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Women’s Forum Comments on Wal-Mart Supreme Court Ruling

Member’s of the Independent Women’s Forum speak out on the Supreme Court ruling for Wal-Mart. WASHINGTON, DC – The Supreme Court ruled today on Wal-Mart Stores Inc. v. Dukes, in a case that considered whether roughly 1.5 million employees of Wal-Mart could file a class action lawsuit claiming discrimination. In a 9 to 0 decision, the Court ruled that the ...

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Obama Uses Enron Defense in Gunrunning Scandal

The Obama administration is accused of allowing the illegal sale of guns to those connected to Mexican drug cartels. The FBI said the operation was intended to allow some guns to enter the Mexican drug trade so that they could track the guns and stop that activity. Without understanding how this plan looked good on anything but the back of ...

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Anthony Weiner: Self-Destruction By Pride And Arrogance

I write with a heavy heart today. I sit watching the train wreck that has become Anthony Weiner’s life and my heart aches. First and foremost- yes, I most definitely believe he should have stepped down, and, as my colleague said, it’s about time! But though I agree that he should have stepped down, it is very painful to watch a ...

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House GOP Enables Union Control of Federal Contracts

This week the Republican controlled U.S. House of Representatives had 27 defections to side with Democratic Union buddies on a crucial vote on H.R. 2055, Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies  Appropriations Act. The vote concerned amendment H 411, which was introduced by Steven LaTourette (R-OH) to strike section 415 of the bill. Amendment 411 passed by a total of  204-203. This ...

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Did President Obama Learn Anything While in Puerto Rico ?

  President Barack Hussein Obama recently took his 2012 reelection campaign to the island of Puerto Rico in an attempt to corrall the Puerto Rican vote here in the States. The question is did he learn anything while there from the current Governor of Puerto Rico, Luis Fortuno. Governor Fortuno was elected in the 2008 elections and recieved over 220,00 votes, ...

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Pace Global Announces New VP in Renewable Energy Development Group

FAIRFAX, Va., June 14, 2011 — Pace Global Energy Services has named Tim Heinle as vice president in the renewable energy development group in the Fairfax, VA office. Mr. Heinle’s background in solar, wind and clean fuels project development will be applied in a leadership capacity related to renewable energy development and financing. Fred James, Executive Vice President of Pace ...

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Fox In the Hen House

Our founding fathers knew the dangers of letting government officials and the groups that enforce our laws go unchecked. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has recently granted itself an expansion of power. Don’t get me wrong, I fully support our law enforcement officers and hold them in high regards. However, the problem I have is that they can just expand ...

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F.B.I Grants Themselves New Powers: Congress Proves Irrevelant

There was a time in America when law-abiding citizens were protected from privacy-invading illegals searches and fishing expeditions into their private lives. We no longer have those protections today thanks to the F.B.I. deciding to rewrite their manuals and give themselves the power to basically invade Americans privacy without so much as a reason.  The F.B.I. will have the right ...

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GOP N.H. Debate: What Did We Learn?

The one thing that stands out in my mind after watching the GOP Presidential Debate in New Hampshire last night is that we have a stronger, more potent group of challengers to Barack Obama than most people know, or are willing to admit today, especially in the media. While we have been told there is no front-runner, or no real stand-out ...

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Obama Sides With Communists / Turns Back on UK in Falklands Issue

Just when Americans are realising that Barack Hussein Obama is in fact an anti-American Socio-Marxist at heart, Mr. Obama shows us that he has deep Communist sympathies in an announcement from the UK Telegraph: Another slap in the face for Britain: the Obama administration sides with Argentina and Venezuela in OAS declaration on the Falklands.President Obama was effusive in his ...

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Newt Gingrich Stands Alone!

Breaking News Breaking News just came out this evening that ALL of Newt Gingrich’s top campaign staff members have resigned due to “irreconcilable differences” in the direction of the campaign! This now leaves a gaping hole for Mr. Gingrich to try to plug, all the while trying to continue his presidential campaign, which has gotten off to quite a rocky start ...

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Rick Santorum and America’s Lack of Morals

Rick Santorum, the former Senator from Pennsylvania officially announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for President in 2012 without much fanfare or intense media coverage like that which was given to Mitt Romney when he announced. As a matter of fact, what media coverage Santorum did receive was usually in the form of denouncing him as “too conservative” or ...

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EU Bailout Money Going to UK/ German Banks- U.S to Bailout Greece?

Many Americans were kind of surprised when German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived for what was largely an unannounced White House visit recently. While many self-proclaimed political experts surmised that the main topic of discussion would be the ongoing three wars the U.S. is currently in, the real agenda has come out recently via thegatewaypundit: After tripling the US deficit and with unemployment ...

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Governor Scott Secures New Canadian Company HQ for Florida

In the following press release*  Governor Scott announces that Garda Security of Montreal, Canada will be relocating their U.S. Headquarters to Boca Raton Florida from California. Citing Florida’s recent business-friendly atmosphere, Garda President and CEO Stephan Cretier stated: “We have been extremely impressed with the vibrant business climate that the state of Florida is working to create. We appreciate the cooperation ...

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Economics Index Falls 0.9 Percent in May

MINNEAPOLIS and LOS ANGELES, June 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The Ceridian-UCLA Pulse of Commerce Index™ (PCI), issued today by the UCLA Anderson School of Management and Ceridian Corporation fell 0.9 percent on a seasonally and workday adjusted basis in May, after falling 0.5 percent in April. “The index has now declined in four of the first five months of 2011, and in eight of ...

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