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Reporter Seriously Asks If Asteroid Coming At Earth Was Caused By Global Warming

Last month I wrote that journalism in the United States had hit an all time low and stating that it could not possibly get any worse – I was clearly wrong.  Journalists used to be the protectors of the truth leveling the playing field and questioning everything and everyone regardless of the power or position…
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Penelope Soto Symbolic Of Incivility And Entitlement Of Youth Today

You have probably heard the story by now and I was off pursuing other interests when this story broke but I thought it was so symbolic of what is wrong with America today that I decided to run with it even though I am a day late.  When I sat down to write this post…
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Killing Spree Jolts Southern California

  Covering five of the six counties that make up Southern California, fired LAPD officer Chris Dorner has cut a violent path throughout Southern California for most of this week launching the largest law enforcement manhunt I have ever seen.  Schools in three different counties are either in lockdown or have been canceled for at…
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Imaginary Grenade Thrown At Imaginary Evil Box Results In Second Grader Suspension

Seven year old Alex Watkins slowly crept around the jungle gym carefully looking for sentries protecting the evil box.  Seeing that the enemy’s guard was down, Alex leapt to his feet and hurled the grenade at the box destroying it and in one smooth step, saving the world.  That is what happened in the mind of…
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A Pro-Life, Anti-Death Penalty Conservative

  I have never understood how people reconcile being anti-death penalty and yet allow the killing of a child or how other folks claim pro-life beliefs and yet support the state taking a human life through the death penalty.  Based on the title to this post it should be obvious that I am pro-life and…
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The “End” Of The Immigration Line Is Mythical

  With all of the talk about immigration reform it seems that the one thing that both parties in Washington agree on is that those here illegally should have to get into the back of the “immigration line.”   Even though I am certainly no expert in the field of immigration, I agree with this logic and…
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Obama Confirms Bush Responsible For Super Bowl Power Shortage

During the midst of the partial power outage at the New Orleans Super Dome, President Obama issued a statement indicating that he had photographic evidence that Former President Bush was responsible.  ”We have an eyewitness that will testify that she saw President Bush lurking in the shadows near the power box that caused the lights…
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Some Of The Dumbest Liberal Moments Of Past Two Decades

Just a quick hitter today.  My favorite moment comes about half-way through the piece when the congressman is worried that additional troops added to Guam may cause the entire island to “tip over.”  Seriously . . .  

Vietnam, Mali and the Al Qaeda Hydra

  What do Vietnam and Mali have in common? Well, both are former French colonies. Both experienced (and still are experiencing in Mali) armed uprisings by a significant portion of the population; both have had external forces arrive to help those doing the uprising; the French government made a decision to act militarily in support…
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Unbelievably Intelligent Immigration Reform

  Scanning through the immigration reform proposal released by a bi-partisan group of Senators I was shocked by what I read because it actually made sense.  An intelligent combination of border security measures, accountability for past violations of law combined with a clear path to citizenship the proposed plan is the first intelligent proposal I…
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I Want My Country Back!!

  A little more than a year ago a good friend of mine from the left wrote a very interesting piece about seeing a sign in a neighbor’s yard which proclaimed “I want my country back.”  Seeing this sign, my friend wrote, drove her to tears because she felt that “it was her country too.”  To…
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Journalism As Profession Dies With Contrasting Coverage Of Bush, Obama Inaugurations

  Profusely thanking MSNBC for their “help” during President Obama’s first term in office, senior Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett’s remarks killed a little part of me.  A news agency should not be “thanked” for helping the partisan antics of either party, its sole job is to report the news.  Reporting the news is a job at…
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