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Jan 29, 1843: William McKinley is Born

On this day in 1843, future President William McKinley is born in Niles, Ohio. McKinley fought bravely as a Union infantryman in the Civil War and was awarded a battlefield commission by Union officer and fellow future President Rutherford B.

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Obama Nazis, Ear Necklaces, and the MSM’s New Censorship Word List for Conservatives

Source: Big Journalism – By William J. Kelly This week, two weeks after the AZ massacre and one week after President Obama’s call for “civility,” the MSM has proved once again that it is fair, unprejudiced, professional, and full to

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Outlaw That Speech Because it MIGHT Be a Threat…

Source: Intel Hub It was only a matter of time before the Gabrielle Giffords tragedy was turned into a rationale for the government to take more of our freedoms. This is how our government always responds to tragedy–it’s almost formulaic:

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Criticizing Sarah Palin Is ‘Fascistic Censorship’

Source: Gawker.com Sarah Palin is a strong leader—but not strong enough to unilaterally spout off about “blood libel” and get away with it. No! She needs media supporters for that. Thank god for Andrea Peyser, decrying “fascistic censorship.” (By the

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The Censorship Of Madmen

Source: Human Events We cannot give lunatics editorial control of our discourse. by John Hayward Within hours of the attack on Arizona Representative Gabrielle Giffords, liberal bloggers, pundits, and even politicians raced to pin responsibility on the Tea Party, Sarah Palin,

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The Fight Over Wikileaks and the Freedom of the Press

Sources: groundreport.com; Note: This report originally appeared at the media blog Lippmann Would Roll. By Matthew L. Schafer In the past week, Senator Joseph Lieberman [I-CT] called for investigations into both WikiLeaks, The New York Times, and other news organization

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