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- USA Today Reports: Ukrainian City ‘Registering’ Jews
- Alert: BLM committed animal atrocities, shot cows from helicopters, constructed mass graves at Bundy Ranch
- Sebelius’ Shameful Legacy
- Did Feds Kill Bundy Rancher Cattle, Destory Water Tanks and Run Over Tortoise Dens?
- RUSH: HuffPo Takes ObamaCare Chaos To Move The Ball Further Towards Single Payer
- Gutfeld: Big Government Is Grand, If You Don’t Feel Its Hand
- Watcher’s Council Nominations – Yippee-Ki-Yay Edition
- RUSH: The Biggest Problem We Have With Voting Is Illegal Voting
- Beck Debunks Nevada Chicom Solar Plan but Reid Has Another One
- Palin to Return to Heals On, Gloves Off Rally… SHEpac
- I Went To The Bundy Ranch Protest This Week-end and Liked What I Saw
- Republican National Committee files Tax Day lawsuit seeking IRS records related to Tea Party targeting
- Chilling Truth: The Siege of the Bundy Ranch Reaches into the White House
- On 5th Anniversary of Tax Day Rally, Tea Party Looks To Influence Elections
- We the People… The Wind Has Shifted
- The Beat Goes On: Opposing Obama Is Racist
- A Surprise decision by the High Court. What does it mean? For starters, Fairer Elections
- Captain America and the New World Order
- Forum: Do Ethnic Or Religious Sensibilities Trump Free Speech? Should A Line Be Drawn?
- The Wrap at Ask Marion 4.06.14 Thru 4.13.14 – Standing Up Edition
- VICTORY In Nevada! Feds Have Reluctantly Backed Down!
- Senator Harry Reid: the Cattle Rustler
- It’s Scapegoat Time In ObamaLand – Sebelius ‘Resigns’
- Is There More To the Flying a Shoe: A Hillary Clinton/Che Guevara Connection?
- The Council Has Spoken!! This Weeks’ Watcher’s Council Results – 04/11/14
Monthly Archives: May 2007
A nursing mother coyote limps through Griffith Park, the nation’s largest urban park, after fleeing a fire in Los Angeles May 9. Urban sprawl translates into better habitat… Updated: 7:35 p.m. PT May 28, 2007 ST. LOUIS – Forget Wile … Continue reading
Every good is balanced by a negative and every negative is balanced by good. We will address some of the points in this 3-part series on the current pet trend… We must must realize that some things that have been … Continue reading
A record number of Americans own pets—and they are spending a record amount of money to feed, clothes and care for their wee beasts. But is all the attention actually good for the critters? Why we need to remember the … Continue reading
Source: Harvard Women’s Health WatchReleased: Tue 29-May-2007, 14:35 ET Antidepressant Use May Boost Fracture Risk – Perhaps trying the greatest health discovery in the past 40 years might be a better option? LibrariesMedical NewsKeywordsOSTEOPOROSIS; DEPRESSION Description Evidence is accumulating that depression is a risk factor … Continue reading
Friends, Great article on what to expect over the next four-five weeks below. As soon as the exploratory committee can accept donations, we will send out a link and address. Your early support is critical, no matter the donation amount. … Continue reading
By Lou Dobbs, CNN Editor’s Note: Lou Dobbs’ commentary appears weekly on CNN.com. NEW YORK (CNN) — There are times when reason carries the mind no further, when the mind is carried from the rational across the penumbra of the … Continue reading
The Unit Suffers First Deadly Casualties During The Mission Maybe Hillary and some of the other Presidential Candidates need to read and watch some of these stories before pulling funding out from under the men and women who are and … Continue reading
Dario Franchitti. husband of Ashley Judd, has won the 91st Indianapolis 500, which ended after 166 laps due to rain. The race had resumed after a three-hour rain delay. Scott Dixon finished second, while two-time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves was … Continue reading
Example Of What One Person Can Do!! PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif.,(UPI) — An 88-year-old English teacher, who recently became the oldest full-time teacher in the Los Angeles area, is revered for her energy and enthusiasm. The Los Angeles Times reported on … Continue reading