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#Gamergate reveals gamer culture as anti-woman and hyper-violent

#Gamergate has recently revealed the gamer culture as anti-woman and hyper-violent. What a sad state of affairs! I have the utmost respect for Anita Sarkeesian — a smart, brave, and beautiful woman — who has been critical of the gaming … Continue reading

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Groups make wounded vet and his family propaganda props for more needless wars abroad

Groups make wounded vet and his family propaganda props for more needless wars abroad This is so sad… on so many levels… It seems these groups shamelessly made this wounded vet and his family propaganda props for more needless wars … Continue reading

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Body of War (Film)

Body of War (Film) Body of War – http://youtu.be/oA4Xb2G09bw      

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No tolerance for truth tellers…

There’s no tolerance for truth-tellers. Especially when truth-tellers counter politically correct satanic social engineering with biblical truth… Continue reading

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Violent video games are a risk factor for criminal behavior and aggression

“New evidence from Iowa State researchers demonstrates a link between video games and youth violence and delinquency…” Continue reading

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Road Rage Murder in Pennsylvania

Police are still looking for the person who murdered Timothy Davidson on I-81 in southern Pennsylvania… Continue reading

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Video Game Addiction, Virtual Reality, and Violence

It should be obvious to anyone that whatever we spend our time doing and thinking about in the present will influence what we will be doing and thinking about in the future, and will eventually determine what sort of person we will become. We cannot spend our time doing and thinking filthy things in the virtual world without having this cause us to do and think filthy things in the real world…. Continue reading

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