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6 hours ago.
by NasCarNut
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Daily breaking news and news the liberal media doesn't want you to know, won't report, or just daily news issues.

Americans for many years have had to rely on left leaning biased news reporting from liberal media such as NBC, ABC, and CBS and the New York Times. As most of these outlets struggle to remain on the air and in print, the new media is flourishing and people are hearing both sides of the issues. This forum will provide people with a place to discuss daily news issues of any kind or discuss articles not printed or aired by the liberal news outlets.

 
 

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NasCarNut

true, but whatever floats ones boat...

Posted 6 hours ago.

Ohwiseone

No one cares !

Posted 6 hours ago.

Stillhere

Stillhere

And you don't speak for me, and I am not wearing any

I apologize NASCAR that was TMI for sure,

Posted 6 hours ago.

Ohwiseone

"

"Stillhere

Unlike some here, I am not driven by party politics " .......... no your driven by whatever your masters at faux tell you !

Posted 6 hours ago.

Ohwiseone

And speaking of hypocrites and a lack of moral and ethical fiber..... well theres the tiredbrain troll ! I think a socialist must have broken its heart !

Posted 6 hours ago.

Stillhere

And you don't speak for me, and I am not wearing any

Posted 6 hours ago.

NasCarNut

You don't speak for me :)

ah, now I see what has your panties in a bind...lol

Posted 6 hours ago.

Stillhere

Unless you think you know a better reason, yeah its exactly what I say

Posted 7 hours ago.

NasCarNut

The only reason I am registered Republican is because I don't happen to be a socialist.

lol, whatever ya say...

Posted 7 hours ago.

NasCarNut

rampent hypocrisy, misogyny and greed - welcome to the GOP...anything to get the vote, and keep those lobby dollars flowing...I don't know when or if I'll ever be able to vote repub again...

Posted 7 hours ago.

Stillhere

But they are often little better than the Dems

Posted 7 hours ago.

Stillhere

Unlike some here, I am not driven by party politics

The only reason I am registered Republican is because I don't happen to be a socialist.

Posted 7 hours ago.

Stillhere

Do you know who I vote for? I didn't think so. You don't speak for me :)

Posted 7 hours ago.

NasCarNut

some Republicans signed on to it,

so that's ok with you and still vote for them...lol

Posted 7 hours ago.

NasCarNut

soooo they be hypocrites...

Posted 7 hours ago.

Stillhere

To an Atheist there is no morality I realize

Posted 7 hours ago.

Stillhere

And you appeals to authority mean nothing to me, WHO gives a*****if some Republicans signed on to it,, doesn't make it any less Barbaric.

I see you are regurgitating the talking points of the left, just wonder where you are getting them

Posted 7 hours ago.

NasCarNut

In addition to the National Institutes of Health Revitalization Act, the Senate had several other opportunities to vote on the issue of fetal tissue donation during the 1990s. Each time, a bipartisan majority indicated support for the practice. In 1992, for instance, most Republicans — including McConnell — voted against a proposal to limit fetal tissue research to samples procured from miscarriages and ectopic pregnancies. In 1997, the Senate voted down an amendment to the Udall Parkinson’s Research Act that would have prohibited funding for research on aborted fetal tissue.

Posted 7 hours ago.

Stillhere

Where did you get the 3% figure NASCAR, you were not shy about putting it out there, why are you shy about giving a source? Do you know by what measure they come up with that figure?

Posted 7 hours ago.

NasCarNut

Spurred by pressure from groups looking for cures for degenerative diseases, that legislation lifted a previous ban on using fetal tissue in scientific research put in place during the Reagan administration. McConnell voted in favor — along with several other staunchly pro-life Republican lawmakers, like John McCain, Orrin Hatch, Fred Upton, and Lamar Smith.

Posted 7 hours ago.
 
 
 
 

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