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About Those Underpaid Union Teachers

While an amazing 57% of Americans were recently shown to believe that our teachers are underpaid and overworked… FACTS prove otherwise, much to the dismay of Obama and his Union bed-pals working to get him reelected in 2012. A new study by the American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation finds that public school teachers receive total compensation more an ...

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Taxpayer $ Spent On Obama Memoir

Hillary R. Clinton’s State Department spent $70,000 of taxpayer money on books. So what? Well, the State Department spent the money to buy copies of Obama’s 1995 Memoir, “Dreams From My Father.” If Obama earned 10% of the purchase, the normal rate, he made $7,000. The State Department is sending out copies as Christmas gratuities, and stocking “key libraries” around ...

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Wake Up, America!

“Wake Up America” is the newest painting by Jon McNaughton. Mr. McNaughton is truly a gifted artist. “We are enslaved to our debt! Wake up, America… before it’s too late.”  Jon McNaughton On the YouTube description, Mr. McNaughton has written these words:

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Governor Bobby Jindal, GOP Sweep Louisiana Elections

Governor Bobby Jindal won reelection as Governor of Louisiana in the most lopsided victory since it went to an open Primary system in 1975, garnering 66% of the vote. All seven statewide GOP state legislators will also continue new terms in January, 2012.                                   ...

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What or Whom is Behind the Bashing of the 9-9-9 Plan

During the Nevada GOP Presidential debate, we saw Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan attacked by everyone else on stage.  What might surprise some folks is how supposedly Republican Presidential candidates were apparently using leftist propaganda [posing as non-partisan] from Progressive think tanks as the basis for denouncing Cain’s 9-9-9 plan. A mere two hours before the debate, reports started coming out denouncing ...

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The "Great and the Good" Fall Further Out of Touch With Reality

In a recent CNN article titled “Obama goes on the road to promote jobs,” we see the following statement: Obama’s senior strategist David Axelrod vowed Sunday that every part of the bill will reach a vote. “The American people support every single plank of that bill, and we’re going to vote on every single one of them,” Axelrod said on ...

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Jobs, Creating Jobs

It is hard to imagine a presidential candidate that is not focusing on a policy for Jobs creation.  It is the latest pet rock for the political rocket scientists. Here is the flash that is in the pan: “What will you do to create jobs for Americans?” That is what the 2012 presidential race is all about.  Sadly that is ...

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U.S.Treasury Announces 2011 Budget Deficit- 2nd largest in History

The U.S.  Department of the Treasury formally announced this week that the United States budget deficit for the year 2011 was the second largest in U.S. history at $1.299 trillion dollars. The first place award for the irresponsible-spending-and pushing-America towards insolvency-award still belongs to…Barack Obama‘s first year in office of 2009. ($1.412 trillion was borrowed that year to pay for our ...

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CPUSA–> Obama’s Jobs Bill–> OccupyWallStreet

   Communism, Socialism, OccupyWallStreet, and Barack Obama’s Jobs Bill all nestled together under one all-telling blanket.  While the following excerpts may sound familiar to some, the underlying repercussions that come with them may very well  surprise most of our readers: “A better and peaceful world is possible- a world where people and nature come before profits.”  That may sound rosy ...

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White House Senior Staff

Taxpayer watchdog group Judicial Watch released their findings on Michelle Obama’s Africa trip earlier this year. Most of us have already heard about the trip that she took at taxpayer’s expense, but there is some new information you might find interesting. Malia and Sasha were listed on the manifest as “senior staff”. Since when did children qualify as “senior staff”?  ...

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This Toll, Tolls for You

Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell’s successful effort to open the rest stops on I–95 was a very good idea. His current effort to open tollbooths on I–95 is not. McDonnell obviously faces a dilemma: Virginia desperately needs road improvements and faces a backlog of maintenance expenses. Yet the General Assembly refuses to increase funding, much like other GOP–controlled legislatures across the ...

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Orrin Orrin, Orrin…Why?

Senator Orrin Hatch is in a desperate effort to catchup with his constituency.  It is like the old adage “Which way did my people go?  I need to get ahead of them so I can lead them.”  Senator Hatch is falling into the Washington phenomena game among elected officials and candidates.  It is called “Make a list of ten related ...

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Driving Off the Debt Cliff… in a Chevy Volt

 There was a reappearance of the totally-debunked Nancy Pelosi debt chart recently which numerous economic institutions had already deemed it a blatant fallacy with no basis in reality. Politifact gave it a "pants on fire " rating, as in the  "liar,liar pants on fire" chant we used to say as kids when we caught a friend in a blatant lie. ...

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