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Ted Cruz Drop Out

After a devastating loss in Indiana, Ted Cruz wasted no time in putting an end to his Presidential campaign. He’ll now return to DC to continue as the junior Senator for Texas. Donald Trump is almost certain to be the nominee even though John Kasich continues to persist… for some
National Debt Entitlements

Donald Trump loves entitlements. Let that sink in for a moment. To the informed Republican voter, this is as offensive as saying that he hates free trade (which he does) or that he embraces liberal “common sense” gun laws (which is currently unclear). The the majority of voters, Republican or
Bald Eagle

At a time like this in American history, the last thing we need is for the President to be doing things that can have a negative affect on patriotism and a grasp of our proud past. That’s exactly what President Obama appears to be doing as he goes after arguably
Ted Cruz Donald Trump Delegate Battle

As has been the case in many states, Donald Trump wins the popular vote but Ted Cruz positions favorable delegates in Virginia and Arizona. The Trump camp is crying foul. The Cruz camp is playing by the rules.
Church of Scientology Vault

There are two types of people in this world: those who are part of the Church of Scientology and those who realize how insane the organization really is. The former has put massive resources towards preserving their craziness into the distant future by building a secret vault fifty miles from
L. Ron Hubbard

The New Jersey State Board of Education added the birthday of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard, March 13, to its list of 100 official state religious holidays for the 2016-2017 school year. Mr. Hubbard’s birthday has long been celebrated by Scientologists the world over. Each year, Scientologists gather in Clearwater,Florida,
Knights of Columbus Middle East

The United Nations can play a vital role in helping resolve the genocide and related humanitarian crisis now unfolding in the Middle East, said Knights of Columbus CEO Carl Anderson in a presentation at the world body’s headquarters in New York. Anderson spoke at the U.N. as part of a
Ted Cruz Immigration Plan

Ever since Donald Trump entered the Presidential nomination scene by focusing initially on the border, strange things started happening in the Republican party and to Americans in general. First, the topic, once thought to be “taboo” by the GOP Establishment, grew longer legs than expected. Second, the general consensus that
Al-Shabaab Somalia

In an effort to halt violence and intimidation by al-Qaeda linked al-Shabaab, the Somalian government executed two members by firing squad today. The two members, Abdirisak Mohamed Barow and Hassan Nur Al, reportedly confessed to being part of the militant terrorist organization in court.
Mohamed Abrini

A man suspected of driving the Paris terrorists and assisting the Brussels terrorists has been arrested in Belgium. Mohamed Abrini may be the “man in the hat” who is suspected of being a radical Islamic terrorist.