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Touchdown and Homerun!

I would like to start off by stating that I am not a very big sports fan unless it deals with burning rubber and raw exhaust, or preying on delicious animals. I do occasionally take in a ball game, be it baseball, football or even soccer. Yes I do enjoy sitting in my recliner watching TV, so don’t try to ...

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The President Could Ignore the Debt Ceiling

The theoretical idea that Obama could simply ignore the debt ceiling and continue borrowing and spending has been put forth by that bastion of knowledge – the New York Times. In the ongoing debate over raising the debt ceiling, one option has not had much prominence: whether the Obama administration could ignore it altogether.. Sure, why not. He’s ignored Congress, the War ...

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Stephanopoulos The Mobster’s Veiled Threat To Michele Bachmann

I want to know where George Stephanopoulos was during the 2008 Presidential election cycle! If he would have been throwing his proverbial “reporter” weight around back then like he is now we would not have Barack Obama as our President! Maybe we would know the real connection between Obama and Tony Rezko, without the feigned innocence act. The same goes ...

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Hugo Chavez ‘Not Dead’ – Questions Remain on Health

Chavez has been out of sight for several weeks and is allegedly recovering in Cuba following a June 10, surgery. According to his closest friends and allies, Hugo Chavez is still alive and the Venezuelan president is firmly in control of the country. His brother Adan said he had just returned from Cuba and that Hugo was recovering “satisfactorily”. Venezuela’s vice-foreign minister Temir Porras tweeted, “President ...

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Consumer Confidence Index Declines Again – Second Recession Probable

NEW YORK, June 28, 2011 — The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index continued its multi-month decline in June. After having decreased to 61.7 in May the economic index hit 58.5 this month indicating that consumers are feeling the onset of a second, or double-dip, recession. Director of The Conference Board Consumer Research Center Lynn Franco said, “This month’s decline in consumer confidence was ...

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Tim Pawlenty Releases Middle-East Foreign Policy Statement

Governor Pawlenty gave these remarks in a speech to the Council on Foreign Relations: I want to speak plainly this morning about the opportunities and the dangers we face today in the Middle East. The revolutions now roiling that region offer the promise of a more democratic, more open, and a more prosperous Arab world. From Morocco to the Arabian ...

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Texas Rushes to Pass Anti-Groping Bill

The Texas anti-groping bill has passed out of committee in the state Senate, but the bill seems nothing more than peacock feathers. First, the special session that the Texas legislature is currently in will end on Wednesday. With a controversial bill just out of committee so late tonight, the likelihood of it passing a floor vote in the Senate is ...

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How Did You Enjoy Your African Vacation, America?

The wildlife safari adventure must have been the most amazing thing you’ve ever seen! Will you show me pictures of the beautiful lions, tigers, elephants and giraffes? I envy you, America! To be able to tour the historic museums and other tourist sites and attractions is something I am sure you will never forget! America, you have experienced one of ...

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Blago Convicted, Asks “What Happened?”

It appears as though former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich may have just had the realization that he is not just waking up from a very bad dream! In fact, he seems to be having to face the fact that his life has become a nightmare. From the beginning of this Chicago-style drama Blago has said the truth has come out. Indeed ...

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June 30th Radio Show – Guest: Author Janie Johnson

Show Time: Thursday June 16th, 7pm pacific, 8pm Mountain, 9pm Central, 10pm Eastern Tune In: Plain, Hard Truth Radio Show Call in: Be part of the program – call in to the show: (424) 220-1807 Guests: Author of “Don’t Take My Lemonade Stand” Janie Johnson -and- Nicole Pearce and Andrew Staroska from Truth About Bills. Show Topics: Join Michelle and Rich ...

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Bachmann Officially Announces Her Run for the Presidency

Waterloo, Iowa – Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann officially announced her candidacy in front of a hometown crowd in Waterloo, Iowa. Hundreds gathered at the historic Snowden House to hear Bachmann convey that together we can secure the future of our country. The following is text of the official announcement speech: It’s great to be in Iowa and even better ...

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President Oba….. Errrr… Clinton Presents Plan To Fix Job Crisis

Have we been thrust back in time by some twist of fate or magical time machine? Surely we have! When last I looked, Barack Obama was President of The United States of America- unfortunately. However, President Bill Clinton has just unveiled his 14 point plan to fix the job crisis we are facing. Shouldn’t this have been something President Obama ...

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Governor Scott Signs Legislation to Strengthen, Expand Charter and Virtual Schools

Orlando, Fla. – Keeping his promise to make Florida the state with the best-educated workforce, Governor Rick Scott today visited Hope Charter School in Ocoee to highlight education reforms that expand and strengthen charter and virtual schools and increase scholarship opportunities that empower parents to choose schools best suited to student needs. Later today, Governor Scott will visit St. Petersburg ...

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Michele Bachmann – Fluke, Flake or Phenom?

Michele Bachman is expected to formally declare her candidacy for President in Iowa today. Her name has risen from the  collection of unknowns in the GOP field to a virtual dead-heat with Mitt Romney in a recent Iowa poll. Is it just Iowa? Is she a serious candidate? Could she be the first woman President of the United States? Is ...

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