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eretzyisrael:

The #Hamas Missile Defense Shield. As cowardly as you can be. 
Via @Daniel_Brenner

eretzyisrael:

The Missile Defense Shield. As cowardly as you can be.

Via @Daniel_Brenner

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— 1 week ago with 110 notes
eretzyisrael:

Friends of #Israel. Please share this poster! 
via: @afagerbakke

eretzyisrael:

Friends of . Please share this poster!

via: @afagerbakke

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— 1 week ago with 147 notes
People who claim to care about 'climate change' use more electricity than those who don't →

poorrichardsnews:

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So, it turns out that those who say we should all cut way back on our energy usage use more electricity than the rest of us. This probably came as a shock to most people but not to those of us who know what climate alarmism really is. After all, climate alarmists are

— 1 week ago with 47 notes

tramadolmuncha:

Part 2 - just when you thought it couldn’t get better

(Source: oxymuncha, via redbloodedstark)

— 1 month ago with 681 notes
#I haven't seen this before  #yessssss 
cultureshift:

Family of Boy Born Without Eyes Rejects Abortion, Overcomes Pro-Abortion Hate
The saddest aspect of the ‘pro-choice’ worldview is that those who are not ‘normal’ - those facing mental or physical challenges - should be killed while awaiting their birth. This kind of thinking has led to the greatest atrocities human kind has ever known. And yet many people continue to embrace this depraved ideology.
Currently, nine out of ten children diagnosed with Down syndrome are slaughtered in the womb. Everyday, more and more prenatal tests are developed to check for ‘perfection’. The latest tests promise to identify autism. To be clear, these tests are not being marketed as a means to cure the children facing these challenges, they are being marketed to give their mothers the opportunity to kill them while it’s still legal to do so.
Who we are, our personality, our conscience, our ability to know the difference between right and wrong, exists within our minds. Our brains encompass every single thing about us that truly matters. It is where love, compassion, and true beauty reside. It’s also where hate and cruelty live. Will you look at this sweet child and wonder why his mother and father failed to kill him while they had the chance or will you look at him and see a fellow human being who’s life is just as valuable as yours and mine?
How we treat the least of us defines us.

cultureshift:

Family of Boy Born Without Eyes Rejects Abortion, Overcomes Pro-Abortion Hate

The saddest aspect of the ‘pro-choice’ worldview is that those who are not ‘normal’ - those facing mental or physical challenges - should be killed while awaiting their birth. This kind of thinking has led to the greatest atrocities human kind has ever known. And yet many people continue to embrace this depraved ideology.

Currently, nine out of ten children diagnosed with Down syndrome are slaughtered in the womb. Everyday, more and more prenatal tests are developed to check for ‘perfection’. The latest tests promise to identify autism. To be clear, these tests are not being marketed as a means to cure the children facing these challenges, they are being marketed to give their mothers the opportunity to kill them while it’s still legal to do so.

Who we are, our personality, our conscience, our ability to know the difference between right and wrong, exists within our minds. Our brains encompass every single thing about us that truly matters. It is where love, compassion, and true beauty reside. It’s also where hate and cruelty live. Will you look at this sweet child and wonder why his mother and father failed to kill him while they had the chance or will you look at him and see a fellow human being who’s life is just as valuable as yours and mine?

How we treat the least of us defines us.

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— 1 month ago with 205 notes
thinksquad-news:

About 25 people gathered at City Market downtown as Hoosiers Concerned About Gun Violence rallied a day before the NRA’s annual convention openshttp://www.wibc.com/news/story.aspx?ID=2162277

thinksquad-news:

About 25 people gathered at City Market downtown as Hoosiers Concerned About Gun Violence rallied a day before the NRA’s annual convention opens
http://www.wibc.com/news/story.aspx?ID=2162277

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— 2 months ago with 106 notes

laliberty:

I am, of course, against the mandatory armament suggested above - but it’s far more preferable to mandatory disarmament.

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jtem:

trebasedstalin:

whalebiology:

paxamericana:

Here’s what the 2012 electoral map would have looked like if only white males had voted. 

I’ve been trying to stay out of the firefight of politics these past few weeks, but if this is accurate that’s pretty interesting.

in what universe where only white dudes could vote would we have a president named barack obama

Actually, that’s pretty good. If you flipped it to, say, only counting the black vote there wouldn’t have been any red states at all — less than one. 
You two idiots don’t realize it, but you’re denouncing yourselves (as always).
Some 56% of white people voted for Romney, but 93% or more of the black vote went to Obama.  So what you jackasses are claiming — by raising the race divide — is that white voters are far LESS racists than black voters.
Again YOU are the ones claiming that a person voting for a candidate of their own race is racist.  You are.  That is YOUR position.  Yet, white people are far less likely to do that than black people.  White people were overwhelmingly more open to vote for the black man than black people were open to voting for the white man.
You’re so blinded by your own racism that you can’t see your hypocrisy, but it’s there.  You’re claiming that LESS THAN 60% of the white vote going to Romney is racist, even as 93% of the black vote went to Obama.
You’re arguing that black people are vastly more racist than white people.  You are. That’s your argument.

jtem:

trebasedstalin:

whalebiology:

paxamericana:

Here’s what the 2012 electoral map would have looked like if only white males had voted. 

I’ve been trying to stay out of the firefight of politics these past few weeks, but if this is accurate that’s pretty interesting.

in what universe where only white dudes could vote would we have a president named barack obama

Actually, that’s pretty good. If you flipped it to, say, only counting the black vote there wouldn’t have been any red states at all — less than one. 

You two idiots don’t realize it, but you’re denouncing yourselves (as always).

Some 56% of white people voted for Romney, but 93% or more of the black vote went to Obama.  So what you jackasses are claiming — by raising the race divide — is that white voters are far LESS racists than black voters.

Again YOU are the ones claiming that a person voting for a candidate of their own race is racist.  You are.  That is YOUR position.  Yet, white people are far less likely to do that than black people.  White people were overwhelmingly more open to vote for the black man than black people were open to voting for the white man.

You’re so blinded by your own racism that you can’t see your hypocrisy, but it’s there.  You’re claiming that LESS THAN 60% of the white vote going to Romney is racist, even as 93% of the black vote went to Obama.

You’re arguing that black people are vastly more racist than white people.  You are. That’s your argument.

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— 2 months ago with 24566 notes