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11
MAY
2014

Movie Critics Attack Faith-Based Movie As ‘Dangerous’

The new comedy Mom’s Night Out features a stay-at-home mother who finally gets the chance to cut loose with her girlfriends. Chaos ensues, and so do a few faith-friendly messages for the masses. RogerEbert.com says the PG-rated movie may be dangerous to the culture at large...
11
MAY
2014

Gosnell Filmmaker Meets $2.1M Crowd-Funding Goal

Phelim McAleer conceded that he did not expect his crowdfunding effort for a “classic American TV crime drama” about heinous abortionist Kermit Gosnell to reach its $2.1 million goal. As of Saturday, though, the movie has raised over $2.1 million dollars from over...
11
MAY
2014

Biden Takes Shot At Clintons in South Carolina

CNN reports that Vice President Joe Biden, apparently unwilling to concede the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination to Hillary Clinton, told South Carolina Democrats that the latter years of the Bill Clinton administration were responsible for the beginning of the decline in...
10
MAY
2014

Militia Mobilize for Next Battle With BLM

Militiamen and woman camping on Cliven Bundy’s cattle ranch are packing up and heading to Utah where another protest against the Bureau of Land Management will happen Saturday. Ryan Payne, a Montana resident who had been staying at the ranch for a month, said he drove eight hours...
10
MAY
2014

Columnist: Black Republicans Are A ‘Lower’ Group

Bloomberg writer Francis Wilkinson recently wrote a piece claiming that Republican Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina–an African American–only became a senator because Republicans “lowered the bar” for his appointment. He also claimed that Scott’s...
10
MAY
2014

Boehner Stacks Benghazi Committee With Powerhouses

House Speaker John Boehner’s selection of seven Republicans on a select committee to investigate the Benghazi attacks that killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other diplomatic staff members in September 2012 reveals a mix of male and female lawmakers who bring a...
10
MAY
2014

Break: Rand Paul Denounces Voter ID Laws, Offensive to Blacks

MEMPHIS — Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky broke Friday with fellow Republicans who have pushed for stricter voting laws as a way to crack down on fraud at the polls, saying that the focus on such measures alienates and insults African-Americans and hurts the party. “Everybody’s...
09
MAY
2014

Carney: Benghazi Committee Blatantly Political and Partisan

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney criticized the new select committee formed to investigate the Benghazi attacks, calling it a “blatantly political and partisan effort.” House Speaker John Boehner announced the panel Friday afternoon following the House of Representatives...