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    NewsMax’s Christopher Ruddy Makes a Damn Fool of Himself Talking Like a Democrat

    by  • 23 October, 2014 • Politics • 2 Comments

    mr. bean

    Christopher Ruddy at NewsMax has given himself away as a progressive. He may run a conservative news outlet, but he’s clueless about what makes an economy vibrant. From NewsMax: Democrats in the Senate, and President Obama, have expressed support for raising the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $10.10. They are right....

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    Obama Supporter Jumps White House Fence

    by  • 23 October, 2014 • Crime, Politics • 2 Comments

    Dominic Adesanya

    Had a bone to pick with his homeboy… A man jumped the White House fence Wednesday night and was taken into custody after being bitten by a guard dog, officials said, just weeks after another fence jumper made it deep into the executive mansion amid a series of security failures. Secret Service agents and...

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    Senator Tom Coburn Releases His 2014 Wastebook

    by  • 22 October, 2014 • Politics • 0 Comments

    Tom Coburn

    Senator Tom Coburn released his annual report on wasteful government spending. This year’s tally came to $25 Billion. You can see the full 2014 Wastebook report in pdf format but here’s just a very short list: Swedish Massages for Rascally Rabbits………….. Mountain Lions on a Treadmill…………. Spouses Stab Voodoo Dolls More Often When “Hangry”,...

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    Anti-Gun State Senator Caught Carrying Gun

    by  • 22 October, 2014 • Crime, Guns, Politics • 1 Comment


    Had a concealed 9mm pistol, spare magazine and reeked of booze but refused to take breathalyzer. I don’t know the law in Missouri, but in most States, if you’re suspected of being intoxicated and refuse a breath test, then that’s as good as a guilty plea. Earlier this week, Missouri state Senator Jamilah Nasheed,...

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    Should Foodstamp Recipients Have To Follow Michelle’s School Lunch Diet?

    by  • 21 October, 2014 • Food, Health, Politics • 3 Comments


    MRC reporter Dan Joseph heads to the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s annual conference where asks some of the attendees if they support Michelle Obama’s school lunch dietary policies. Every one of them gave both Michelle and her school lunch program an enthusiastic “Hell yeah.” But when they were asked if recipients of government assistance...

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    Chicago: Voting Machine Cast GOP Votes For Democrats

    by  • 21 October, 2014 • Politics • 2 Comments


    Cheat early and often… SCHAUMBURG, Ill. – Admitting his confidence in Cook County ballot integrity is shaken, State Representative Candidate Jim Moynihan (R-56), was shocked today when he tried to cast a vote for himself and the voting machine cast it for his opponent instead. While early voting at the Schaumburg Public Library today,...

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    China Explains Why It Fears Democracy In Hong Kong

    by  • 21 October, 2014 • Communism, Politics • 0 Comments


    Competition from genuine Communists… After more than three weeks of street protests, government officials in Hong Kong have agreed to hold talks with pro-democracy leaders—but Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying appears unwilling to budge on the subject of free elections in 2017, or even the merits of democracy in general. He warns that if the...

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    New Ebola Czar To Be A No-Show At Congressional Hearings

    by  • 21 October, 2014 • Health, Politics • 1 Comment


    The absentee czar… Ron Klain, the former longtime Democratic Party operative named last week to be the White House’s ‘Ebola czar,’ will skip a Republican-led congressional panel’s hearing on Friday about the government’s response to the disease outbreak. The Democratic-controlled Senate won’t hold its first hearing on the epidemic crisis until after Election Day....

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