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“Fairness” Doctrine – It’s Baaaaaaack!

The “Fairness” Doctrine isn’t something new, but what Clinton said recently is. Let’s talk about this so-called “Fairness Doctrine for a moment.  The left wing media establishment controls virtually all media.  The one noticeable exception is talk radio.  Guess where the people in power are now demanding “fairness.”  Yep, the only form of media where there is descent. It doesn’t…

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Judd Gregg Withdraws!

Gregg withdraws as commerce nominee

Posted by Foon Rhee, deputy national political editor February 12, 2009 08:31 PM Senator Judd Gregg, the New Hampshire Republican, withdrew this afternoon as President Obama’s nominee for Commerce Secretary, saying he had too many policy differences on the stimulus package and the Census. “It has become apparent during this process that this will not…

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Who’s On First? I Dunno, and Neither Does D’ohBama

(It seems like Obama has NO CLUE what he is doing.   – promoted by EaBo Clipper) At yesterday's press briefing President Obama claimed that Jim Owens, the CEO of Caterpillar, Inc., "said that if Congress passes our plan, this company will be able to rehire some of the folks who were just laid off."   He repeated that claim…

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John Kerry: Government Better Trusted With Your Money Than You Are

Lurch explains to his colleagues that you cannot be trusted if you are allowed to keep more of your hard earned money. “So government, yes government, has the ability to make a decision that the private sector won’t necessarily make today.” – Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) Now can we call them Socialists?  Festivus, Red Ass Monkey… Is that the sound…

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Census: Obama Ready to Cook the Books


“From the first days of the transition the census has been a priority for the president, and a process he wanted to reevaluate.” – White House Spokesman
Main Entry: cen·sus

Pronunciation: ˈsen(t)-s?s\

Function: noun

Etymology: Latin, from cens?re

Date: 1634 1: a count of the population and a property evaluation in early Rome

2: a usually complete enumeration…

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