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Ways the President Fails America part 1

Ways the President Fails America part 1

By • on October 19, 2012

Aside from the fact that its been 2 years since we posted anything here, Girl Pundit still is a great site to inspire expression. The following thoughts are a case in point: For reasons that only God may know, my family, as do many Black Americans, faithfully supports the Democratic Party.  Lately I spend a great deal

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Charges, coroners’ findings, an exciting new study, & a new senator’s health-care impact

Charges, coroners’ findings, an exciting new study, & a new senator’s health-care impact

By • on February 6, 2010

Charges filed: 1)  I wrote about them yesterday, ten Americans claiming to just be “missionaries” but suspected of child trafficking, caught

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Government Health Care and Personal Economies

Government Health Care and Personal Economies

By • on January 27, 2010

Socialized medicine through out the world has the following characteristics: • It leads to delays where, as in the case of Canada, patients wait for

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Politics

A Letter From Senator Feinstein

A Letter From Senator Feinstein

By • on February 6, 2010

I contacted Senator Feinstein about the Senate Health Care Bill

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Ben Nelson can Feel the Heat

Ben Nelson can Feel the Heat

By • on January 17, 2010

The Wall Street Journal reports these headlines: “Heat

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Public Opinion

No such thing as “Free Birth Control”

No such thing as “Free Birth Control”

By • on October 25, 2012

Pardon the rant but I’ll be brief: 1. Conservatives typically believe that America is a Free Country where everyone is has the RIGHT to do what

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“To Save a Life”: A Movie Review

“To Save a Life”: A Movie Review

By • on February 6, 2010

While walking into the dark movie theater, I decided

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Culture

Polls bad news for Obama

Polls bad news for Obama

By • on January 27, 2010

Who knew there was a Republican Jewish Coalition? Talk about your “voice in the wilderness” minorities. No more! Jews are growing increasingly

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Home Schooling Takes Perseverance

Home Schooling Takes Perseverance

By • on January 17, 2010

Home schooling is not for the faint of heart, though I have

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Obama Should get Serious about Spending

Obama Should get Serious about Spending

By • on February 11, 2010

It is that time of the year when Presidents rant and rave about the problem of government spending being out of control and they produce budgets that

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Not all Blacks Support the Obama Message

Not all Blacks Support the Obama Message

By • on February 6, 2010

A black that opposes the Obama agenda? If you view the mainstream media and read your daily news, such a thing does not seem possible? Fortunately, the

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Family

My Legal Right

My Legal Right

By • on January 27, 2010

I remember the nurse practitioner saying, “I have a legal

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Sheer Energy Legs

Sheer Energy Legs

By • on January 17, 2010

Ladybug came to us in the stink of July. In Southern China. She’s mostly seen me in shorts, skirts or capris. She’s touched my legs a billion

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President Obama Continues to Show Immaturity

President Barack Obama has plenty of enemies and they flank him on both the left and the right. He is oblivious to the interests of voters and consistently interprets political events in a manner completely

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Three Cheers for Chile

This month Chile became the first South American country to join the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). This elite organization is not based on geographic or language similarities,

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The Results of a Complicated Tax System

The Obama Administration loves to sing the praises of “transparency,” but finding such in any aspect of our government is difficult to say the least. Recently the Internal Revenue Service

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In Heavily Taxed States, People Vote with their Feet

Major news sources like to monitor migration trends among states. The Census Bureau has been watching these trends also and what you find “between the lines,” is really quite interesting. The

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Massachusetts Senate Race: Election Results Show Scott Brown Leading by 5% (44% Reporting)

The Massachusetts Senate Race is close to being over and it looks like the winner is going to be Scott Brown.  With 44% reporting, he is leading by 5% of the vote.  Scott Brown has 52% while Martha Coakley

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Is Massachusetts Senate Race a Health Care Referendum?

Who would have guessed that a seat held by the Kennedys since the 1950s may find itself in the Republican column?  A state wide seat in which registered Democrats out number Republicans 3 to 1?  The

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Shame on San Francisco

Steven Nary, now 32, just spent his 14th consecutive Christmas behind bars. “If you want to see a place where Christmas is as non-existent as you can get, come to prison,” Steve wrote to me from California’s

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What’s so Great About Christianity

In his elegant  book, What’s So Great About Christianity, Dinesh D’Souza makes a compelling case for belief in God from a Christian perspective. The book argues not against other faiths but against

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Principles, Not Polls, Should Dictate Policy Debate

Every day I see another poll stating support or opposition to policy positions. Some times they are being mentioned by major media — Fox News, the Washington Post, Newsweek Magazine — or other

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Making 2010 a Great Year for America

So we are starting a new year.  All of us have our personal aspirations.  Some are seeking a new job, others want new business opportunities, others still want to make major purchases for their home

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“Heartbreak-related depression,” Jackson/Tequila/Tyson news, a spanking study, & crazy crimes

Here’s a rundown of my first full week back on the cases: Celebrity news: The daughter of Billy Joel, an aspiring musician herself, is speaking out about her December overdose of homeopathic pills.

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Catching Up!

I’m back in Kansas and back online and hoping that everyone had great holidays. Happy New Year! Here’s a quick rundown of developments in various cases that occurred while I was on hiatus: The

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Every American you know needs to read this

Massachusetts is holding a special election to fill Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat. The Democrat Coakley supports the Democrat’s health-care plan. The Republican Brown opposes it. With Kennedy,

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Does the GOP Share Blame for Obamacare?

Besides the occasional Republican either voting for socialized medicine or preventing a filibuster of it, the guilt of the association with the proposal that passed the Senate and the GOP is very deep.

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