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Tonight's show...the word "tyranny" is a dangerous word to use to describe President Obama or this government. According to Rasmussen's telephone survey, 65% of American adults think the purpose of the second amendment is... more

Tonight's show... Is President Obama the anti Christ? Here is another attempt to destroy the Presidency and the President. Another attempt is calling this government a government of tyranny by the NRA and right wing media. As a... more

Who started the first safety net. Should we discontinue social programs including public schools, medicare, medicaid, Obama care, social security and unemployment compensation? The Bible says if we give to the poor we lend to... more

Executive Orders are issued by the President and are legally binding directives that equates laws passed by Congress. Republicans have called President Obama a dictator for using his Executive power to create and change laws, a... more

Executive Orders are issued by the President and are legally binding directives that equates laws passed by Congress. Republicans have called President Obama a dictator for using his Executive power to create and change laws, a... more

In the State of the Union address, Pres Bush, announced his "Twenty in Ten" goal to cut U.S. gasoline consuption by 20% over the next ten years. (2007-2017). Like under Pres Obama, Congress did not like the proposals in the SOTU address.... more

The Supreme Court gave the EPA legal authority to regulate green house gas and other emissions under the Clean Air Act.

Over the next 4 years the number of eligible Latino voters Nationwide is projected to increase by more than 4 million. More than 90% of Hispanics under 18 are US citizens and about 800,000 of them turn 18 and become eligible to vote every... more

The Census Bureau revealed that the poverty rate remained stuck at 15% last year (2012) the same as the year before (2011) and some 2.5 percentage points higher than in 2007, reads a NY Times article, "The Measure of Our Poverty."... more

According to a new report from Wealthinsight, there will be more than 9.5 million millionaires in this country by 2017 showing a growth rate of 68%. The amount they possess will increase by 83% to just under 40 Trillion dollars. In 2012, total... more

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