Monthly Archives: November 2011

Navy Heroes Need You, Today

November 28, 2011 Dear Friend of US Combat Veterans: Thirteen US Navy heroes were killed in battle in Tripoli. The dictator who ruled Libya dragged their lifeless bodies through the streets, fed their mangled remains to wild dogs and then … Continue reading

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The Cuomo 2% Tax Cap and how it works

The Cuomo 2% Tax Cap and how it works: 1) Town and County taxes: In order to breach the 2% limit, 60% of Town Councils from each municipality must vote to go above 2% limit. Example a town with five … Continue reading

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Brace Yourself [ALERT]

Jaw-dropping Absolutely stunning and obscene “rules” Congress has instituted for itself: Congress is not subject to the consequences for insider trading; in point of fact, they are IMMUNE to the laws that would convict the rest of us with heavy … Continue reading

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The Threat of EMP’s and the Shield Act

Though I can’t testify to the validity of an EMP threat, “Mike” from San Diego asked us to share this with you, and I’m happy to oblige, FYI: Hi! My name is Mike Rawluk, and  I am a Tea Party … Continue reading

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The Dangerous Duplicity of Sandy Beach

By Jul Thompson November 15, 2011 I began listening to Sandy Beach around the tender age of six. I remember sitting at the kitchen breakfast counter munching on a snack my mother prepared for me, and hearing her laugh while … Continue reading

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The Unsuccessful Lynching of Herman Cain.

Obama’s hired muscle has a long sordid history of destroying his boss’s opponents with false and trumped up charges of sexual harassment.   Ann Coulter provides some enlightening investigative insight into what should shortly become The Unsuccessful Lynching of Herman Cain. … Continue reading

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Stephen Moore: We’ve Become a Nation of Takers, Not Makers – WSJ.com

If you want to understand better why so many states—from New York to Wisconsin to California—are teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, consider this depressing statistic: Today in America there are nearly twice as many people working for the government … Continue reading

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