Moving Sites

 

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I recently started my own actual website, and thus have moved over to there. There will be nothing more here on this blog. All my posting will take place over there.

You can continue to follow me over at:  Do You Even Liberty (www.doyouevenliberty.us)

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No, 2016 Won’t Be The End

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If you’ve been around Republican or conservative circles within the past few months, you’ll notice quite a few nay-sayers and downtrodden folks, depressed and upset over how bad things have been for them in 2016. What went wrong, you ask?:

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The End of Bernie’s Revolution

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Bernie Sanders: I’ve talked a lot about him on this blog. The Feel The Bern “revolution” has been raging for more than a year now. But, with the Democratic Convention in Philidelphia, that revolution’s leader has caved. And I don’t mean that in a light way. He completely caved, then he fell in line like a good little boy.

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Why Is Anyone Shocked By The FBI’s Decision?

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It was announced yesterday (7/5/16) that Director of the FBI James Comey was not going to recommend charges be brought against Hillary Clinton in the email scandal that has been ongoing for many years now. In his official statement, the FBI Director said the following, to sum things up:

As a result, although the Department of Justice makes final decisions on matters like this, we are expressing to Justice our view that no charges are appropriate in this case.

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Remember when Rand Paul was the only person in Washington who opposed James Comey? — RareRare

When FBI Director James Comey announced Tuesday that Hillary Clinton wouldn’t be charged for sharing classified emails on her private server, many wondered if she was getting preferential treatment from the FBI. Some raised questions about Comey’s interpretation or perhaps even evasion of the law. This wasn’t the first time his legal judgment has been…

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