A well written piece that defines evil people.

By on Feb 20, 2018

With the scientific knowledge we have today coupled with multitude of families willing and waiting to adopt infants there is no rational argument that can be made for abortion. To say abortion is not murder is simply a lie so, if you defend and promote abortion you defend and promote murder. To say a fetus is not a human being is a lie so, if you defend abortion with this argument you clearly are quite incapable of rational thought. You are quite capable though of lying to yourself as well as anyone else who will listen. Are these really the type of people you want to listen to? If they are then you are the type of person who wants their stupidity and their sin justified by other men which makes you no better than those you are listening to and perhaps worse. Kamala Harris Destroys Herself on Live TV bypeterheck Sane people are wondering why Kamala is so intent on ensuring we tolerate...

What are the odds? How many bullets to kill 111,000 men in one battle?

By on Feb 20, 2018

Two Bullets These two bullets were found after the Battle of Gallipoli which started in 1915 and ended in 1916 during WWI. The allies consisted of British, French, Australia and New Zealand against a fierce Turkish Army. In the end, the allied side lost 46,000 troops while the Turkish lost 65,000, with the Allies retreating from the battle. The Turks still consider their victory at Gallipoli to be a great, defining moment in the nation’s modern history. Eight years later, the Turkish War of Independence broke out, led by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. Ataturk was a commander at the battle of...

Kill all the babies you want but stay away from the lobsters.

By on Feb 18, 2018

When it comes to liberal madness the Swiss have always fought it out for the top spot and, at least for today, they have secured the grand prize. In a world first, Switzerland deems it illegal to boil a lobster Helena Bachmann, Special to USA TODAY Published 6:02 a.m. ET Feb. 16, 2018 | Updated 12:02 p.m. ET Feb. 17, 2018 GENEVA — When it comes to cooking fresh lobster, the Swiss are now saying: We feel your pain. A law goes into effect March 1 that bans the common cooking method of tossing a live lobster into a big pot of boiling water, quickly killing the tasty crustacean. That practice is being outlawed because the Swiss say it’s cruel and lobsters can sense pain. The first national legislation of its kind in the world calls for a more humane death for lobsters, by “rendering them unconscious” before plunging them into scalding water. Two methods are recommended: Electrocution...

How can those who are so in favor of abortion care that anyone dies?

By on Feb 18, 2018

If indeed these are real people and not Russians or hillary’s or soros’s paid goons (which they may be) then these are some of the sickest people in the U.S. Especially this one – Im glad she died. I feel bad for the others. That’s what he gets! — Shady Jacob Facts (@ShadyJacobFact) February 15, 2018 You really have to wonder how these same people who are so anxious to murder infants can make such a distinction just because someone managed to escape them at birth and made it to their teenage years. Seriously, how can those who are so in favor of abortion care that anyone dies? Please, do not ever tell me liberalism is not a mental disease. “He Has Her Blood On His Hands” – Father Of Florida Shooting Victim Viciously Attacked Online For Supporting Trump Authored by Alex Thomas via SHTFplan.com, Leftist social media users have spent the day viciously...

Record firearms background checks, violent crime at 50 year low, how can that be?

By on Feb 17, 2018

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Minnesota set a record last year for the number of gun background checks the FBI conducted in the state. More people are carrying guns than ever before, but the crime rate remains relatively low. WCCO’s Pat Kessler is looking at the numbers, and giving them a Reality Check. We took a hard look at the numbers, and found: Minnesota has a high rate of gun ownership, and a relatively low rate of violent crime. Minnesota’s violent crime rate hit a 50-year low in 2016, according to the FBI. And in 2017, the state set a new record for firearms background checks. The National Instant Criminal Background Check System reports it processed nearly 683,544 checks on gun buyers in 2017. That includes: 473,975 permits, 94,383 handguns and 125,516 long guns. Minnesota set another 2017 record, too. The State Department of Public Safety reports 283,188 Minnesotans now have...