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People Flock to Chik-fil-A!


Reports are coming in from all over the country – Chick-fil-A stores are jammed. Some people are reporting a two hour wait and drive-thru’s are lined up around the corner. Conservative former Governor Mike Hukabee declared today to be Chick-fil-A day and people have flocked in to chicken stores across the country to support first amendment rights. The controversy started ...

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What Every Citizen Must Know About Our Debt!


In this video, accountant Hal Mason explains in detail, and so simply that even the most strident progressive will be able to understand, how and why the US faces imminent economic disaster! It is vitally important that we all understand this problem, and what it will take to correct it. The video is about five minutes long.

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Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) Takes To the Floor and Raises the Roof!

Mike Kelly

Pennsylvania’s Mike Kelly fires up the House of Representatives with a stirring speech about putting politics aside and getting America back to work! His oratory is accompanied by chants of USA USA from other members. The video speaks for itself!

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ObamaCare – Punishing Success and Responsibility


By now we have all heard the “You Didn’t Build That” speech. President Obama does not often make his true feelings known, but that speech was telling. As he tries to back-peddle from having the man behind the curtain revealed, it is important to point out a few little ways the Affordable Care Act re-enforces his proclamation that success is ...

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Thanks for the Too Big to Fail Memories – Sandy Weill


After raking off three quarters of a billion dollars, Sandy Weill now says it may be time to separate commercial banking from investment banking. On Wednesday Weill said, “What we should probably do is go and split up investment banking from banking,” He continued, “Have banks do something that’s not going to risk the taxpayer dollars, that’s not too big ...

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Moody’s Downgrades Pennsylvania


With Harrisburg already bankrupt and Scranton on the verge, Moody’s has decided to downgrade the state’s credit rating from Aa1 to Aa2. Citing unfunded pension liabilities, high debt and slow to moderate growth the rating agency also changed it’s outlook for Pennsylvania from negative to stable. On the upside, Moody’s says that the Government has improved with “two consecutive timely ...

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Yet Another Tragedy – Will There Be A Movie?


My heart and prayers are with those who were injured and killed, with their families and those who love them. This kind of senseless violence is happening all too often these days. While many will rush to use these broken and blistered lives to rail against the second amendment and call for a ban on all sorts of weapons, let ...

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Senator Patty Murray – Your Money or Your Life!

In a move reminiscent of Bruno Hauptmann, the Senate’s No. 4 Democrat, Senator Patty Murray said, “Millions of jobs could be lost through the automatic cuts, programs families depend on would be slashed irresponsibly across the board, and middle-class tax cuts would expire. And once again, if Republicans won’t work with us on a balanced approach, we are not going ...

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The Speech Mitt Romney SHOULD Make


My name is Mitt Romney, and I’m asking for the job of President of the United States of America. The reason I’m asking is that I fully realize that the President of the United States works for you… don’t work for him! You have now spent over half a year working for the government at all levels. Only now until ...

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VOODOO Food Economics


The USDA, in trying to increase participation in the SNAP or food stamp program, claims that for every dollar transferred to beneficiaries a dollar and seventy-two cents in economic activity is generated. If we were to follow this mushy thinking to it’s logical conclusion, then if we all quit our jobs, closed our businesses and went on the program, we ...

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A Simple Replacement for ObamaCare


The obvious solution to the health care problem is self-insurance. The Obama Tax is designed to effect those who are young, healthy, and can afford insurance. Who makes the decision about what someone else can afford? But that is beside the point. The point is that if one is young and healthy and can afford insurance, then one can probably ...

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MSNBC Now THAT’s Funny

I have finally found a use for MSNBC, entertainment value. On Tuesday Andrea Mitchell tried to defend Barrack Obama’s false ad about Mitt Romney outsourcing jobs. She was talking with Governor John Sununu. Not only did he destroy her argument, he did it while laughing out loud at her. The Romney campaign should use this video as an ad all ...

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Nancy Pelosi & Congressional Black Caucus Walk Out in Support of Gunrunning Drug Cartels and Murderers


Nancy Pelosi & Congressional Black Caucus Walk Out in Support of Gunrunning Drug Cartels and Murderers Thousands lie dead in Mexico, bloody and beheaded in the streets. Bolstered by automatic weapons that the US Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco & Firearms made certain got into their hands, they have extended a reign of terror across Mexico and US southern border states. ...

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Expect the Economy to Begin to Improve by November


Back in April, when diesel fuel was rapidly approaching $4.50 per gallon, I wrote an article predicting the recent downturn in our economy. Today oil fell below $80.00 per barrel and diesel fuel is now well below $4.00 in most places. Given my economic theory of diesel, there is an approximate three month lag between the price of fuel and ...

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MSNBC’s Chris Mathews Makes the Case for Mitt Romney!


Monday night Chris Mathews ended his show by making a good case for Mitt Romney’s election to the office of President of the United States. Mathews claimed that “Mitt cares about three things: his faith, his family, his business. Right now his business is running for president. That’s why he’s interested in the presidency. It’s his business to be interested.” ...

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