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Gay Marriage Meets Sympathy, Skepticism at Supreme Court - By TIERNEY SNEED April 28, 2015 | 4:58 p.m. EDT

Attorneys for both sides get tough questions in a case that could make same-sex marriage a constitutional right.

After decades of activism and votes in statehouses and polling places around the country, a decision about whether gay marriage will become legal in the United States appeared on Tuesday to fall to one man. 1,047 more words


Japan Ruling Party Gears up to Revise Pacifist Constitution

TOKYO — May 1, 2015, 4:28 AM ET

By MARI YAMAGUCHI Associated Press

Japan’s conservative ruling party is gearing up for a new push to achieve its long-sought goal of revising the country’s U.S.-drafted post-World War II constitution. 203 more words

Dick Morris claims the Trans-Pacific Partnership includes 'unrestricted immigration'

 Barack Obama is trying to fast-track the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal through the Congress, calling for a vote this year. While the President has some allies within the Republican party he has met resistance from an unlikely source– 438 more words


Grow The F*ck Up: The Valdosta Flag Scuffle Shuffle

It’s been a really long time since I added to this particular series of articles. In case you have forgotten my previous articles, please check out  566 more words


Remember to KISS Daily!

Mark Twain once said, “I didn’t have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead.” Frank Betcher declares that the # 1 reason salespeople lose business is over talking; Ron, a personal acquaintance of mine and a successful national sales trainer emphatically teaches the skill set of summarizing a prospect/client’s comments in ten words or less; and the famous Abraham Lincoln moved the world with his brief to-the-point speeches and arguments. 405 more words

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Misrepresenting The John Birch Society

by JBS President John F. McManus

The organization known as Convention of States (COS) wants a constitutional convention although its advocates claim that they want only a limited Convention of the States. 1,199 more words

Constitutional Convention

Inerrant Scripture Changing

So many people believe that religion cannot change – most especially the sacred scripture of their religion. To use Christianity as an example, the words of the Bible do not change and therefor our understanding of it is timeless – all that needs to be done is to read its words plain and simply. 3,213 more words