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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.

How The Left Sees Seniors?

This weeks headlines: Harry Reid says support the Post Office because (in part) Seniors Love to get Junk Mail. It keeps them in communication with the outside world. I’ll be honest. I laughed when I read this. Ninety-nine percent of my junk mail goes immediately into the recycling bin…that is after I shred all the unwanted credit applications. But I’m ...

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Police Handcuff 6 Yr Old

Have you heard about this? A six year old throws a tantrum and ends up handcuffed by police. Honestly, are you surprised? What other options are left for teachers? Corporal punishment is not acceptable in schools. In fact, if they try in any manner to physically restrain a child they will be sued. There is no more “Wait ’til your ...

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Thank You Hilary Rosen

This morning I was telling my husband about Hilary Rosen’s interview on CNN.  I read her comments to him. And we discussed that, maybe, her remarks were overblown. “With respect to economic issues, I think actually that Mitt Romney is right that ultimately women care more about the economic well-being of their family and the like. But he doesn’t connect ...

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Is The Fat Lady Starting To Sing?

After winning the trifecta of delegates in DC, Maryland, and Wisconsin Mitt Romney looks like he’s on a roll. Is it time for the other candidates to step aside and allow the Republican Party to begin coalescing? Can Republicans afford for Rick Santorum to stay in the fight? A new PPP poll has Romney overtaking Santorum in Pennsylvania.  How much ...

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Sandra Fluke in Time Magazine Poll

Remember Sandra Fluke? The college co-ed/activist brought in by Democrats to question whether her Jesuit college should be required to provide contraception and abortifacients to students? Time Magazine thinks she might qualify as a Leader, Hero, or Influential person. Is she any of those or merely an activist baiting Congress? You have until Friday, April 6 to vote. http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,2107952_2107953_2109606,00.html   ...

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Throwing Granny Off The Cliff: Part 2

  Remember this? Following Representative Paul Ryan’s budget proposal progressives tried to scare seniors into believing that Medicare services were in danger and Republicans didn’t care about the elderly. This year conservatives are taking a proactive position. Poor granny again finds herself in a precarious position. But this time it’s the man behind ObamaCare doing the throwing. Some will say ...

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A Call To All Women

  Let me begin by telling you I am not Catholic. But today I join many who stand with the Catholic Church. Women, in particular need to speak up and take action.  As you know, one part of the new Affordable Health Care Act mandates that ‘free’ contraception be provided by all employers. The Catholic Church objects to this as ...

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Chevy Volt: A Car Before Its Time?

When my daughter turned 16 there were many conversations revolving around buying a new car. She would watch the commercials and read all the promotions. “This one gets great gas mileage. This one is cute. This one has side air bags. We should buy a …” You name it; she was full of recommendations and would point out her favorites ...

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Expectation of Privacy?

Are we losing our right to privacy?  News channels this week are covering the story about a young girl who was forced to give her FaceBook password to school officials.  Colleges and employers are requiring passwords to FaceBook and other social media from new students and employees.  A bill to put spy drones in American skies recently passed Congress.  The ...

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Can We Beat The Organized Left?

Why does it seem the Democratic Party is always better organized and does a better job getting out its message than the GOP? There are many misconceptions about the Republican Party by mainstream Americans who most often do not closely follow politics. Many think the Republican leaders do not stand on principle and too often cave to big business and ...

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When You Wrestle With A Pig…

Running errands Friday I heard Rush Limbaugh speak for the third day about a college student who spoke before a House Sub-Committee. Unfortunately, I could not get past his absurd name-calling to listen for the real concern. His tirade might have been meant in some sort of humorous way but it was lost on me. As a conservative, as a ...

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Infanticide: Is it abortion or Murder?

The Journal of Medical Ethics published an article this month that has many people questioning the value some may put on the human life. The abstract from The Journal of Medical Ethics article states: “Abortion is largely accepted even for reasons that do not have anything to do with the fetus’ health. By showing that (1) both fetuses and newborns ...

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Gas Prices Skyrocket! Obama: Let’s Try Algae

Across the country Americans are paying more at the pump.  A Los Angeles station raised the price ten cents while the reporter was on television.  In Cleveland the price at the pump jumped over 40 cents per gallon in just the past week! Places in Florida are now charging over $5.00 per gallon.  These costs are having a significant impact ...

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Federal Workers: Looking for Sympathy? Check the Dictionary, Between…

Hey Federal Workers, no raise this year? Join the club. I heard you weren’t getting a raise and that it’s been two whole years.  Maybe you don’t know that many of us outside government haven’t seen a raise in so long we can’t remember. And yes, we have to pay for all the same things as you. In fact… It ...

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Sheriff Babeu: Rising Star…or Shooting Star?

Top news story in Phoenix Friday surprised many. An investigative reporter for the Phoenix New Times revealed heretofore unpublished information about Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu. The report claimed two things: that Babeu is gay and that he threatened his former boyfriend with deportation, providing evidence of both. Local stories are not often of interest throughout the country but over ...

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