Monthly Archives: May 2012

Arizona finally gives Obama a green light on his US citizenship


Arizona is finally on the right side of an issue; they accept President Obama as an US citizen many years after everyone else knew this was the fact. Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett finalized the papers work proving Obama’s birth certificate is valid. This came a few months after […]

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“Meet the Press” is turning into must watch TV


For the second week in a row, “Meet the Press” has changed the political landscape. New Jersey Mayor Cory A. Booker took the Obama administration behind the woodshed for criticizing Bain capital. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

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Hispanics in 2013 will become the majority in the 8th largest economy in the world


According to U.S. Census Bureau data, in 2013 Hispanics will overtake non-Hispanic whites or “Anglos” as the largest ethnic group in California. This is more evidence proving the United States of America is quickly transforming into a minority majority country. Census data shows: California had 37.69 million residents last July […]

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This weeks “Meet the Press” was good information


Below is a video of the May 13, 2012- NBC’s David Gregory discusses the recent JPMorgan Chase trading loss and the same-sex marriage debate with guests on Meet the Press. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

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Obama makes history again in 2012, first sitting President of the USA to support same-sex marriage


Obama support of same-sex marriage publicly is a first in US presidential history. Here is Obama in his own words: video platform video management video solutions video player

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Romney: “I’ll take a lot of credit” for auto industry revival


Can you believe this guy, how could Mitt Romney take credit for the auto bailout when he was clearly against the bailout. Soon, the Mitt don’t fit Romney will take credit for the killing of Bin Laden. He is a true businessman, taking credit for someone else hard work…

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The jobless numbers are bad but at least we’re in positive territory without Republican help in Congress or state governments


The April job numbers are bad, but at least it’s in positive territory. 115,000 new jobs aren’t enough to keep up with population, but unemployment fell to 8.1% due to the decline in the labor market (lowest since 1981). No economist has explained fully as to why the labor market […]

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