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By Dr. Glidden,

Leonard Nimoy, beloved Mr. Spock of Star Trek fame, died today at 83 of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, or COPD.  Dr. Glidden, who affectionately imitates him in his videos, is particularly distressed by Mr. Spock's untimely and unnecessary death.  Dr. Glidden assures us that he undoubtedly had the very best doctors money could buy, and yet those MDs had no clue what causes this disease nor how to cure it!  6.8 million people die of COPD every year, and there has been little improvement in these numbers for decades.  Yet, in the naturopathic world of medicine, COPD is an easy condition to tre...... read more
By Bradlee Dean, Sons Of Liberty

"A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on." -Winston Churchill

In 1917, Congressman Oscar Callaway entered some disturbing information into the congressional record.

J.P. Morgan, a banker and a steel tycoon (February 29, 1929 Time's man of the year), hired 12 high-ranking newspapers and asked them to determine America's mo...... read more
By: Jim Brown, Jim Brown's Common Sense 

I guess the good Lord has to put up with politicians.  Nary a week goes by when some governor or other political type is holding a prayer rally and declaring that the ills of the nation can be cured by America being "born again" through embracing a Christian evangelical fervor.  So the question is, do the Gospels need politicians?

Texas Governor Rick Perry seized the mantel of political-religious activism last month when he co-sponsored a prayer rally in Houston that reportedly attracted some 30 thousand fundamentalist Chris...... read more
By Bradlee Dean, Sons Of Liberty

"He died because someone wanted to kill him."-Taya Kyle

Chris Kyle, "The American sniper," was quite an American in so many ways.  He was known to his Navy SEAL brethren as "The Legend" and to his enemies as Al Shaitan, the "Devil."

The Navy had confirmed 160 kills to Kyle's credit.  However, both he and his comrades counted double that number. Because of...... read more
by Nick Wing,
For the larger part of the 20th century, housing discrimination in the United States was overt and unambiguous. Racial segregation was largely the norm, and those who worked to preserve it were under little obligation, legal or social, to hide their intentions. At least it was easy to spot.

Help came in 1968 with the federal Fair Housing Act, which prohibited racial discrimination in the sale, rental and financing of homes. The law explicitly bar...... read more