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2016 ends with more Obama-inspired racial division

The countdown has begun. In 24 days the nightmare that has befallen us for eight long years will finally end. I would love to add good riddance, but I can’t. We all know that except for the occasional getaway with the family or golf outing, Barack is going nowhere.

He will be setting up shop in Washington, D.C., for the foreseeable future, or as long as it takes him to undermine the new president’s agenda. But still, it will be a new day, filled with hope and anticipation – and maybe a little reconciliation between the citizens of this nation.

 We are sorely in need of some “coming together,” after eight years of being torn apart – particularly in terms of race. The past few years have seen a fevered pitch of hatred between the races – black and white. However, most of the hate and violence has been directed at whites at the behest of so-called black leaders. read more

Are We Just Being Irrational About Ebola?

by: the Common Constitutionalist:

Who’s tired of discussing Ebola? Yeah, me too. I keep trying to escape (the topic) but it just keeps pulling me back in. It is a serious subject and certainly not to be taken lightly.

It seems fears and scares over Ebola are spreading faster than the virus. Are they irrational fears? I don’t know – maybe, but we are all susceptible. Heck, my office manager wasn’t feeling well today and the first thing that entered my mind was… you got it… Ebola. I caught myself – but it did permeate my cranial cavity, as Rush Limbaugh would say.

I laughed at myself for even thinking such a thing, but nonetheless sent her home immediately.

So will the fear of an outbreak trump the actual disease? Might panic ensue over nothing? Is the scare just that, a baseless phobia? read more