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Obama Fleeces Seniors to Pay for Jobs Bill

As President Obama lands his taxpayer-funded corporate jet in North Carolina and Virginia this week, and then takes a short bus ride to speak to the people about his jobs bill, it would be nice if Senior citizens showed up to confront him about the provision in his jobs bill that mandates a government kickback for every single medicare/medicaid prescription ...

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Poll: CEOs Prefer Romney as GOP Candidate; Cain Rising Fast

GREENWICH, Conn., Oct. 17, 2011 — An exclusive poll shows CEOs prefer Mitt Romney as the GOP’s presidential candidate next November, according to ChiefExecutive.net. Over 43% of CEOs chose Romney as their preferred candidate while 25.6% chose another former CEO, Herman Cain. Jon Huntsman was third with 8.1% of CEO support. “The support of CEOs provides a powerful endorsement in an election focused on economic revitalization ...

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IRD: Lord's Resistance Army Not Christian

WASHINGTON, Oct. 17, 2011  — Guerilla fighters accused of atrocities in northern Uganda and South Sudan are not a legitimate Christian group, according to an official with the Institute on Religion and Democracy (IRD). The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) operates in Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan, and the Central African Republic. Raids by the group on remote locations ...

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IndyCar Crash in Vegas Kills Dan Wheldon [Video]

On Sunday, the very popular winner of this year’s Indianapolis 500 Dan Wheldon was killed when his open wheels #77 IndyCar went air born during a 15 car pileup at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The announcement of Wheldon’s demise came from IndyCar series CEO Randy Bernard: IndyCar is very sad to announce that Dan Wheldon has passed away from ...

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Marxism on Full Display in DC on Saturday

The {fake}Reverend Al Sharpton led  a rally in our nation’s capitol today, which originally was supposed to be a demand for Congress to pass Obama’s Jobs bill. The U.S. Senate put the kibosh on those plans, as it voted down Obama’s jobs bill last week. That did not prevent the latest faux  journolist to be put on national display at MSNBC  from ...

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Homeschool Parents to Lose Children Permanently

PURCELLVILLE, Va., Oct. 12, 2011 — Swedish officials on the Island of Gotland are seeking to terminate the parental rights of homeschool parents Christer and Annie Johansson. The latest development in this monumental homeschool rights case started when the state seized the parents seven year old son in June 2009. Domenic, now 9 years old, has been held in state foster care ...

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EU to Cut 75% of Food for the Poor Programs in 2012

In an odd twist of fate we see just what happens when European Big Government Socialism runs into reality as the EU announced that starting Jan 1, 2012 they will be cutting 75% of the funding that feeds 18 million of it’s poorest citizens. The Food for the Deprived program dates back to 1987 when it relied heavily on heavy ...

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Study: PPACA Changes to Medicare Equal Less Benefits, Fewer Choices & Decreased Enrollment

WASHINGTON, Oct. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) will dramatically reduce the number and variety of healthcare plan choices available to seniors and reduce benefits and enrollment, according to a new study released today by the American Action Forum.  The report outlines that by 2017 nearly all Medicare Advantage (MA) enrollees will find that the plan ...

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Herman Cain Takes Commanding Lead in PPP National Poll

While Public Policy Polling’s Iowa results showed Cain up large (30-22 over Mitt Romney), he had yet to lead that widely on a national level – until today. PPP released their monthly poll which shows Cain over Romney by the same margin as the Iowa poll – 30-22. Important to note is that this monthly poll concluded on the 10th ...

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Gov.Jerry Brown Vetoes Babysitter Bill, Signs Gardasil Mandate

I recently wrote an article exposing the 600 bills waiting on California Governor Jerry Brown’s desk.  The sheer number of bills combined with their stifling and oppressive content caught the attention of a lot of readers.  Many people were shocked by some of the proposed bills that included a bill to establish a Fitness Award in schools, one banning minors ...

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October 11th GOP Presidential Debate [Full Video]

Overview Last night, October 11th, the remaining field of GOP candidates faced-off in a Republican Presidential Debate. The event was held in Hanover, New Hampshire at Dartmouth College. Participating was Representative Michele Bachmann , Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, former Governor Jon Huntsman, Rep. Ron Paul, Governor Rick Perry, former Governor Mitt Romney and former Senator Rick Santorum. Host of the ...

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Jobs Bill Goes Down in Flames in Senate Vote

President Obama’s fabled American Jobs Act failed in a vote in the United States Senate last night, 50-49. While the AP states that “The Senate Republicans voted last night to ‘kill’ the jobs package,” Democratic Senators Ben Nelson and Jon tester both also voted against Obama’s jobs bill. They are both up for reelection in states Obama figures to lose ...

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Occupy Wall Street: A Movement Only Taught at Universities? Part 1 of 3

Occupy Wall Street seemingly appeared out of nowhere. But is it a grassroots movement? If you were to ask any protestor, they would assure you they are. In addition they would also ensure you understood they are leaderless and have no demands. While on the exterior Occupy Wall Street appears to be grassroots but is it? OWS protestors are unified ...

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Made in the USA Foundation Files FTC Complaints Against Chrysler and Ford for Misleading Ads

WASHINGTON, Oct. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ –The Made in the USA Foundation has filed two complaints with the Federal Trade Commission against U.S. auto manufacturers (Ford and Chrysler) for misleading ads, claiming certain vehicles were made in the United States when they were actually imported. The Foundation filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission against Chrysler Corporation for its television and print ads for the Chrysler ...

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