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A stay at home mom who runs a household, manages the finances, cares for a young adult autistic son, and cooks from scratch. Traveling from Arizona to Alaska summer of 2013. Visit my blog at http://ramblinroseaz.wordpress.com/ and follow along.

Ukrainian Lawmakers Melee!

ABC News reports that the Ukraininan lawmakers got into a fight in their opening session. Fists were flying as 450 lawmakers streamed toward the podium. At least we are more civil in the US? Or maybe a brawl would solve a few issues… You can read the whole story here: ABC News   Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. ...

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CT Nursing Home Update: Union Staff Back to Work

Last summer nursing home staff at several unionized Connecticut Healthbridge facilities went on strike. We covered the story of alleged abuse by some of the workers here at Conservative Daily News.  According to police reports some of the striking workers vandalized patient records and changed arm bands on patients to cause confusion for the replacement staff. This week a federal ...

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Requiring Alcohol Sensors in Cars. Should We?

Okay you Libertarians, here’s a question for you. How much government help (or as some might say, interference) is too much? Where do we draw the line? Following the tragic and senseless death of Cowboys football player Jerry Brown the driver of the car, fellow player Josh Brent is facing manslaughter charges for driving while intoxicated. Calvin Hill, a consultant ...

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Do Union Organizers Want Us to Dislike Them?

Though most of the news coverage in Michigan this week has been tepid, showing calm crowds protesting quietly, a few intrepid journalists entered the protest area and filmed a far more violent and angry mob. (Even Huffington Post had to admit things got more than a little out of hand when Conservative Steven Crowder was punched, not once, but four ...

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Finally: Dems Read ObamaCare. Request Delays.

As Nancy Pelosi famously said, “You’ve got to pass the bill, so you can learn what’s inside…” Democrats are finally getting around to reading the ObamaCare law. And they’re surprised at the findings. Unknown taxes, hidden fees. Who would have guessed that within those 2,000 pages of hastily put together legislation would be ‘job killing taxes’ (as emphatically stated this ...

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Obama: My Ideas are Same as Built MI. Detroit Residents: Have You Looked Around?

President Obama visited Michigan to stand before workers telling them, “My ideas are the same that built Michigan.” Residents in the downtrodden city of Detroit may not be quite so enthusiastic. Once a thriving metropolitan city Detroit saw its heyday begin with the automotive industry in the 1920’s. But changes led to economic downfall that depressed the city, causing much ...

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MI Schools Close as Teachers Call-In Sick to Protest

Michigan teachers are calling in sick Tuesday as part of a massive protest effort against the state’s new Right to Work legislation that has just passed in the financially struggling state. At least two school districts are closed Tuesday after discovering more than half their teachers will not be working. The bill would allow workers at union-represented employers to not ...

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Low Rent Line Frenzy Gets Pepper Sprayed

Why is it so many go crazy when something is given away either free or a discount with limited quantities? Have you ever been to Costco at lunch time on Sunday? The crowd isn’t gathered around the cheese counter for no reason. Nope, they’re all looking for their free slice of cheddar. Two aisles over there’s another crowd getting two ...

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Dems: How can I Agree with Republicans? They have Cooties!

Thanks to severe media bias and a severe attack by this leftist administration people seem to be more afraid of being called a Republican than accept that we share many ‘conservative’ traits. Conservative comedian Steven Crowder appeared on Fox and Friends this weekend to discuss his recent video. In this clip Crowder does a number of ‘man in the street’ ...

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Single Mom in PA? Better to Live on Welfare than Make $69,000

If you are a single mom the entitlement programs offered in Pennsylvania are such that you are better off working for low pay than taking a good medium income position. There is little incentive to work hard and try to get a better position, including managerial, in a company because the government benefits often pay more. Remember Julia from the ...

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Labor Force Drop Outs are the Younger Workers

Young people in the US are not working. Unemployment for ages 16-19 is 23.5%, ages 20-24 is still a very high 11.8% (according to the BLS). This week Stuart Varney on FBN interviewed Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA. Turning Point is a group geared to reaching the high school and college age young adults believing that an informed electorate ...

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Jihadist in Arizona?

Arizona Bomber Refused Green Card in 2011–On DHS Watch List Congressman Paul Gosar (R-AZ) sent a letter to the Department of Homeland Security with several questions about the Casa Grande bombing suspect. The November 30 explosion was one block from Representative Gosar’s Casa Grande office which prompted this statement to his constituents: “The alleged bomber, Abdullatif Aldosary, is reportedly an ...

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George Zimmerman Sues NBC for Defamation

Remember George Zimmerman, the former block watch leader who is facing second degree murder charges  in one of the most racially charged cases in recent time? The murder took on additional controversy when President Obama appeared to sympathize with the black teenager who was killed during an altercation. Newly released photos of Zimmerman with a bloodied face are now being ...

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Without Guns There Is No America

Here’s a short, concise perspective on America’s 2nd Amendment right to bear arms by Colion Noir in response to Bob Costas recent anti-gun commentary. From Colion Noir Facebook Page: Just A normal guys perspective of concealed carry, guns, 2nd Amendment and the Law.

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