Monthly Archives: April 2012

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney swept five Northeastern primaries


Let the games begin, the 2012 general election season is in full swing. No pun intended but Romney takes the first swipe

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Watch President Obama’s appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in the video below


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It’s time for the Grinch (Gingrich) to end his race, but will he?


Newt Gingrich has only won two states and Mitt Romney is clearly the winner in the Republican primary, so why is Newt still in the race? Well, let’s hear what he has to say: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

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The student loan interest rate will double to 6.8% if Congress doesn’t renew interest rate bill


With the treasury bond being sold at a 2% rate and the mortgage rate around 4%, why are Republicans trying to double the college loan interest rate to 6.8%? Why are Republicans trying to hurt the middle class again? It’s not fair to raise taxes on the rich, but it’s […]

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Walmart has finally made it’s first major mistake


Walmart over the last 25 years has dominated small towns and countries with exposure to unfair trade and employee tactics. Walmart has closed more small business then any business over the last 25 years. What was sold by mom and pop store are now sold by Walmart for half the […]

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George W. Bush made a comeback last week


The world has missed George W. Bush, probably not as our leader, but as an entertainer. Gone are the days of off the wall comments, gone are the days of hearing his strange laugh, and lastly gone are the days of seeing a foreign reporter throw his two shoes at […]

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Ann Romney responds to her choice to say at home…


I would have to agree with Ann Romney, raising a family of five is hard work. I’m sure she did the majority of the work since Mitt Romney was a businessman, meaning his travel schedule had to be stressful. The Obama administration didn’t make the comments but Hilary Rosen was […]

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With slick Rick out of the race, the real games begin…


Rick Santorum is gone and Mitt Romney is the Republican nominee, but today’s numbers shows Obama holding a 7 point lead: video platform video management video solutions video player

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Syria is trying to start a regional war


The Syrian government has crossed the line of no return, firing weapons into Turkey and Lebanon’s territory. This is a clear sign that President Bashar al-Assad is willing to do anything to stay in power, he has also put more pressure on the UN to find a way to stop […]

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Bush to blame for GSA woes?


The GSA-gate is in full swing but a new twist has the blame going from the Obama administration to the Bush administration. Foxnews explain: Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com

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Romney sweeps D.C., Maryland and Wisconsin


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Wisconsin governor Scott Walker recall is a black stain on the state


The state of Wisconsin announced Friday that Governor Scott Walker will face a recall election on June 5th. This will be looked on as a black stain on the state b/c of governor Scott Walker over reach with the collective bargaining bill. In the history of governor recalls, only two […]

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Race relations through a child’s eyes via Anderson Cooper


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