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·        FEC Is Investigating Obama’s 2008 Election Fund Raising

Don White

Conservatives have wondered for a long time why the Federal Election Commission didn’t investigate Barak Obama’s fund raising for the 2008 presidential election. Since he didn’t take any federal money, his campaign funds weren’t, as a matter of course, investigated. But now FEC investigators are looking into possible fraud on the part of Obama and his campaign operatives. 

Glenn Beck Chronicles


·        War And Globalization: The Truth Behind 9/11

This video “9/11, Globalization, and Total War”
has proven to be one of our most persistently
popular videos. 
War Talk Blog

·        Ayn Rand Wrote Some Steamy, Not Explicit, Sex Scenes

Atlas Shrugged, First Published in the U.S. In 1957 Had Conservative Views

Some folks still erroneously believe that sex is on the rise. What? We didn’t have sex scenes in great books before? Not true. The classics had sex scenes, and that includes Shakespeare and Atlas Shrugged, published 54 years ago. But in these classics they weren’t so abundant and explicit. It is true that the world is becoming more secular and sinful. While belief in God may be temporarily waning in Europe and in other places, among spiritual people—especially in the Americas— faith in God couldn’t be more intense and people more faithful. There is a prophet living on the earth today and he speaks to God and relays truth and optimism to all who will hear, especially at this Easter time. These are thoughts of the Savior, Jesus Christ, and of his atonement for the sins of mankind. The living prophet’s name is Thomas S. Monson, president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints..



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·        Who Should I Marry?

A week ago I presented twenty areas of discussion all couples should not only think about before getting married, but completely discuss with their prospective spouse. To maintain continuity, we have decided to reprint the entire article here including footnotes.
·        Who Should I Marry?
 Sant Julia de Loria and Don White

·        Why Won’t The Government Tell Us the Truth?

              Damian Cambell
              Thursday, 4/14/2011
              Dear Fellow Patriot,
              My name is Damian Cambell… and I’ve got some disturbing news for you.
             To warn you it’s got me so angry I can’t see straight…
Discrimination Unchecked



·        Thanks To OmG.Facts.Com We Know More About Amazons

A tribe that has never made contact with civilization has been revealed to the public in Brazil.

Family History


·        Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints History Lesson

In subsequent articles, I will present five or six missionary lessons, albeit abbreviated because of space restraints. These lessons will pertain to missionary service as well. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a missionary church. That is, from early in its history, the Prophet Joseph Smith sent missionaries throughout the land, then later to foreign countries. First to Canada and then Mexico, but also Great Britain and Denmark. “Every member a missionary” became a reality, as this church has no paid ministry.
Church Wire

·        What Is Obama’s Big Lie?

When Did The Devil Get Hold Of Those Nasty Democrats
By Don White
Political Disconnect




·        Let Government Shut Down–Soon Libs Will Become Tea Party    Advocates, Too

How The U.S. Tax And Spending Cookie Crumbles
By Don White
Getting America Right

·        Oama Is President Without A Country, What’s He Doing In The Oval Office?




·        Sperm Grown In A Dish From Scratch?


Immature mouse testicles yield fully developed sperm in culture.
By Janelle Weaver
Researchers in Japan have made fertile mammalian sperm in a culture dish, a feat long thought to be impossible.
Cosmic Light Logic