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S&P Deems America a Credit Risk, Hoyer Pushes Pelosi to the Side

  From Standard and Poor’s official website: Because the U.S. has, relative to its ‘AAA’ peers, what we consider to be very large budget deficits and rising government indebtedness and the path to addressing these is not clear to us, we have revised our outlook on the long-term rating to negative from stable. (emphasis mine)      Of note there, is ...

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Governor Scott’s Easter Message for Florida

                                                                          Statement from Governor Rick Scott                                                                            Regarding the Easter Holiday             “This Sunday, my family and I will join Christians throughout the state of Florida in celebrating the Easter holiday. This is a joyous time to share in all the miracles of life and enjoy the blessings of family and friends. The Easter holiday celebrates our salvation and commemorates ...

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The Trump-Bashing Bandwagon

The list of people bashing, trashing and attacking Donald trump today is about the only thing  growing faster than our national debt. Many seemingly respectful writers, bloggers, newsies, politicians and self-titled intellectuals are all of a sudden turning into blathering, whining, sniveling , backbiting potshot artists all lining up to denounce Donald Trump today. This childish rhetoric seems to go way beyond ...

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Obama Administration Goes After Boeing to Protect Unions

Boeing corporation moved a portion of its Dreamliner 787 production line from Washington state to a $750 million South Carolina facility after failure to negotiate a contract with unions. Now that the East Coast facility is just three months from initial production, the Obama administration’s National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has filed what may be the largest labor lawsuit in ...

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Liberal Personal Attack On A Special Needs Child Backfires!

It took a lot of prayer for me to write an email to a fellow journalist yesterday. I had read a post by Jack Stuef at the liberal site wonkette.com unabashedly attack little Trig Palin. I refuse to post anything that was said on the site, but I can assure you it was beyond hateful. Tonight, on our radio show The ...

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A Common Sense Approach To The National Debt

It is with great pleasure that I dedicate this article to my Dad. I ask you to indulge me for just a moment as I give you some “behind-the-scene” information before I address the title issue of this article, the National Debt. For many years, my Dad and I had a strained relationship. Over the years we have determined that ...

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Obama Gets Testy in Tense Texas Interview [Video]

On Monday afternoon, President Obama sat for an interview with a reporter from a North Texas television station. For once, an interviewer asked tough questions and even corrected the President when he got the facts wrong. The interviewer first put the President on the defensive when he asked him why he thought is poll numbers were so low in Texas. ...

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How to Help Those Hit by Tornadoes in North Carolina

We were headed out of town the morning that all hell broke lose in North Carolina. More than 60 tornadoes touch downand at least 22 North Carolinians lost their lives. Many more have lost their homes, clothing, or places of work and need our help. I’m volunteering for clean-up efforts, but here’s how you can help if you don’t live ...

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Why Do Democrats Want an Internet Shopping Tax

Call it the eBay or Amazon tax – or perhaps the Barnes and Nobles, Apple Store or New York Times Online tax – call it whatever you like, but it is a tax. A tax proposed by Illinois’ own Senator Duck Durbin (D) that will be levied on all online purchases. The Main Street Fairness Act, as Sen. Durbin’s bill ...

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Reminder: Tax Day is Tomorrow, A Trip Down “Memory Lane”

     April 15th is our national tax day deadline. This is the day many hard working Americans will run around frantically trying to get the income tax statements mailed into the IRS by the stroke of midnight, lest the nasty collection agents and thuggish IRS bullies start threatening anyone who has missed this all important deadline. If you will notice in ...

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Herman Cain Responds to Obama Budget

Stockbridge, GA – Potential Republican presidential candidate and longtime corporate executive Herman Cain responded to President Obama’s speech at 1:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 13, 2011 regarding his budget proposal, saying: President Obama’s address proved yet again that he values ideology over basic economics and leadership. His budget employs his typical class warfare tactics, insisting on taxing America’s job creators into ...

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Obama’s Budget Deficit Reduction Speech – Full Text and Video

Obama explained his vision for the road to deficit reductions on Wednesday. In a speech that was light on details and heavy on the campaign rhetoric, he reminded Americans of the things most critical to his “progressive vision”. Obama claims that his plan will cut $4 Trillion from budget deficits over 12 years. Where would that leave the total debt ...

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Debt Ceiling Vote: Look at the Hypocrites Come out.

    The endless budget debate in Washington D. C. will ratchet up again next week as Democrats will push to raise the debt ceiling again, while Republicans will demand serious budget cuts in a trade-off for their support for raising the debt ceiling.  Make no mistake  either way, the people paying for all this will eventually see the debt ceiling ...

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George Soros and The New World Order [PodCast]

George Soros is a threat the the American way of life.  This broadcast makes it more evident than ever.   Click HERE to listen to the streaming audio or right click on it to save it for later or your MP3/iToy.

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T-Paw: “I’m Running for President”, Sort of

Former Minnesota Governor, Tim Pawlenty (R) announced on Tuesday night on CNN’s “Pierce Morgan Tonight” that he is indeed running for President. I’m not putting my hat in the ring rhetorically or ultimately for vice president. I’m focused on running for president. After his appearance and speeches at the 2011 CPAC, it is no great surprise to those paying close ...

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