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Hey, I will always support the NRA. they strive FOR gun safety classes everywhere in the USA. I had a perfect score on my junior high school NRA gun safety test.

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Why Hillary won, but America lost.

The Mytilenean Dialogue From 428 B. Explains Who Really Won the Trump-Clinton Debate

It takes a village, and lots of foreign money

Will there really be an investigation into Loretta Lynch/B. Clinton, Debbie W. Shultz, and old what's-her-name again?

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Zachary Stinson, USMC, uses his arms to stand for the playing of the National Anthem - Dump A Day

Could the Syrian refugees be a ISIS Trojan Horse? Political Cartoon by A.F.Branco ©2015

le cheval de Troie / Could the Syrian refugees be an ISIS Trojan Horse? Political Cartoon by A.

Political Cartoon.  This political cartoon is creative. The man wearing the uniform of NSA (National Security Agency) are using the lenses of the binoculars which is acting as the "O"s, give it humor and creativity but still a clear message. In occurring news today, Google has taken flight on the NSA for snooping through company data.

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UST IN: Illinois joins Indiana, Louisiana, Arkansas, Michigan, Alabama and Texas in refusing to accept Syrian refugees in wake of ‪#‎ParisAttacks‬ ::  Growing Number of States Refuse to Accept Syrian Refugees in Wake of Paris Attacks | Govs. Rick Snyder of Michigan, Robert Bentley of Alabama, Greg Abbott of Texas, and Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas... || abcNEWS .. [gotoComments]

States Refuse to Accept Syrian Refugees

PHOTO: Migrants and refugees wait in a queue after making the crossing from Turkey to the Greek island of Lesbos on Nov. 2015 in Sikaminias, Greece.