A GUN nut dressed in fatigues filmed himself walking into a US Walmart carrying an assault weapon and 100 rounds. The man, described as white and aged in his twenties, was detained by an off-duty f…

That doesn't look like an "Assault Weapon", it looks like an ordinary AR-15. Lying ass, corrupt, fake, news media.

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WASHINGTON - The District of Columbia's new Catholic leader - the country's lone black archbishop - on Thursday issued his first public statement since his installation, lambasting President Donald Trump's recent tweets about members of Congress of color as "diminishing our national life." Wilton Gregory, who came to Washington in May, is known through his long, prominent career for being nonconfrontational on hot-button issues in public, but working quietly behind the scenes - a model similar to the man he replaced, Cardinal Donald Wuerl. But on Thursday, Gregory signaled that he wants to use his higher-profile perch in the nation's capital to challenge the use of identity - racial, national origin or otherwise - as a tool of attack. "I have stressed that I am a pastor and fellow disciple of Jesus, not a political leader. There are, however, sometimes, when a pastor and a disciple of Jesus is called to speak out to defend the dignity of all God's children," he said in the statement. He said in his statement, which drew attention from many prominent Catholic leaders for its direct address to Trump, that he has been meeting privately with major Catholic lay groups, including the massive Knights of Columbus, to press them to "promote respect" and to work to "reject racism, disrespect or brutality in speech and action." His comments come as other high-profile religious leaders in the Washington area, including those at Washington National Cathedral, have begun increasingly decrying Trump's recent attacks on lawmakers of color. Most recently, Trump ignited controversy by going after Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., by describing part of the African-American lawmaker's district, the majority-black Baltimore, as "disgusting, rat and rodent infested." In the days before that, Trump tweeted attacks on four congresswomen of...

These apostate, heretical, priests and cardinals do not represent the Catholic church at large. They are Marxist infiltrators, have caused a schism in the church, and are followers of liberation theology.


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These apostate, heretical, priests and cardinals do not represent the Catholic church at large. They are Marxist infiltrators and have caused a schism in the church and are followers of of liberation theology.

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Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons.

Another leftist circle jerk of an article. It reads like it was written as a book report for class by a 12 year old.


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Another leftist circle jerk of an article.

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“It’s very Black Mirror,” Swedish scientist Ben Libberton told The Post of the similarity to the TV series highlighting futuristic scenarios.

Nope.

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Excellent! Every American needs to watch this! I've known about the Weather Underground for years and I learned quite a bit watching this.

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Provided to YouTube by DistroKid The Cosmic Radiant of the Sea · Commander Salamander The Cosmic Radiant of the Sea ℗ Confindential Crocodile Released on: 20...

These guys are ripping of the name Commander Salamander. Poseurs.

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Oh great, some ninny SJW's making policy for Facebook now. GTFOH!

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Meh. Bring back taquitos and we might have something.

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YouTube announced Wednesday it would ban videos promoting or glorifying racism and discrimination as well as those denying well-documented violent events, like the Holocaust or the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting. The announcement by the Google-owned video-sharing platform was the latest of a

Who gets to decide what is appropriate? Facists!

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The decision by YouTube, which is owned by Google, is the latest action by a Silicon Valley company to stem the spread of hate speech and disinformation on their sites.

They are treading on very dangerous grounds with this banning. Who gets to decide what is and isn't acceptable. Facism!

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