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Cuccinelli Campaign Says National GOP Abandoned Them: ‘We Were on Our Own’

Cuccinelli Campaign Says National GOP Abandoned Them: ‘We Were on Our Own’

on November 6, 2013, 6:44 AM / in National News, News

by  Tony Lee Original Post A campaign strategist for Republican Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli said that the national GOP abandoned the campaign in its final days. At the end of the race, Cuccinelli was closing in on Democrat Terry McAuliffe, who eked out a two-point victory on Tuesday despite exit polls that showed McAuliffe was up by seven points. […]

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Obama denies promising Americans they could absolutely keep their healthcare plans, but video shows him making that pledge – 29 times!

Obama denies promising Americans they could absolutely keep their healthcare plans, but video shows him making that pledge – 29 times!

on November 6, 2013, 6:41 AM / in National News, News

Obama  suddenly pivoted Monday night, adding conditions to his pledge that no one would  lose insurance plans that they liked The  Affordable Care Act requires policies to include a set of coverage items  including maternity and pediatric care, whether or not people want  it As costs  rise, insurance companies are issuing cancellation letters by the  millions The White  House isn’t […]

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Cancer sufferer who took on Obamacare slams White House official for ‘snotty’ tweet, and says Obama’s family and staff should all sign up if they support it

Cancer sufferer who took on Obamacare slams White House official for ‘snotty’ tweet, and says Obama’s family and staff should all sign up if they support it

on November 6, 2013, 6:38 AM / in National News, News

Edie Sundby  said she understands now that ‘tax cronyism’ and Obamacare teamed up to push her  health insurer into canceling her policy She has  survived lung and gallbladder cancer for nearly seven years, but fears a  government-run health bureaucracy ‘Government  is potentially making life-or-death decisions for me? My God – they can’t even  run the DMV,’ she says White House  […]

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Va Lessons: ObamaCare v. the Tea Party

Va Lessons: ObamaCare v. the Tea Party

on November 6, 2013, 6:34 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

Jonathan S. Tobin | @tobincommentary Original Post The Virginia governor’s race was supposed to prove how the Tea Party destroyed the GOP. Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli was supposed to be too extreme and too much of a right-winger to be competitive. McAuliffe, who had a double-digit lead as late as two weeks ago, was coasting to victory on the strength of […]

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Key Election results across the Nation

on November 6, 2013, 6:24 AM / in National News, News

BOSTON ELECTS NEW MAYOR: For the first time in 20 years, Boston’s mayor won’t be Tom Menino, who chose not to run for a sixth term. State Rep. Marty Walsh, 46, edged City Council member John Connolly, 40, a fellow Democrat, after endorsements from numerous labor and minority activist groups helped him surge from almost 10 points down in the […]

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Scheduled Meeting to set date for Sheriff’s appeal hearing; Second Sexual Harassment Charges Pending

Scheduled Meeting to set date for Sheriff’s appeal hearing; Second Sexual Harassment Charges Pending

on November 5, 2013, 4:01 PM / in Local News, News

The attorneys of Madison County Sheriff David Woolfork and Deputy Sharon Sangster are scheduled to meet with Judge Paul Summers today, according to the Circuit Court clerk’s office, to determine an appeal hearing date for Woolfork regarding an order of protection Sangster filed against him. Lieutenant To File Sexual Harassment Charges Against Woolfork The Madison County Attorney Steve Maroney has […]

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Memo to Merkel: Tell Obama to Take a Hike

Memo to Merkel: Tell Obama to Take a Hike

on November 5, 2013, 1:01 PM / in National News, News, Opinion

Chutzpah. I believe that’s the word for it. Just days after learning the Americans have been tapping her phones and taping her conversations, Angela Merkel has been publicly upbraided by the U.S. Treasury for being a bad global citizen. What did she do to deserve this? Merkel just won a third term as chancellor with a record vote and has […]

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Ron Paul: ‘Insane’ to Vote for ‘Libertarian’ Robert Sarvis

Ron Paul: ‘Insane’ to Vote for ‘Libertarian’ Robert Sarvis

on November 5, 2013, 11:16 AM / in National News, News

by  Tony Lee Original Post On Monday, former Congressman and staunch libertarian Ron Paul (R-TX) campaigned for Virginia Republican Governor candidate Ken Cuccinelli and said Virginias would be giving up on liberty if they voted for Democrat Terry McAuliffe in Tuesday’s election and would be “insane” if they voted for so-called libertarian Robert Sarvis, the third-party candidate who may siphon enough […]

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Iran Closes in on Nukes

Iran Closes in on Nukes

on November 5, 2013, 10:23 AM / in National News, News

Iran continues to implement its long-term nuclear strategy, despite media speculation over supposedly productive recent talks between Iran and the P5+1. For 10 years, through two U.S. administrations and numerous UNSC Resolutions, Iran has held to this strategy and, as a result, is closer than ever to nuclear weapons capability. Given the current irresolute nature of Barack Obama, why would […]

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Regulatory Commissars: Order to Combat Warming

Regulatory Commissars: Order to Combat Warming

on November 5, 2013, 9:00 AM / in National News, News

In a Friday afternoon executive order, Barack Obama ordered the federal government to do even more to combat so-called climate change. The order read, in part, “The impacts of climate change — including an increase in prolonged periods of excessively high temperatures, more heavy downpours, an increase in wildfires, more severe droughts, permafrost thawing, ocean acidification and sea-level rise — […]

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Village Academic Curriculum: Socialist Brotherly Love

Village Academic Curriculum: Socialist Brotherly Love

on November 5, 2013, 8:26 AM / in National News, News

If the Philadelphia City Council has its way, high school students in the City of Brotherly Love will soon be learning U.S. history as told by socialist Howard Zinn. The council recently approved a resolution calling for the incorporation of Zinn’s “A People’s History of the United States” into public high schools. The resolution claims the book “emphasizes the role […]

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Weekly Budget Bluster

Weekly Budget Bluster

on November 5, 2013, 8:21 AM / in National News, News

It was but two weeks ago that the government “shutdown” ended with a partial deal to fund the government through early next year. Congress began negotiating last week on the next fiscal deal. At issue is nothing particularly new — Democrats want spending to increase a lot, and Republicans want it to increase a little less. In his weekly address […]

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The Pied Piper for Amnesty (25-35 millions of illegals—not the 12 million the government lies about), Open Borders, & Cheap Labor, with more coming

The Pied Piper for Amnesty (25-35 millions of illegals—not the 12 million the government lies about), Open Borders, & Cheap Labor, with more coming

on November 5, 2013, 8:09 AM / in National News, News

Randy Zook, the Pied Piper and Chief Executive Officer of the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of Arkansas, anointed a Fort Smith Chamber of Commerce’s First Friday Breakfast with a ton of blather with little honesty or substance.  He titled his screed “The Global War for Good Jobs”. He stated Arkansas has about 98,000 who are officially unemployed and […]

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A Visit To The Humane Society – And Response

on November 5, 2013, 8:05 AM / in News, State News

Friday, November 01, 2013 Yesterday I went to the Chattanooga Humane Society to find a small dog after losing my 20-year-old pet who died of old age a couple of months ago. I have been to several adoptions places but to no avail, failing to find “that special one.” I walked in to find the young lady (brunette) talking with a […]

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Gunman clad in ‘full body armor’ opens fire in New Jersey mall

Gunman clad in ‘full body armor’ opens fire in New Jersey mall

on November 5, 2013, 7:36 AM / in National News, News

Citizens for legitimate government reported an gunman clad in ‘full body armor’ opens fire in New Jersey mall This is something that we train for quite often.’ –Mayor of Paramus, NJ, Richard LaBarbiera Witness Johnny Jumenes (spelling), who was in the US Navy, in WPIX interview, claims he saw two shooters with two different types of guns. He said one […]

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Residents push Mack Hatcher extension project into state spotlight

Residents push Mack Hatcher extension project into state spotlight

on November 5, 2013, 7:30 AM / in News, State News

This photo rendering looking south shows the proposed Mack Hatcher Parkway heading toward Highway 96 West (right) and away from the current intersection of Hillsboro Road. The road would cross the Harpeth River twice as the waterway loops around Brownland Farm. Christ Community Church is at the bottom center of the photo.  /  Submitted / City of Franklin State to […]

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THC to begin accepting grant applications for historical preservation projects

THC to begin accepting grant applications for historical preservation projects

on November 5, 2013, 7:17 AM / in News, State News

Watch OUT…. HERE THEY COME  The Tennessee Historical Commission will begin accepting grant applications for historic preservation projects for the 2013-2014 fiscal year beginning this month. The amount of funds available for grants in Tennessee is expected to be approximately $200,000. After review, applications will be rated and ranked. Funding decisions will be made when the exact amount of the […]

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Greenbrier, Tenn., mayor charged with Toys for Tots theft

Greenbrier, Tenn., mayor charged with Toys for Tots theft

on November 5, 2013, 7:02 AM / in News, State News

by Associated Press GREENBRIER, Tenn. — Greenbrier Mayor Billy Wilson was arrested by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at about 1:15 p.m. on Monday at city hall, according to City Superintendent Tommy Maitland. “It was so quick,” Maitland said. “We didn’t have time to process it. They just came in and took him. It was over in a matter of […]

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Lakeland, Tennessee’s  past, present compete to oversee its future

Lakeland, Tennessee’s past, present compete to oversee its future

on November 5, 2013, 7:01 AM / in News, State News

By Matt Saxton / Bartlett Express Although only three candidates have thrown their hat into the ring for this year’s Lakeland mayoral race, all three bring a wealth of political experience familiar to Lakeland residents. Scott Carmichael is the town’s current mayor. Jim Bomprezzi was once the town’s mayor and a former town commissioner. And Wyatt Bunker, a newcomer to Lakeland […]

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Bartlett to negotiate for 11 school buildings

on November 5, 2013, 6:56 AM / in News, State News

By Graham Sweeney The Shelby County Board of Education approved an ordinance Monday night allowing Bartlett to negotiate a 40-year lease for the 11 school buildings within the city. The Altruria Elementary, Appling Middle, Bartlett Elementary, Bartlett High, Bon Lin Elementary, Bon Lin Middle, Ellendale Elementary, Elmore Park Middle, Oak Elementary, Rivercrest Elementary and Shadowlawn Elementary school buildings will be […]

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