Monthly Archives: November 2011

Old Joke New Use- Democrats and Taxing

Modifying an old joke does illustrate the Democratic stand on taxes. Continue reading

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A New Word Proposed for Websters Dictionary

A Contributor to my blog, Steve Cherry, shares this proposed addition to Websters Dictionary Continue reading

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Guest Article on Obama’s Election and Explanation As To Why

Gloria Willis, a friend and Tea Party member, shared this article with me from a columnist at the Washington Post. It is worth Reading. It deals with the election of 2008 and an explanation of why we are where we are. It is thought provoking. Continue reading

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A LETTER FROM A PROCTER AND GAMBLE EXECUTIVE TO THE PRESIDENT

Shared with me by a friend Les Kersey A LETTER FROM A PROCTER AND GAMBLE EXECUTIVE TO THE PRESIDENT* THE LAST SENTENCE IS THE MOST CHILLING Lou Pritchett is one of corporate America ‘s true living legends- an Acclaimed author, … Continue reading

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A Double Standard for Fund Raising?

The Liberal Press is having a field day speculating on the Cain – Gingrich Debate in Texas Saturday. Some are questioning if there was a charge to attend the debate. Continue reading

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The Press And Its Unequal Treatment Of Conservatives

The mainstream media continue to operate with two standards. if you are a Liberal, you can skate on a great deal. If you are a Conservative, you are held to the highest standards. If you are both a Conservative and a Minority, you are a target for total destruction. Let us look at the facts. Continue reading

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When Is It Racist? – Thought For The Day

It is acceptable by the Left to comment negatively on Herman Cain. Continue reading

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