Ron Paul for Republican Candidate for President

August 16th, 2011
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The reason I like this candidate, actually there are several, but the major one is that he accurately sees the unsustainable efforts of the wars we are fighting and realizes that we should NEVER have been in Iraq to begin with, seeing that there was NO al qaeda there until we made the incursion.

His presidency would allow our brave fighters to return home pronto…unfortunately the media is blacklisting him and does not make any mention of his name.

He has also called for the fed to be audited and scrutinized. These two reasons alone should usher him into winning primaries across the United States and give President Obama a real run for his incumbent money.

Jon Stewart did a great job of calling out the liberal and neocon main stream media and here is the clip from youtube…there indeed is hilarity in truth!

Let’s see if the main stream media has enough muscle to extend this blacklist of Ron Paul for republican nominee as he maintains his momentum and even wins a few states that were not expected…ah, if only!

Congrats to CPS food contractor, Chartwells-Thompson on forced lunches

April 11th, 2011
by George Dougherty


Thanks and a tip o’ the brim to George Dougherty of on his short but sweet news item regarding the assault on parents to provide their children with food from home. Rather than seeing whether the food that parents pack are deemed nutricious, NO packed lunches are allowed, thus taking away the parent’s rights and obligations to their children and not only habding that responsibility to the state, but fattening the wallet of the CPS food contractor, Chartwells-Thompson. This bottom line just about explains it all, as it is always the money trail that eventually leads to the answer. Thanks, George for that last sentence on your story.

Would be interesting to see who their friends are in the political arena…

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Guv Walker on Agent provocateurs: “We Thought About That…”

February 24th, 2011

Union members take notice!

Your peaceful demonstrations may not sit well with Governor Scott Walker and his fellow Republicans and if the public sees you acting TOO respectful and orderly he may employ “troublemakers”, aka agent provocateurs to sully the good name of the unions and their members.

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‘Use live ammunition’ against Wisconsin protesters, Indiana official says

February 24th, 2011

wisconsin protest

wisconsin protest

Update (3:15 pm ET): Indiana deputy attorney general loses job

The Indiana Attorney General’s office announced Wednesday that the deputy attorney general who called for Wisconsin riot police to use deadly force on protesters is no longer employed by the agency, according to WISH.

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Chicago Blizzard 2011 Redux

February 4th, 2011
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Recap of some best moments of the 2011 Chicago blizzard.

President Obama’s Limited Vocabulary Excludes Words Tier 5, 99ers

December 17th, 2010

Funny how tongue-tied and simple-minded the former “community organizer” became during this charade of impending doom if the tax-cuts were not implemented. He graciously and obligingly bowed to the Republican party while not even mentioning one time, NOT ONE SINGLE TIME, the plight of the unemployed who have, through no fault of their own, expended the alloted 99 weeks of unemployment and are now in dire straights.

Undaunted, the Commander-In-Chief failed to even mention Tier 5. The least a leader of a great nation can do is to address those who are struggling to make ends meet. Whether you could do anything or not, the fact of mentioning those without unemployment benefits and empathizing with their plight would have been appreciated.

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Obama’s Christmas Gifts Revealed

December 9th, 2010

Top 2% – $130 Billion

99’ers – $0 and no jobs (not even a lump of coal)

President Obama gets a dressing down from Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY)

President Obama gets a dressing down from Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY)

Keith Olbermann’s special comment on the President’s betrayal of the 99ers appears on the sidebar and after this article

It appears that President Obama is declaring victory in getting a bill passed that assures the richest 2% of the nation of pocketing an extra 130 billion dollars while those who have been actively looking for work and having their extension lapse after 99 weeks of futile searching get…a total and complete ignoring and disdain of the 99ers by the Commander-in-Chief himself. One must remember, this tax cut was in place for 8 years and during that time millions of jobs were lost, so to say that it is needed so jobs can be created is sheer gibberish. It will only go in the pocket, not the job market. Eight years of analysis has already proved that.

I dunno, for a guy that was supposedly a “community organizer” in the windy city fighting for the rights of the less fortunate there appears to be no fight left in him to at least try to come to a solution in assisting those who are at their last chance of dignity and getting some form of employment.

By allowing the Republican Party to so publicly humiliate those who trusted the President that “change you can believe in” was more than a catch phrase, I have come to the conclusion that this job that we elected him for, the Presidency of the United States, is just too big for him to handle.

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Unemployed, and Likely to Stay That Way

December 3rd, 2010
by Catherine Rampell

The longer people stay out of work, the more trouble they have finding new work.

That is a fact of life that much of Europe, with its underclass of permanently idle workers, knows all too well. But it is a lesson that the United States seems to be just learning.

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Chemical Industry: 1 California Children: 0 Senator Pavley’s BPA Ban Fails Amid Heavy Chemical & Pharmaceutical Industry Lobbying

September 1st, 2010
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Chemical Industry: 1

California Children: 0


Senator Pavley’s BPA Ban Fails Amid Heavy Chemical & Pharmaceutical Industry Lobbying

In the wake of an expensive and shamefully deceptive lobbying campaign waged by the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, California Senate members voted down Senator Fran Pavley’s Toxics-Free Babies and Toddlers Act (SB 797). The bill, which was defeated in the final hours of the legislative session late Tuesday night, would have worked in coordination withCalifornia’s Green Chemistry Initiative to ban the use of BPA in feeding products designed for children three and under. With a final vote of 19 -18 the bill was just two votes shy of passage. Two member of the Senate who had previously voted in favor of the bill are out on medical leave.

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crystalline fructose

August 6th, 2010


The body doesn’t handle large amounts of fructose well. You can maintain life with intravenous glucose, but not with intravenous fructose; severe derangement of liver function results. There’s also evidence that a high intake of fructose elevates levels of circulating fats (serum triglycerides), increasing the risk of heart disease. I never use fructose in my home.  dr. andrew weil


So, there is a new criminal in town.  Seems to be the next generation of high fructose corn syrup.  But this guy is even more devious placing himself in “healthy” drinks. 

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