With Rising Tuition Rates, Should Universities Pay Hillary Clinton $300,000 to Speak?

Would You Pay Hillary $300K to Speak?

by LonnieHead

Not only does she want $300,000 to speak at a university, Mrs. Clinton also has a list of requirements that she wants met.

Would You Want A McDonald’s Inside Your Church?

How About a McDonald's in Your Church?

by LonnieHead

Praise the Lord! McDonald's might be coming to your place of worship. Why not get a little Jesus with your burgers and fries?

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