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Al Sharpton Sets Terrible Example By Hugging Vote Fraudster

The case against Melowese Richardson couldn’t be more open and shut. She admitted to vote fraud on a local Cincinnati television broadcast. “Yes, I voted twice,” she declared on WCPO-TV in February of 2013. The longtime poll worker, who originally voted by absentee ballot, was afraid it might have been mailed too late. So she voted again on Election Day.

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Why Are They Called ‘Homofascists’?

Many Christians have been warning for years that the radical homosexual activist lobby is made up of Christian-hating fascists who are in rebellion against both God and nature, who are hell-bent on criminalizing Christianity and pushing to the fringes anyone who publicly acknowledges natural human sexuality and the age-old, immutable institution of legitimate marriage as created by God.

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It’s Time For The Poor To Pull Their Own Weight

All too often, rich individuals in this country are demonized for simply being rich. If some sort of financial catastrophe happens, such as the latest recession in 2009, the rich are to blame. If the government is running large deficits, the rich are not paying their “fair share”. If an individual is poor and cannot find employment, it is because the rich hoard all their profits and don’t share with anyone else.

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Malcolm X: Black Democrats are ‘Chumps’

Malcom X calls out the Black community for voting in people (in this case the Democrats) who don't share concern for the Black community. He also shatters the Urban Legend that the Dixiecrats became Republicans.

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