September 3, 2015
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  . The phrase “Big Apple” was first used by Martin Wayfarer to describe New York City in 1909. He used it as a metaphor to describe how New York, the “Big Apple,” got a disproportionate share of the sap from the country’s tree of wealth. ...

  Religious persecution in the United States has just escalated to a whole new level as a U. S. District Judge David Bunning issued an order to incarcerate Kentucky County Clerk, Kim Davis Rowan, until Rowan agrees to comply with his order to issue ...

American University and the University of Tennessee-Knoxville have encouraged students to use gender-neutral pronouns. UT has a gender-neutral pronoun primer on its website, including information on the pronouns Incoming freshmen at several universities are being instructed on the use of gender-neutral pronouns, lest they inadvertently use offensive terms like “he” or “she.” At American University, students participating in freshman orientation were told to introduce themselves by giving their name, hometown, and preferred gender pronoun, [...]

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PPP's newest national poll finds Donald Trump just continuing to grow his lead over the GOP field. He is at 29% to 15% for Ben Carson, 9% for Jeb Bush, 8% for Carly Fiorina, 7% for Marco Rubio, 6% each for Ted Cruz and John Kasich, and 5% each for Mike Huckabee and Scott Walker. That group makes a pretty clear top 9. Rounding out the field are Chris Christie and Rick Santorum at [...]

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And yet tens of thousands of Muslims continue to flood the borders of European countries. Europe learned nothing from the Holocaust . They traded six million Jewish lives for 20 million Muslims. The equalizer. Bing and Google helped to translate this text into English: Nobel Laureate in Literature: “Europe will soon go under – The Muslims are flooding, occupying and destroying Europe” (thanks to the Muslim Issue): Following Hitler Europeans no longer dare to [...]

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