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The 2nd Amendment: Barrels, Bolts, and the Bottom Line

There are few, if any, rights that have been as successfully defended as the right to keep and bear arms. Though under almost constant attack, there has been more done to not only protect but expand gun rights in America

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Nevermind Trump. We Need To Look At 'Sh-holes' for Bigger Reasons

You may have heard that President Trump called certain third-world countries “shi** holes.”  Perhaps we need to take a closer look at those countries, and our own, from a different angle. President Tr

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This Day in History - January 14

January 14 1236 – Henry III marries Eleanor of Provence 1526 – Francis of France and Charles V sign the Treaty of Madrid, forcing Francis to give up the majority of his claims in France and Italy 155

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This Day in History - January 13

January 13 1128 – Pope Honorius II grants a papal sanction to the military order Knights Templar, declaring it to be an army of God 1397 – John of Gaunt marries Katherine Rouet 1776 – British f

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This Day in History - January 12

January 12 1528 – Gustav I of Sweden is crowned King of Sweden 1588 – The first governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, John Winthrop is born 1729 – Irish politician and philosopher, Edmund Burke

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California mudslide victims include founder of Catholic school, 'first lady' of luxury real estate

The founder of a Catholic school and a woman known as the "first lady" of luxury real estate were among those killed when a powerful mudslide tore through a wealthy coastal enclave in Southern California. &n