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Ninety-Nine Percent in America? REALLY??!!

…..speaking of morons… I am conflicted every time I see coverage of these Occupy schlubs. On one hand, like anyone who has actually earned a paycheck, I would like to see most of the them told that they are too old for the sandbox – time to go get a job. On the other hand, I jump for joy over the ...

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To Kill a Mockingbird – The Lynching of Herman Cain

Fifty one years after Harper Lee penned “To Kill a Mockingbird”, we are watching the same story played out in real life. Truth may be as strange as fiction after all. Harper Lee’s novel, set in Maycomb Alabama during the depression, tells the story of two children and the lessons they learned as their father, attorney Atticus Finch, defended an ...

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National Day of "Doing Crap that Actually Matters"

The occupy park benches movement (a.k.a. Obamaville liaison to Big-labor) is planning a “day of action” on Thursday. The New York local office is planning to start a march from city hall, across the Brooklyn bridge and onward to cause grid-lock near the intersection of Wall St. and Broad St. – the approximate location of the New York Stock Exchange. ...

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The Astronaut and His Lady

Watching the Diane Sawyer interview with Commander Mark Kelly regarding his wife’s recovery was truly inspiring! Now, for those who have read the musings of yours truly from yesterday, you know that this writer lost a bit of respect for Mark Kelly after reading an article where he “ripped” Speaker of the House John Boehner for not going by to visit Congresswoman Giffords ...

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Creepy Video Of The Day Courtesy Of Occupy Wall Street

I don’t know what these hipsters think; I really don’t.  This guy (who seems to think he’s clever) comes along side a Fox News reporter and gives a “serial killer” stare into the camera as he walks beside the poor reporter.  Now, I don’t know why these people do this.  They crap on cop cars and screw around with reporters ...

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Yet More "progressive" Insanity

A quick review of the headlines for November 16, 2011 reveals that there’s yet more “progressive” insanity afoot. DEBT JUMPS TO $15 TRILLION… As other cities crack down, DC Council backs ‘Occupiers’… Occupy protesters plan to ‘shut down’ Wall Street on Thursday… ‘You’re going to see what a Molotov cocktail can do to MACY’S’… Protester Arrested for Child Porn at ...

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It’s time for a little activist-on-activist action

The Occupy Wall Street movement started almost two months ago when a ragtag bunch of anti-capitalist demonstrators attempted and failed to take over the famous street that is home  to the New York Stock Exchange. Police had security set so that protesters could not approach the financial institution so the movement .. moved – to Zucotti Park. The 33,000 square-foot ...

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Politicizing A Tragedy and the Loss of Respect For An Astronaut

If you are familiar with the name, but just can’t quite remember where you’ve heard it, Mark Kelly- an astronaut with NASA, is Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ husband. According to The Hill, Mr. Kelly “rips” Speaker of the House John Boehner for not coming to visit Congresswoman Giffords in the hospital, and is upset that he only sent a get well ...

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D.A.M. Attacks Newt As He Surges Towards the Lead in GOP Presidential Race

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is the latest 2012 GOP Presidential candidate to come under attack from false accusations and unnamed sources in a book by the latest member of the Democratic Attack Machine (D.A.M.) to come out of the Liberal closet, Real Clear Politics.  RCP joins a long list of current D.A.M. Operatives that includes Politico, (they ...

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Watching a Cowboy Fall Off His Horse

Some horses come out of the gate strong then fade quickly, while others stay strong throughout the race. When Rick Perry announced his run for the GOP presidential candidacy, he zoomed out of the gate, and at one point looked like he might be able to win the race. However, Perry seemed to lose steam after a short run out ...

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The result of the South Carolina Debate

It is seriously time for the “Right” to move back to the right candidate. That candidate is Michele Bachmann. Last night, 11/12/11, Perry continued to stutter, but fortunately didn’t loose his place in his sentence. But he did overplay his debacle from Wednesday night. He can’t let it go and move on. Most people on Thursday said “That was rough…but, ...

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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words: North Korea vs South Korea

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but this one may be worth more.  As a humble blogger, I can tell you it’s not hard to type 1000 or even 2000 words, but it is difficult to make them compete with a picture like this: This is the difference between North and South Korea on a given night.  ...

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No Whining

You barely turn your television or radio on these days without hearing about the latest antics of the “occupy” wherever group. Over the past few days, I have been listening and watching the group in Dallas. The thing that first caught my attention was when it was reported that a registered sex offender (who did not update his info) raped ...

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Has Anarchy Come To Tulsa, Oklahoma?

I just received an interesting e-mail from OKforTEA telling me that the Tulsa City Council is discussing waving all permits and fees for the “Occupy Wall Street” crowd.  The city council is also thinking about waiving the curfew and insurance requirements.  Well, isn’t this nice of the wonderful, “compassionate” city council members.  Are they going to cave into the demands of ...

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The KinderCare Generation

For those in two–income households who have been wondering what the long–term effects of parking children in daycare would be, the results are in and the news is not good. Quite a few members of the daycare generation are currently occupying Obamavilles in New York City, D.C., Oakland, CA and points in between. This is a natural outcome of society’s ...

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