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Christian organization launches Hurricane Sandy volunteer site

BOSTON, Oct. 31, 2012  — Families affected by Hurricane Sandy can post their needs and service opportunities online at www.HurricaneSandyVolunteer.org. The website was launched by TechMission, a Christian nonprofit organization based in Boston, which also runs one of the largest online volunteer matching websites, ChristianVolunteering.org. The goal of HurricaneSandyVolunteer.org is to match needs of families with resources of church members. ...

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Los Angeles Daily News Endorses Mitt Romney

On Saturday, the Los Angeles Daily News, the second largest newspaper in the L.A area, endorsed Republican candidate Mitt Romney for President. Note that the Daily News endorsed Barack Obama in 2008. FOUR years ago, as America faced serious trouble at home and abroad, this news organization embraced the need for bold change to a different brand of leadership and ...

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Quad City Times and Des Moines Register Endorse Mitt Romney

All across the country, newspapers are sending out their endorsements to the candidates of their choice. Last election cycle, then Senator Barack Obama recieved an overwhelming amount of endorsements compared to Senator McCain, but this time around the tides are turning. Two of the most influencial newspapers in the countries have both sided with Republican Candidate Mitt Romney. The Quad ...

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Coast Guard Rescue of HMS Bounty

A replica tall ship, the HMS Bounty was caught in Hurricane Sandy Monday. Though the crew tried to sail around the storm they lost propulsion and began taking on water forcing them to abandon ship. All but two of the crew were able to make it into the emergency rafts. At least one crew member died from injuries sustained, In ...

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Twitter, Secret Service, and Executive Orders, Oh My!

The expansion of social media, and most especially twitter has created a new and powerful way in which citizens within the United States and everywhere around the world interact with each other.  This new and wondrous form of interaction has changed the way information is shared, it has impacted person lives, political lives, and hollywood lives, and has also assist ...

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Reviewing the news: Benghazi, Bad polls, bad ads, Mitt-mentum and more

The last week has brought some incredible news to light about the terrorist attack in Benghazi, showed us that many of the battleground polls being cited are weighted wrong, saw Mitt Romney’s momentum accelerate and taught us that voting for the President is like sex.. or something. Benghazi and the Obama Administration The murder of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya ...

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Obama Refuses To Answer Direct Questions On “Requests For Help” In Benghazi

Obama seemed a little indignant, to something his staff shields him from—a News reporter asking the hard questions.  In a Denver 9News Report, Obama was asked direct questions about the “stand down” orders and why requests for help were denied during the ongoing attacks in Benghazi.  Obama, talking “around” the direct questions responded: “Well, we are finding out exactly what ...

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Obama Campaign Desperate for Cash

Forget about “Frankenstorm”. You want to know who is really panicking now? Jim Messina and Julianna Smoot are shaking in their boots. Why? Because Mitt Romney’s campaign managed to collect $21 million more than Obama’s campaign so far this month! First, from Jim Messina at around 6pm EDT today: I’m asking you to dig deep, because I have some bad ...

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Gallup poll shows most polls weighted incorrectly

Gallup released a poll indicating the make-up of the American electorate for the 2012 election today. If the survey results are accurate, almost every poll conducted so far of likely voters has been weighted wrong and the outcome of the election could be much different that pollsters are reporting. The survey shows that while in 2008 voters were 54% Democratic ...

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GDP up due to federal spending

The Commerce Department published its preliminary estimate of third quarter GDP showing an increase to 2.0% growth vs. the second quarter final number of 1.3%. Tearing into the numbers, government spending and a drop in imports seem to be the largest reason for the favorable change to GDP, while commercial investment, exports and private inventory investment were leading declining values ...

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UPDATE: Criminal Investigation Launched in Rep Moran Voter Fraud Scandal

Virginia Congressman Jim Moran’s son and former campaign field director is now the subject of a criminal investigation, according to the Arlington County Police Department. The investigation has been opened as a result of the James O’Keefe video released yesterday that exposes Patrick Moran aiding an undercover citizen journalist commit voter fraud, including suggesting that the journalist forge utility bills. ...

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Father of Benghazi Hero Asks for Truth

The father of one of the men killed at Benghazi in the September 11 attack called the Lars Larson radio show this week. Charles Woods, father of ex-Navy Seal Tyrone Woods, spoke for nearly 15 minutes. As the truth slowly is pried  from the White House and State Department there appear to be multiple story lines and possible distractions. Was this administration ...

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Massive Crowd at Romney-Ryan Rally in Colorado

I don’t have any insights as I was half a nation away from the event, but by all accounts, this rally was huge. To give you some scope, here’s a panoramic shot of the crowd (click on the image to pan 360 degrees). Notice how far back the crowd went (actually you can’t tell because they go further than the ...

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