegal immigration supporters on the left. While reading that the Vince Foster case came to mind. Cynical, conspiracy theory? Yep.
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Uninstall Firefox

CaliRay Wrote: Apr 08, 2014 6:20 PM
Dennis Prager is exactly right on this issue. I have used Firefox almost since it's debut. I like it, was used to to it and used several of it's great extensions but it took me less than five minutes to remove it from my computer. I can see no reason for anyone who values the First Amendment to continue using Firefox and encourage everyone of like mind to remove it. A drop is usage will lead to a drop in advertising revenue for Mozilla. That's about the only way the average person has of effecting a change on the actions of Mozilla. That and boycotting any of their sponsors and advertisers.
I have used Firefox for many years and they have some very good extensions to help productivity. Regardless, I uninstalled it, sent Mozilla an email for doing so and posted on Facebook encouraging others of like mind to do the same. Done in 15 minutes and I hope my small gesture is picked up by millions more who will do the same. Companies understand the bottom line better than any other argument you can make. If millions of people stopped using Firefox and advertising revenues suffer that's all good and well deserved of such a bigoted company.
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How Hobby Lobby Will Hurt Conservatives

CaliRay Wrote: Mar 27, 2014 9:33 AM
The basic premise of this article is based on misdirection. Hobby Lobby is not arguing against providing birth control. Hobby Lobby's argument "... is the HHS mandate under Obamacare which compels them to provide the kinds of contraceptives that may induce abortions, thus ending human life." Maybe this nuance is lost on the author as every article or comment I've read from the left tries to make the same argument, hoping or maybe knowing, that low information readers will not discern the difference.
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Study: The New 2016 GOP Frontrunner?

CaliRay Wrote: Mar 20, 2014 11:37 AM
Just as America doesn't need another Clinton as President, we don't need another "moderate" Republican as the nominee. Anyone remember how well moderates John McCain or Mitt Romney did against Obama and his attack dog campaigns? If you're going to throw the Republican chances to gain the White House in 2016 at least do it with someone who has principles and cares for the fate of America. Have you seen Jeb Bush's recent endorsement of accepting Common Core? That's all anyone should need to know to be against him for President. Common Core is at the center of the liberal/progressive plans to further the dumbing down of our youth. http://www.dallasblog.com/201403191010153/dallas-blog/jeb-bush-endorses-common-core-education.html
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Facts and Factions

CaliRay Wrote: Mar 19, 2014 7:39 AM
A report produced by the Wall Street Journal provides a long list of what are termed "McConnell’s terrible votes" in a PDF that I could not open online but was able to download and read. Link to PDF http://online.wsj.com/public/resources/documents/TeaPartyMcConnell.pdf Here are a few of those YEA and NAY votes. You decide... The Banker Bailout Bill of 2008, YEA No Child Left Behind, YEA Patriot Act Extension, YEA Federal Reserve Audit, NAY In every case where the issue was about preserving Constitutional rights of citizens and providing for a more open government Mitch McConnell voted against the citizen and for more government control.
Another article extolling the virtues of total surrender. Politically speaking, Democrats face, in the Republican party, a single enemy in their drive to destroy America. To a large degree, conservatives have at least three enemies in the fight to restore America to it's constitutional governing principles. Those enemies are 1) the Democrat party 2) the majority of print and electronic media 3) the Republican party leadership. This article seems to be promoting abandonment of principles in order to win. How is that different from what the Democrats do. Perhaps Mr. Hunter is suggesting that in order to win conservatives must be willing to prostitute themselves just as the Democrats do.
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The Lesson of Dunkirk

CaliRay Wrote: Feb 21, 2014 7:46 AM
There's a big difference between a tactical withdrawal and total capitulation. Compare the principled stance of Sen. Cruz with the full retreat of Rep. John Boehner and Sen. Mitch McConnell. This, at least for me, is where Dr. Sowell has failed in his analysis. Boehner and McConnell did not orchestrate surrender so Republicans could live to fight another day for the principles of constitutional small government. They surrendered because they are fully on board with the goals of Democrats to destroy America. Sen. Cruz does not deserve these attacks for trying to stand up to a Republican leadership that has so obviously abandoned those who care about the Constitution and America's future.
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