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Possible Shift in Power for Virginia Senate – Vote Today

The State of Virginia has some very important elections today as the balance of power could shift dramatically with a GOP take over of the state’s Senate.  Governor Bob McDonnell has a split congress in the Commonwealth as it stands now, with Democrats holding the majority in Virginia’s upper house and Republicans controlling the lower as well as the Governor’s ...

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Sarkozy and Obama deride Netanyahu

The French News site Arret Sur Images has reported that due to a technical mishap, a very private conversation between French Prime Minister Nicolas Sarkozy and American President Barack Obama was accidentally relayed to the press. Apparently, the two heads-of-state moved to a private area after having been on the stage at the G20 conference. One or both of their wireless ...

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Tuesday, November 8: Eric Holder To Be In The "Fast & Furious" Hot Seat Again

Attorney General Eric Holder is scheduled to appear again before a congressional committee to answer questions regarding the ongoing Fast and Furious investigation. He has not testified in the investigative hearings since May, when he testified under oath that he had only known about the anti-gunrunning program “a few weeks” before. However, a U.S. Senator told Mr. Holder about the ...

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Cain to Respond to Allred Allegations in Phoenix Press Conference

In response to the allegations made today by Gloria Allred, Mr. Cain will conduct a press conference on Tuesday, November 8th at the Scottsdale Plaza in Phoenix, Arizona at 3:00 pm local time. It is noteworthy that Gloria Allred is a celebrity lawyer who specializes in generating publicity for herself and her clients. Ms. Allred is a high-profile Democrat Party ...

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Cain Accuser Comes Forward with Lawyer Gloria Allred

Gloria Allred brought forth the 4th accuser in the ongoing sexual harassment charges against Herman Cain Monday afternoon.  Sharon Bialek worked for the Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant Association in Chicago in 1996-1997.  Part of her job was to work on a new scholarship initiative for students who wished to continue their education in the restaurant industry.  She was ...

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Desperate Democrats Attempt to Ban Photo ID's at Voting Polls

On Nov. 2nd 2011 Rep. Keith Ellison ( D-Mn) proposed House bill H.R 3316: Current Title:  “To prohibit election officials from requiring individuals to provide photo identification as a condition of obtaining or casting a ballot in an election for Federal office or registering to vote in elections for Federal office, and for other purposes.” This supposed House Representative in ...

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Freedom Is Not Free

On Friday (November 11) this country will celebrate Veterans’ Day. The day was known originally known as Armistice Day. But why the 11th of November? Because major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour (11 A.M.) of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918. And why (and when) the name change? In 1953, ...

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Attorney Accusing Cain Has History of Litigating Trivial Employment Cases

Joel P. Bennett, the lawyer who has accused Herman Cain of “sexual harassment” without providing a shred of evidence of any kind, nor producing the name of Mr. Cain’s accuser, has a history of filing employment discrimination cases that are without merit, or so the findings of both lower and appellate courts would certainly lead us to believe. In CURRIER ...

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Herman Cain's Harassment Problem May Not be a Problem

The media, led around by Politico.com, have been doing everything possible to make a real story out of anonymously sourced, hard to corroborate sexual harassment claims against GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain. While the media is paying a lot of attention to that, a good swath of primary voters don’t seem to be. At AFP’s Defending the American Dream Summit ...

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A Brilliant Tweet: Nancy Pelosi Blasts Bush for 4.4% Unemployment

Today, on Twitter, famous tweeter, @keder shared this tweet from @guypbenson: Clicking the link in that tweet will take you all the way back to 2006 when Nancy Peolosi disparaged George W. Bush’s progress with unemployment.   The snapshot, while sad, is funny because Barack Obama would probably love to see unemployment at 4.4% under his watch (a sight that ...

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