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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.

SNL and ‘Obama’ on Sequestration

While the president is still trying to blame Republicans for the  cuts certain to impact some families and federal workers due to the sequester, it appears the comedians from Saturday Night Live see it somewhat differently.  In their opening skit this weekend, in typical irreverent style, the SNL cast mockingly portrays this president as somewhat uninformed and not knowledgeable on ...

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Obama: I was FOR Sequestration Before I was AGAINST it.

Obama failures

Remember this? In 2011 President Obama threatened to veto any attempt by Republicans to change the Sequestration cuts. But last week? President Obama talks of Armageddon, chaos will erupt and life as we know it will end. Oops…maybe the pendulum swung too far…and the president again rethinks his position telling the Business Council that this is not a cliff but ...

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CEO Nat’l Black Chamber of Commerce: Obama Bad for Country

CEO of the National Black Chamber of Commerce Harry Alford spoke to Stuart Varney of Varney and Co. on Fox Business News. In a revealing interview Alford shares why be believes President Obama’s policies are bad for the economy. It is too bad that Alford and other Black businessmen did not realize Obama’s first four years would only be amplified ...

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Optimizing Your Dollar—A Well-Stocked Pantry

This week our dollar stretching idea looks at the well-stocked pantry. Quick and easy to prepare meals mean less temptation to eat out and leftovers often make a great lunch at work. Often packaged foods have higher levels of salt, unexpected preservatives and other additives, fats you don’t want. But then, the same could be said about many meals at ...

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Health Impacted by Green Wind Turbines?

Two wind turbines towering located in the Cape Cod community of Falmouth, Massachusetts were intended to produce green energy and savings but after less than two years it appears they may instead be creating health issues to neighbors causing the town to consider their removal. In the haste to reduce carbon emissions of standard fossil fuel generators, cities and towns ...

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New Obama PAC Gives Donors Special Access. Surprised?

When MSNBC calls you out you know it’s bad. Reporting on a New York Times article Chuck Todd of The Daily Rundown, stated that donors who raise and or contribute more than $500,000 to a new group called ‘Organizing for Action’ will gain special access to the president. Organizing for Action wants to raise $50 Million and convert Obama’s election ...

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Mexico Wants YOUR Gun Information

Mexico’s congress voted to ask the US Border States to share with them registry information of gun owners. It’s understandable that the Mexican government is concerned with guns crossing into their country in light of the Fast and Furious scandal of the Obama administration. Still one has to wonder if they should be more concerned with their own problems, including ...

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Walmart: Consumers Impacted by Smaller Paycheck

In leaked emails Wal-Mart execs warned of troubling signs in the economy to start the new year.  After a good Christmas the sales giant saw a slow January followed by an even more dismal early February. Wal-Mart Stores had the worst sales start to a month in seven years as payroll-tax increases hit shoppers already battling a slow economy, according ...

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Whole Foods Removes Chicken Ad Featuring Obama

One Whole Foods store in New York City found itself in hot water after a passerby complained that their ad signage was offensive. The above storefront advertisement featured a likeness of President Obama informing patrons there would be a special one day organic chicken sale. The man who complained about the sign stated that it is offensive to associate the ...

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Drone Controllers Eligible for Military Honor

The military has an amazing number of awards that can be received by those who serve bravely. This month retiring Defense Secretary Leon Panetta  announced a new medal. The medal will be awarded for specific acts, like the successful targeting of a specific individual at a critical time. It is the first new force-wide medal recognizing combat achievement since the ...

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Dr. Carson on Saving America

The Power of Truth This weekend on the Fox News Channel, Sean Hannity offered a special called Saving America. His guest, the renowned Dr. Benjamin Carson, whose prayer breakfast speech has put him in the public spotlight. Speaking about common sense ideas and a better direction for America Dr. Carson has become a sensation and been catapulted beyond the medical ...

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Tutoring Program For Colored Only? School Changes Mind.

Ouch. This doesn’t help race relations. A Colorado school wanted to offer a bridge program to students who needed academic assistance. But when they sent out advertisements to families the program was listed as only open to minority children. A point which was reiterated by the principal. However, following backlash from parents and the media, the district changed it mind ...

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