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NPR Fact-checking Themselves to Prove They Are Not Biased

NPR, after the Big Bird thing, might have thought it would be a good idea to attempt to appear unbiased. Of course, the concept of bias-free journalism in America today is akin to the dinosaurs – as in extinct. But, Edward Schumacher-Matos decided to take a stab at it by fact-checking the NPR fact-checkers. Yes, that does smack of Monty ...

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Romney Gains, Obama Faithful Throw Fits

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The Battleground Poll, a bipartisan poll taken last week, in addition to showing that Mitt Romney has a 52 percent to 45 percent advantage among middle class voters, is projecting Romney will defeat Barack Obama by a 52 percent to 47 percent margin. Pollster Ed Goeas said that while a strong voter turnout effort might help Obama close the gap ...

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Obama suggests adding another dept to government and raising taxes in second term

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Clearly, our federal government isn’t big enough. In a Monday morning interview on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe”, President Obama suggested that a new Secretary of Business be created. Of course the new  Secretary will need a whole new government department of bureaucrats to go with his or her position. “We should have one Secretary of Business, instead of nine different departments ...

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Twitter, Secret Service, and Executive Orders, Oh My!

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The expansion of social media, and most especially twitter has created a new and powerful way in which citizens within the United States and everywhere around the world interact with each other.  This new and wondrous form of interaction has changed the way information is shared, it has impacted person lives, political lives, and hollywood lives, and has also assist ...

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An Obama Halloween

With tensions running high so close to election day, it might be time for all of us to take a little breather, step back and have a little chuckle. So many agree that this is the most important election of our life time, but let’s not forget to enjoy some of the little things in life. Happy Howl-O-Ween …uh, make ...

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What Makes Free Birth Control Expensive

Michelle Stansbury

Initially, when my local pharmacy informed me that the nine dollar co-pay on my birth control was now waived, I was surprised. When they went on to ask for my grocery card to give me gas points on the birth control I didn’t pay for, I was appalled. Free birth control and gas points sound picture-perfect, if you ignore the ...

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On military spending: Having your cake and eating it too

Earlier this week, one of our contributors wrote an article stating that he thought Romney’s position on defense spending cuts is incorrect. This afternoon, the editorial staff received a letter-to-the-editor from “Rockwall Science Guy” in response to the original post. This is written in response to Eye Desert’s column regarding the impending defense cuts. “There can also be reforms into ...

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Obama Will Lose Because Americans Are Racist

At least that’s what the Obama campaign folks will undoubtedly cry when all is said and done. Now, it’s true the British already think we’ve become more prejudiced during this administration, but perhaps we can choose to take that with a grain of salt, given that the Brits are arguably left of Obama himself. But, back to our shores. You ...

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Reviewing the news: Benghazi, Bad polls, bad ads, Mitt-mentum and more

The last week has brought some incredible news to light about the terrorist attack in Benghazi, showed us that many of the battleground polls being cited are weighted wrong, saw Mitt Romney’s momentum accelerate and taught us that voting for the President is like sex.. or something. Benghazi and the Obama Administration The murder of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya ...

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Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis

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10/28/12  Are you sick of hearing about Ohio already? Sorry, we’re going to talk about it too. Benghazi blackout and would Hurricane Sandy vote Republican or Democrat? Tune in tonight at 10pm ET/7pm Pacific on the CDNews Network on BlogTalk Radio. UPDATE: Listen to a replay of the show here or follow the link to download. Listen to internet radio with CDNews ...

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Bombshell: “My Sources Tell Me Obama Was In The Room Watching Benghazi Attack” says Lt. Col Anthony Schaffer

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In the closest factual response to “Did Obama watch the Benghazi attack, and was he the bottom line in denying help to our forces on the ground?” Lt Anthony Schaffer reported a resounding “Yes” to this question on FOX’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine”. Lt. Anthony Schaffer reports that “his sources on the ground’ report not only was Obama watching the ...

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Obama Lied, Our Ambasador Died Pt.11

Below is an article from the Drudge report about Charles Wood’s reaction to the death of his son Tyrone Woods, the Navy seal who disregarded the order to stand down and proceeded to the attack in Benghazi anyway and saved 30 people before he was killed. Charles Woods, the father of Tyrone Woods, who was killed in the 9/11 terrorist ...

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Benghazi: It All Trickles Down to Leadership

Michelle Stansbury

In the past few weeks, our government has melted the Benghazi ordeal into a murky puddle, clouded with games of “Not It” and garbled story lines. Many throughout the ranks such as CIA Director David Petraeus have made it clear that, “No one at any level in the CIA told anybody not to help those in need; claims to the ...

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TONIGHT- Married to the Game: Benghazigate, Sooper Mexican, And Unforced Errors

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Tonight, on Married to the Game, we’ll be discussing the latest details in Benghazigate, but we’ll also be spending some time talking about how unforced errors have shaped this 2012 election season.  Friend of the show, Sooper Mexican will be a guest, and he’ll discuss the influence Twitter (and the Internet in general) has had on this election.  It’s going ...

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