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Bye, Bye, Bye, Geithner!

While all the lyrics of this particular song do not fit my emotions, there is a particular line that I am singing after the news I just read! Please excuse me while I sing out loud. Feel free to join in at anytime! ♪ I know that I can’t take no more It ain’t no lie I wanna see you ...

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TIME Editor Calls Obama ‘A Dick’ On Live TV- MSNBC Suspends Him

Time Magazine Editor Mark Halperin should have known better. While on-air “gaffes” are not rare, a media member flatly stating his opinion on-the-air only because he thought it could censored out later is not a common occurrence. Perhaps Mark should take some motherly advice- “If you can’t say something nice about someone, say nothing at all!” That might be too much ...

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Michele Bachmann Kicks Off Iowa Bus Tour

Iowa City, Iowa – Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann will kick off her Iowa campaign bus tour on Saturday, July 2. Along the Iowa state campaign trail, Bachmann will host meet-and-greets with supporters and attend Independence Day weekend activities, while sharing her message of constitutional conservatism and taking questions from voters. The following events are open to credentialed media: (Please ...

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Study Reveals Impact of Real Estate ‘Shadow Inventory’ on Recovery

ATLANTA, June 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Despite steady gains in key industry sectors, the nation’s housing market continues to exert pressure on the overall rate of economic recovery. While financial conditions across multiple financial sectors suggest economic stabilization and growth, delinquencies still exceed pre-recession levels due to continued turbulence in the mortgage marketplace, according to Equifax (NYSE: EFX) national credit trend research for May ...

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Patriotism and The Draft

After viewing this video, sent to me by a good friend… …I was reminded of the reality that now in America, the FEW are bearing the burden of responsibility of the MANY. Since principle bereft and weak-kneed politicians caved in and made the draft an obsolete thing of the past our National Guard and Reservists have been assuming the responsibility ...

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Oh Say Can You See

I remember several years ago while looking to buy a house the realtor kept bring up properties that had HOA’s (Home Owners Association). I told her don’t even worry about pulling the files on the properties. I knew then that it would just cause grief and trouble if someone tried to tell me what I could do on the property ...

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Bachmann Campaign Responds to Questions on Medicaid Payments

Washington, D.C. – Bachmann for President Spokeswoman Alice Stewart has issued the following statement in response to questions regarding Bachmann and Associates Counseling Clinic receiving payments from the Minnesota Medicaid Program: “Medicaid is a valuable form of insurance for many Americans and it would be discriminatory not to accept Medicaid as a form of payment. As a state-sponsored counseling service, ...

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Cain Shares ‘Economic Vision’ in Greenville, South Carolina

(Greenville, SC)- Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain shared his “Economic Vision: Jobs for America” plan today at NEXT Innovation Center in Greenville, South Carolina. Cain’s plan details his three “Economic Guiding Principles”: Production drives the economy. Risk-taking drives growth. Measurements must be dependable. Production drives the economy. Cain believes that the federal government should ease the burdens of excessive taxation ...

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Three-Quarters of Americans Give President Obama Negative Ratings on His Handling of Jobs

Three-Quarters of Americans Give President Obama Negative Ratings on His Handling of Jobs Majorities also give the President negative marks on his handling of healthcare, the environment, unrest in the Middle East and education NEW YORK, June 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — President Obama has seen his overall job rating drop this month as well as his rating on how he is handling the economy. ...

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Team Bachmann Rolls Out Campaign Bus, Continues Tour in South Carolina

Charleston, S.C. – Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann rolls out her Bachmann for President campaign bus in South Carolina today, continuing the momentum from her official candidacy announcement in Waterloo, Iowa. Bachmann plans to bring her message of constitutional conservatism to voters in South Carolina before taking to the road to the key caucus states in the coming months. Wednesday, ...

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Restore freedom and reduce deficit: Defund TSA

The story of a 95-year-old woman’s TSA search is just another example of the agency’s abuse of power and continued attack on our fourth amendment right. (For details on the story, check here.) If you’re not familiar with YouCut, it’s a site put up by Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Citizens vote in the poll on proposed spending cuts, and can ...

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City Council Attacks Taxicab Entrepreneurs

City councils across the nation are taking a page from the Federal Government in their ability to take over entire industries. Taxicab companies are fighting against their local bureaucrats for their very existence. In Hampton Roads, Virginia, it is no different. Just like when the Federal Government accused doctors of cutting off limbs for more money, apparently local governments feel ...

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My Children Are Threatened

  This continues the story of our journey to have a family. The time frame for this chapter of our story is September 2008. If you continue to read along, you will see first hand the reality of how broken the Foster Care system truly is. ____________________ We had finally reached a point where thing were on track for all five adoptions ...

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