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Government punishes farmer for living in a town named “Gay”

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The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) doesn’t get may things right, but they sure have that political correctness thing covered. Gene King, a cattle farmer in Georgia, learned the hard way that the government agency tasked to regulate the sale of cattle is also the self-appointed PC police, and is punishing him for a reason you won’t believe. According ... Read More »

Ukraine Crisis Means Drill, Baby, Drill

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Russia’s invasion of Crimea is a tipping point event that will further spur the American oil boom. The European Union (EU) and United States in 2008 threatened to slap economic sanctions on Russia for invading Georgia. But after a while the criticism faded and threats of sanctions were quietly dropped, because the EU is almost entirely reliant on Russia for energy supplies...

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Massive Pro Gun Bill Passes Georgia House of Representatives

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HB 875, a pro-gun bill that greatly expands and clarified carry rights in Georgia has passed the Georgia State House of Representatives today. The bill passed the House 119-56.

In its current form, the bill (HB 875, also called the “Safe Carry Protection Act”) would allow carry permit holders to carry into places of worship, bars, some government buildings, and removes the requirement to pay for fingerprints again when renewing a permit...

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Georgia Restaurant Ordered To Remove Flags Honoring America, Troops

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A Georgia restaurant owner has been ordered to remove the patriotic flags flying above his eatery, Fox 5 Atlanta reported.Darren Miller, owner of CJ’s Hot Dogs in McDonough, was cited on Friday by a code enforcement officer for flying flags above his restaurant that honor the military.The restaurant, Fox 5 reports, is dedicated to police officers, firefighters and those serving in the military and Miller says it’s his right to pay tribute to each group -- both inside and outside his restaurant...

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