Monthly Archives: December 2011

The new L.A. city council law restricting vending on Venice boardwalk isn’t all that bad


The new L.A. City Council law restricting vending on Venice Boardwalk is good for the boardwalk. Visitors to Venice Beach are constantly harassed by vendors and some performers. On the busiest days of the years, the crowding caused by the excessive vendor and performers can be overwhelming. The rules had […]

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People boycott Hollywood Chick-Fil-A b/c they support anti-gay groups


Chick-Fil-A is a fast food chain I used to love, but after finding out about their anti-gay stance I’ll never eat at another Chick-Fil-A. Sad days but I must support equal rights for all. If they are willing to not support gay rights then I wonder what other rights they […]

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Iran will be the number one problem for the United States of America in 2012


Iran will be the number one problem for the USA in 2012. If Obama can handle this situation with soft gloves, then he’ll show he is unbeatable in the 2012 elections when it comes to foreign policy. Iran can influence the progress in Iraq, cut the world’s oil supplies and […]

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2011 Memoriam by CNN


I thought CNN did a great job on the 2011 memoriam, we were lucky to have these people in our lives. I hope their next journey is a good one:

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Jordans still make people crazy.


People stand in line for hours to pay $180 for a pair of shoes. Now wonder the credit card debt in American remains sky-high: Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com

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A victory for the American people.


This is a victory for the American people, Congress has finally blinked. Lets hope the Republican lead Congress will work for all the American people in 2012… Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

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The Justice Department settlement with Bank of America and the effect on the housing market


Lately, every time I turn on the news or read an article it’s about Bank of America. BOA over the last few months has seen a downward trend in the stock market. A month ago Bank of America was threatening to raise ATM fees to help raise money they lost […]

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Candidate Kennedy explains why his catholic faith is not a threat to this country.


In the 1960 presidential election against VP Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy religious believes was a major problem for him. At the time, citizens in this country was very wary of voting for a catholic. The believe at the time was people who believed in the catholic faith was a […]

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Lets get ready to rumble, President Obama Vs. Speaker Boehner over the Payroll tax cut plan.


I think everyone is finally realizing what the Republican party stands for, tax cut for the rich only. I just don’t understand why some people call themselves Republican. Yes, Conservative but not Republican. Talk about taxation without representation. In a bill passed by Republican and Democrats in the Senate by […]

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California politician advocates assassination of Obama and family by Michael Stone, Democrat Examiner


Facebook faux pas: California libertarian and Tea Party darling Jules Manson is caught calling for the assassination of President Barack Obama and his children. On Sunday, many Facebook users were greeted by the shocking spectacle of a California libertarian and Ron Paul supporter by the name of Jules Manson advocating […]

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Kobe Bryant cheated again??


Kobe’s wife filled for divorce, but the reasoning wasn’t release until today. Kobe was accused of rape in 2003 but the charges were dropped. After the charges were dropped he got a tattoo and bought his wife a $3 million ring. This divorce will cost him a lot on $money$!!

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Savage-Rumbaugh’s work with bonobo apes…..


Savage-Rumbaugh’s work with bonobo apes, which can understand spoken language and learn tasks by watching, forces the audience to rethink how much of what a species can do is determined by biology — and how much by cultural exposure.

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Barney Frank lectures columnist George Will and Rep. Paul Ryan.


This is funny, Barney Frank (D-MA) ask George Will and Rep Paul Ryan (R-WI) why they support big government when it come to marijuana and same sex marriage:

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Do Nothing Congress, Fair Deal of 1949, and today’s Congress


The 112th Congress is really trying hard to be known as the worst Congress ever. This Congress has passed its fewest number of bills in at least the last 10 non-election years. According to The Washington Post, the 326 bills passed by the House of Representatives is roughly one-third of […]

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High school athletes kick out of school for……Tebowing!!!


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