Monthly Archives: May 2011

Is the “American Dream” to by a home?


The American Dream was a house with a white picket fence, but after the recession of 2008 buying a home is not all that American.  Growing up, my dad continued to tell me buying a home is the best investment anyone could make but I never understood why I would […]

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The House vote to raise the debt ceiling is rejected by both Dems & Repubs


The House of Reps decided to play politics with our credit as a nation by rejecting to raise the debt ceiling. The Republicans promised not to vote to raise the debt ceiling if no concessions were made to lower our national debt. The debt ceiling must be raised from $14.3 […]

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Palin bus tour…who cares


Mrs. Sarah Palin needs attention and the media is giving her just that, too much attention. This one term Alaska Governor (who just happened to quit), is one of the frontrunners in recent CNN poll at 14% (behind Giuliani 16% & Romney 15%) in the Republican Presidential field. These numbers […]

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Is the sunshine gone in Lakerland?


On May 24, 2011, Jim Buss the son of Jerry Buss (owner) decides to hiring Mike Brown former coach of the Cleveland Cavs.  Two days after the false end of the world prediction by some crazy religious person, Jim Buss ended the world of the LAkers Fans.  Reports surfaced about […]

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What Does the Republicans’ Jobs Plan Mean?


ABC News’ Huma Khan reports: President Obama and Republicans unveiled competing jobs plans Thursday to rev up U.S. employment. Given the gridlock in Washington and lack of specifics, questions remain about whether these proposals will produce any substantive results, although there are several provisions on which the two parties have already found common […]

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Republicans in tornado ravaged areas are finding out why we need a federal government


The only thing I’ve learned from the Tea Party is how they don’t need a Federal Government,but over the last month with these killer tornadoes the only thing saving these families are the Federal Government.  We all pay taxes to the Federal Government so they could use the resources for […]

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Bigtime victory for Democrats in New York 26th Congressional District


Democrat Kathy Hochul won the New York 26th Congressional seat is stunning fashion. A major Republican district was up for grabs after the Republican Jane Corwin stated she would’ve voted for Paul Ryans Medicare busting bill. This is a major problem for Republicans considering all but four Republicans in the […]

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The first drastic attack on women health starts in Indiana


I still remember the 2010 republican/tea party campaign slogan, JOBS, Jobs, jobs. With this slogan they won the House of Reps & the majority in many state government offices. After the swearing-in, the only bills passed in the Republican ran states are anti-union & anti-women. The anti-union busting bill started […]

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Yeah…Tim Pawlenty has entered the Presidential race. I need a good nap!


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Utah, the first state to legalize gold & silver coins…wild wild west is back


Utah has taken it to the federal government, they legalized gold & silver coins.  Now, why would a state do such a thing?  Utah state Rep. Brad Galvez, the founder of the bill explains: “Americans are losing faith in the dollar. If you’re mad about government debt, ditch the cash […]

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Is your professor Democrat or Republican?


Does it really matter if your professor is Red or Blue? Well, according to a study –forthcoming in Applied Economics — by Talia Bar, an assistant professor at Cornell University, and Asaf Zussman, assistant professor of economics at Hebrew University of Jerusalem it does make a difference. The study concluded: […]

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Judicial nominee Goodwin Liu deserves an up or down vote.


Who is Goodwin Liu one might ask, well he was really really close to being nominated as the first Asian-American judge on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.  To add fuel to the flames the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals represents 40 percent of the Asian-American population in the U.S.  […]

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The United States # 1 allied is……


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President Obama believes the ’67 border is the future border for Isreal.


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The next big tax idea……driving tax?


Instead of discontinuing tax breaks for the oil companies, lawmakers in Washington are finding other ways to tax Americans for infrastructure & highway repairs. One of the ideas on the table is a driving tax. This is the argument for a driving tax: “Because greater fuel economy is letting motorists […]

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