Archive | April 18, 2012

Dogs Against Romney Defends Obama

by James Crugnale The founder of the grassroots organization Dogs Against Romney called the Romney campaign “desperate” for dredging up the revelations that President Obama ate dog meat as a child in Indonesia. “It seems desperate for the Romney campaign to bring up something that happened to Obama when he was 10 years old, not […]

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Marco Rubio Pushing Election Year Immigration Ploy

By Easton L With Republicans heading into another general election running on “E” with the vast majority of Hispanic voters, the GOP most popular Hispanic and anti immigration reformer, Marco Rubio, is devising an overnight election year immigration plan design to blunt the Republican sharp opposition to granting undocumented immigrants a way-out. Rubio, while campaigning for […]

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A 50-year-old man Man strips naked at Oregon airport

By Wonda J John E. Brennan who said he felt that airport screeners were “harassing” him stripped naked at Portland International Airport, police in Oregon said. Police charged Brennan with disorderly conduct and indecent exposure after he disrobed while going through the security screening area at the airport Tuesday evening. “When interviewed about his actions […]

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Bigot Ted Nugent: “I Will Stand By” Inflammatory Attack On Obama Administration (audio)

National Rifle Association board member and Washington Times columnist Ted Nugent refused to back down from his recent inflammatory comments about the Obama administration in a radio interview with CNN contributor Dana Loesch on The Dana Show. Nugent told Loesch that “I will stand by my speech” and said that he was being attacked with the “Saul Alinsky Rules for Radicals playbook.” Speaking at […]

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Mitt Romney, a Man of Falsehoods Unable to Speak the Consistent Truth

By Richard Cohen Among the attributes I most envy in a public man (or woman) is the ability to lie. If that ability is coupled with no sense of humor, you have the sort of man who can be a successful football coach, a CEO or, when you come right down to it, a presidential […]

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New Federal Reserve Survey Shows U.S. Growth, Hiring Improves

A new Federal Reserve survey of business conditions across the United States suggests last month’s pullback in hiring may be temporary. The survey released Wednesday showed that each of the Fed’s 12 bank districts grew steadily from mid-February through April 2. And hiring was stable or increased throughout most of the country, according to the […]

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