US Has a Grammy-Award Winning Peace Prize President!

June 3, 2013
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US Has a Grammy-Award Winning Peace Prize President!

If you are discouraged about the scandals surrounding the White House, the deficit spending, and the president’s apparent obliviousness, don’t be. The president is a winner! Barack Obama has won a lot of awards and it’s only fair to acknowledge these accomplishments. In February of this year, President Obama won Israel’s Medal of Distinction. According…

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EPA Warehouse Tainted with Rat Poop

June 3, 2013
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EPA Warehouse Tainted with Rat Poop

Photo of EPA rat An EPA warehouse in Landover, MD is tainted with rodent feces. The filthy storage warehouse was rented for $750,000 according to an Inspector General’s report. Moreover, the workers protecting the warehouse were using the government exercise equipment out of the range of security cameras instead of protecting the place. They had…

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Moving Robotic Limbs with the Mind

June 3, 2013
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Moving Robotic Limbs with the Mind

Photo of Jan Sherman, recipient of robotic arm that responds to thoughts People can now move robotic limbs with their minds. In some cases, they will be able to receive sensory feedback. A neuroscientist in Pittsburgh, Andy Schwartz, worked on a Defense Department project called Revolutionizing Prosthetics in 2008. He began implanting sensors into the…

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China Reaps Benefits of Iraq War

June 3, 2013
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China Reaps Benefits of Iraq War

Since the Iraq war began, they have become the world’s largest oil producers. As we sit idly by, China is purchasing nearly half the oil resulting from the Iraqi oil boom – 1.5 million barrels a day. They now want Exxon Mobil’s stake and they will probably get it. China is the biggest beneficiary of…

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Oklahoma Tornado Kills Three Storm Chasers

June 3, 2013
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Oklahoma Tornado Kills Three Storm Chasers

Photos of Tim Samaras, Paul Samaras, and Carl Young Storm chaser and meteorologist Tim Samaras, his storm chaser partner Carl Young, and his son Paul Samaras, were among the 13 people killed during the latest round of tornadoes and severe weather to hit Oklahoma, according to family members. A 4-year boy was one of those…

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Yankee Fan Found the Fountain of Youth

June 2, 2013
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Yankee Fan Found the Fountain of Youth

Photo of Bernardo LaPallo, 101-years or 111-years   Update: There is no birth certificate. Researchers said he could be as young as 101. He still looks great! This story is a great story! Bernardo LaPallo is 111-years old and was honored at Yankee Stadium yesterday. He is older than the stadium and said he never…

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Twenty Percent of Ohio Voters Are Ineligible to Vote

June 2, 2013
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Twenty Percent of Ohio Voters Are Ineligible to Vote

According to the Columbus Dispatch, one out of every five voters in Ohio is ineligible to vote. The voter rolls are bloated with people who have died or moved. Unsurprisingly, Holder has no interest in cleaning up the voter rolls. In two counties, the number of registered voters exceeds the voting age population. Wood County has…

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Lies, Wasteful Spending, Abuse of Power at IRS – Update

June 2, 2013
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Lies, Wasteful Spending, Abuse of Power at IRS – Update

  Photo of 1040 tax return Update: 6/3/13: Shulman’s wife, Susan L. Anderson, is an Occupier and a Tea Party basher.  Read about it at Breitbart. Go to her twitter feed, she likes everything far-left. She is a fan of ThinkProgress, Media Matters, and MoveOn. She was very opposed to Citizens United: Susan Anderson ‏@slandersonwdc 30 Jun 10 Our founding…

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Obamacare Penalizes Sinners Who Smoke or Overeat

June 2, 2013
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Obamacare Penalizes Sinners Who Smoke or Overeat

Sardonic photo of Smoker’s jail RIGHT NOW BIG BROTHER IS PENALIZING SMOKERS AND THE OVERWEIGHT BUT THEY’RE COMING FOR YOU NEXT The practice of pricing premiums based on how healthy a person is ends with Obamacare but the practice of the government deciding what you can or cannot do has only just begun. Beginning in…

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Internet Free Speech Is Under Threat

June 1, 2013
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Internet Free Speech Is Under Threat

The First Amendment to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances. Freedom…

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Watcher Council Winners! Check Out the Latest!

June 1, 2013
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Watcher Council Winners! Check Out the Latest!

Council Winners *First place with 4 votes! Joshuapundit –Fear And Loathing In DC – The Gang Of Eight’s Amnesty Bill Is A Disaster Second place *t* with 2 votes – Simply Jews – PRISM and you: how endangered you are, my friend? Second place *t* with 2 votes – Bookworm Room-The Democrat’s’ attacks on free speech on their approach to the immigration bill demonstrate…

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Jay Carney Spinning During May 21 Press Conference

June 1, 2013
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Jay Carney Spinning During May 21 Press Conference

When Jay Carney has a press conference, he should just send a tape of himself saying I don’t know anything and it’s under investigation. There was nothing said at the May 21st press conference that reporters couldn’t have gotten from a memorandum. The reporters should have all gotten up and left. Jay Carney apparently doesn’t know…

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Dough the Obama Dog Weighs in on Bo’s Motorcade Trip to the Vet

May 31, 2013
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Dough the Obama Dog Weighs in on Bo’s Motorcade Trip to the Vet

  Fortunately sequester didn’t affect Obama’s dog Bo’s motorcade. [The motorcade story is not a joke by the way - read about it at the examiner] Sequester only cut White House tours, payments to doctors, and tuition to active-duty military – things like that. The other day, Bo went to the veterinarian and he went by…

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Pole Dancing for Jobs in New York City Parks

May 31, 2013
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Pole Dancing for Jobs in New York City Parks

  Would you strip to your underwear, engage in sex tricks or pole dance for a full-time job? Administrators in New York City’s Randalls Island park are hoping so. Clandestine parties were held in the “boom-boom” room of the Randalls Island park with as many as ten men in attendance according to one worker. Seasonal…

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Starbuck’s Statists Outlaw Smoking Within 25 Feet of Cafés

May 31, 2013
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Starbuck’s Statists Outlaw Smoking Within 25 Feet of Cafés

In the name of providing a safe environment for their customers, Starbucks is banning smoking within 25 feet of their cafés. They apparently control that much public space in many areas. In places where they only control 15 feet, they will go by the laws. I don’t smoke, don’t like to be around cigarette smoke,…

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May 31, 2013
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