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    25 things the MSM refuses to discuss

    Borrowed from here and cleaned up http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/25-facts-that-the-mainstream-media-doesnt-really-want-to-talk-about-right-now #1 The mainstream media doesn’t really want to talk about the fact that gun sales are absolutely skyrocketing in the aftermath of the horrific tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School. People know they can no longer rely on government or even local officials to defend them any longer. #2 The mainstream media doesn’t really want to talk about | Read More »

    Off the fiscal cliff – what happens to us?

    All over we hear and see and read about all the various stuff about the fiscal cliff; the money, the spending, the debt, the taxes… but what we don’t see if what happens to every day people once we go off? It appears we will “fall off this cliff” since neither side budged much today, the last day of 2012. First, what exactly is the | Read More »

    Truth behind Obama and his plans

    Look at where Obama comes from, and how he bases all of his decisions, which he admits in his book among other places: anti-colonialism (as coined by Dinesh D’Souza). Obama sees the US as the new colonials, he was taught that America with its free enterprise, republic based, God-worshipping system is the enemy of the people. The people cannot be trusted to make decisions for | Read More »

    Another doomed stimulus coming

    Stimulus #1 cost $787 billion and left us with 10.1% national unemployment, an additional $4 trillion in debt, and 14 million people still out of work. Tonight, Obama will try to sell us on another $400 billion Stimulus plan. Who is REALLY getting that money?

    Rehashing the need for spending cuts

    If we are going to cut taxes AND spending, that means many existing government programs will need to be massively altered and trimmed. This means Welfare, Medicare, Social Security, Postal Service and more.

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    Liberalism is beauty – according to the media

    Plastered all over todays photo op sections of the major news media outlets are photos of The Obama family, and more specifically Michelle Obama and her “simply stunning fashion“. They go on to proclaim about how her beauty rivals that of the British prime minister’s wife, Samantha Cameron and the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton with their fashionista styles and beauty. Typical media hypocrisy as | Read More »

    TSA expands ignorance of the 4th Amendment

    The Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. Yet on a daily | Read More »

    Debt Commission bureaucracy

    In February 2010 after Congress failed to agree on actually reversing the debt and continued their unchecked spending, Obama filed an executive order which can and will have more legislative might, overpowering the Legislative branch that much more. Obama was able to get 2 very long time politicians, one from each side of the aisle calling it a “bipartisan” panel, yet many of those selected | Read More »

    Cautionary tales for the GOP

    One phrase that is just as important now than ever: “Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it” - George Santayana. With the mid term election for the most part under wraps, it is easy to get cozy knowing that the Republican Majority in the House and a much better balance of the parties in the Senate will hold Obama accountable for his dangerous and | Read More »

    Alex Sink (D-FL) spreads more lies

    Election time always has me more annoyed than usual. One thing that I have noticed is the tone of the ads used for the months preceding the election.  Some candidates run nothing but attack ads, some avoid the crap and just states what their plans are, no matter how far fetched. One candidate that has had me close to the annoyance boiling point has been Alex Sink, | Read More »


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