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Uncorking Hate for Pink and Blue Parties

The "gender reveal" has become a growing phenomenon in the world of social media. When expectant parents discover the gender of their unborn baby, they make a big announcement revealing the baby's sex, with cakes and balloons and even pyrotechnics.
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Battle for the Children: The Parental Rights Amendment Versus the United Nations

The U.S. Supreme Court of the United States has consistently upheld the right of parents to direct the upbringing of their children within the guarantee of liberty found in the U.S. Constitution. A subversive movement emanating from the United Nations, however, is seeking to undermine parental authority by, in effect, making children wards of the State. Under the guise of protecting children, globalists are pushing a draconian agenda known as the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), which if ratified will overrule the authority of parents to act in the best interests of their children.

Standing …

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Hugh Hefner Leaves Behind a Legacy of Sexual Exploitation

Hugh Hefner helped to usher in an era of sexual deviance, porn addiction, objectification of women, and broken relationships between men and women. Hefner, the bachelor hedonist who brought us female exploitation and sex clubs, was a big part of the sexual revolution of the 50's and 60's. Hefner passed away Wednesday at the age of 91.
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America’s Enemies in Hollywood Then and Now

With the war on Islamic terrorism being portrayed as a righteous cause in “American Sniper,” the Clint Eastwood film breaking box office records, a book which documents the days when Hollywood was a mouthpiece for communist propaganda might seem out of date. But Allan H. Ryskind’s book, Hollywood Traitors, is a reminder that Hollywood can’t always be counted on to take America’s side in a war, even a World War when the United States faced dictators by the names of Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin.

The Ryskind book, published by Regnery, documents how the much-maligned …

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