Monthly Archives: March 2009

Grassroots Movements and Tea Parties Are in the Wind

After only 50-days into Obama’s term there are Grassroots Movements and Tea Parties in the wind all across the United States. As of Friday March 13th there were 141 Tea Parties planned in 12 States for Tax Day, April 15th 2009, … Continue reading

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Broken Earmark Promises

Wednesday — behind closed doors — President Barack Obama signed his 2009 Omnibus spending package, calling it an "imperfect" bill. With 8,570 disclosed earmarks worth $7.7 billion "imperfect" is an understatement. It’s bad enough that our president was in an … Continue reading

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Father Arrested for Allegedly Killing Family Dog For Urinating & Reasons Dogs Urinate in the House

Father Arrested for Allegedly Killing Family Dog in Front of Children A Wisconsin man has been arrested for allegedly killing the family dog in front of his children. After an 11-year-old drew a picture at school, his father now faces felony … Continue reading

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It’s Never Too Late to Escape

You have to make some major changes in your life, right now. Fortunately, making those changes doesn’t have to hurt… My friend Grant Pecoff made big changes in his life. He and his wife Layne used to live in San … Continue reading

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Nancy Pelosi, Air Diva

Michele Malkin, as always, telling it exactly like it is!  And in this case…. The target is just sooo easy! Queen Nancy: Fly as I say, not as I fly Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is the Jennifer … Continue reading

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Are ‘Hope’ And ‘Change’ Still Tax-Deductible?

Are you sitting down? Obama plans to pay for his $3.6 trillion-dollar spending bill by raising taxes on "the rich." I know, I know … I was pretty shocked, too. The bad news is, by hiking taxes in a recession, … Continue reading

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A Personal Message from Rep. Ron Paul on “Meltdown”

"There is no better book to read on the present crisis." Dear Reader, Many Americans are looking to the new administration to solve our economic problems. Unfortunately, that is probably a vain hope. Although we were promised "change," we are … Continue reading

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Sarah PAC Update

As Washington, D.C. partisans continue to fight and bicker over "politics as usual," Governor Sarah Palin is working every day to reform government in Alaska and fight for the conservative values we all cherish. It’s been a busy few weeks … Continue reading

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The Night Shift Isn’t Called Graveyard for No Reason

Often the night or graveyard shift, usually 10:00PM to 6:00AM, 11:00PM to 7:00AM, or 10:00PM to 8:00AM with variations, is the entry level shift at large 24-hour companies, social service care facilities, prisons, medical facilities and for emergency service personnel … Continue reading

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At what point does the hope and change begin??

Yesterday President Obama the man who ran on the promise of being a new kind of politician who was going to change the way Washington does business including earmarks quietly signed the massive $410 billion omnibus spending bill, laden with … Continue reading

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