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Even after the healthcare bill was passed into law, the public option is not going away. In fact, it is on its way, according to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. It’s just a matter of when.

In what may have sounded at times like a replay of a Vietnam War debate, baby-boomer Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) and septuagenarian Ron Paul (R-Texas) fought in vain to derail further funding of the nine-year war in Afghanistan that, together with the war in Iraq, has cost the United States nearly $1 trillion and thousands of lives.

domestic violenceYour tax dollars at work: “The National Institutes of Health spent $314,613 over two years on a study that determined that family violence increases about three times as much on the Fourth of July as it does after the local NFL team suffers an ‘upset’ loss,” reports CNSNews.com.

A July 20 article posted on DailyCaller.com, a neoconservative political commentary website, has put a spotlight on one of the worst-kept secrets in mainstream journalism: liberal media bias.

Apparently, "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" isn't just a policy of the United States military. When it comes to enforcing federal immigration statutes, many cities in the United States have adopted the same attitude toward illegal aliens.

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