National Mining Association Responds

    November 3, 2008 NMA Comments on Senator Obama’s Coal Policy National Mining Association (NMA) President and CEO Hal Quinn today responded to comments Senator Obama reportedly made in a January 17 interview with the San Francisco Chronicle. In response to a question, the senator said his climate change policy would “bankrupt” U.S. coal: “Bankrupting the coal industry would be tantamount to bankrupting the American economy. | Read More »

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    Hey Troll, bring this to your master

    Well, you’re almost there. Five more days to see your dreams come true. Just 5 more days. It was hard for you, wasn’t it? So much work, so much planning. There were alot of “almost got caught moments” weren’t there? But you seemed to plod through it. You’re almost there. Hold on tight. Your mind should be at ease fairly soon. The “Big Bang” of | Read More »

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    A True Love for America

    During an extremely slow day at work about 2 months ago, I had planned to sit at my computer and play a bit of online poker. My usual for those long days back then. I know what you’re thinking, but, after all, it is my place and I can do what I want! Sort of a ritual, I’d get my work done, grab lunch and | Read More »

    Stop with the Hawaii and Berg Stuff

    I do not know how else to convey this other than with solid facts. To me, this is all an attempt to discredit Republicans and Fox news. Please hear me out, I am not a conspiracy nut, but I can put two and two together as I hope you all will in just looking at facts. I would hope that what I say makes sense | Read More »

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    Eliminating 25 million Americans

    The link takes you to the article and ends with a must see two minute video It is a great find from American Thinker. Obama shared offices for years with the leader of a group who had these “brilliant aspirations” American Thinker

    Ayers is now an upstanding citizen

    On Fox news right now: “More than 3,200 supporters — most of them educators — have signed a petition protesting what they say is the “demonization of Professor William Ayers,” asserting that his violent actions as the co-founder of the Weather Underground were just “history.” You can see the entire article on Yes, like clockwork. We all knew that was coming. I am sure | Read More »


    Resko still talkin?

    On October 12th it was reported that Tony Resko was chirping. I have heard nothing about this since it first came out. I have searched high and lo on the internet. Nothing. Does anyone here have any information or follow-up to the first report? If, in fact, he did talk, would it be possible to keep this out of the hands of the media?


    Predictions for the next 16 days

    The Obama campaign has become so transparent and predictable that I can not believe I can not find a list posted anywhere. If these things were documented, they may actually be thwarted before they actually happen, or, at the very least, the ability to be prepared as the situations arise. I am not as proficient as most here but I would like to put forth | Read More »

    NY Times slams Cindy McCain

    Looks like the NY Times decided to use facebook to search out students who attend the school of the McCain’s youngest daughter. They stooped so low as to pretend they were doing a story on how Cindy was as a parent, etc. They gathered info and went to town. The article, front page, slams Mrs. McCain as a dope fiend and a Washington outsider. You | Read More »

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    Skewed polls go both ways

    The infamous election polls. When skewed in favor of Obama it puts out the message that its over for McCain, don’t bother Republicans, stay home and accept defeat. Again, When skewed in favor of Obama and there is an “upset” and McCain actually really wins this thing, there is reason to contest and incite riot. These things are so visibly transparent, especcially the newest claim | Read More »