Monthly Archives: July 2011

Obama’s Grand Redistribution (Robin Hood was honest enough to use a weapon)

Behind the D.C. Slugfest By Victor Davis Hanson “About 50 percent of taxpayers don’t pay federal income taxes. Almost half of American adults receive either the majority of or all of their income in some form from government. They are … Continue reading

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SYRIA: Tanks fire into people filled streets

A least 45 civilians killed, scores injured in ongoing Syrian tank assault on Hama early Sunday • Witnesses report tank guns firing 4 shells a minute into streets • Protesters face tanks chanting “One Syrian people!” until mowed down • … Continue reading

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Charles Krauthammer: “Consider the Boehner Plan for debt reduction.”

The Capitol dome in Washington, is seen in the morning twilight the day after the midterm elections, Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010 The great divide “We’re in the midst of a great four-year national debate on the size and reach of … Continue reading

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“In every reputable battleground state poll conducted over the past month, Obama’s support is weak”

President Obama’s job approval rating in the latest national polls has been in the danger zone, ranging from 42 percent (Gallup) to 47 percent (ABC News/Washington Post), with every survey showing him with higher unfavorables than favorables. Needless to say, … Continue reading

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Rubio on Obama: “Disappointing and alarming”

Sen. Rubio Talks Budget, Debt On Senate Floor Meet GOP Next Generation @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=WkFIXdby4Cs

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U.S. Citizenship? Don’t need no stinkin’ citizenship in CA.

California Dream Act: Brown expands education options for undocumented students – Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law Monday easing access to privately funded financial aid for undocumented college students. He also signaled that he was likely to back a more … Continue reading

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Boehner: “the president wanted a blank check six months ago, and he wants a blank check today. That is just not going to happen.”

“Good evening. I’m John Boehner. I serve as Speaker of the whole House — of the members of both parties that you elect. These are difficult times in the life of our nation. Millions are looking for work, have been … Continue reading

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