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Thanksgiving, Shopping and Terrorists

Well, tomorrow’s the big day – Thanksgiving.  A day to be with family and loved ones.  A day to eat too much, watch football, maybe in some families argue about politics.  But most importantly it’s a day to thank Our Lord for the blessings we have, especially in America, the greatest nation in the history of mankind.

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President Obama’s Response to the Paris Attack is Embarrassing

President Obama’s reaction to the recent terrorist attack in France is, well it’s embarrassing. It could have been us. And probably will be in the not too distant future, if President Obama is chiefly responsible for keeping us safe.

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Earlier in the day on which the Paris attack took place, our Fearless Leader claimed that ISIS was “contained”.

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The Demonization of Ben Carson

First, full disclosure.  I’ve never tried to stab a friend, or a relative, or anyone else for that matter with a knife.  And I’ve definitely never tried to strike my mother with a hammer.

Although I did run away from home when I was about 7 or 8 years old, because I’d gotten into trouble for one thing or another, gotten yelled at, and figured I’d show them and leave.  My plan was to live off the land with my bow and arrow, shoot squirrels and stuff (we lived in Price Hill at the time) and I’d be just fine on my own.  I made it for about two hours.  Then it started getting dark, and I started getting hungry (the squirrels were just fine), so I went home with my head hanging low.  I don’t think anyone in my family had noticed I was gone, and nobody ever mentioned it again.

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Have We Lost the Country?

We’re one year out from the next presidential election.  I thought it might be a good time to take stock in where we are – right now – as a nation.  And unfortunately, I don’t like a lot of what I see.

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