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BY DON SORCHYCH  | October 7, 2015

Roadhouse | Tom Lehman

The Hideaway Roadhouse issues with town hall are not yet resolved. Council, led by Vice Mayor Steve LaMar, directed staff to cite Jim O’Toole, who owns the building, for building a patio on the south side of the building on town property without a permit.
They took the patio down and are seeking to have the charges, which are criminal, withdrawn. I claim that is like robbing a bank, getting caught, giving the money back and claiming they did no wrong. I was told by an attorney that my example fails because my example was a theft. Nonetheless, O’Toole and his partner Mark Bradshaw knew they were breaking the law and went for it anyway.

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By michael martin   |  October 7, 2015

Understanding school shootings – the facts and a solution

The United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) sends our prayers and support to those impacted by the tragic events that took place at Umpqua Community College.

The senseless act of violence that took place in Oregon and the several that have taken place in recent years have consistently sparked and fueled a number of anti-gun political campaigns that have yet to result in a positive solution to our country’s problem.

By Lawrence sellin, phd   |  October 7, 2015

Investigate Obama or risk permanent political-media corruption

The political-media establishment is desperately trying to run out the clock on Barack Hussein Obama, while continuing a deliberate policy to ignore credible evidence and divert any investigation that might expose their own complicity and negligence in the greatest fraud and Constitutional crisis in US history.

By matt barber October 7, 2015

Obama administration enables 'boy play'

God help us. Here’s what America’s newly homosexualized, “values neutral” military looks like.

Last week, in a strange fit of actual news reporting, the New York Times published an exposé revealing that, under this Obama administration, the Department of Defense is not only permitting the homosexual abuse of little boys at the hands of Muslim allies in Afghanistan, but is effectively facilitating it. A handful of U.S. servicemen have had enough and are courageously blowing the whistle on this unimaginably evil policy. Naturally, they’re being punished and drummed out of the service for doing so.

By Rick ManningOctober 7, 2015

Confronting evil and defending liberty

What should one do when confronted by evil?

Walk away, shunt your eyes to the side and pretend you never saw it? Whisper to your friends and neighbors about it in an astonished tone while never doing anything? Or be an antagonist against that evil, shining a light on it, and confronting it without reservation?