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Greek Contagion: Run on Banks Accelerating

For weeks, Greek citizens and companies have been pulling money out of Greek banks at alarming rates as fears rise that the island nation will exit the Euro in a chaotic fashion. This week, Spanish banks are seeing record withdrawals signaling that Greece’s failing economy is having disastrous effects in other EU nations. It has been long expected that Greece would exit ...

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Manufacturing Index “Unexpectedly” Contracts

The Federal Reserve bank of Philadelphia released the results of its May Business Outlook Survey. Manufacturers are reporting a shocking reversal in the survey’s measure of current manufacturing activity from 8.5 in April to -5.8 in May. Analysts had expected the activity measure to increase to 10.0 this month, but all of the indications from the Fed survey are that ...

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White: The New Minority

According to a new census bureau report, whites of European ancestry account for less than half of newborn children in the united states. For the first time in America’s history, Caucasians are no longer the largest newborn generation. Demographics have been changing in the United States for decades. Anyone over the age of fifty would have grown up in a country ...

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New Book Shows Proof Christopher Columbus Was Polish

WARSAW, Poland, May 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — During the last few days Manuel Rosa, author of “KOLUMB. Historia Nieznana,” a book published May 8, 2012 in Poland – translated from the Spanish book “COLON. La Historia Nunca Contada” – was a guest of REBIS in Poland. The book’s main thesis that the “official history” of Columbus was incorrect has roused a lot of questions – controversies, but also ...

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Florida teachers blame the test for students’ failure

A record number of Florida students failed their standardized tests and Florida educators are blaming the test and changing the measurements. 70% of Florida’s fourth-graders failed their state-administered writing test and educators are rushing to make sure that teachers don’t take the blame. The center of the educators argument seems to be that a fourth-grader can’t know what a camel ...

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Student Loan Debt: Much Ado About Nothing

It is starting to get quite embarrassing for the Obama administration.  They’re trailing Romney in the polls, they’ve lost the edge with women, and his 2013 budget went down in flames in the Senate today with a final vote tally of 99-0. In the words of Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, “there’s no education in the second kick of a mule.”Not ...

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Obama administration to release Hezbollah commander responsible for US troop deaths

Ali Musa Daqduq, a Hezbollah commander connected to the deaths of five American soldiers in 2007, is being released by the Obama administration without trial, prosecution, punishment or even a slap on the wrist. Rep. Allen West sent a letter to President Obama asking why the Hezbollah leader was being released. Obama’s response was that Daqduq was being released under ...

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Senate Dems Reject Five Budgets While Failing to Produce One

The Democrat-controlled Senate rejected five separate budget plans including one based on President Obama’s budget plan. In a 99-0 vote the liberal Senate voted down a budget proposal based on the President’s own plan. Without being able to raise a single vote for his own budget from his own party, serious questions are being raised about Obama’s ability to broker ...

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Obama Writes Himself Into Presidential History

Conservatives are mocking the Obama administration yet again this week due to the White House’s alteration of many presidential biographies. Beginning with Calvin Coolidge, facts about the Obama administration’s actions are linked with the actions of previous presidents through a Did You Know? section at the bottom of the webpage. Many of the links made between Obama and previous presidents ...

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Expect the Institutionalized “progressive” Left to Come Out in Force

Comedian Bill Maher gave $1 million to one of President Obama’s SuperPACs. Actor Alec Baldwin’s on record saying that Obama’s re-election ‘In the Bag’. Lanny Davis, who writes for The Hill, is busy covering up for U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder during Congressional investigations into the murder of U.S. Border Agent Brian Terry and hundreds of Mexican citizens resulting from ...

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Larry Winget’s Advice For Grads

  Author and speaker Larry Winget regularly offers real life advice to adults in the workforce. This week on Fox and Friends he shared his version of a graduation speech. The left leaning Mediaite criticized the speech as uninspired. Having sat through a week’s worth of graduation speeches this past week I found it refreshingly honest. It’s only three minutes. ...

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Cradle to Grave Suicide

Alexis Tsipras, head of Greece’s Radical Left Coalition, declared that country’s commitment to austerity is over because voters have rejected those deals. “There is no way we will sneak back in again what the Greek people threw out”, Tsipras said. “This is an historic moment for the Left and the popular movement and a great responsibility for me,” he added, ...

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President Obama is a Far Cry From Being an Angel.

The cover of Newsweek magazine depicts a picture of President Obama with a multicolored halo.  The intent of course is to depict Obama as an angel for his new stand on same sex marriage, which is contrary to his original stand when he first ran for office.  The new approach is an attempt to win votes, but is being played off as ...

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From Athens to Sacramento: Austerity Coming to America

As the Greek people have painfully experienced, you cannot “austere” yourself out of a budget crisis. It only makes the crisis worse: higher taxes destroy the tax base and spending cuts increase government’s net drain of resources out of the economy. The result is that fewer people work, more people qualify for welfare programs – and government spending ends up ...

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Eric Holder Spanked by Congress

The US House of Representatives passed H.R. 5326, a bill providing funds for the Justice Department and other agencies in 2013 in a 247-163 vote on Thursday. Several amendments attached to the bill provide a major spanking for Attorney General Eric Holder. In addition to reducing his budget by one million dollars, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) offered an amendment which ...

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