One can only imagine what Sen. Elizabeth Warren was thinking when she announced with great fanfare that she was 1/1024th Cherokee, but her high hopes were quickly dashed.  As, very likely, was her shot at the 2020 presidential nomination.

It’s said that the American public has a short memory, but it’s highly unlikely that people are going to forget the jokes and cartoons that have greeted her grand announcement.

Among the outpouring of well-deserved ridicule, we had the line delivered by Ben Shapiro that “Today we learned from the media that having a great-great-great-great grandparent who was a Native American makes you an Indian, but two X chromosomes doesn’t make you a female.”

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“Conspiracy theory is the ultimate refuge of the apathetic. If you cannot change your own country, it must be that some greater force controls the world and there is nothing that you can do about it. This is exactly what conspirators would have you believe. The truth of the matter is, you do not want to make the effort to deal with it." 

As we all know, the big tech companies are crossing major constitutional lines when it come to the censoring of Christian conservative and patriotic websites. As if to suggest that they can lawfully shutdown lawful speech because it is an offense to their subversive positions, they cannot.

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Read this once, pause for a minute or two to think honestly about it, then read it again.  I can find no fault with it...

The views this mother has about Donald Trump are much like many other people.  Her characterization of Trump as the "Salty Sailor" or as “The Fireman” paint an excellent picture!! She has written many great books about her son and family.This is a Comment from KAREN VAUGHN, Mother of Aaron Vaughn, Navy Seal.

Sometimes God uses the no-nonsense, salty sailor to get the job done.  Appreciating what the man is doing doesn't mean we worship the salty sailor or even desire to be like the salty sailor.  It doesn't even mean God admires the salty sailor.  Maybe He just knows he's necessary for such a time as this.

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Looking at the push and pull, the hate, the graft, the lack of statesmanship and the overabundance of politicking as essentially one man battles for a return to sanity in Washington, I cannot help being drawn back in memory to times that now seem forever ago. I am sickened by what I find and by the guilt that keeps telling me I should have been a better watchman on the wall several decades ago. I know I saw some things going on that disturbed me and I should have searched a little deeper into the cause and effect, the whys and the wherefores. But what could I have done if I found them? I was just a tiny speck merged into planning that had its origin years, if not centuries, ago. I’m sure I discussed some of what I was thinking with one or two friends who had some of the same ideas, and I’m sure I wrote to a Congressman or two. I was doing my civic duty. Back then I even had the idea that Congressmen read their letters.

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British Prime Minister Theresa May is promoting foreign aid to Africa. Her so called "aid" is laced with abortion and chemical/artificial device laden death care. Chelsea Clinton is touting this same eugenic/genocidal death care agenda as an economic boon. Not to be left behind in advertising death care, Oprah Winfrey is telling women to "Shout Your Abortion!" What is the world coming to?

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First, #PrisonSeparatesFamilies. #BringOurDadsHome.

Angela Stanton and I just returned from speaking at a prison ministry service in Mississippi to about 200 men. Almost every man in the room was a father, grandfather and some were great-grandfathers. It was such a blessing to be able to bring hope to the lives of those that in a place that presumably doesn't often offer much hope.

Second, #AbortionSeparatesFamilies. #LetOurChildrenLive.

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For many obsessed with politics, the upcoming midterm elections are perceived as a fight between good and evil that will determine the fate of the nation. In the narrative framed by true believers and much media coverage, it's a fight between those who are convinced that President Donald Trump can make America great and those who dream of a socialist future.

Fifty-four percent of Americans don't fit into that narrative. Just 27 percent strongly disapprove of the president and believe things would have been better if Hillary Clinton had been elected. On the other side, 19 percent strongly approve of the president and believe things would be worse if Hillary Clinton were living in the White House today. The rest have more mixed views.

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