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Forks Confiscated at Obama Latino Rally

It was forkless Friday at the Obama Latino luncheon today. No knives were allowed at the tables either. One has to ask if those attending the $5,000 a plate Obama dinners were reduced to using sporks.  

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Fast and Furious and Further Proof That the Obama Administration Is Delusional

Yes, we’ve been saying it all along that Obama and the three-ring circus, otherwise known as his administration, and the Democrats on the Hill, are absolutely delusional. In what should be a futile attempt to protect Attorney General Eric Holder, Nancy Pelosi stepped in it yet again. Yes, she really is that stupid. No, Nancy, this doesn’t have a damn ...

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Vast Right Wing Conspiracy Part Duh

Apparently suffering the long term effects of habitual Botox abuse, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi again defied the grounding gravity of logic to concoct a thread bare story trying to tie Wednesday’s contempt of Congress proceedings in the House of Representatives to unproven allegations of voter suppression. “It is no accident; it is no coincidence that the attorney general of ...

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Obama Autobiography: Fact or Fiction?

Generally when one in public office publishes an autobiography it is anticipated that intrepid investigative reporters will search through it for inaccuracies. Apparently, not so with Obama’s Dreams From My Father. This autobiography was praised and the history of Obama’s early life helped him relate to many Americans. One might expect that an autobiography would contain embellished stories based on ...

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Corporate Profits Not a Dirty Word for the Majority of Americans

PRINCETON, N.J., June 22, 2012  — A new ORC International survey continues to find that Americans have historically been in favor of letting Corporate America make all the profit they can. Today, almost two-thirds (65%) of US adults say companies should be allowed to make all the profit can.   ORC International’s CARAVAN® omnibus survey updated a question first asked 1946 and last ...

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Inhofe Review Act Defeat Will Hurt U.S Economy

SENATE VOTE WILL CAUSE JOB LOSS AND INCREASE ELECTRICITY RATES WASHINGTON, June 22, 2012  — The U.S. Senate held an up-or-down vote Wednesday on Sen. James Inhofe’s (R-Okla.) resolution (S.J. Res. 37) to overturn the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) onerous Utility MACT rule. The resolution was defeated by a vote of 53 to 46. The pending new EPA rule will be the ...

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Moody Banks, Sad Ecomony

The American financial sector has taken another yet another hit today.  Moody’s downgrade of these 15 banks could not have come at a more dangerous time.  With unemployment starting to track up again, and this downgrade of major firms and securities that have global market reach, Greece, Spain, and the Eurozone all have economic problems which could cause a huge ...

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Weak Senate Votes Down Minimal Food Stamp Cuts

Americans are speaking out demanding that the excessive spending be stopped. But is Congress hearing? Under the Obama administration the Food Stamp program (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) has skyrocketed with 44 million now receiving assistance. A proposed amendment by Senator Jeff Sessions giving a modest cut to the program was voted down by the Democratic Senate. The amendment was hoped ...

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Commerce Secretary Leaves Obama Administration

The White House reported today that Commerce Secretary John Bryson resigned from the Obama administration on Wednesday. Bryson had been on medical leave ever since June 11th following a bizarre series of crashes earlier this month that were blamed on a mysterious and sudden onset of seizures. Accepting Bryson’s resignation letter, the President said, ““I want to extend my deepest thanks and ...

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Mitch Daniels to Drop Out of Politics

After completing his current term as Indiana’s governor in January, Gov. Daniels will drop out of politics completely and take the position of University of Purdue President. The Purdue Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Daniels acceptance  on Thursday after multiple interviews with the search committee. Daniels will replace outgoing President France Cordova who will step down in July after ...

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American Technology!

Meet EMILY, a robotic lifeguard that assists swimmers. Designed by Hydronalix, a US start-up company, this new device is currently being tested on the shores of California. The 25 lb remote controlled robot can travel up to 40 miles per hour reaching an overcome victim minutes before the rescuers. Meant as a flotation device EMILY offers rest to swimmers needing ...

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Senator Obama Scolded Bush Over Executive Privilege Use

As the House Oversight Committee moves to a vote today on whether or not to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt over the infamous gun-running program, Fast and Furious, President Obama has claimed executive privilege in an attempt to shield Holder. The power of executive privilege, while not expressly granted in the Constitution, has been upheld by the Supreme ...

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