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Did Barack Obama Miss His Calling?

While delivering a speech at a fundraising event in New York on Thursday night, January 19, President Obama surprised… well, everyone, it seems, when he broke out in song. It’s just a single line, which he said was to thank Al Green, who was at the event, and sang earlier in the evening. I am not a Barack Obama fan- at all– ...

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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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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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LightSquared Complains of Conflict of Interest

In its continuing disregard for public safety, LightSquared filed a complaint with the NASA Investigator General’s office regarding conflicts of interest on the PNT Advisory Board last Wednesday. In its complaint LightSquared claims that Dr. Brad Parkinson, who sits on the Board of Directors of Trimble and was the original program director (1972) and chief architect of the global positioning ...

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Surprise! RomneyCare Costs Exploding / Hidden from the Public

According to this article in The New York Times, “Massachusetts cannot bar legal immigrants from a state health care program, according to a ruling issued Thursday by the state’s highest court, a decision that edges the state closer to its goal of providing near-universal health care coverage to its residents” adding, “The ruling said that a 2009 state budget that ...

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The “Fire Obama” Jobs Numbers

Just in case anyone hasn’t noticed, on Nov. 6th, 2012 Americans will head to the polls to cast their votes in the presidential elections. The choice will be between the winner of the Republican nomination process, and incumbent President Barack Obama. The overwhelming topic that will drive the election is jobs and the economy. Without a stable, vibrant work force, ...

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Reality Check: Racist Politicians

One of the hottest topics currently is the Ron Paul Newsletters. Whether you are a Ron Paul supporter or not, facts are facts, are they not? Is Ron Paul a racist? I do not know the man personally, so I cannot say he is or he isn’t. One thing is for certain: this video puts things in perspective. H/T Williams Tea ...

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U/E Rate Makeover Can’t Hide America’s Beans and Rice Economy

America’s denial of economic reality continued this week with the posting of job growth numbers that are inflated due to the removal of over 4 million out of work Americans in the baseline figures of “worker participation rates.” Please see John Ransom’s article here for some harsh truths as to just how the unemployment numbers are being manipulated today. The ...

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Romney/GOP Desperate for a Win in SC Primary

How desperate are Mitt Romney and the establishment GOP to capture a win in the upcoming GOP South Carolina primary, to be held on Jan 21st? Consider the following: SC Governor Nikki Haley recently came out with what has to be a GOP establishment talking points memo that is being parroted word for word on NewsMax here and the Associated ...

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The Question of Obama’s Eligibility to Serve as President Picks Up Steam

The question of the eligibility of Barack Obama to appear on the 2012 Presidential ballot has picked up steam as lawsuits have been filed in Federal and State District Courts to force the Democrat National Committee, its Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid to show positive proof that Obama meets the parameters laid out by the Constitution ...

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How Much Of What We "See" Is Real?

I found this and posted it to CNC, but realized I should probably share it here, as well. This is an eye-opening video of a project which shows us the “behind-the-scenes” view of media photojournalism. While this particular video highlights the situation in Israel, it will be interesting to see how this project turns out. Are Pakistan and Afghanistan similar? ...

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Will This Endorsement Be The Death Nail In Romney's Coffin?

The 2012 Presidential election is in full swing! Iowa started the “official” kickoff with its caucuses last night. While the majority of the media sat around waiting for missing ballots, Politico delivered what could very well be the death nail in Mr. Mitt “The Only Electabale Candidate” Romney’s coffin: the declaration that John McCain is set to endorse Mitt Romney. The ...

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In Iowa, Gingrich Exposes Romney as a Liar, Media Misfits Call Foul

In Iowa, Newt Gingrich recently gave Nora O’Donnell a dose of reality: In the following video clip courtesy of mediaite.com, Co-Host Nora O’Donnell plays the part (albeit not very well) of a shell-shocked innocent observer that has just been told that the earth is in fact, round,and not flat, while interviewing GOP Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. Never mind the fact ...

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Spain Tries to Tax it's Way out of the Current Depression

Spain’s new government has recently come to grips with the reality that the previous administration downplayed the budget deficits by a significant amount for the year 2011. Upon discovering that the actual national deficit will surpass an astounding 8% of total GDP in Spain, newly elected President Rajoy announced historically massive tax increases and budget cuts for 2012. While the ...

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The “Everyone Gets a Trophy” CF Bowl Game

The college football bowl season has been a long-standing mainstay of American tradition where even the most casual of sports fans gather around their TV sets over the holidays to enjoy the best college football teams from across the country engaging in exciting, highly competitive gridiron battles. Historically, the best teams in the nation are rewarded with big cash bonuses ...

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