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Wilson’s War (of words)

Rob @ September 10, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Obama has been tested recently on a variety of fronts, but the main headline that has wrapped up his administration is the health care debate.   What was once a good idea to liberals and fans of big government meddling into the private affairs of citizens has now turned taboo, with many of the former […]

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“Education President” lives up to name

andrea @ September 8, 2009 # No Comment Yet

As a person who has been in America’s public school system since pre-school, I would like to congratulate President Obama on doing something that should have been done a long time ago. Someone of merit told American students to get their lives in order.

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Simon said, sadly it was done

Brittany @ September 6, 2009 # No Comment Yet

I’ve always found Sir Simon Cowell’s comments to be harsh, but often true. This time, however, I think the brutish Brit’s gone a tad too far. It was five years ago, actually, that Simon spoke the words that would change a young woman’s life — and body — forever.

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Boise State and Oregon was a knockout…of sorts

Rob @ September 4, 2009 # No Comment Yet

It’s that time of year again.  The grass is green (or blue), the birds are chirping, the trucks are lined up by the hundreds with grills and coolers and kegs, people are mingling on fields of pavement, and 22 people collide repeatedly in a giant rectangle drawn in white paint.   Yes, it’s football season […]

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Grand-baby daddy outs Sarah Palin

andrea @ September 2, 2009 # 2 Comments

We’re all familiar with good ole Sarah Palin and her less than perfect children. We’ve heard about it on the news…and you’re going to hear about it again in this blog. There are really just too many great things happening here to ignore.

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