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Obama’s Look What I Did to the Economy Tour

Obama’s Look What I Did to the Economy Tour

on August 6, 2013, 8:05 AM / in National News, News

Congress has adjourned for their August recess, which means the Left won’t be mounting their collective assault on Liberty from inside the Beltway but rather out in their home districts and states. They are joined by Barack Hussein Obama, who is continuing his “Look What I Did to the Economy” tour across the nation. He launched that tour in our […]

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“Liberal Lamar” donations exposed!

“Liberal Lamar” donations exposed!

on August 6, 2013, 8:01 AM / in National News, News, State News

There are some disturbing trends inside Senator Lamar Alexander’s recent campaign financial report. The list of who donated to his campaign and what he spent the money on just further demonstrates that he is NOT a man of the People. His report shows that he is an out-of-touch elitist career politician of the worst kind. Let’s get started…. First let’s […]

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Comparisons of Common Core State Standards to Georgia Performance Standards Released

Comparisons of Common Core State Standards to Georgia Performance Standards Released

on August 6, 2013, 7:49 AM / in National News, News, State News

State Senator William Ligon (R-Brunswick) issued a press release this afternoon that accompanied two reports that compared Georgia’s previous standards with the Common Core State Standards. Here is the presser: ATLANTA (August 5, 2013) – Sen. William Ligon (R-Brunswick) released two reports today, one regarding math and the other on English language arts, which compare the Common Core Standards to […]

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Comparisons of Common Core State Standards to Georgia Performance Standards Released

Comparisons of Common Core State Standards to Georgia Performance Standards Released

on August 6, 2013, 7:39 AM / in National News, News, State News

COMMON CORE: A SIXTEEN BILLION DOLLAR SCAM Many legislators, parents, and taxpayers have been given the false impression that Common Core State Standards and the International Baccalaureate programs will reform and improve education. But these two newest educational policies are an extension of the old policies that created weaknesses in the current American educational system. In 1956, that system was […]

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Feds Caught in Lies; Say Will Come Clean. Don’t Bet on It.

Feds Caught in Lies; Say Will Come Clean. Don’t Bet on It.

on August 6, 2013, 7:25 AM / in National News, News

Written by  William F. Jasper In a July 24 Defense Department public affairs briefing, Pentagon spokesman George Little (shown) told DoD public affairs officers that they must increase and intensify their efforts to deal with bad news stories before the independent media and social media websites make them go viral on the Internet. (The DoD press story is here; the actual video […]

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Jobs Reports: U.S. Turning Into a Part-time Worker Economy

Jobs Reports: U.S. Turning Into a Part-time Worker Economy

on August 6, 2013, 7:21 AM / in National News, News

When the two-part employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) was issued on Friday, the news was modestly positive: From its business “establishment” data it noted that employment increased by 162,000, a little less than expected but not far from the average of 175,000 new jobs a month that the economy has been generating for the last three months. The […]

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Detroit’s Descent into Fiscal Madness

Detroit’s Descent into Fiscal Madness

on August 6, 2013, 7:17 AM / in National News, News

Detroit’s bankruptcy is due in no small measure to a single government policy: the city government promised its workers more and more, but it refused to set aside sufficient funds to pay for these benefits. More than half of the Motor City’s $18.25 billion debt represents unfunded retirement liabilities. The lesson? “It’s that when governments promise benefits they are unwilling […]

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Is Exposing War Crimes a Crime?

Is Exposing War Crimes a Crime?

on August 6, 2013, 7:13 AM / in National News, News

Military prosecutors claimed that PFC Bradley Manning was guilty of “aiding the enemy.” A federal judge dismissed that charge—the most serious of the lot—but the army intelligence analyst still faces many other counts, which could keep him behind bars for the rest of his life. The key ethical question, one that may be debated for decades to come, is this: […]

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Bits and Pieces…. August 6th 2013

Bits and Pieces…. August 6th 2013

on August 6, 2013, 7:04 AM / in Local News, National News, News

Visions of grandeur Scott Conger considers mayoral run and helped along by the Jackson Sun, West Tennessee Health Care and promises from the Democrat party to the liberal candidate. Coming to Our Town Soon Bankruptcy clouds Detroit mayoral primary election – Candidates in Detroit’s mayoral primary are racing to lead what soon could be the largest U.S. city ever to […]

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Reince Priebus to CNN, NBC: drop the Hillary propaganda films, or lose primary debate access

Reince Priebus to CNN, NBC: drop the Hillary propaganda films, or lose primary debate access

on August 6, 2013, 6:24 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

By: Moe Lane Their call. The head of the Republican Party threatened Monday to cut out CNN and NBC from the GOP presidential primary debates if the networks do not shelve their plans to air lengthy features on Hillary Clinton — who is widely expected to be a Democratic candidate in the 2016 election. Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus […]

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Ethics at every level

Ethics at every level

on August 5, 2013, 10:02 AM / in Opinion

Some time ago Trent Seibert with the Tennessean wrote about a ethics bill that had been created behind the curtains, as I might say. It is not surprising that a compromise ethics bill was pieced together by a compromise crafted out of public sight. That’s how business has long been done on Capitol Hill. Sen. Douglas Henry, D-Nashville, who chairs the powerful Senate […]

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Robichaud: In mood for fiction? Wait for new projects on Hillary

Robichaud: In mood for fiction? Wait for new projects on Hillary

on August 5, 2013, 8:02 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

When did the Clintons 
become the Kennedys? Just what the world needs is not one, but two movie projects on the so-called virtues of Hillary Clinton. Has Obama set the bar so low that Hillary looks like a good alternative? With left-wing Tinseltown celebs in the Clintons’ back pocket, the chances of her scandals being included in the CNN film […]

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“I Go Pogo!”

“I Go Pogo!”

on August 5, 2013, 7:41 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

He that would speak truth must first have one foot in the stirrup.  –   Turkish proverb By Butler Shaffer It was during my freshman year of college that I first encountered the works of that most eminent American political philosopher, Pogo Possum. Channeled through cartoonist, Walt Kelly, Pogo provided an alternative to the “Ozzie and Harriet” mindset that kept most Americans […]

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MADISON COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY Press Release

MADISON COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY Press Release

on August 5, 2013, 7:28 AM / in Local News, News

TNGOP Chairman Chris Devaney to Speak at August 12 Meeting of Madison Co. GOP The August meeting of the Madison County Republican Party is scheduled for Monday, August 12th at 11:30 AM at Logan’s Roadhouse, 604 Carriage House Drive in Jackson. This month we’re pleased to welcome Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Chris Devaney as our speaker. You can follow Chairman […]

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Oceanside, CA I-5 Overpass Protest Yesterday a Huge Success

Oceanside, CA I-5 Overpass Protest Yesterday a Huge Success

on August 5, 2013, 7:21 AM / in National News, News

Brooks Street overpass on I-5, Oceanside, 12pm-3pm.  Heavy, slow traffic in both directions during the entire 3 hours, especially as traffic slowed down to read the signs.  Estimated 25,000-30,000 vehicles observed the protest signs, primarily “No Amnesty” and “Impeach Obama”.  About 40 Patriots attended, some from as far away as Upland to wave signs and flags and wave to passing […]

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Lonnie G Bunch, Smithsonian

Lonnie G Bunch, Smithsonian

on August 5, 2013, 7:06 AM / in National News, News

We’ve heard, in the last week, how the Smithsonian might be interested in acquiring the hoodie worn by Trayvon Martin the night he assaulted George Zimmerman and died for his trouble. I’m sure many are wondering why in the world the Smithsonian would want to glorify, as a black symbol, a wannabe gangsta. Maybe this will answer their questions.  This […]

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YOUR CONGRESS CRITTER IN YOUR DISTRICT – ACT NOW OR WE’RE DOOMED

YOUR CONGRESS CRITTER IN YOUR DISTRICT – ACT NOW OR WE’RE DOOMED

on August 5, 2013, 6:58 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

By: Devvy On September 29, 1993, I held a rally (along with a lot of good people helping out) on the steps of the nation’s capitol in Washington, District of Criminals. Park police estimated about 4,000 people. The purpose was to deliver 1,763,000 petition signatures to the liars and thieves in the Outlaw Congress to abolish the IRS and the […]

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The Philadelphia Eagles’ Riley Cooper Would Have Got in Less Trouble for Committing Murder

The Philadelphia Eagles’ Riley Cooper Would Have Got in Less Trouble for Committing Murder

on August 5, 2013, 6:18 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

By Paul Kersey Under the current Minority Occupation Government, the historic American nation exists only to be exploited. And the worst crime for Americans is not murder, rape, or treason­but whites saying a forbidden word. The destruction of a public figure for saying a forbidden word is now an established American ritual. The dust has yet to settle on the […]

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Tawana Brawley begins making defamation payments

Tawana Brawley begins making defamation payments

on August 5, 2013, 6:11 AM / in National News, News

WORLD Magazine NEW YORK     (AP) — A black woman who set off a racial firestorm as a teenager after alleging she was raped by a group of white men in 1987 has begun making defamation payments to one of them. Tawana Brawley has paid just over $3,700 to former county prosecutor Steven Pagones, the New York Post reported (http://bit.ly/14USZiy ). […]

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Agenda 21 Social Justice in America?

Agenda 21 Social Justice in America?

on August 5, 2013, 6:00 AM / in National News, News

By Karen Schoen Original Post It has come to our attention: The Florida Department of Education is not paying attention to the material given to our students. Social justice the UNESCO ideology is now being taught in the classroom. Social justice supports equality and solidarity in a society. So we are all on the same page, social justice is based […]

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