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Muslims Destroy Cross, Gravestones of British WWII Vets!

Have you seen this video of the desecration of the graves of British Soldiers? It happened in Libya and the video was first published on conservativebyte.com earlier today. They not only go after the gravestones, but they attempt to destroy a cross, the emblem of the Christian religion. Watch. http://conservativebyte.com/2012/03/muslims-destroy-graves-of-wwii-heroes/ Why are they doing this? Answer: Muslims were in league with ...

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Firefighters in Drag Battle Truck Blaze along St. Patty’s Day Parade Route!

Sauk Center MN -Volunteer Firefighters from Sedan Minnesota were not prepared to work on Saint Patrick’s Day last weekend, they were involved in a holiday parade and fundraiser. But when a truck engine caught fire along the route and that fire threatened other vehicles, they sprung into action. The only problem was, they were a little over dressed for the ...

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U.S. Chamber Challenges Legality of NLRB Appointments

The U.S. Chamber and the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace (CDW) asked the DC Circuit for permission to join a lawsuit challenging the validity of three “recess” appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) last Thursday. Invalidating those recess appointments would prevent the NLRB from making rulings due to lack of quorum. Tom Donohue, president and CEO of the Chamber ...

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Is The Illinois Election Rigged?

Is the Illinois GOP Primary election rigged?  We don’t know, here at CDN, but it’s a question that was asked over at SGTReport.com.  They’re reporting that the election results for tonight’s Illinois Primary were posted a full 24 hours early on a Chicago ABC website.  What’s interesting is that these results were pretty detailed.  They included the candidate’s names from ...

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TSA as air travel mafia

“You pay me a little, young lady, and I’ll make sure those nasty security guards keep their paws off you.” Ok, so the Transportation Safety Administration isn’t running around like one of Tony Soprano’s crew collecting protection fees, but they may as well be. Stumbled across this one at Moonbattery, and just couldn’t let it go. Selected travelers will soon ...

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2 Wrongs Don’t Make a Right

The rush to quell fears that the president’s latest executive order is a vast overreach of authority seems to have grabbed hold of both left and right pundits by the teeth. Clamoring in desperation to sound “reasonable” and “fair” their justification for the president’s move sounds a lot like, “well it’s always been done this way so it must be ...

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How ethical is your state?

The results of the State Integrity Investigation, a joint effort by The Center for Public Integrity, Global Integrity, and Public Radio International, were released today. Presumably to keep things relatively simple, grades were given to each state on an A through F scale. Now, not to keep everyone in suspense, no one did well. There wasn’t a single state that ...

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Mitt Romney (Really) Doesn’t Have That Much Money

Romney’s “2 Cadillacs” and “my friends own NASCAR teams” stories might seem like old news now, but if he gets the GOP’s nod, you can bet that stories about his wealth will begin to circulate again in preparation for this fall’s election.  Since 80% of Conservatives seem to think he’s going to win the nomination (and he has the largest ...

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The Road We’ve Traveled: Barack Obama’s 17 Min Hollywood Style Campaign Video

From the BarackObamaDotCom YouTube Channel: “Remember how far we’ve come. From Academy Award®-winning director Davis Guggenheim: “The Road We’ve Traveled”. This film gives an inside look at some of the tough calls President Obama made to get our country back on track. Featuring interviews from President Bill Clinton, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Elizabeth Warren, David Axelrod, Austan Goolsbee, and more. It’s ...

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Married To The Game Mar 17th: Apple, The Primary, And Your Introduction To SooperMexican

This weekend’s show was a little more informal than most.  We discussed what it’s like to be an Apple computer owner for the first time, and we touched a little bit on Apple’s performance in the market (as the world’s most valuable company).  We discussed the differences between the Verizon and AT&T iPads (yup there’s actually some differences). We talked ...

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A Call To All Women

  Let me begin by telling you I am not Catholic. But today I join many who stand with the Catholic Church. Women, in particular need to speak up and take action.  As you know, one part of the new Affordable Health Care Act mandates that ‘free’ contraception be provided by all employers. The Catholic Church objects to this as ...

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“STOP KONY” Creater Allegedly Seen Naked And Thrashing In The Street

By now you’ve probably heard about the Stop Kony video, but now we’re hearing more and more about its creators.  And from the looks of things, we’re seeing more too.  While the video doesn’t exactly show the man’s kibbles and bits, their is full, rear nudity.  Play at your discretion.  (may not be safe for work)  The best part?  His ...

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