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  • Black unemployment rates remain high
    Liberal Democrats support racist minimum wage laws
    Minimum wage laws originate from a culture of racism and discrimination against African-American workers since they gained their freedom from slavery. The minimum wage laws were enacted to prevent African-American labor from undercutting white...
  • Fellow at the Hoover Institution: ‘Bush lied, thousands died was an abject lie’
    Fellow at the Hoover Institution: ‘Bush lied, thousands died was an abject lie’
    Last week, the New York Times published an articlequestioning on whether former President George W. Bush was actually correct about Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) that lead-up to the 2003 warthat Iraq. While liberals criticized and...
  • Obama's Ebola czar has disturbing history
    Obama's Ebola czar has disturbing history
    Due to a series of miscues, mistakes, and misstatements that turned out to be false as the nation struggled with the Ebola virus on U.S. soil, Barack Obama told the public that he would need an "Ebola czar" to coordinate the effort to...
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    Amid government controversy, rapper cashes in on Ebola scare
    In what may be a case of the internet being at one with the universe, the world wide web's Yin and Yang has been maintained following the incoming Ebola Czar's name and biography being removed from the official website of a liberal think...
  • Obama's unpaid bills
    Obama says he has 'unpaid bills' in Chicago, White House deletes comment
    So much for transparency. On Tuesday, the White House censored from official transcripts Barack Obama's admission that he has "unpaid bills" in Chicago. Speaking at a Democratic fundraiser in Chicago on Monday, Obama described how...
  • Obama fried chicken
    Obama fried chicken photo gets deleted for racial insensitivity
    Bloomberg Politics has removed a Twitter photo of Barack Obama next to fried chicken, perhaps due to pressure from the White House. In a (supposedly) free country with (supposedly) First Amendment protections, liberals think you can't name a...
  • Chief Justice John Roberts not what conservatives wished for
    Chief Justice John Roberts not what conservatives wished for
    Is Chief Justice John Roberts moving to the left? Conservatives are growing concerned he is increasingly siding with liberals on the U.S. Supreme Court, according to Politico reports Monday.Any conservative will tell you it started with his tie...
  • Republican congresswoman under 24/7 guard after ISIS threat
    Republican congresswoman under 24/7 guard after ISIS threat
    In late breaking news, WND reported on Monday that Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) has been placed under twenty-four hour tight security after online threats to her life were directed at her from the radical Islamic Muslim...
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    Ignored by Team Obama: Dubya's 2004 Ebola plan, Marines trained for bio threat
    While the Obama Administration, to include the Chuck Hagel-led Department of Defense, scramble to brainstorm their latest effort to check the spread of the Ebola virus, the Wall Street Journal is reporting on Oct. 19, 2014 of Team Obama unveiling...
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    Democrats running from a disaster called Obama
    Reuters reports that the president was campaigning for a Democrat and this happened:President Barack Obama made a rare appearance on the campaign trail on Sunday with a rally to support the Democratic candidate for governor in Maryland, but early...
  • Virginia Senior Senator Mark Warner
    Politicians on both sides implicated in the Puckett scandal in Virginia
    Virginia's Senior Senator Mark Warner, a Democrat, as well as Republican Delegate Terry Kilgore, a Republican, are facing questions about their involvement in the circumstances related to State Senator Philip Puckett, a Democrat, who resigned...
  • Democrats running away from Obama and the Ebola crisis
    Democrats running away from Obama and the Ebola crisis
    You need a scorecard for the upcoming election to separate the Democrats from the Republicans. With the president’s polling numbers at record lows, Democrats are running for the middle ground and changing the subject. They are doing their...
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    The nature of islam
    A blogger asked this question: “If one question may be asked, is it the intent of radical Islam to bring the rest of the world to submission, or is it more a reaction to the western world’s affluence and inconsistent meddling into the...
  • Karl Rove, ANWR and Mark Begich
    Karl Rove, ANWR and Mark Begich
    In early August, Mark Begich looked like he'd win re-election to Alaska's seat in the US Senate. Then he ran a disastrous ad that turned this race on a dime. Now American Crossroads is questioning whether Sen. Begich is Harry Reid's...
  • Quinn and Obama
    Obama hits Chicago to campaign for struggling Gov. Pat Quinn and Dick Durbin
    President Barack Obama arrived in Chicago Sunday evening at O’Hare Airport to do some campaigning for two of the state’s Democratic politicians who are running in the Nov. 4 election to hold their jobs, according to Politico on Monday....