GLENN BECK in Distress, Warns Indiana: Don’t Screw This Up – ‘I’ll Be on Suicide Watch’

Thought he was already on the suicide watch? He is off his meds and he believes he is a Mormon Prophet… Watch him…

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Glenn Beck is seriously becoming unglued. It may be time for him to just bow out of this election.

The Gateway Pundit by Jim Hoft

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Glenn Beck rolled his face in Cheetos last week – And no one stopped him.

Glenn Beck pleaded with Indiana voters on Monday.
“If you guys screw this up, I’ll be on suicide watch.”

But that not have been the craziest thing he said all day.
Ouch, Glenn Beck: “Tell me another time in our nation’s history that you have witnessed where Indiana matters”[…]

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Black Trump Supporter Calls Out Racist Protesters As Propaganda Victims

Good post, no matter if your for Trump or not… yet we have to deal with their willingness to let blood, and disrupt… why? Could it be they know the press will blame the other guy?

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The contempt, rage, propaganda and acts of violence emanating from the Progressive sock puppets, i.e., Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders supporters is starting to backfire.

There are those who regardless of whether they support Donald Trump or not want to hear what his message and decide for themselves.

Not everyone is settling for Communist propaganda as pointed out by the young man in the following video.

At about 6:02 of video, a looney Mexican accuses Donald Trump of being racist. Mehico, of course, reached this conclusion through unfounded Marxist propaganda.

Mr. Mehico wouldn’t know racism if it bit him in the butt. After all, it is he who is the racist.

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Forum: What Have Been Your Most Influential Books?

A profound Question, which I gave my comment, (answer).

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b2d8a-question-marksEvery week on Monday morning , the Council and our invited guests weigh in at the Watcher’s Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question:What Have Been Your Most Influential Books?

Fausta’s Blog : Many, may books, but the one that made a difference when I was very ill almost twenty years ago is “Toughness Training for Life: A Revolutionary Program for Maximizing Health, Happiness and Productivity.”

I had developed hypoglycemia – not diabetes – was misdiagnosed twice, and it took me two years to find the right way to control my blood sugars. Loehr’s book gave me a roadmap of sorts, and I highly recommend it.

Bookworm Room : A lot of books have made a difference to me. Here they are, in no particular order:

1. Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends & Influence People

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