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The KinderCare Generation

For those in two–income households who have been wondering what the long–term effects of parking children in daycare would be, the results are in and the news is not good. Quite a few members of the daycare generation are currently occupying Obamavilles in New York City, D.C., Oakland, CA and points in between. This is a natural outcome of society’s ...

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Obama wishes the USMC a Happy 236th Birthday

“President Obama” sends out a Greeting to the Men & Women of the United States Marine Corps. Late, as usual for him. Flash version: [mp3player width=300 height=75 config=fmp_jw_widget_config.xml file=http://conservativedailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/SemperFi.mp3] iStuff-friendly version: Obama Wishes USMC Happy Birthday  

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Imagine. No Religion, too.

There’s a woman who lives near me with a personalized license plate that proclaims she’s a WICCAN. If her idea of theology is a penetrating discussion with a pecan tree and she wants to proclaim her lasting commitment to cellulose; that’s her right. Even though the sentiment appears on a plate issued by the Commonwealth. She’s joined by motorists displaying ...

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Hank Williams, Jr. Apologizes For His Recent Comments

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock in recent weeks, you know that the ever-controversial country music star Hank Williams, Jr. has once again caused a commotion. While appearing on the Fox & Friends morning show, Bocephus was bantering with the Fox & Friends hosts and made an analogy about a golf game between President Obama and other members of ...

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The Second Time Since Harvard Obama’s Ridden a Bus

This week Obama is once again firing up his Canadian–built Magical Mystery Bus and driving through North Carolina and Virginia as his re–election campaign begins on the taxpayer dime. Somehow the symbolism of Obama back in the bus is supposed to inspire Congress to pass his contemptible “jobs bill” and at the same time convince the rubes that Obama has ...

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The Qwikster Joins the Dead

I’ve been wondering how many of the Occupy Wall Street squatters are actually enraged Netflix subscribers or retirees with Netflix stock in the 401K? The timing is about right. In August Netflix increases the fee for plans that include video streaming and DVDs by a shocking 60 percent. In September the company announces it’s amputating the DVD side of the ...

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Webcam 101 for Seniors

This is the cutest couple trying to learn how to use their new computer! Their granddaughter uploaded the video to YouTube and it has gone viral!

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The 'Save Obama's Job' bill

Obama’s “jobs” speech was historic in one way: It was the first completely ‘green’ address to Congress. Every so–called idea in the speech was recycled from the extensive collection of failed Obama stimulus programs. What did appear to be new was the increasing level of desperation in Obama’s demeanor. He’s a man who knows he’s on a sinking ship because ...

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When Dry–Cleaning Attacks

The pre–Labor Day holiday run up was a good week for stating the obvious in the Washington Post. An area high school student, who shall remain nameless, concluded that outsourcing her science project to the parents was passé, so she decided to see if it would be possible to recruit an actual scientist to do the work. The enterprising young ...

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Stimulus 2011: Highway to Hell

The road to hell is paved with good intentions and the Obama administration is announcing that, in an effort to stimulate the economy, they will be upgrading that oft-used road into a super-highway. A White House spokesman said, “Considering our failures in Libya, Egypt, Obamacare, Afghanistan, food stamps, stimulus and other stuff, we’re going to focus on America and infrastructure in a very ...

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Dead Skunk, Stinkin’ to High Heaven

Conservatives make a fundamental mistake regarding government employees. Frequently, Conservatives rail against lazy workers, using the enthusiasm–challenged as examples of all that’s wrong with government. Yet drones making personal calls on their cell phone aren’t proponents of bigger, more intrusive government. Those disciples of inertia are, in a way, our friends. It’s energetic and ambitious employees who want to expand ...

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Oba-Entrepreneurship

The kids filed back into class Monday morning. They were very excited. Their weekend assignment was to sell something, then give a talk on productive salesmanship. Little Sally led off: “I sold girl scout cookies and I made $30,” she said proudly, “My sales approach was to appeal to the customer’s civil spirit and I credit that approach for my obvious success.” “Very ...

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‘Public Option’ government would cut costs, improve service

Scott Ott published an article in the Washington Examiner that could very well fix everything using the Obama administration’s favorite tool – the public option. “White House sources said today that President Obama may soon propose legislation that would save Americans billions of dollars each year while improving service by creating a ‘public option’ version of the federal government. The ...

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