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Will Obama Go To War With Iran?

If the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) November, 2011, report is correct, Iran will soon join the ranks of the world’s nuclear powers. Because of the Obama administration’s reluctance to confront this threat, others must begin preparing the case for a military strike to destroy Iran’s nuclear program. President Barack Hussein Obama has avoided Iran’s explicit military threats. Rather, he ...

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An Open Letter To Newsweek Magazine

It goes beyond nauseatingly putrid that your once fine magazine has regressed into nothing more than a blatantly obvious propaganda tool of the unconstitutional, anti-American, fringe “progressive” Marxist agenda. On exactly what basis are you so eminently qualified as to make the determination that Patriotic Americans who want our country to follow the original intent and first principles of the ...

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Keystone Pipeline: Why Obama Said No; And What Happens Now?

Yesterday the Obama administration announced he was declining the Keystone XL pipeline application due to the Republicans setting an “unreasonable timeline” of February 21, 2012 for a decision. That George W. Bush, still causing problems for Obama!!! Obama wanted to put it off until after the 2012 elections so he could continue to draw campaign money from both sides. As ...

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Reporter Blows the Lid Off DNC “Secret Media Meeting”

The Democratic National Convention will be held in Charlotte, N.C. this year. As The Charlotte Observer reports, the DNC committee has decided to shorten the 2012 national convention from 4 days to three, and has also decided to move the events to Charlotte’s two biggest outdoor arenas, Bank of America Stadium and Charlotte Motor Speedway. On Thursday, Mark Washburn, also ...

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Navy Biofuel Contract: Another Solyndra?

At a time when the military budget is under attack and is being cut, the Department of Agriculture and Department of the Navy announced earlier this month (December, 2011) that the Navy bought 450,000 gallons of biofuel at $26 per gallon, $16 per gallon if the biofuel is mixed with regular jet fuel. That is up to nine times the ...

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"Blog post: Wasserman Parents Go to Jail – not correct"

UPDATE: The original publisher is now saying that the sources are “conflicting” – as such, take the information in this post with some regard. Quote for the originating editor: “[Note – It would seem that some sources for the relationship that Wasserman has are in conflict. Some say that Diana Wasserman is her mother and some do not.  This source has her ...

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More Financial Difficulties in Solar Industry

Another solar panel company has laid off half of its workforce after receiving millions of tax dollars in the form of loans, grants, and tax credits. The company was lauded by VP Joe Biden, U S Secretary of labor Hilda Solis, and former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland as being a “model of innovation and success”. The company had 80 employees ...

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Keystone XL Pipeline Nixed By Obama Administration

According to reports out today, the Obama administration will reject TransCanada Corp. (TRP)’s Keystone XL oil pipeline. The company will be allowed to file a revised route that avoids an environmentally sensitive area in Nebraska, according to people familiar with the decision. The decision is expected to be officially announced today by the State Department. The project, which crosses six ...

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Who Will Herman Endorse?

  Herman Cain, former GOP presidential candidate, is scheduled to make an endorsement and announcement Thursday morning on his hometown radio station, News/Talk 750AM WSB in Atlanta. The announcement, being billed as “unconventional,” will be aired live at 8:45am EST as a part of the regularly scheduled Neal Boortz radio show. You can listen live at wsbradio.com. The local radio ...

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Obama, Holder, and Voter ID

On Monday, January 16, 2012, Attorney General Eric Holder said, “Protecting the right to vote, ensuring meaningful access, and combating discrimination must be viewed not only as a legal issue but as a moral imperative. And ensuring that every eligible citizen has the right to vote must become our common cause.” He claims that voter identification is discriminatory because it ...

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Reporter Tweets: Obama to Deny KeyStone XL Pipeline

Washington Post reporter Juliet Eilperin tweeted that, according to her sources, Obama was going to deny the Keystone XL pipeline via the U.S. State Department. Obama will deny the Keystone XL pipeline but allow TransCanada to reapply with an alternate route through Nebraska, according to sources. The denial is not the final nail in the pipeline’s coffin as Transcanada will ...

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says Romney should release tax returns

Mitt Romney supporter Gov. Chris Christie now joins democrats and other GOP presidential candidates in saying Romney should release his tax returns. On MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Christie said the following: “The way I’ve conducted myself in my public life all along is I’ve released all my tax returns, and I did it during the campaign — went back a number ...

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NY Governor Cuomo Proposes End To Ballistic ID Database

In his budget proposal speech yesterday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo proposed eliminating the state’s decade-old Combined Ballistic Identification System (CoBIS) as part of a budget which includes substantial spending cuts, pension reform, Medicaid mandate relief and a pay-for-performance program for public school teachers. CoBIS, which electronically scans spent shell casings from new handguns sold in the state, has cost ...

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More judicial tyranny in Sharia law ruling

When judges are deciding cases in American courts, you’d think we would want to limit them to using laws that were enacted by our elected representatives.  Not so according to U.S. District Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange.  In fact, she believes it could actually be unconstitutional. In the 2010 election, the voters of Oklahoma approved an amendment to that state’s constitution that ...

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Regarding Marines In Video, Some Context, Please!

How about a little context here! The video of Marine snipers urinating on Taliban corpses has gone viral on the Internet. I have yet to see, either on the Internet or the MSM, what the late Paul Harvey called “the rest of the story.” Regarding urinating on corpses: dumb, yes; shocking, no. But what do you expect from Marines thrown ...

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