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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.

US Special Security Team: Need More Not Less in Libya

The former head of a Special Forces “Site Security Team” in Libya is speaking out against security decisions by the State Department. Lt. Col. Andrew Wood is scheduled to testify at a House Oversight Committee hearing this week regarding security decisions leading up to the September 11 terrorist attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi. In an interview with CBS ...

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First Debate Replay by SNL

I admit it. I haven’t been a big watcher of Saturday Night Live since Steve Martin and the Cone Heads were popular. Still, over the years I’ve found the elections bring out the best in SNL skits. No matter your political view their exaggeration of  the candidates can be pretty funny. This week if you watched the real debate between ...

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Chuck Norris: Unite for God & Country. Vote.

Concerned with the direction of our country Chuck Norris has come out with a personal PSA. He and his wife Gena appeal to like minded Evangelical Christians to vote in this presidential election. Some say that his dire warning is exaggerated. You be the judge.  

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Former Dem Artur Davis Appeals to Indies and Mod Dems

By limiting coverage of the Conventions on television most of America sees only a few prime time speakers. It’s too bad, because there are many good convention speeches that aren’t covered. One great example was seen Tuesday when former Democratic Congressman Artur Davis was welcomed to the Republican National Convention. While his crossover affiliation to the GOP has been a ...

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Friends With Buyers Remorse? Share This With Them.

My Buyers Remorse is a website created by the American Jewish Coalition. They are offering a series of testimonials by people who voted for Obama but have since recanted. Many were caught up in the Hope and Change hype of 2008 but are now concerned at the direction of this country. These short clips are candid person assessments of the ...

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Daycare Fight Club???

Every day parents drop their children off at daycare. They hope and pray their child has a good day, eats his lunch and snacks, doesn’t cry too much and plays with friends. They expect their licensed daycare program will offer a safe and secure haven while they’re at work. It’s every parent’s nightmare to imagine their child is neither being ...

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Solyndra Lives On–As Modern Art

Remember Solyndra? Shortly after taking more than $500MILLION taxpayer dollars (approved by Team Obama) they filed for bankruptcy? All that taxpayer money down the drain because nobody bought the company and few showed up for the bankruptcy auction. End of story? No. Following the auction in January remaining employees were spotted trashing crate upon crate of the glass tubes used ...

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Newsweek: Hit the Road, Barack

No, it’s not a spoof. Newsweek Magazine’s cover this week is a picture of Barack Obama with the headline “Hit the Road, Barack.” Harvard professor Niall Fergusson writes inside that it’s time for Obama to go and the only path toward American prosperity is through the Republican plan. Left leaning bloggers are out in force today repudiating this article and ...

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Mom, You Did Build That!

Paul Ryan introduced America to his mom. There was more than a little emotion as he told her story. Betty Ryan was a stay at home mom who, after her husband died, went back to school. The skills she learned enabled her to become a small business owner. She is an example of the greatness in America. Take a minute ...

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Autistic Man Denied Transplant

Should a person with autism be allowed a transplant? As mother to a son with autism I’d like to think the decision should be made by our family after consulting with our doctors. But I am able to wax philosophically because my son is healthy. Karen Corb of Pennsylvania,  is not so fortunate. Her son Paul inherited the same condition ...

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No Pork at TX College? The Nanny State Continues.

Are you sending your son or daughter off to college? If you are, have you given your adult (or close to adult) child instructions on eating a healthy diet? Or, are you anticipating that the school will make these choices for your young adult? At Paul Quinn College in Dallas (a small private college) the president of the school is ...

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Run, Joe. Run

Team Obama recently reaffirmed their intent to keep Joe Biden on the Democratic ticket. Many in the GOP heartily agree with this plan. American Crossroads has come up with a humorous look at some if the ‘Biden gaffes’. What do you think? Should Joe run?

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True Story: White House Honey Ale

Paid for by…yes, you guessed it… you. I know you won’t believe it so two different news sources are linked. Many things about this administration really gripe me. But this news story takes the cake. In the midst of the worst economic crisis in this country since the Great Depression, or perhaps even ever, this administration has added a micro-brewery ...

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Voter Fraud—Does It Matter?

Too many people think their one vote doesn’t matter. That voter intimidation by the New Black Panthers won’t really affect the outcome. That when ACORN registers people who are not eligible to vote it won’t be enough to make a difference. They are wrong. This week Stuart Varney spent a few minutes discussing the voter fraud in Minnesota. Did you ...

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83% Docs Considering Leaving Field

A recent survey by the Doctor Patient Medical Association suggests that 83% of current physicians are considering leaving the field. DPMA Survey Results This week on Varney and Company Dr. Marc Siegel discussed these results with Stuart Varney. Not all doctors will leave the practice; many cannot afford to but the strong results indicate most physicians are very concerned with ...

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