Monthly Archives: November, 2010

UK police arrest 153 during London student rally

Hmm, so for all these years, the taxpayers have been paying for these kids’ college educations?  What a good deal.  And the debt is rising?  Something has to be done, let the students’ pay more, they’ve had it too easy all these years, government paying for everything.  Let them take responsibility for once in their …

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One in five drivers killed tested positive for drugs

Last year’s report is now out that proves positive that one in five drivers who were killed in accidents, tested positive for drugs.  This then causes rise to the age old question, do drugs effect the ability for one to drive without being impaired?  Researchers say the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s new data shows …

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Washington state won’t join U.S. immigration program

This is why this country is going to hell in a handbasket in a  hurry.  If this were “American” citizens, and they committed a crime, they would be arrested and fingerprinted.  Instead, this country butt kisses illegals, and condones their criminal activity.  So what we have now is the state of Washington refusing to sign …

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Congress approves one month fix to avoid doctor pay cuts

On Monday, Congress approved to a one-month delay in Medicare payment cuts to doctors, giving a short-term reprieve to a looming crisis over treatment of the nation’s elderly.  The House approved by voice vote, a bill that the Senate approved earlier in the month.  It postpones a 23% cut doctors’ pay scheduled to take effect …

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Holder says WikiLeaks under criminal investigation

 Attorney General Eric Holder said that the Justice Department will prosecute anyone found to have violated U.S. law in the leaks of classified government documents by online whistleblower WikiLeaks.  “This is not saber-rattling,” said the attorney general, who declared that the Obama administration condemns the leaks. Netscape Holder said that this latest disclosure which involves …

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Alaska may sue Obama over proposed polar bear habitat rules

The state of Alaska is considering suing President Obama over his plan to set aside 187,000 square miles in the state as a “critical habitat” for polar bears, a move that could add restrictions to future offshore drilling for oil and gas.  The Governor of Alaska, Sean Parnell is questioning the decision.  He said the …

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Obama proposes 2 year pay freeze for federal employees

To put the country back on track economy wise, President Obama is going to anounce a two year pay freeze for all federal employees.  The White House said Monday that the freeze would apply to all civilian federal employees, including those working at the Department of Defense, but would not affect military personnel.  It is …

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Pa. couple hid 5 children from society

Now here’s a story to be told.  These children had no birth certificates, schooling, immunizations or evidence of medical care _ nothing whatsoever to prove their existence.  In the south central city of York Pennsylvania, police are still trying to piece together how and why the parents of five children concealed them for so many …

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The DREAM Act and how it hurts legal citizens

Many high school seniors are preparing to submit their college applications and parents are concerned on how they will pay for the college education.  Tuition has already risen at the University of Illinois, by 9.5%, and fees by 3.2%.  And due to budget deficits, approximately 100,000  Illinois students lost up to $4,500 each in state …

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Swiss voters approve foreigner deportation plan

Now here’s an idea that sounds good, but here, also, the do gooders would raise hell, should this even be mentioned.  why cater to those who break the law, and cheat the system?  Swiss voters have approved a plan that would automatically deport foreigners that are found guilty of committing serious crimes or benefits fraud.

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