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Response by the Baptist Press to Netanyahu’s Speech

March 5, 2015 by

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by Dr. Mitch Glaser ~ David Roach, writing for the Baptist press, prepared an excellent article that is very appropriate for this first day of the Jewish festival of Purim. He elaborates on the parallels between the book of Esther, Netanyahu speech and the relationship of Iran (ancient Persia) today with the Jewish people in the […]

SPLC: Patriotic Americans Listed as Hater’s and Racist’s

July 19, 2013 by

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ACT For America, Tea Party Members, Myself, More.. Have No Chance in Hell of Being Able to Use Self Defense Law I suggest you review the Southern Poverty Law Center site and determine if your name or organization has been identified by them as ‘haters and racists’.  For those of you who are not aware […]

A Cline Chrestomathy

January 3, 2013 by

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By Edward Cline ~ Nothing will replace physical books. There is a certain satisfaction to be had and valued in seeing the physical, existential, three-dimensional form of a book – one’s own or someone else’s – in having it on hand without needing to click a mouse or scroll through screen pages. Perhaps the entire […]

Who Will Protect the Freedom To Blog?

June 11, 2012 by

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By Michelle Malkin ~ Free speech is under fire. Online thugs are targeting bloggers (mostly conservative, but not all) who have dared to expose a convicted bomber and perjuring vexatious litigant who is now enjoying a comfy life as a liberally subsidized social justice operative. Where do your elected representatives stand on this threat to […]

Australian Media Inquiry Wants To Control Even Blogs With One Reader A Day

March 5, 2012 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Niche modeller Dr David Stockwell wonders if the media inquiry understands the blog sites it wants the Federal Government to police: The Media Inquiry by Finkelstein Q.C. proposed on page 301 the regulation of blogs with more than a specific number of hits per annum, suggesting an equivalency with print media: […]

Colorado Judge Stays Righthaven Copyright Suits

May 21, 2011 by

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By Wendy Davis A federal judge in Colorado is temporarily halting proceedings in all 35 active lawsuits in the state brought by copyright enforcement outfit Righthaven. In a ruling issued Thursday, U.S. District Court Judge John Kane said there were “serious questions” about whether Righthaven has the right to sue for infringement of material that […]

Righthaven Faces New Challenges In Court

April 19, 2011 by

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By Wendy Davis –  The Daily Online Examiner Copyright enforcement outfit Righthaven hasn’t had much luck lately. First, the company got into a public fight with a federal judge in Colorado. Righthaven last week filed papers withdrawing its poorly thought-out lawsuit against the autistic 20-year-old blogger Brian Hill, but added some gratuitous comments berating Hill […]

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