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I Am Second: Phil Robertson

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Three generations. One duck related Dynasty. The Robertson family story told through the lens of Phil Robertson, Kay, Jep and Reed. Gather friends and family this Thanksgiving season and watch their 30-minute special film. From their humble beginnings and struggle to keep their family together, see what happened before their immense success.  #TheRobertsonsR2nd #Novembeard I am […]

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Lazy, Unqualified & Never Attended any of the Faculty Meetings

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The highest tenured faculty member at Chicago Law spoke out on Barack Obama saying, “Professors hated him because he was lazy, unqualified, never attended any of the faculty meetings.” Doug Ross reported this and more: I spent some time with the highest tenured faculty member at Chicago Law a few months back, and he did not have […]

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Frank Marshall Davis – Obama’s Mentor

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Frank Marshall Davis (1905-1987) was a journalist, poet and Communist Party USA activist in Chicago and Hawaii. In Hawaii he was a mentor to a young Barack Obama. The FBI file on Davis, consisting of 601 pages and covering the years 1944-1963, means that Davis was under investigation or surveillance for at least 19 years. […]

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George Washington “The Indispensable Man”

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Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich gives a special lecture on George Washington entitled “The Indispensable Man”at Mount Vernon on Friday, Feb 22, 2013 for the celebration of President George Washington’s Birthday. Speaker Newt Gingrich explains: George Washington is unique in our history. The historian James Thomas Flexner called him “The Indispensable Man.” Thomas Jefferson said […]

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Korean Singer’s Rags to Riches Story: Sung-bong Choi

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Sung-bong Choi, the singing sensation on “Korea’s Got Talent” was placed in an orphanage at the age of three. He ran away from the abuse at five and lived on the streets of Korea for the next ten years. He didn’t even know his name until he was fourteen years old. In the summer of […]

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