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It does matter that DOJ is collecting information, without authority on media phone calls.
There is a 15-second rule: "Life can be changed forever in less than 15 seconds."
Being informed is important to help make changes in our culture.
We know from experience across the country that the consumption of alcohol in a place where nudity is allowed is an invitation to disaster. The Supreme Court has determined communities can set standards for these establishments.
Government is never too big for the "We the government" crowd.
We should declare an entire year to be on guard.
What does one do when a child dies before the parents?
Do you know the position of the presidential candidates on immigration reform?
Are the voices of the people finally being heard?
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