Senate Passes First Budget in Four Years with $1 Trillion in New Taxes

March 23, 2013
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Senate Passes First Budget in Four Years with $1 Trillion in New Taxes

photo via netrightdaily.com Until today, we went 1424 days without a budget because Harry Reid would not let one get to the senate floor. That has all changed. A democratic budget just passed in the senate. It has about a snowballs chance in hell of getting through the House but at least we know where…

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Syrian with Terrorist Connections Stays – Home Tutoring Family Must Go

March 23, 2013
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Syrian with Terrorist Connections Stays – Home Tutoring Family Must Go

A man with known terrorist connections is being allowed to stay in the US but we are deporting a family because they are home tutoring their children. A Syrian national who is a known associate of the 9/11 hijackers never has to worry about deportation by the U.S. government. Daoud Chehazeh last November received political asylum…

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Nanny Bloomberg: We’ll Be Watching You With Cameras Everywhere

March 23, 2013
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Nanny Bloomberg: We’ll Be Watching You With Cameras Everywhere

If you didn’t listen to the John Gambling show yesterday, you missed NYC’s Big Brother, Nanny Bloomberg, predicting our Orwellian future. Bloomberg said in five years “there’ll be cameras every place”  and “we’re going to have more visibility and less privacy. I just don’t see how you could stop that,” and we should all “get used…

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Sequester Didn’t Hurt GITMO

March 23, 2013
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Sequester Didn’t Hurt GITMO

President Obama is planning to okay $150 million in renovations to GITMO over the next year or so. At the same time we are furloughing 800,000 defense workers, gutting our military, and ending tuition assistance for our active duty military who signed up with the expectation of receiving an education. GITMO needs an overhaul, some…

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Free Obamacare Could Cost 100% More for Millions of People

March 22, 2013
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Free Obamacare Could Cost 100% More for Millions of People

photo courtesy netrightdaily.com The nation’s health insurance companies expect premiums to go up from 20% to 100% for millions of Americans because of changes in the Affordable Care Act. As we are soon to discover, it really isn’t possible to add 30 million people to the government’s “free” healthcare plan without paying a hefty price…

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Sequester Didn’t Affect Jimmy Fallon’s Tax Credits

March 22, 2013
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Sequester Didn’t Affect Jimmy Fallon’s Tax Credits

Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show will be funded in part by New York State taxpayers. All the thanks goes to Governor Andrew Cuomo who happens to be ideologically-aligned with NBC and Jimmy Fallon. NY gives $420 million a year of taxpayer money to startup movies or TV shows in the form of tax credits. The Tonight…

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Mexico Is Too Dangerous to Report

March 22, 2013
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Mexico Is Too Dangerous to Report

The war on our southern border is the war we might want to be most concerned about. There are reports that media in both Mexico and the United States are afraid to report on the violence because it puts their safety in jeopardy. Furthermore, the southern border might be under the control of drug cartels.…

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CSCOPE Is Common Core & It Isn’t Good

March 22, 2013
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CSCOPE Is Common Core & It Isn’t Good

photo via ihm conference Governor Perry recently refused to adopt the Common Core curricula but the one he did adopt, CSCOPE is the same thing. It’s an outline of a curricula which simulates Common Core. The creators did an end-run around Perry. In February, the state of Texas along with the Texas Education Service Center Curriculum,…

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SNAP! You’re on Food Stamps! How Liberal Policies Create Poverty

March 22, 2013
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SNAP! You’re on Food Stamps! How Liberal Policies Create Poverty

Woonsocket Rhode Island is a boom-and-bust town. At the first of each month, food stamp recipients have their SNAP cards filled up with a total of $2 million dollars, the banks come alive, stores buzz, and the bus company is prepared for heavy traffic. The food stamp recipients go into the supermarkets to shop, markets…

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GAO to USPS: Spend Six Days a Week

March 21, 2013
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GAO to USPS: Spend Six Days a Week

The United States Postal Service lost $16 billion in taxpayer money last year, about $42 million a day. The postal service is unsustainable the way it is currently operating. The Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe asked the Government Accountability Office in February if the USPS could stop delivering letters on Saturday, packages would still be delivered, and it…

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Cyprus Wants Big Depositors to Ante Up

March 21, 2013
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Cyprus Wants Big Depositors to Ante Up

Cyprus has emergency liquidity funds until Monday. After that they will go bankrupt. Banks are closed and there is a run on basic supplies such as gas. Panicos Demetriades, Governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus, said that restructuring is needed immediately. Their plan for now is to go after big depositors. [Special Report] The…

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Saudi Arabia Given Easy Access to USA

March 21, 2013
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Saudi Arabia Given Easy Access to USA

The left was all over Bush Jr when they thought he was going to war over oil, but they don’t care that Saudis have been made part of the trusted traveler program, in all likelihood, because of their oil. Yes, that’s right, the people who gave you 9/11 are now allowed to travel with a…

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Barack Obama’s Mid-East Trip: More of the Same – Update

March 21, 2013
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Barack Obama’s Mid-East Trip: More of the Same – Update

  Update 3/22: President Obama has gone around PM Benjamin Netanyahu by speaking with the liberal college students and giving speeches directly to the people. The liberal Jewish media is praising “the way” he spoke to them and are expecting Obama’s presidential rating of 10% to improve. Now I understand why President Obama went to…

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