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This Isn’t The Super Bowl, But The Stakes Are Higher!

There’s something to be said for throwing on your lucky jersey and screaming with thousands of other fans in support of your team.  Maybe your dad, and even your grandad, loved your team too. Maybe your love for your team is less about their ability to win and more about the memories all tied up in those sights and sounds and colors and smells. You spot a stranger in your team’s garb, and you’ve got an instant friend—a bond before any words are exchanged. Team sports, although not for everyone, can make us feel like we are part of something bigger than ourselves. When they win, we win, and so does everyone else in our fandom. When they lose, we lose. And it stings for a bit, but at least we are in good company as we nurse our collective wounded pride. It feels good to belong. But problems arise

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The Government: Protector Or Predator?

On Tuesday morning, Representative Thomas Massie took to social media with a warning to the American people. Today, while everyone is distracted by the impeachment drama, Congress will vote to extend warrantless data collection provisions of thePatriot Act, by hiding this language on page 25 of the Continuing Resolution (CR) that temporarily funds the government. To sneak this through, Congress will first vote to suspend the rule which otherwise gives us (and the people) 72 hours to consider a bill. The scam here is that Democrats are alleging abuse of Presidential power, while simultaneously reauthorizing warrantless power to spy on citizens that no President should have… in a bill that continues to fund EVERYTHING the President does… and waiving their own rules to do it. Just a few hours after posting his warning, the House indeed rushed through the temporary funding bill, and with it, the extension of the warrantless

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I’m Telling You—The Future Is Bright!

This comment from our Facebook is pure gold! Mike G. said: I envision a world where we won’t need the antiquated buildings used for education public or private.The advancements in tech, VR, AR, AI, Blockchain, and so on will allow us all to have more control over our child’s education. It will also put more power and control in the hands of teachers to be able to connect directly with their students without the state as an inefficient and ineffective intermediary. Teachers will be able to compete again where the best ones will win. Will there still be these left-leaning and liberal teachers attempting to push their ideology and views on children? Yes, but we will have the ability to choose those that more align with our own views for our children and we won’t have to settle otherwise. All this will be able to be done in the comfort

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That wasn’t real communism…!

How is this real life? Tyler M., a self-described socialist, commented on one of our Facebook posts, “9 million people starve to death yearly under capitalism. By that metric alone, capitalism has killed more people in the last 11 years than socialism/communism has in the past 100.” Tyler wasn’t alone. You see, every so often someone will see one of our pro-capitalism quotes and share it to a pro-socialist or pro-communist group that they’re in. The result is a flood of leftists jumping onto our post to advocate seizing the means of production and throwing around words like “bourgeois,” “comrade,” and “labour” in an unironic way. In the case of this post, Tyler and about a hundred of his comrades posted a few hundred comments on our page. There were several people who tried to share personal or family stories of escaping socialist or communist regimes in the hopes of

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