Monthly Archives: May 2013

Benghazi- Obama’s “Bay of Pigs”

Basic core values or lack thereof reveal why no attempt was made to rescue Americans on   9/11/12 when the Benghazi Embassy was attacked. If you have no respect for life at any point along the spectrum from conception until natural … Continue reading

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We Will Remember Them

The final Monday in May is Memorial Day, a designated federal holiday to remember the men and women who died while in military service. Not to be confused with Veterans Day, which celebrates the service of all U.S. military veterans, … Continue reading

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Senator Whitehouse and his Idiotic Rant About Global Warming

    Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) went to the floor of the Senate on Monday, May 20, 2013 and made an absolute fool of himself.  Shortly after the devastating and tragic tornado had struck Moore, OK, with its huge loss of … Continue reading

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Mom Was a Lady

I lost my mother, the ultimate liberated woman, true feminist and leader, in 1988. She taught me to celebrate the strength and power of women. The Left treats women as persecuted by societal injustice and battling with men. “The pathology … Continue reading

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The Real Meaning of the Benghazi Cover-Up

After many months of stories, investigations, obfuscations, liberal media biased reporting (and lack thereof) and political infighting, this week’s House of Representative’s hearings are finally starting to provide some solid information.  We have now heard from the top U.S. official … Continue reading

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Sharron Angle: Common Core Poison

My political journey began at the legislature testifying for a new Nevada home school law in 1983 after my son’s teacher introduced a religious abstraction into his kindergarten classroom. Today, the battle continues with an Illinois family finding the classroom … Continue reading

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FAU- Fund Another University

On December 30, 2012, I viewed three Emails requesting donations. One was from my alma mater Florida Atlantic University (FAU), the other from Hillsdale College, and the third from our home town heroes, Institute for Policy Innovation. I clicked on … Continue reading

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