Merging Will Soon Be Mainstream America.

August 13, 2013
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Merging Will Soon Be Mainstream America.

Photo of Eric Holder If American Airlines and US Airways merge, it will be the fourth such merger of major airlines in recent history.  The Department of Justice has already approved United/Continental, Delta/Northwest and Southwest and AirTran mergers, so why the hesitation to allow US Airways and American Airlines to do the same? The high cost of…

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Obama Will Sign UN Gun Treaty While We Are All on Vacation

August 13, 2013
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Obama Will Sign UN Gun Treaty While We Are All on Vacation

Photo of Uncle Sam shot dead, most likely by a liberal Jay Carney announced back in June that Mr. Obama will look forward to signing the Arms Trade Treaty. He would not give a date as to when the signing would take place. His excuse for the president not signing it immediately was that there…

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No Limits on What Patients Can Pay for Healthcare Until 2015!

August 13, 2013
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No Limits on What Patients Can Pay for Healthcare Until 2015!

Photo of Mr. Obama at Martha’s Vineyard. He’s not a bit worried about this problem, not at all. There will be no limits on how much we can spend for our healthcare until 2015! In a ruling that went unnoticed in February, the Obama administration granted a one-year grace period to insurance companies, allowing them…

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Obama’s Revised American Dream – Welfare In a SNAP

August 13, 2013
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Obama’s Revised American Dream – Welfare In a SNAP

Photo of sign at liquor store advertising that they take food stamps SNAP isn’t welfare, it’s a healthy food program! That’s the message the USDA is sending. They believe their mission is to get as many people as possible on food stamps and they are doing an amazing job, having doubled the numbers of people…

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States Propose Registering Ammo and Banning Traditional Ammo

August 13, 2013
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States Propose Registering Ammo and Banning Traditional Ammo

Photo of sign with a message about gun control California wants to ban lead ammunition. That along with other measures will end the Second Amendment as we know it. They have some of the toughest gun laws in the nation, closely followed by New York, Illinois, Connecticut, and now Colorado, states that seem to mimic…

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Obama Flies Bo to the Vineyard on His Own Chopper, Dough Objects

August 12, 2013
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Obama Flies Bo to the Vineyard on His Own Chopper, Dough Objects

First Dog Bo was airlifted to the Vineyard on his own chopper while the Obamas took separate planes, according to the telegraph. Photo of Bo arriving on his own private, taxpayer-funded chopper We didn’t see Dough the Obama dog on the plane so we gave him a call to ask him if he too had his…

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Lois Lerner Caught on Tape Preparing to Target Conservative Groups

August 12, 2013
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Lois Lerner Caught on Tape Preparing to Target Conservative Groups

Updates at the end of the article How ‘phony’ is the IRS scandal when the targeting was planned by Lois Lerner after Citizens United came down? How ‘phony’ is it that Lois Lerner is on tape in 2010 talking about the pressure on the IRS to do something about the conservative groups before the election.…

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Stop & Frisk Unconstitutional, Monitor Appointed to Supervise NYPD

August 12, 2013
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Stop & Frisk Unconstitutional, Monitor Appointed to Supervise NYPD

 Shira Scheindlin (AP Photo/Richard Drew)   One out of every eight people in New York City is walking around with guns or drugs. That’s too few for one liberal federal judge who is concerned that 88% who are stopped and have their pockets checked for cause are let go by police. A liberal federal judge…

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This Week in History August 12

August 12, 2013
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This Week in History August 12

by Dianne Hermann   “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.”          – Winston Churchill            Week of August 12-18, 2013 August 12  1620 – The ships Mayflower and Speedwell arrive in Dartmouth, England, to repair leaks in the Speedwell. On September 6th the…

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When Failing Is Passing

August 12, 2013
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When Failing Is Passing

Photo of Hempstead Schools where failing is passing and most everyone is failing Just in case you missed it, there is a “new”, district-wide, school policy in our neighboring Village of Hempstead. And I thought I had heard of everything! From now on; ANY STUDENT WHO FAILS, WILL ACTUALLY FAIL!  Sound ridiculous? But that’s NOT the…

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Judge Orders Mother to Change Her Baby’s Name

August 12, 2013
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Judge Orders Mother to Change Her Baby’s Name

According to wbir in Tennessee, a judge ordered a name change for a baby boy who was named Messiah by his mother. The judge unilaterally decided Messiah was a title not a name. The boy’s parents were in court because they couldn’t decide on the child’s last name. The judge didn’t think the first name was appropriate…

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Polar Bears Are Doing Well, Freedom Not So Much

August 12, 2013
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Polar Bears Are Doing Well, Freedom Not So Much

Photo of a polar bear in the Tropics wondering what the problem is The government listed the polar bear as endangered! One problem with that is polar bears are not endangered. Another problem is that radical environmentalists will exploit the polar bear to further their environmental lunacy at great expense to the American public. US…

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James DiMaggio Acted Out His Father’s Crime 18 Years Before

August 11, 2013
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James DiMaggio Acted Out His Father’s Crime 18 Years Before

Updates at the end of the article Eighteen years to the day before James DiMaggio murdered Christine and Ethan Anderson and kidnapped 16-year old Hannah Anderson, James’ father, also named James tried to talk his ex-girlfriend’s 16-year old daughter and a classmate of his son’s into running away with him. When she refused, he threatened…

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