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It's a shame that no one evicted blood from these thugs by way of a broken nose. This isn't a ghetto. You don't get to tell Jews where to live and that they need to flee based on the whims of those who hate Jewish sovereignty.
http://legalinsurrection.com/2014/04/dorm-storming-at-nyu-targets-jewish-students/
Mock eviction notices slid under doors in dorm known to have high concentration of Jewish students, including only "Shabbat elevator"
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As the Bible says that God will bless those who bless Israel and curse those who curse Israel..  The Bible says that the Jews are the apple of God's eye.  JESUS was a Jew. Etc...  from Pam B.
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A real war on women
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I am sure that religion has been great enslaving people for thousand of years too, eh?  :-))
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Deranged pig of the day
 
Sicko cop shoots Texas man’s dog on site http://buff.ly/1k7g5h7
An East Texas man is sad and furious after a sheriff's deputy shot his dog, Candy, without provocation. The shot did not kill the dog instantaneously. The man, Cole Middleton of Rains County, Texas
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The cop should be shot & wounded before death.  
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How is going along with the president, Democrats in Congress, the Chamber of Commerce and billionaires in creating millions of Nl new Democrat voters and in importing millions of foreign workers not the path of least resistance?
Not only does Boehner not know the Republican caucus and conservatives but he doesn't even understand power dynamics. Hos problem is the Republicans dare listen to conservatives and the American people over the special interests.
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WHY IS THAT FLAG TOUCHING THE GROUND????
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Sotomayor's position is illogical, incoherent, and unbecoming of a lawyer. Her written position in itself is an argument against affirmative action.
 
Justice Sotomayor is here arguing in effect that if a constitutional referendum doesn’t go the NAACP’s way, then its effects are invalid. This is not an exaggeration: Justice Soyomayor argues explicitly that Michigan’s voters would have been within their rights to, for example, lobby university authorities to adopt race-neutral admissions standards but that by adopting a constitutional amendment insisting on race neutrality, thereby transferring the decision from the education bureaucrats to the people themselves and their constitution, they “changed the rules in the middle of the game.” Her opinion is legally illiterate and logically indefensible, and the still-young career of this self-described “wise Latina” on the Supreme Court already offers a case study in the moral and legal corrosion that inevitably results from elevating ethnic-identity politics over the law. Justice Sotomayor has revealed herself as a naked and bare-knuckled political activist with barely even a pretense of attending to the law, and the years she has left to subvert the law will be a generation-long reminder of the violence the Obama administration has done to our constitutional order.
There’s a reason they call it “progressivism” — for years, the main legal question contested in affirmative-action cases, from Bakke to Grutter, was whether the state should be allowed to engage in racial discrimination. In the Michigan affirmative-action case decided today, Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, the question was whether the state should be required to engage in racial discrimination. The progress, then, has followed...
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Far to many Vichy Republicans collaborated with the Democrat majority. 
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