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The 20 Most Annoying Liberals of 2014

The 20 Most Annoying Liberals of 2014

on December 30, 2014, 6:47 AM / in Opinion

By John Hawkins  /  Townhall.com Honorable Mentions: The ACLU, Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, The Freedom From Religion Foundation, Jesse Jackson, Ezra Klein, Sheila Jackson-Lee, Mike Malloy, Michelle Obama, Rosie O’Donnell, Chris Rock, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Chuck Schumer, Joan Walsh, Elizabeth Warren, Shannon Watts, Sally Kohn 20) Wendy Davis: Liberals had such great hopes for Wendy Davis, but her abort ‘em-all-and-let-God-sort-‘em-out themed […]

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Random Thoughts

Random Thoughts

on December 30, 2014, 6:28 AM / in Opinion

By Thomas Sowell  Random thoughts on the passing scene: Now that Barack Obama is ruling by decree, he seems more like a king than a president. Maybe it is time we change the way we address him. “Your Majesty” may be a little too much, but perhaps “Your Royal Glibness” might be appropriate. It tells us a lot about academia […]

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When Christmas Puppies Bring Jail Time

When Christmas Puppies Bring Jail Time

on December 29, 2014, 9:19 AM / in National News

From Katharine’s Musings on Liberty and Tyranny  During Christmas, many in America woke up to family and friends, presents and loved ones abounding in homes stuffed to bursting with holiday joy. The cries of glee as children opened their presents.  Christmas carols playing on the stereo.  Christmas movies on the TV.  Beautiful aromas coming from the kitchen. But not in the City of Waukegan, Illinois. […]

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How Much Should We Tolerate? Americans need to be a lot less Tolerant

How Much Should We Tolerate? Americans need to be a lot less Tolerant

on December 29, 2014, 9:10 AM / in Opinion

Special Thanks to Lucy By John Hawkins  /  conservativeread.com Here’s a message that’s almost never said that our country desperately needs to hear: Americans need to be a lot less tolerant. One of the most ironclad laws of life on Planet Earth is that you get more of what you reward and less of what you punish. If our goal […]

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Passing of Jerry Hobbs

Passing of Jerry Hobbs

on December 29, 2014, 8:31 AM / in People

It is with great sadness that must let everyone know that Jerry Hobbs the  President of Public Lands for the People has passed away today in San Bernardino Ca. The small scale mining community has lost a relentless advocate for small scale mining and public land rights! I know from personal experience that Jerry spent every waking hour of the last 14 […]

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Praying for Roy

Praying for Roy

on December 29, 2014, 7:56 AM / in State News

No matter what you might think of someone’s political point of view, you really pray for the best for all of us. Roy Herron, Tennessee’s Democratic Party chairman, is recovering from a heart attack. Mrs. Roy Herron, Nancy, released an email on Sunday stating that her husband is recuperating from a heart attack he had earlier in December. She said he […]

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2014’s five trendsetters for waste, fraud and abuse in Tennessee government

2014’s five trendsetters for waste, fraud and abuse in Tennessee government

on December 29, 2014, 7:44 AM / in Opinion, State News

By Chris Butler | Tennessee Watchdog NASHVILLE — In the spirit of being a true watchdog, you really must keep a sharp eye on certain Tennessee government officials in 2015. Throughout 2014, we reported countless stories of waste, fraud and abuse throughout Tennessee. The complete list is endless, but here are the worst offenders: Oak Ridge Police Chief James Akagi […]

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Billionaire Mark Cuban Warns Of Massive Crash That Will Wipe Out America’s Colleges: “You’re Going To See A Repeat Of What We Saw In The Housing Market”

Billionaire Mark Cuban Warns Of Massive Crash That Will Wipe Out America’s Colleges: “You’re Going To See A Repeat Of What We Saw In The Housing Market”

on December 29, 2014, 7:39 AM / in National News

College tuitions have exploded because of easy money guaranteed by Sallie Mae. So, if any student can borrow more and more money, and it’s guaranteed by the federal government, why wouldn’t the colleges take it all? The problem is that bubble has led to over a trillion dollars in student loan debt, which is having a significant impact on the […]

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Bar association wants the muddy the waters and keep divorce filings secret for up to 10 days

Bar association wants the muddy the waters and keep divorce filings secret for up to 10 days

on December 29, 2014, 7:28 AM / in State News

The Tennessee Bar Association will push legislation making divorce filings secret for up to ten days, according to The Tennessean. At issue: When someone files for divorce, the case becomes a public record. That sometimes happens before the responding husband or wife has been notified and served with a protective order, TBA (Tennessee Bar Association) Executive Director Allan Ramsaur said. […]

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FORBES EXPOSES THE TRUTH ABOUT THE HASLAM PLAN TO EXPAND OBAMACARE.

FORBES EXPOSES THE TRUTH ABOUT THE HASLAM PLAN TO EXPAND OBAMACARE.

on December 29, 2014, 7:00 AM / in State News

By Jonathan Ingram, Nic Horton and Josh Archambault  /  Forbes While the Tennessee media, especially the AP and Gannett are asleep at the switch, or worse, there are some in the NATIONAL media who have no problem figuring out the scam that underlies Insure Tennessee. Special thanks to Steve Gill for spotting this one. Mr. Ingram is Research Director, Mr. Horton is a Policy Impact […]

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Obama briefed on missing AirAsia flight

Obama briefed on missing AirAsia flight

on December 28, 2014, 8:40 AM / in International News

By Justin Sink  / The Hill President Obama was briefed Saturday night about the disappearance of an AirAsia jetliner that went missing while traveling between Indonesia and Singapore. White House spokesman Eric Schultz said White House officials had informed the president of the disappearance and were continuing to monitor the situation. The statement was issued as the president and first lady were […]

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What, Another Present?

What, Another Present?

on December 28, 2014, 8:29 AM / in Bedtime Stories

Special thanks to Kathy for sending this one…..

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These Celebs Get the Grinch Award

These Celebs Get the Grinch Award

on December 27, 2014, 9:31 AM / in National News

Written by  Chip Wood Americans are without a doubt the most generous people in the world. We give more of our time and money to others than any other nation. I’ll have some specific stats to share with you in a moment, but there are also a bunch of folks who give charity a bad name. One of them is […]

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Heart-Melting Moment As Gift-Wrapped Soldier Surprises His Family With Return From Afghanistan

on December 27, 2014, 8:55 AM / in People, State News

A soldier who recently returned home from Afghanistan has given his family a heartwarming holiday surprise by jumping out of a gift-wrapped box. Patrick Conwell, 31, enlisted the help of his brother Matthew, who told their mother, father and sister that he and his expectant wife would be hosting a party to reveal the gender of their baby – and […]

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An Average Guy Learns About Jekyll Island. He Launches a Media Firm.

on December 27, 2014, 8:46 AM / in International News, National News, Opinion

By Gary North  /  The Tea Party Economist This is a great personal testimony. It is also an accurate brief history of the media. He got into this by finding out about three items that we conspiracy theorists have known for 40 years or more: the origins of public relations (Edward Bernays — though not Ivy Lee, meaning that he […]

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Hack on Sony: FBI Still Blames North Korea Despite Experts’ Evidence

Hack on Sony: FBI Still Blames North Korea Despite Experts’ Evidence

on December 27, 2014, 8:06 AM / in International News, National News

Written by  C. Mitchell Shaw The FBI is standing by claims that North Korea was behind the devastating cyber-attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment late last month — the largest in U.S. history —that crippled computer systems and allowed hackers to leak more than 100 terabytes of sensitive company data. The FBI and Sony Pictures Entertainment say the attack and subsequent […]

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You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

on December 27, 2014, 7:54 AM / in International News, National News

By Charles Payne  / Townhall.com Could we be entering into a golden period where inflation is not only not an issue, but prices are falling in so many key areas of day to day life that it amplifies income even though wages aren’t rising? The short answer is “yes,” and it’s what the Fed has been working toward for years. […]

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Okay, don’t Smile…..

Okay, don’t Smile…..

on December 27, 2014, 7:49 AM / in Bedtime Stories

Just Remember, he didn’t create the process, he just used the successful tactic’s of previous admins……

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“Girls Just Wanna Have Guns” film project launches online campaign

“Girls Just Wanna Have Guns” film project launches online campaign

on December 26, 2014, 7:15 AM / in Announcements

Regis Giles’ website, GirlsJustWannaHaveGuns.com, zeroes in like a bullet on the truth: gun ownership is the real war on women. “Today if you want to empower a woman, put a gun in her hand,” she says. “The confidence from learning to shoot a firearm is far superior to anything one could ever imagine and it’s genuinely better than any gender […]

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The Great Christmas Boots Adventure/Conservative New Year’s Eve Party

The Great Christmas Boots Adventure/Conservative New Year’s Eve Party

on December 26, 2014, 7:05 AM / in Opinion

Mary and I just arrived home to Florida after campaigning around the country most of the year for conservative candidates. Our pet/house sitter did an excellent job keeping our animals (greyhound, three cats and three birds) happy and our home in order. A large tree in our backyard died and fell. Thank God it did not hit our house. Mary […]

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