Rolling Stone’s Latest Pin Up Is a Mad Bomber Who Killed a 7-Year Old

July 17, 2013
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Rolling Stone’s Latest Pin Up Is a Mad Bomber Who Killed a 7-Year Old

Rolling Stone has brought journalism to a never-before-reached low and that is saying something. They are more interested in getting attention than doing the right thing. That’s what we have come to. Rolling Stone gave Dzhokhar Tsarnaev the front cover of their August issue. Notice the caption, Jahar was a popular, promising student who “fell”…

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Angela Corey, Prosecutorial Madwoman

July 17, 2013
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Angela Corey, Prosecutorial Madwoman

Photo of Angela Corey, social justice lawyer   Who is Angela Corey, prosecutorial madwoman?  Angela Corey is known as a tough prosecutor (tough as in unreasonable) who is notorious for overcharging. She uses props such as a big cross on a chain around her neck to portray a nicer Angela. She had a falling out…

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Obamacare Disaster – Premiums Up, Benefits Down, Jobs Lost

July 17, 2013
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Obamacare Disaster – Premiums Up, Benefits Down, Jobs Lost

There are four government healthcare plans – bronze, silver, gold, and platinum. They will cover basic, essential health needs. There are also catastrophic plans available for a price. Most people will end up on the Bronze Plan which covers 60% of basic expenses. The other 40% is paid by the enrollee. There are subsidies from…

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Old Stewball Really Was a Racehorse

July 16, 2013
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by Dianne Hermann (Copyright 2013)   Fact is always stranger, and infinitely more interesting, than fiction. And facts involving animals are no exception. Many of us have heard the song, “Old Stewball Was A Racehorse.” But did you know there really was a racehorse named Stewball? This horse spawned a legend that has endured for…

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Private Citizens Step Up to Run Basic Services in Detroit

July 16, 2013
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Private Citizens Step Up to Run Basic Services in Detroit

Photo of the “The Mower Gang” Unreal! Detroit is heading for bankruptcy after decades of mismanagement under Democratic leadership. Their circumstances are so dire that private citizens are volunteering to provide basic services. One volunteer is the leader of “The Mower Gang,” a group of volunteers who cut the grass in city parks. They maintain…

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Jesse Jackson, Tin-Foil Hat Guy, Appeals to the UN on Zimmerman Case

July 16, 2013
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Jesse Jackson, Tin-Foil Hat Guy, Appeals to the UN on Zimmerman Case

Jesse Jackson, the race-baiting relic of a time-gone-by, wrote a column on Monday for the Chicago Sun Times deriding the verdict in the Zimmerman case. He wrote that the UN Human Rights Commission must investigate whether the US is “upholding its obligations under international human rights laws and treaties.” The UN has done such a…

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Zimmerman’s Racism That Wasn’t, Study the Facts

July 16, 2013
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Zimmerman’s Racism That Wasn’t, Study the Facts

Photo of Trayvon Martin, nine days before his death The Trayvon Martin case has exposed a dark cloud hanging over our society. It has not stirred dialogue unfortunately. It has stirred hate because of a media that refuses to tell the truth. Racism is clearly not dead and it is coming from whites, blacks, and…

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Black Racist God Seeks Vengeance In Zimmerman Case

July 16, 2013
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Black Racist God Seeks Vengeance In Zimmerman Case

Photo via legal insurrection. The title of this story which refers to a black racist god is a play on words uttered by a University of Pennsylvania Professor. It’s explained at the end of the post. The Zimmerman case is over but not for the anti-white racists and anti-gun nuts. At the behest of the NAACP and…

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Nanny New Jersey Fines People for Violating the Lightning Law

July 15, 2013
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Nanny New Jersey Fines People for Violating the Lightning Law

Photo of Ben Franklin before his recent arrest in Cresskill The nannies in Cresskill, New Jersey are planning to fine people who ignore lightning alarms in parks. If the lightning alarm goes off in the field or by the pool, people have ten minutes to get out of sight. If they don’t, they get a…

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New York’s Silly Safer Crossings

July 15, 2013
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New York’s Silly Safer Crossings

Photo of a questionable safer crossing New York State is on a quest to make our roads safer for pedestrians. They are going to slow traffic lights, force buses closer to the curb in a few locations, and they plan to build fences to keep jaywalkers from crossing anywhere but at the crosswalk. We can’t…

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Senate Immigration Bill Is Unconstitutional!

July 15, 2013
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Senate Immigration Bill Is Unconstitutional!

Photo of Harry Reid, Gollum had nothing on him me precious Harry Reid will NOT send the amnesty bill (Senate bill s744) passed by the Senate to the House because he is threatened with a “blue slip.” A blue slip is a resolution that requires the return of  any bill that violates the “origination clause.”…

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Immigration: Boon or Bane of a Nation?

July 15, 2013
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Immigration: Boon or Bane of a Nation?

by Jeanine Vecchiarelli (Copyright 2013)   When does a country cease to be a sovereign nation? Answer:  When it throws open its borders to an uninterrupted, unmonitored flow of immigrants. What do you call despotic leaders who would allow and even encourage such behavior, threatening the very fiber of their country? Answer:  In the U.S.,…

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Outrage Misplaced in Zimmerman Verdict

July 15, 2013
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by Dianne Hermann (Copyright 2013)   The outrage over the not-guilty verdict of George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin is misplaced. The Sanford Florida Police Department initially determined that George Zimmerman shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in self-defense and did not charge Zimmerman. But Martin was black and Zimmerman was “a white Hispanic” and…

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