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Curtis Jacob
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Gray only exists because we have not taken the time to determine the black and white of the situation.
Gray only exists because we have not taken the time to determine the black and white of the situation.

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If you challenged Trump in the primary and lost, like the team I was on did, you recognize what's happening here. Because it's a mistake all of us made to some degree, and paid for.

I recognized right away Trump was throwing chum in the water, hoping to see if anyone would take the bait. I recognize this is all a diversion from the fact he's keeping basically none of his promises. But when the Left uses their platforms to respond by attacking what folks like me believe, I have no choice but to respond and defend my values despite the fact Trump is conning us all.

Goodness, you even have Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin now criticizing one of his players, who did 3 tours of active duty in the Middle East, for coming out for the National Anthem. I don't care who you are or your politics, you NEVER criticize someone who was willing to give his life for you for his reverence for his country. NEVER. EVER. Regardless of Trump, or anything else. That's the heights of tone-deaf arrogance, and the best GOTV that Trump could hope to have. Heck, that commercial alone would win Pennsylvania for Trump again all by itself.
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There are Christians who hold various opinions about the illegal immigration debate. What does the Bible say about immigrants and what does it mean for us?
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So I was checking out my facebook newsfeed today and got hit with a new feature of which I am NOT a fan. Yeah, I know, it's facebook, but still, let me vent anyway. :)

TWIYG or better known as This Week in Your Government, appears to be a feature (new? beta? old and I am just now noticing?) where they throw a bunch of the most recent posts from your government officials (state and national) into your news feed all at the same time even if you are not following them. I had to scroll forever to get to the normal posts in my news feed. UGH. I try to keep my feeds in all my social platforms very well groomed and I have very specific people I follow on certain platforms so as to not be overwhelmed and waste a lot of time. This goes against all of that.
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Often your external marketing efforts will succeed if you have good people working for you. And little things like what this article describes is a good way to keep those good people working for you.
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Why do some +Google Analytics properties have "Users" as the first column in the "All Channels" report and others do not? Is this something slowly rolling out? I am not sure how long it has been this way, but I just noticed today and am worried I have been comparing the wrong numbers between various properties/accounts.
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Steve Deace is on a roll recently with his articles.

Your mama should’ve taught you two wrongs don’t make a right.
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Many of the monuments and statues now being abominated and disassembled were not erected in the immediate aftermath of the Civil War but some years after, often in reaction to such modest advances in the political and social condition of African Americans as the early 20th century produced. Some were nothing short of consecrated shrines to white supremacy erected to Southern political powers in league with such miscreants as the Ku Klux Klan. To the extent that today’s reaction against these monuments is in essence Democrats cleaning up their own mess, there is some justice to it.

True conservatives need to let most of these statues fall (legally and safely of course). It was racist Democrats that built most of them. With that said, these same modern day Democrats would probably go nuts if the pyramids in Egypt were removed for the same reasons. So as we help take down these Democratic monuments, perhaps we should help educated our new found friends about their hypocrisy.
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Shane Vander Hart: A good faith conversation about what place the Confederacy should have in our collective historical memory is necessary but difficult to have.
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"When one side of our political duopoly pursues with zeal an agenda determined to undo that which made America exceptional, that’s bad enough. But when their only real opposition decides they’d rather emote than engage, and prefers the performance to policy, that’s when Don Meredith starts to sing 'turn out the lights, the party’s over.'"
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