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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.

Speaking Truth in front of POTUS. Dr. Benjamin Carson: Poverty Can Be Only Temporary

This year’s keynote speaker for the National Prayer Breakfast was Dr. Benjamin Carson, a world renowned Pediatric Neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins. Some will recall the movie ‘Gifted Hands’ which was the story about Dr. Carson. As a time when so many believe there is no way out of poverty his speeches provide insight and inspiration. Using his own personal upbringing ...

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Drug Resistant TB Found in Illegal Border Crosser

Not only are many who enter the US illegally partaking in additional illegal activities (drug running, human smuggling, etc.) but a good number are also bringing something with them. They are bringing their diseases and most worrisome, their communicable diseases. In late November, 2012 a young Asian was caught trying to sneak across the border into Texas. He was discovered ...

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Unbelievable: Panetta-OK to Cut Military Pay

In a parting shot Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta has recommended a pay CUT to our military. Below is the Army pay scale. When one in five Federal workers is making over $100,000 (459,000 workers) it is atrocious that our soldiers pay should be first cut. As is obvious from the above chart most of our brave enlisted men and ...

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Friend of Obama? Here’s a Contract for $$$

A frequent visitor to the White House and larger contributor to the Obama campaign got his kickback this week. The CEO of TracPhone Fredrick J Pollak, along with several others, was just issued a contract to provide taxpayer paid phones to internet to job seekers. If the program meets expectations it may bring in $100 Million per month to the ...

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Post Crisis: Overreaction at Schools

The government, in particular our public schools, sometimes seems to lose common sense especially following a crisis. Everyone agrees that we must do as much as possible to stem the gun violence, especially in schools. But what happened to talking to the children and explaining the dangers of weapons in school? Shouldn’t a well educated teacher be able to tell ...

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Judge Jeanine: Banning Weapons Won’t Stop Crime

In the past two months this administration has demonstrated another knee jerk reaction to gun violence. We watch as anti-gun voices raise up telling us their new ways to stop the problem…limiting bullets, managing buyers, stopping the mentally ill. As someone who learned NRA hunter safety at the age of five I have watched in dismay the reactionary ideas now ...

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Immigration Reform? Secure the Border First.

President Obama, talking about his illegal immigrant solution, told Univision this week that the US-Mexico border is more secure than ever. Not surprisingly, we’re arguing semantics. More secure? Maybe. Secure? Not. As an Arizona resident, I hope those working on immigration reform press to secure the border first.  If you live on the East Coast traveling quickly from state to ...

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Living 40 Years Cut-off From Civilization

Do you imagine yourself living off the grid? Are you a survivalist? Could you go days, months or even years without travel into town for supplies? Imagine raising a family and living 40 years without seeing any other humans. It happened. Facing persecution and death for their religion by the atheist Bolsheviks in the 1930’s, the Lykov family left their ...

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Dear Left, If Sarah is Irrelevant Why ALL the Coverage?

It’s been more than four years since the Left began demonizing Sarah Palin, criticizing everything from her hair to her speech patterns. After losing the election we were told by the Main Stream Media that ordinary citizen Sarah was: no longer an important part of the Tea Party, not accepted by the Republican Party; that she was not relevant. And ...

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Optimize Your Dollar: Five Easy Ways to Save on Dinner

Noticing that cash crunch from your lowered paycheck this week? Here are five quick and easy ways to save money at meal time. Breakfast for Dinner: My family loves homemade breakfast. Trouble is we don’t usually have enough time in the morning for more than cereal and juice before heading out. So we move breakfast to dinner once a week. ...

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Obama: We do Skeet Shooting all the Time

Huffington Post: In an interview with The New Republic, Obama refers to the “reality” of urban and rural differences on the guns issue. Obama added to that perspective by admitting that he has fired a gun. “Up at Camp David, we do skeet shooting all the time,” he said. Well, as my twitter feed says… “Pictures, or we don’t believe ...

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400K at Pro-Life Rally on Cold DC Day

Even in the bitter cold weather 400,000+ gathered Friday in Washington, D.C. to mark the 40th anniversary of the legalization of abortion. A crowd that size deserves ample news coverage. However, only a few stations chose to cover this event. Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com

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FEMA: Burned Out Family Can’t Rebuild

Meet the Taylors, a Sacramento family whose home burned down last August. After dealing with the devastation and emotional trauma the family discovered that FEMA had changed the rules for their area and now would require their home be built 20 feet above ground in order to meet the new flood zone designation. While the fire damage was covered by ...

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