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Alpine Crash Pilot Was Locked Out of Cockpit

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While facts and theories are appearing by the minute, the cockpit voice recorder from the Germanwings crash now indicates that one of the pilots got locked out of the cockpit. Officials describe cockpit conversations and radio transmissions as calm, cool and collected during the first part of the flight, but prior to the crash, the cockpit voice recorder indicated that ...

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Netanyahu Wins!!!Obama Chagrins!!!

Netanyahu won in a landslide election after Obama’s best efforts to unseat him using our taxpayer funded dollars. This is unprecedented. Never in our history has a sitting president interfered so much in another country’s election in an effort to unseat him with all his hacks and aides on the ground there. To make matters worse Obama did not even ...

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Most Transparent Administration Ever Removes Transparency Regulations on .. Itself

The Obama Administration is deleting a regulation that subjects the White House Office of Administration to the Freedom of Information Act. Obama no longer wishes that the White House Office of Administration be subjected to public or media  scrutiny. By shielding that office from FOIA requests, the President is closing the door that many media agencies (including this one) rely ...

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Right to Work States Have Healthier Economies

This week Wisconsin became the 25th state in the union to pass and sign into law so-called “right to work” legislation. Despite the pejorative light oftentimes associated with right to Work (RTW) laws, in reality all they do is proscribe the requirement that a worker join or pay dues to a union as a qualification for employment. Unions often view ...

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Duty to Country Is Deadly Business

I awoke to the news that 7 Marines and 4 Army soldiers went missing, all presumed dead, after a special operations training mission helicopter crashed not far from where I live; not far from the pristine beach where I took the picture that sits atop my Facebook page. It is a sober reminder that those who volunteer to place themselves ...

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Some Fundamental Problems With Common Core

Common Core State Standards for education were advanced as a holistic reform intended to raise academic performance based on standardized achievement results. When reading the standards themselves, and the stated objectives, it’s inconceivable that anyone would take exception to them. Indeed, the education reform language sounds as idealistic and pertinent as any could. They were superbly crafted. Regrettably, in application, ...

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Obama: ICE Officials Will Enforce Executive Amnesty – Or Else!

While Obama’s authority to grant amnesty for immigrants illegally entering the United States has been quashed by a Federal judge, the President seems indignant and re-affirms that his dictates are the rule of law – or else. DIAZ-BALART:  But what are the consequences?  Because how do you ensure that ICE agents or Border Patrol won’t be deporting people like this?  I mean, what are ...

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Who’s Killing Who in the U.S. the REAL facts!

Remember when your parents told you to believe half of what you see and almost none of what you hear? I think of that every time I see a Tweet or Facebook post from people I know never check out their information. These erroneous “posts” get traction mostly because they are received by friends and family who think you would ...

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NYT: Concealed Carry Permit Holders are Murderers .. or something

Misleading statistics have never kept the New York Times from reporting a non-existent problem before and they certainly could not be slowed when coming to the problem of concealed carry permit holders running around killing folks. The article starts out with an Obama-esq “there should be no disputing” line when referencing the highly misleading statistics the entire questionably-written piece is based ...

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Reuters gets suckered into protecting democrats over Netanyahu appearance

President Obama doesn’t like Israeli Prime Minister Netanhayu. He never has and never will. Now, the House of Representatives has invited the leader of Isreal to speak before a vote on an Iran bill and Reuters has decided to defend.. the Democrats. Former House Leader Nancy Pelosi has spent the past week making excuses for why Democrats may not have ...

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Why Lower Gas Prices Are NOT Allowing Consumer Revival

The drastically lower cost of gasoline was supposed to lead to a huge revival of consumer spending – why hasn’t that happened? Economic theory assumes that if a consumer has more money available, they will spend it. One of American’s major expenses is on energy. Put these two together and consumers should be running amok on Amazon.com, eBay and local ...

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Why are vaccinated people so afraid of an outbreak?

If vaccines are so effective and safe, then why are the approximately 93% of the population who are vaccinated for measles, so afraid of the 7% of the population who chose not to vaccinate? The vaccination supposedly makes you immune so that you cannot contract the disease, right? So what are all these vaccinated people afraid of? I can’t figure ...

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Why the government struggles with your health

For decades, Americans have paid attention to the government when making food and health decisions – are Americans sure they’re getting the best advice? Margarine good, butter bad .. until recently. Now, scientists know how to fix your genes to live longer, but… Bottled-water good – then bad. Margarine good, then basically a chemically-engineered plastic with no benefits, anti-psychotic drugs ...

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