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Americans for many years have had to rely on left leaning biased news reporting from liberal media such as NBC, ABC, and CBS and the New York Times. As most of these outlets struggle to remain on the air and in print, the new media is flourishing and people are hearing both sides of the issues. This forum will provide people with a place to discuss daily news issues of any kind or discuss articles not printed or aired by the liberal news outlets.

 
 

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absolem

moderation...my thinking was that unions stand up and voice their opinions and concerns, this store owner did the same thing. i would have hoped that you would respect the right if not the message. that was my intent. my reasoning is as such. she should have the right to voice her opinion and face legal consequences from exercising her right. no one should be subject to the things that she had happen. the court system and law is the system, we not only fund but give authority to settle infringements upon our person or interests. i would no more threaten or harm you physically, financially, or otherwise for saying how you feel or think. that is your right under the limits of the law and of your own control. that was my intent.

Posted 123 days ago.

NasCarNut

some prominent Republicans are urging the party to take notice.

Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, who famously called on the GOP to "be the party of Sam's Club, not just the country club," told CNN that Walmart's actions "foreshadow where the Republican Party will need to move."

the Repubs.need to wake up, the times they are a changin'...with or without them!!...

Posted 123 days ago.

NasCarNut

Walmart's opposition to the religious freedom law once again puts the company at odds with many in the Republican Party, which the company's political action committee has tended to support.

In 2004, the Walmart PAC gave around $2 million to Republicans versus less than $500,000 to Democrats, according to data from the Center for Responsive Politics. That gap has grown less pronounced in recent years. In 2014, the PAC spent about $1.3 million to support Republicans and around $970,000 for Democrats.

say what!!...all the b!tching you read from Reps. about wally world and it's one of their backers, now that's funny...

Posted 123 days ago.

moderation

"why"---- was that kid a union enforcer? My response had nothing to do with union affiliation,absolem.

Posted 123 days ago.

absolem

Moderation...seems to me unions stand up for what they believe..it also seems that you, of all people would appreciate their "faith" in what they believe.

Posted 123 days ago.

absolem

NCN...the ones you support used terrorism and extortion in lieu of anti-discrimination laws. the remedy should have been found in the court system...thats why we have both the courts and laws. they never would have prevailed in court...the ooposition was too impatient and revealed how disrespectful they can be...all around.

Posted 123 days ago.

NasCarNut

Indiana found out that a lot of folks don't snoop in other folks bedrooms like the Repubs. do...

Posted 123 days ago.

NasCarNut

Lol, there's a new law being formulated b/c of the reaction of those from the first one!!...

Posted 123 days ago.

moderation

Desensitization has been very good for business.

Posted 123 days ago.

absolem

*why

Posted 123 days ago.

absolem

file this story under "Way have enemies when you have friends like this" category: GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) — A 16-year-old Pennsylvania boy who fatally shot a friend in the face and then took a selfie with the victim's body has been ordered to stand trial on criminal homicide and firearms charges

Posted 123 days ago.

absolem

"no such thing as paradise as long as we humans are running around screwing things up" i will agree with you on that point. the only exception is the paradise in ones mind...considering without it...it would not matter anyway. i have seen firsthand, the effects of dementia and its take over of anothers mind. with proper medication, the patient retreats from this world to their "mind" world. the concerns and worries that we fret over seem to be non-existent. a casual conversation with someone suffering from dementia is truly an "alice in wonderland" excursion. it is a movingly sad disease like many others.

Posted 123 days ago.

absolem

when is there going to be a Pizza summit....surely Obama does not support terrorism on american citizens just for voicing their opinion...surely that isn't the case...oh wait i hear him now...FORE!!!

Posted 123 days ago.

absolem

perhaps they jumped the gun too soon in their reaction...it appears that there is a new law being formulated to relieve the anxiety or lack of reading comprehension by some in review of the law. but then again, perception sometimes gets in the way of fact. on both sides and down the middle.

Posted 123 days ago.

NasCarNut

Washington — Gov. Jay Inslee imposed an administration-wide ban on travel to Indiana, saying "Indiana's law appears to legalize private discrimination."

another good description...

Posted 123 days ago.

NasCarNut

Wilco, a two-time Grammy Award-winning rock band based in Chicago, announced Monday it was canceling its May 7 performance in Indianapolis.

The band, took to Twitter to say the " 'Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act'

feels like thinly disguised legal discrimination."

I agree, good description...

Posted 123 days ago.

NasCarNut

no such thing as paradise as long as we humans are running around screwing things up...

Posted 123 days ago.

NasCarNut

The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) said Wednesday it would be pulling its 2017 national convention from Indianapolis, a blow that could cost the city 8,000 visitors and $5.9 million in lost spending.

The decision by the church's board comes even though the denomination's headquarters is in Indianapolis.

"We are a church that values diversity and values freedom of religion," said Cherilyn Williams, a spokeswoman for the church. "For us ... (that) cannot impede the freedom of others."

well I'm shocked, maybe there are some good christians still out there...

Posted 123 days ago.

absolem

So the world would be paradise without them? It is fortunate you have the right to freely exercise your opinion without fear of retribution..you might consider affording Christians the same consideration...wait..i forgot you exhibit none.

Posted 123 days ago.

NasCarNut

Chritianity and Christians 

cause more problems in the World than anything else, imo...

Posted 123 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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