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Reasons why Earth Day doesn't mean what some would like us to believe it means
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   4/23/2012 6:15:14 AM EST    36071
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At least for me. Firstly, the hiding/masking/obfuscating of its founder's radicalism. An interesting read to say the least. But there's more...

The Obama Administration's 15 Scandalous "Achievements"
The Lid, by Jeff Dunetz
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Posted By: Yidwithlid  -   4/22/2012 10:23:23 PM EST    36070
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Sometimes I think my conservative compatriots go a bit too far. They say that the three-year-old Obama administration is totally void of achievement. That is total nonsense; in three short years Barack Obama has increased the national debt by $5 trillion dollars, that's more than George Bush did in eight years and almost as much as every president from Washington-Clinton combined. I don't want to give you the impression that Obama's only achievement was the record increase in debt, but the man who promised change Washington D.C. can also count some scandals

 




  





 
Iran + UN: The Incorrectly Included Datum
NoisyRoom, by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
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Posted By: NoisyRoom  -   4/22/2012 9:45:36 PM EST    36069
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There is a data analysis discipline used in business settings and other operational applications that classifies inconsistencies, discrepancies and departures from the operational or situational ideal. Examples of such inconsistencies are things such as undated reports, event descriptions which alter the sequence of events and reports that distort the importance of one thing relative to others in its context. One of the harder ones to spot is the omitted datum – information that ought to be there that isn’t. This classification has a corollary: the incorrectly included datum, information that shouldn’t be there, but nonetheless is. Like UN vehicles in an

"New state laws designed to fight voter fraud could reduce the number of Americans signing up to vote"
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   4/22/2012 8:16:44 PM EST    36068
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For Obama. That, via Don Surber, pretty much sums up this piece from Reuters: New state laws designed to fight voter fraud could reduce the number of Americans signing up to vote in this year's presidential election by hundreds of thousands, a potential problem for President Barack Obama's re-election bid...

Hidden Secrets of the "Soft-Core" Obama Supporters
The Lid, by Barry Rubin
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Posted By: Yidwithlid  -   4/22/2012 6:00:59 PM EST    36067
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It’s really interesting when I talk to Obama supporters who are soft-core, meaning they are open to discussion and not completely closed-minded or ideologically set in granite. There are several themes that constantly recur in such conversations, though one rarely or never sees these points in print. Of course, these people get their information from the mainstream media, which protects the administration and repackages its talking points while largely censoring out critical responses and the failures or scandals. But there are also some important assumptions they are making on their own.

 









 
John Stossel, live and impassioned
Bookworm Room, by Bookworm
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Posted By: Bookworm  -   4/22/2012 4:50:19 PM EST    36066
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The Marin County Republican Party, which last year hosted the late, great Andrew Breitbart, was able to entice John Stossel to come visit as part of his book tour for No, They Can’t: Why Government Fails-But Individuals Succeed. To no one’s surprise, during his half hour talk (followed by a Q&A session) John Stossel made compelling arguments in favor of smaller government. My favorite was his OSHA riff. Mr. Stossel put up a graph showing that,

Christ's Temptation in the Desert
locomotivebreath1901, by lb1901
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Posted By: locomotivebreath1901  -   4/22/2012 3:26:33 PM EST    36065
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Or what allure is a wife, baby and a little house in Bethany to the Author of creation?

Bucking Left's Claims of GOP Racism, Utah's Mia Love Takes Nomination
Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   4/22/2012 1:10:52 PM EST    36064
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Why, oh, why can't those racist, women-hating Republicans ever nominate a black woman to anything? I mean, those kindly leftists are right, those evil Republi… oh, wait. Looks like those lying Democrats are wrong again. We see in Utah where Mia Love has just overwhelmingly taken the GOP nomination to run for Utah's 4th Congressional District.

 









 
Barack Obama: Dog Eater
Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   4/22/2012 1:09:56 PM EST    36063
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The extremists of the left (you know, Democrats) have been trying to make a big deal out of the time that Mitt Romney put his dog on top of his car in the dim, dark past. They say this proves that Romney is mean, evil, rotten, a dog-hating scumbag.

China and Russia: "A high degree of trust between the sides"
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   4/22/2012 12:00:23 PM EST    36062
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This I'd think is more than a little alarming in the hallways of the Pentagon: China and Russia launched joint naval exercises Sunday that highlight warming ties between their militaries and growing cooperation in international affairs...

"The mainstream media are not terribly interested in this story"
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   4/22/2012 11:29:09 AM EST    36061
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That and more from Robert Avrech who notices the lack of interest in an event that can't be used to foist an agenda on the gullible and the emotive: That’s because their outrage is only a tactic in the liberal war against Conservatives. Liberals are not really upset about Trayvon Martin’s death. They only view Martin as a prop in their kabuki theater...

Iran claims to have recovered lost US drone data and...
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   4/22/2012 10:32:12 AM EST    36060
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... to have reverse engineered the top secret aircraft: Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh, chief of the aerospace division of the powerful Revolutionary Guards, related what he said were details of the aircraft's operational history to prove his claim...

SILVER SPOON SILLINESS ... PERUSING POLITICAL POLYGAMY ... BARACK'S COUSIN BERATES OBAMACARE
RadioRodgers.com, by Lee Rodgers
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Posted By: LeeRodgers  -   4/22/2012 9:38:21 AM EST    36059
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What could be more absurd?

From awe-inspiring "O" to simply.....LOL!!!!
Dittoville.com, by njdittos
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Posted By: njdittos  -   4/22/2012 7:35:36 AM EST    36057
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Moving right along from the sanctified, awe-inspiring ”O” to simply “LOL!” Destroying America is no joke, but if totally justified ridicule is the answer to vaporizing the Obama Fantasy, let the good times roll. Recovering our country might as well be fun too. Icing on the cake would be for Bo to find a nice home once the Obamas are out of the White House and his usefulness as a prop is nil.

Wall Street 101 for Progressives, academics and career politicians!
The Political Commentator, by Michael Haltman
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Posted By: halthouse1  -   4/22/2012 3:16:10 AM EST    36052
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President Obama has a proposal on the table to regulate margin requirements in the crude oil market in order to control what he considers to be the scourge of "speculation." Huh? Isn't speculation a critical part of what makes a market a market? Some people betting that prices will go up while others are betting that prices will go down? Winners and losers? Bulls and bears? Providers of market liquidity? If crude oil prices were heading lower due to hedgers selling and speculators shorting the market would that still present a problem for the President...

Evangelical Champion for Prison Ministry, Chuck Colson Dead at 80
locomotivebreath1901, by lb1901
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Posted By: locomotivebreath1901  -   4/21/2012 9:28:09 PM EST    36051
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From Chuck Colson dot org: "LANSDOWNE, Va., April 21, 2012— Evangelical Christianity lost one of its most eloquent and influential voices today with the death of Charles W. “Chuck” Colson. The Prison Fellowship and Colson Center for Christian Worldview founder died at 3:12 p.m. on Saturday from complications resulting from a brain hemorrhage. Colson was 80.

Chuck Colson, dead at 80
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   4/21/2012 9:15:43 PM EST    36050
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But undoubtedly in my view, alive in Christ: Charles W. Colson, who as a political saboteur for President Richard M. Nixon masterminded some of the dirty tricks that led to the president’s downfall, then emerged from prison to become an important evangelical leader, saying he had been “born again,” died on Saturday. He was 80. The cause was complications of a brain hemorrhage...

I really HATE bait-and-switch romance novels
Bookworm Room, by Bookworm
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Posted By: Bookworm  -   4/21/2012 4:48:32 PM EST    36049
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I’ve already confessed to having a weakness for romance novels. My problem with this shameful weakness is that there was only one Georgette Heyer. Everything else is second best, with most books being more secondary than others. Because of my fondness for Heyer’s wit and delicacy, I prefer true romances . . . . I thought that I had found one of those true romances the other day, but I’ve been terribly disappointed, not only because the romance part was ultimately a failure, but because it was a stealth Progressive book.

U.N. to debut plan for world socialism in June–time for US to exit?
NoisyRoom/Political Buzz Examiner, by Jeffrey Klein
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Posted By: NoisyRoom  -   4/21/2012 2:53:48 PM EST    36048
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The United Nations is holding its’ “Conference on Sustainable Development” in Rio de Janero, Brazil, over three separate sessions in June, to which organizers, led by UN Conference Secretary-General of Rio+20, Sha Zukang [who 'really doesn't like Americans'), expect 193 attendees from governments, the private sector, NGOs and other stakeholders, according to the Sarah de Sainte Croix March 20, 2012 article in The Rio Times. The stated themes of this colossal conference, which is structured around a 204-page report titled, “Working Towards a Balanced and Inclusive Green Economy, A United Nations System-Wide Perspective,” are “the green economy in the context of

Hollywood Reporter Wishes She
Had Disease to Stay Skinny?

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   4/21/2012 2:10:47 PM EST    36047
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I guess now it's cool in Hollywood to make light of diseases, illnesses, and allergies. At least it is for one Internet entertainment reporterette who apparently wishes that she had some sort of disease if that disease made her skinny. Seriously, this is the sort of vapidity that makes the denizens of Hollyweird and their hangers-on appear so reprehensible.

Where in the hell are the churches?
BoilingTheFrogs, by Joe Dan Gorman
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Posted By: JoeDanMedia  -   4/21/2012 2:04:35 PM EST    36046
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I don’t write about this topic lightly, and as you’ll see by the dates—I’ve allowed several months and multiple opportunities to pass. I have no desire to ‘broad-brush’ an entire church based on the behavior of one or two representatives and NO WAY will I lie about a church, but as it turns out, my ‘now former church’ is a poster child for ‘religious political correctness’ crossing paths with ‘uncompromising reality.’ So as a result, I am now forced to use a much ‘looser definition’ of the word ‘church’… but this in no way diminishes my love for God. I


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