Jesse Jackson Says Florida Is An Apartheid State

July 18, 2013
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Jesse Jackson Says Florida Is An Apartheid State

It’s hard to explain anything a crazy person says so we’ll just report. If something isn’t done about Stand Your Ground laws and George Zimmerman, Jesse Jackson wants Florida boycotted because it’s like an apartheid state. He certainly knows his hyperbole! “No doubt, the inclination is to boycott Florida, stop conventions, to isolate Florida as…

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Shocking IRS Abuse, the Case You Haven’t Heard About

July 18, 2013
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Shocking IRS Abuse, the Case You Haven’t Heard About

Photo of the IRS Targeting Facility in DC The IRS is probably targeting individuals, not just groups, and it might be coming from both sides of the political spectrum. When Christine O’Donnell ran in the Primary against Michael Castle for Joe Biden’s old Senate seat, she said she was told by a prominent political figure…

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TSA Searches Valet Parked Cars Without Warning

July 18, 2013
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TSA Searches Valet Parked Cars Without Warning

Photo of vehicle inspection sticker Laurie Iacuzza walked to her car in valet parking after returning from a flight at Greater Rochester Airport to find a sign on her car informing her AFTER THE FACT that her car had been searched. She said, “I was furious. They never mentioned it to me when I booked…

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Thomas Perez, Tyrannical Racialist, Is Our New Labor Secretary

July 17, 2013
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Thomas Perez, Tyrannical Racialist, Is Our New Labor Secretary

Photo of Thomas Perez Thomas Perez is our new Labor Secretary. He currently serves as the Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ and, judging from the IG’s report, he has done a poor job of it. He is a racialist and an open borders proponent. An internal watchdog report released by the DOJ’s…

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You Need to Know About Samantha Power

July 17, 2013
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You Need to Know About Samantha Power

Former presidential adviser, Samantha Power, is Obama’s choice for US Ambassador to the UN. To give you an idea of how extreme she is, Power once said she wanted to invade Israel. She has in the past encouraged shifting support from Israel to Palestine and has repeatedly drawn moral equivalence between the actions of the…

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Is America’s Culture Dysfunctional? How Would You Change It?

July 17, 2013
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Is America’s Culture Dysfunctional? How Would You Change It?

Photo of weasels taking a break Every week on Monday morning , the Council and our invited guests weigh in at the Watcher’s Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day. This week’s question: Is America’s Culture Dysfunctional? How Would You Change It? The Independent Sentinel: The answer is yes!! The culture is dysfunctional. When…

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IRS Scandal Reaches the White House

July 17, 2013
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IRS Scandal Reaches the White House

Photo of Carter Hull The scope of the IRS targeting of tea party groups has reached a political appointee of the president according to House Republicans. The office of the Internal Revenue Service’s chief counsel was directly involved  in the targeting of conservative groups. The office is headed up by one of only two political appointees to…

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Slate Examines Zimmerman Case Rationally, Can We All Go Home Now?

July 17, 2013
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Slate Examines Zimmerman Case Rationally, Can We All Go Home Now?

Branco cartoon via net right daily of an imprisoned, not guilty Zimmerman I am no fan of Slate Magazine but when they do something right, it’s worth noting. Slate Magazine’s William Saletan wrote an unbiased piece about the Zimmerman-Martin case. Posted on Monday, the article titled, “You Are Not Trayvon Martin” wasn’t about picking a side, it…

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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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