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Osawatomie Speech – When Were We "On Our Own?" and "Preserve the Middle Class?"

On Tuesday, December 6, 2011, President Barach H. Obama gave an amazing speech while in Osawatomie, Kansas. He said in his speech, “This isn’t about class warfare.” But as fellow Democrat Dale Bumpers testified at the Clinton impeachment trial, “When you hear somebody say, ‘This is not about sex,’ it’s about sex.” Among other things, he said that while a ...

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The Protester – Times 2011 Person Of The Year

Today on the NBC “Today” show, Time magazine announced the “Protester” as their “Person of the Year”. The magazine said the dissent that started in the middle east, and eventually made it’s way to Europe and the United States, has changed the face of global politics. Time said the award recognized the protesters for “redefining people power” around the world. ...

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Bob Cusack Weighs in on GOP Frontrunners

WASHINGTON, Dec. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — In an interview with Focus Washington’s Chuck Conconi, Bob Cusack, managing editor of Congressional newspaper, “The Hill,” discusses the current bid for the Republican presidential nomination. Conconi and Cusack sat down to discuss the Republican frontrunners and what is currently going on in the GOP nomination race. Cusack says, “There has always been this anti-Mitt Romney movement andNewt Gingrich has captured it, but ...

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LightSquared and GPS Interference

Imagine you are at the controls of a small single engine airplane. You are flying in the clouds, relying on your instruments to keep you out of trouble. All you see out your windscreen is gray. You are setting up for an instrument (ILS) approach to a small airport. You are 1000 feet above the ground. To your right is ...

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More Kagan E-mailsCome To Light

Federal law (28 USC 445) requires judges to recuse themselves when they have served as counsel or a witness to the case and when his or her impartiality might be questioned. The law also says justices must recuse themselves if they have “expressed an opinion concerning the merits of the particular case in controversy” while serving in government employment. But ...

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U.S Oil Production to Shut Down Completely? Is That the Goal?

Note: Article revised to include recent decision to allow the bridge to be built, with conditions yet to be named. In the great state of Alaska there is a region that is designated as the National Petroleum Reserve. (NPR, and no, this is not about the National Propaganda Radio, which also goes by NPR) The NPR consists of 23 million ...

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Air Force Confirms Another Drone Crash

The Air Force has confirmed another drone (an unarmed MQ-9) has crashed at an airport at the Island nation of Seychelles. This comes just over a week after the crash of a drone in Iran causing the Iranian defense minister to call on the United States to apologize for the “hostile act” “The cause of the incident is unknown and ...

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Canada Quits Kyoto as Globalists Step Up Climate Change Money-Grab

Two major news headlines came out yesterday, Dec. 11, 2011, that when read separately do not lead the readers to see the complete picture of how one is directly connected to the other. Headline 1, from Business Standard was titled, Canada quits Kyoto Protocol, becomes first nation to do so. The second headline is from Fox News.com titled, >U.N. Climate ...

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According To Government Report Fewer Illegals Migrating From Mexico

The number of arrest by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has decreased significantly over the last three years based on statistics released today. According to the report, the number in of arrest in during fiscal year 2011 was over a 50% decrease from 2008 numbers. CBP Commissioner Alan D. Bersin said that “these numbers illustrate the investments made by ...

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Three Bills for One Tragedy – Penn State & California-style Solutions

By now the tragic, shocking events that transpired at Penn State are common public knowledge.  Ex-assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was re-arrested last week on new charges of child molestation.  That brings the charges against him up to more than 50 counts.  Longtime coach Joe Paterno lost his job as the investigation continues.  The entire scandal from top to bottom ...

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Supreme Court To Decide On Arizona Immigration Law

Today the nations highest court decided to make a decision on Arizona’s Immigration Law. SB 1070, officially called the Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act, has had most of it’s provisions blocked by federal courts up to this point. The courts, for the most part, have sided with the Justice Departments argument that the law will hamper current ...

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There Will be Blood in the Streets Today: Beware of D12

Today, Monday Dec. 12th, 2011 Occupiers, Unions, Migrant workers and all around anarchists are planning to shut down every western shipping port in America. If you are not aware of the past history of violent acts perpetuated by those involved in planning this action, Michelle Malkin has their most recent violence well-documented here. For those of you living and/or working ...

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Cyber Attacks Threaten World Oil Supply

Computers control nearly all aspects of the worlds oil supply today. Increasingly, they are coming under more and more frequent and carefully planned cyber attacks. Hackers conduct industrial espionage and threaten potential global havoc through oil supply disruption. “If anybody gets into the area where you can control opening and closing of valves, or release valves, you can imagine what ...

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VA Tech Gunman Never Displayed Violent Tendencies

Friends and family are still trying to understand why 22 year old Ross Truett Ashley shot and killed Officer Derek Crouse. Ashley, it seems, later shot himself after fleeing on foot. Nic Robinson said “Ross wasn’t that kind of person. He was friendly, nice,”. “Obviously, he had his bad days, but it was the same as anyone else having those ...

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