Daily Archives: March 17, 2012

Civility? Forget Bill Maher, How Will Obama Reconcile Cee Lo Green To Sasha and Malia?

Last Tuesday during President Obama’s press conference the President opined about civil discourse and misogynistic comments in the realm of public conversation as it relates to his daughters Sasha and Malia: “One of the things I want them to do as they get older … Continue reading

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President Obama Owns This: 300 Muslim Lawyers Storm Trial of Christian in Egypt

Ever since President Obama’s infamous ‘Cairo Speech’ I have been writing about the consequences.   He owns this.   What we are seeing play out in Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and more recently Syria and Iran, is … Continue reading

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The Latest On Healthcare Insurance Mandates – Lets Cut Through The Fog and Look At the Big Picture

WASHINGTON – The Obama administration announced on Friday a new proposal that will extend a mandate, already in place in ObamaCare, to require universities, including religious universities, to provide contraception, sterilization, and abortion-inducing drugs to their students, as well as … Continue reading

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Spotlighting The Swamp… Obama Takes The Algae Energy Campaign To The White House

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Kony Dude Loses It ….

The guy who directed and co-founded the Kony 2012 video,  Jason Russell was arrested yesterday after witnesses reported seeing him running around in the streets drunk, naked, masturbating in public, and vandalizing cars.   STORY HERE I’m Not Kidding. He was on Piers … Continue reading

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Bumper Sticker Of The Day…

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We’re All Irish Today, So Give Us A Joke

Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all our Treepers. We hope you will join in as we celebrate in memory of Ireland’s great saint, remembered throughout the world for his legendary faith and contributions to Ireland and her people. Of course, … Continue reading

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