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Hang on pup, I´ve got to stop and smell the flowers
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   12/11/2012 6:30:34 AM EST    40725
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Or splash in a mud puddle... I´ll be right with ya...

Five pictures that describe the mainstream media!
The Political Commentator, by Michael Haltman
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Posted By: thepoliticalcom  -   12/11/2012 5:23:48 AM EST    40724
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Five pictures that describe the way in which the mainstream media gives you the news the way they want it to be and not necessarily the way that it really is!

 




  





 
State Department Security Force Unarmed In Libya…Didn’t Fire Any Weapons During Attack
Flopping Aces, by Curt
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Posted By: floppingaces  -   12/11/2012 12:24:12 AM EST    40723
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"There were no shots fired in return. On the embassy property, just the embassy property, none of those security agents blasted a single bullet from a single pistol or rifle at all in defense of the Ambassador—nothing"

The Ten Best Christmas Songs EVER!
DAN CIRUCCI, by Daniel A. Cirucci
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Posted By: RightWriter  -   12/10/2012 7:43:45 PM EST    40722
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It´s easy to become inundated with Christmas songs this time of the year. And, after awhile they all begin to sound the same. That´s too bad. Because amidst all the songs, there are some that are unique some that truly stand out. These are the songs I listen to this time of the year. So, in no particular order, here are ten of the best (and most original) Christmas songs I know:

President Obama’s deleterious effect on America’s work ethic
Flopping Aces, by Vince
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Posted By: floppingaces  -   12/10/2012 6:58:00 PM EST    40721
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The United States was built on the backs of hard working people. From pilgrims who survived an ocean’s journey and founded a colony at Plymouth to slaves who endured the blistering sun as they harvested cotton to settlers who braved temperatures, terrain and Indians to fulfill a Manifest Destiny, the United States was the product of people who worked like their lives depended on it. And in many cases, they did. In the 20th century however, other than a number of wars, and increasingly, simply living in intercity neighborhoods, most aspects of working in America don’t involve putting your life

 









 
Hooray! Warmists Trot Out Uneven Atmospheric Heating As New Excuse
Right Wing News, by William Teach
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Posted By: rightwingnews  -   12/10/2012 5:55:05 PM EST    40720
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The great thing about Warmists is that they never let things like science stand in the way of defending their cult. They keep coming up with great new ways to push their dogma (except for practicing what they preach). We hear things about missing heat, that the oceans are soaking it up, that Gaia is punishing some “carbon polluting” nations, that hot is causing more snow and cold. And, right on time to witness yet another year where it is super duper cold in Alaska, Europe, and Asia with lots of snow and the Antarctic has seen record growth, we

Is There A Constitutional Right To Gay Marriage?
Right Wing News, by William Teach
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Posted By: rightwingnews  -   12/10/2012 5:54:21 PM EST    40719
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That’s the question the Associated Press asks, as reposted at The Blaze

Bob Costas and the Media Miss the Real Problem
Right Wing News, by Derek Hunter
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Posted By: rightwingnews  -   12/10/2012 5:53:44 PM EST    40718
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Bob Costas, an admitted ignoramus on the issue of the Second Amendment, chose halftime in a nationally broadcast football game to infect the world with his uneducated opinion on gun rights.

 









 
Which of these keep you up at night?
The Political Commentator, by Michael Haltman
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Posted By: thepoliticalcom  -   12/10/2012 2:55:32 PM EST    40717
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Which of the items on this list that range from jobs to North Korea to civil unrest in the US rises to the level of things that keep you up at night.

Oslo Accords Are Dead It´s Time For Israel To Move On
The Lid, by Barry Rubin
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Posted By: Yidwithlid  -   12/10/2012 1:34:41 PM EST    40716
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The Palestinian leadership, abetted by many Western governments, has now torn up every agreement it made with Israel. Once the efforts of two decades of negotiations—including irrevocable Israeli compromises in giving the Palestinian Authority control over territory, its own armed forces, dismantling settlements, and permitting billions of dollars of foreign aid to the Palestinians—were destroyed, the world has decided to focus the blame on Israel approving the construction of 3000 apartments.

Yesterday was Crap on Paul Krugman Day
The Lid, by Jeff Dunetz
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Posted By: Yidwithlid  -   12/10/2012 1:32:45 PM EST    40715
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Yesterday was Crap on Krugman day...and it was well deserved. Economist-turned liberal campaigner Paul Krugman got absolutely creamed on ABC´s This Week yesterday, first by George Will who accused the Pulitzer prize winner of responding to every disagreement with name calling:

Intelligence Report-US Out as World´s Superpower by 2030
The Lid, by Jeff Dunetz
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Posted By: Yidwithlid  -   12/10/2012 1:31:28 PM EST    40714
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According to the National Intelligence Council of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence the US will no longer be the world´s only superpower by 2030. In fact its role as a super power will be more likely a result of inertia than anything else.

Celebration: The NYTimes Finally
Admitted Reaganomics Worked

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   12/10/2012 1:05:50 PM EST    40713
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Will wonders never cease? American Enterprise Institute columnist James Pethokoukis saw something he never thought he´d see. After 30 years, The New York Times admitted that Reaganomics worked!

Sun Times Demands Sen. Kirk’s Med
Records, Ignores Jesse Jackson. Jr.´s

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   12/10/2012 1:04:34 PM EST    40712
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Withchunt: The Chicago Sun-Times once again revels in its partisanship by demanding the public release of the medical records of Senator Mark Kirk while ignoring the records of Representative Jesse Jackson, Jr.

The Neon-Korean and the Horse’s Arse He Rode in on.
Michelle Obama´s Mirror, by MOTUS
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Posted By: MOTUS  -   12/10/2012 12:30:24 PM EST    40711
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Quelle surprise!Lady M went classical for the Christmas in Washington celebration party last night!Roman tunic style.She may have been channeling Charlton Heston in Ben-Hur(snip)More likely it was inspired by Quo Vadis:In which Nero, the incompetent, petty, cruel, Emperor of Rome explains his plan to burn down old Rome in order to make way for the new-improved Rome(snip)The Christmas Song performed by the man-of-the-moment, South Korean Neon-rapper PSY.(snip)Some people considered it inappropriate for him to perform(snip)due to the "inflammatory and inappropriate language" he used during anti-U.S. protests...

Barack Obama Rewards Korean Rapper Who Called For The Murder of American Citizens
Right Wing News, by John Hawkins
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Posted By: rightwingnews  -   12/10/2012 12:27:22 PM EST    40710
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Barack Obama doesn’t love this country. Never has, never will. Anyone who paid attention already knew he wasn’t patriotic. Before he was elected, Obama didn’t hold his hand up for the pledge of Allegiance.

The Top 10 Things to Say to an Obama Voter Who Just Got Laid Off
Right Wing News, by John Hawkins
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Posted By: rightwingnews  -   12/10/2012 12:26:44 PM EST    40709
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1. “Hey, at least that successful Mormon businessman didn’t win.” 2. “Didn’t your lady parts warn you this would happen?”

5 Moral Boundaries You Do Not Want To Cross
Right Wing News, by John Hawkins
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Posted By: rightwingnews  -   12/10/2012 12:26:05 PM EST    40708
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My latest PJM column is called, 5 Moral Boundaries You Do Not Want To Cross. Here’s an excerpt from the column.

‘True courage is not about knowing when to take a life, but when to spare one.’
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   12/10/2012 12:10:40 PM EST    40707
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Tony Rossi writes "of the deeper themes that lie at the heart of the work of J.R.R. Tolkien": At a recent press conference about the film in New York City, Richard Armitage, who portrays the Dwarf warrior Thorin Oakenshield, said, “One of the things I find when I look into that book [The Hobbit) is a sense of Tolkien’s Catholicism, his Christianity – not necessarily in a denominational way, but in terms of his chivalric view of the world...

The Only Thing Left for the Republican Party is its Obituary
Flopping Aces, by Michael Henkins
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Posted By: floppingaces  -   12/10/2012 11:30:28 AM EST    40706
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Despite its own insistence that it is very much alive, the Republican Party has now joined the crowd invisible. The sad pathetic truth of its demise is that those who once believed in it, and cared deeply for it, are no longer around to bury it with dignity. Its corpse has now become the dancing play thing of Washington D.C. consulting firms and lobbyist.

The most ironic fact of the Republican Party’s death is that it was not a showdown at high noon on Capitol Hill that killed it. Nor a rare exotic virus that provided the mortal blow. It

"The stick of coercion—social coercion and ostracization"
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   12/10/2012 6:51:32 AM EST    40705
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Fr. Lemieux with one that hits too close to home: We are meant to live in a holy longing for God’s coming, in a state of vigilant watchfulness, expectant hope, constant zeal for the kingdom of God and its growth in the world. We have to take into account the sad reality that we do not always live like that...

Obama Christmas gifts!
The Political Commentator, by Michael Haltman
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Posted By: thepoliticalcom  -   12/10/2012 6:27:35 AM EST    40704
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If you could only pick one of these two Obama Christmas/Hanukkah gifts to give to the people on your holiday giving list, which one would it be?

The Horrors of Math
Frary Home Companion, by Professor John Frary
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Posted By: Thrasybulus  -   12/9/2012 10:44:11 PM EST    40703
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There are no survey statistics available on the appeal of audio-visual courses entitled “The Joy of Snow-Shoveling” or “The Joy of Rolling Around on the Floor of a Chicken Coop” but my intuition is that they would have limited commercial prospects. “The Joy of Mathematics” may do better, but surely not much better. We all know someone who has experienced the joy of Fibonacci Numbers (don’t we?) but we also know many more who have agonized over high school Algebra, ground their teeth in frustration while computing their income tax liabilities, dodged the dismal drill of balancing their check books

Chris Matthews Voted Year´s Most Disgusting Personality
DAN CIRUCCI, by Daniel A. Cirucci
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Posted By: RightWriter  -   12/9/2012 7:34:14 PM EST    40702
Referenced Article written by The man you love to hate.
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Well, you voted. Your voice has been heard. And you told us loud and clear. You said that MessNBC´s Chris Matthews IS the year´s most disgusting personality. True, Matthews had plenty of competition. But he won the race goin away. It wasn´t even close. Among more than

Obama Secretly Meets With His Old Media Propagandists
Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   12/9/2012 3:16:35 PM EST    40701
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There was a secret, off-record meeting between President Obama and a passel full of extreme-left, so-called media folks last week. No, this isn´t black helicopters stuff. It really happened as the Washington Post admits.

WaPost: Next Struggling Paper Planning Paywall
Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   12/9/2012 3:15:34 PM EST    40700
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The Washington Post is poised to initiate a paywall in 2013. The Post is one of the last major American papers to look into putting some parts of its publication behind a subscriber only Internet screen.


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