Suboxone and the House of Murder Big Pharma Built

It turns out that Dylann Storm Roof, aside from having parents whose naming privileges should have been revoked, was on suboxone or had recently come off it when he killed nine people in Charleston. This isn’t the first time a serial killer has been on “legal” psychotropic drugs manufactured and marketed by Big Pharma. In […]

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The American Race Narrative Encourages Hate and Violence, and I’m Sick of It

A 21-year-old white gunman allegedly shot up a Bible study at a historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina. It’s being called a “hate crime,” as if cold-blooded murder could ever be anything other than a hate crime. But few people are talking about just where that hate is coming from and what is fueling […]

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Ending the Vicious Child Support Cycle

Many commentators have noted the police brutality angle of the Walter Scott shooting, but fewer have mentioned the reason that Walter Scott ran from the police in the first place. He was avoiding child support. Walter Scott had already been to jail for not paying child support, and he had lost his job when he […]

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Rolling Stone to be Sued By Fraternity Over Debunked Gang Rape Article

Just like we live in a racist culture, we also live in a rape culture. Or so everyone loves telling me. The media loves race and rape stories. There’s no getting around that. But Rolling Stone may have allowed a good story to get in the way of the truth. And they might be paying […]

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Indiana Woman Convicted of Feticide … Women’s Rights Groups Go Bananas

Purvi Patel was just convicted of feticide and child neglect in Indiana. And women’s rights activists are going bananas, and nuts … and other produce. Perhaps this is just another symptom of Indiana’s recent status as religious right extremist crazy wonderland. I don’t know. But the leftist bleeding hearts have this one wrong too. As you […]

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Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) Protects Wife Abusers?

A new act in the Georgia legislature, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), was designed to protect the right of religious people to exercise their beliefs without molestation from the government. But some critics are condemning the act, saying its wording would actually protect any behavior a person claimed was connected to his religion—like child […]

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Texas Man Sentenced to Life in Prison After 10th DWI

After being arrested in his 10th DWI incident since 1981, 64-year-old Bobby Gene Martin is finally being taken off the streets. A jury has sentenced him to two life sentences: The jury came back with its guilty verdict after three hours of deliberation. And throughout the proceedings, the jury had no idea that Martin had […]

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