Monthly Archives: November 2009

Monday November 30th

Food-Stamp Usage Soars Under Obama More than 36 million Americans — one of every eight adults and one of every four children — rely on food stamps in order to eat, and those numbers will likely grow. “I think the response of the program has been tremendous,” Kevin Concannon, an undersecretary of agriculture, told The […]

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Sunday November 29th

4 Police Officers Shot Dead Near Washington State Air Force Base Four police officers were shot dead in an ambush at a Washington state coffee house, a sheriff’s official said Sunday. The attack occurred east of McChord Air Force Base in Parkland, Wash. The officers were shot at local coffee shop, Forza Coffee, the News […]

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Illegal Alien Looking For Help Getting Into Our Country? There's An App For That

How about this professor/researcher/student, (or whatever the hell this guy is) in other words another left wing anti American dirtbag attending a San Diego area university, helping to develop a cell phone application designed to assist illegal aliens to more easily gaining access to our country? Wouldn’t you just love to reach through your monitor […]

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Saturday November 28th

Sheriff Joe for governor? A recent Rasmussen Reports poll of possible matchups in the Republican primary next year shows Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio would attract 47 percent of the vote. Treasurer Dean Martin, whose campaign pitch in the past has traded on his familiar name, would come in at 22 percent if he decides […]

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Friday November 27th

The Competing Narratives of Barry and Sarah In the spring of 1964, Sarah Heath, then just three months old, flew into backwater Skagway, Alaska (population 650) aboard a 1930s-era Grumman Goose to start a new life with her parents, brother, and sister. At that same time, in America’s other new outlier state, Hawaii, two-year-old Barry […]

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Wednesday November 25th

As Bank Failures Rise, F.D.I.C. Fund Falls Into Red The government-administered insurance fund that protects depositors fell into the red for the first time since the fallout from the savings-and-loan crisis of the early 1990s as the pace of bank failures accelerated. The fund had a negative balance of $8.2 billion at the end of […]

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Navy Seals Face Court Martial After Ringleader Of Brutal Attack On Americans Gets Bloody Lip (Update 12-4-09)

Three Navy Seals, part of a team that captured the ringleader of those responsible for the brutal murder of four US Blackwater contractors in Fallujah Iraq in 2004, are facing court martial after the man complained to Iraqi authorities he suffered a “bloody lip” while in the custody of the Americans. A bloody lip. On […]

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CBS Network News Executive Slams The Insidious PC Attitude In America

Bill Cathcart, Vice President and General Manager for CBS affiliate WTOC in Savannah Georgia has had enough folks. In this three minute long scathing indictment against the pervasive political correctness that has permeated every crevice of our society, Cathcart really brings the issue home when he forcefully addresses the terrorist attack on helpless unarmed soldiers […]

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Obama Hits New Low Over At Rasmussen

Barack Hussein Obama has hit a new low over at Rasmussen today, -15 on the “Presidential Daily Tracking Poll. Rasmussen takes the percentage of probable voters who strongly approve of the commander in chief’s job performance then subtracts the percentage of those who strongly disapprove resulting in a figure which provides us with a fairly […]

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Tuesday November 24th

The Wilding of Sarah Palin When I was in college, I read a book that changed my life. It was Susan Brownmiller’s tome, Against Our Will: Men, Women, and Rape, which explained rape as an act of power, not just lust. What I found particularly chilling was the chapter on war — how rape is […]

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