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Why is the Republican Party Trying to Control Women’s Bodies?

admin @ August 7, 2012 # No Comment Yet

The Republican Party’s unnatural preoccupation with controlling women’s bodies and the resulting backlash sparks hot debates from coast to coast Just when you thought it couldn’t get any weirder within the Republican party and the subject of private matters pertaining to women’s choices regarding their bodies, it has. The need to control women’s bodies within […]

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How Many U.S. Companies are Outsourcing Jobs?

admin @ July 26, 2012 # No Comment Yet

Outsourcing jobs is a hotly debated issue these days. The elitists think nothing of it and feel it’s only fair that they should be able to turn as big a profit as possible at all costs – even if it’s at the cost of the American economy and America’s jobs. Roughly a year ago a […]

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Grayson blames “holocaust” on Republicans

Brittany @ September 30, 2009 # No Comment Yet

A “holocaust in America”? Can it be true? Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) thinks so.

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Thousands not too happy with “Obamacare”

Brittany @ September 12, 2009 # No Comment Yet

“One nation under plunder,” “Obamacare makes me sick,” “Go Green Recycle Congress” and “I’m Not Your ATM” were just a few of the signs — and let’s not forget voices that chanted things like, “Enough, enough” and “We the People,” “You lie, you lie!” and my personal favorite, “Pelosi has to go” — at today’s […]

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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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60 Plus Association’s TV ad gives false information

andrea @ August 21, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Here’s another reminder that you can’t believe everything you read or see on television. This time, we have 60 Plus Association to thank for the little memento. The 60 Plus Association made its opinion about Obama’s health care reform known in a new controversial TV advertisement.

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History repeating itself in the White House

Rob @ August 4, 2009 # No Comment Yet

When George Bush Sr. ran for office before the ’90s, he ran on a platform of no new taxes, which is what Republicans far and wide believe in.  Unfortunately, with the government sliding into recession and facing increasing financial strain and difficulty, Bush Sr. couldn’t stand by those promises and had to increase revenue by […]

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Goople: Apple and Google link

Rob @ August 4, 2009 # No Comment Yet

If you’ve followed technology trends in the last year, it’s easy to see how Google has been trying to break into a few different industries.   With the launch of the Android phone, Google threw itself into battle with the iPhone, a fight the entire smart phone industry has been waging since Apple first went […]

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Obama: The Joker?

Brittany @ August 4, 2009 # No Comment Yet

A ton of posters portraying our president as the Joker (“Holy latent laughter, Batman!) have been showing up on the walls of buildings, on telephone poles and on the streets of one state recently. Surprisingly, this state is known to be one of our country’s most liberal. And the prize goes to… California, and more […]

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Where is our money REALLY going?

Brittany @ August 3, 2009 # One Comment

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you probably have some idea about the current state of our economy. Without sugar coating anything, it’s in the toilet, perhaps waiting on a few more flushes with the way we’re continuing to spend, spend, spend. But do you have any idea where most […]

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