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Oslo Terror Suspect Could Face Only 21 Years in Prison!

July 24, 2011

The two recent terror attacks in Oslo, Norway, saw both a terror bombing and random shooting spree that has thus far taken the lives of 93 people.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to the survivors, families of the fallen, and the Norwegian people. Authorities have caught a man, Anders Behring Breivik, who’s taken responsibility [...]

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Multiculturalism’s Failure in Europe

February 13, 2011

Sociologist Neil Howe observed in 1997 that we in America get the feeling sometimes that “millions of self-actualized persons don’t add up to an actualized society,” that the fractious niche-making of multiculturalism may do more to divide us than unite us.  Celebrate diversity — fine.  But at what point does our diversity become a liability?  [...]

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Steven Crowder on Multiculturalism

March 19, 2009

“There is no room for hyphenated Americans.”  Well said Steven. Legal immigrants who come to America from other parts of the world to join the club should be welcomed.  People are people and frankly, many American citizens could learn a great deal from our legal immigrant friends who are aware of the fact that the [...]

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