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Reminder: Tax Day is Tomorrow, A Trip Down “Memory Lane”

     April 15th is our national tax day deadline. This is the day many hard working Americans will run around frantically trying to get the income tax statements mailed into the IRS by the stroke of midnight, lest the nasty collection agents and thuggish IRS bullies start threatening anyone who has missed this all important deadline. If you will notice in ...

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Big L, little l : L(i)bertarian Decoded

I hang out on Twitter a lot. I am stating the obvious, as that is how many of you came to read this, but for those who aren’t addicts (yet), Twitter has become one of the best places for Conservatives to meet and converse with other Conservatives. I have met, online and in person, some people who have become political ...

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Obama’s Speech on Deficit Reduction: “My finely honed Political Instincts”

Our Obama, who art on vacation, Hollowed be thy head. Your limo come, vacation’s done, in Chicago as it is in Hawaii. Give us this day our daily cheese, and forgive us our conservatism, as we forgive those commie, pinko, progressive, tree-hugging environmentalist wacko Van Jones clones who trespass against us. And lead us not into solvency, but deliver us ...

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Herman Cain Responds to Obama Budget

Stockbridge, GA – Potential Republican presidential candidate and longtime corporate executive Herman Cain responded to President Obama’s speech at 1:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 13, 2011 regarding his budget proposal, saying: President Obama’s address proved yet again that he values ideology over basic economics and leadership. His budget employs his typical class warfare tactics, insisting on taxing America’s job creators into ...

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Obama’s Budget Deficit Reduction Speech – Full Text and Video

Obama explained his vision for the road to deficit reductions on Wednesday. In a speech that was light on details and heavy on the campaign rhetoric, he reminded Americans of the things most critical to his “progressive vision”. Obama claims that his plan will cut $4 Trillion from budget deficits over 12 years. Where would that leave the total debt ...

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Debt Ceiling Vote: Look at the Hypocrites Come out.

    The endless budget debate in Washington D. C. will ratchet up again next week as Democrats will push to raise the debt ceiling again, while Republicans will demand serious budget cuts in a trade-off for their support for raising the debt ceiling.  Make no mistake  either way, the people paying for all this will eventually see the debt ceiling ...

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George Soros and The New World Order [PodCast]

George Soros is a threat the the American way of life.  This broadcast makes it more evident than ever.   Click HERE to listen to the streaming audio or right click on it to save it for later or your MP3/iToy.

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CDN Staff Panel Live Radio Show – The Plain, Hard Truth

Several of our staff and I made the jump to live internet radio. The Plain, Hard Truth aired it’s first show on Thursday, April 14th at 8pm Pacific/11pm Eastern. Our continuing fixed who time will be 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern. While CDN is our serious side, the radio outlet is meant to show that we are human, not just word-churning, progressive-mashing, ...

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We’re All Pagans Now: U.N. Creates MOMiE

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Perhaps in preparation for the second anniversary of the U.N.’s “International Mother Earth Day”, the international body is set to consider a draft treaty from Bolivia that would give “Mother Earth” the same rights as people. Bolivian President Evo Morales, a socialist that believes that the planet should be granted a set of specific rights has authored a resolution that ...

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T-Paw: “I’m Running for President”, Sort of

Former Minnesota Governor, Tim Pawlenty (R) announced on Tuesday night on CNN’s “Pierce Morgan Tonight” that he is indeed running for President. I’m not putting my hat in the ring rhetorically or ultimately for vice president. I’m focused on running for president. After his appearance and speeches at the 2011 CPAC, it is no great surprise to those paying close ...

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Obama, Bush and Beck all head to Chicago this week.

On Wednesday George W. Bush will be speaking in Elgin Illinois at the inaugural World Leaders Forum at Judson University in a conference titled, Free Enterprise: The Dream of all Free People.  On Thursday Glenn Beck will bring his theatrical stage show to the Chicago theater with his now famous Glenn Beck Live show.  Also on Thursday, President Obama will be ...

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The New Civil War

In case you have just returned from a long space-ship flight from Planet Zeon, I need to let you know that America is involved in another civil war. It is a war for the very soul of our Nation—as was our first Civil War! This war is not necessarily between America’s two controlling political parties. The war is between an ...

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Who Hears The Voice Of The Children?

To say that our Foster Care system is broken is a gross understatement. Whether it is the actual Child Protective Service agency, the individual case workers, the judges deciding the cases, foster parents, or the law itself is hard to pinpoint. I would venture to say it is most likely all of these factors combined. My main question is this: ...

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Mitt Romney Announces Presidential Run on Youtube

Mitt Romney chose his YouTube.com channel to announce his run for President of the United States in 2012. In a video entitled “Believe in America” Mr. Romney delivers the message that he is forming an exploratory committee for the election.

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Governor Scott Acquires $30 million from BP for Florida Businesses and Tourism

APRIL 11, 2011                                                                                                           GOVERNOR SCOTT GETS $30 MILLION FOR NORTHWEST FLORIDA MARKETING FROM BP    Tallahassee, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott today announced that the Northwest Florida Tourism Council (NWFTC) will receive a $30-million BP marketing grant to help mitigate impacts to Northwest Florida ’s tourism industry as a result of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.  The grant was ...

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