Monthly Archives: April 2018

Children of mean, psychologically abusive mothers suffer well into adulthood: report

For those who grew up living with Mommy Dearest, Mother’s Day isn’t always a celebration. Adult victims of maternal abuse don’t have warm memories of spending time with a loving, supportive mother, and they may still suffer from low self-esteem … Continue reading

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Murder Rate Soars in London Due to Stabbing Deaths. Police Confiscate Scissors and Garden Tools

Yes, handgun free London has surpassed New York City in murders per capita (and muggings and property crimes are off the charts now as well).  It turns out that living in a defenseless victim killing zone is dangerous to your … Continue reading

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They Take the Second Amendment First and the First Amendment Second – Kurt Schlichter

We have talked a lot about the liberal assault on our right as American citizens to keep and bear arms for the defense of ourselves, our families, our communities, and our Constitution, but it is a mistake to think of … Continue reading

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Chilling legal memo from Obama DOJ justifies assassination of US citizens | Glenn Greenwald | Opinion | The Guardian

[Though this article was originally posted Feb. 5, 2013, the subject matter is still relevant. It shows the step-wise, or progressive, nature of the infringement of our rights. I believe it illustrates an age old process used by the Deep … Continue reading

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Where Does the Expression ‘Throw Someone Under the Bus’ Come From? | Merriam-Webster

What does it mean to throw someone under the bus? Well, for the extremely criminally minded, it may have the literal meaning of shoving a person under the carriage of a large motor vehicle. Yet given the relative prevalence of this … Continue reading

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