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The Nitelifer Circle of Sanity

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Biggest news of the day?  A Pennsylvania judge has ordered that the voter suppression law not be allowed to go into effect this year and therefore cannot be used to affect the 2012 Presidential election.  Victory?  Hardly, because there is no provision to strike it down completely and will be allowed for 2013 and years going forward.  Where are the NAACP, Justice Department and Supreme Court on this?
Tomorrow is the event we have all be waiting for, the first of 3 2012 Presidential Debates between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.  We will discuss the implications of the debate and what can come out of it tomorrow, both good and bad for the President.
And finally, last week a VICIOUS and malicious rumor was being spread around not only the internet, but the news media as well that there would be a worldwide bacon shortage.  How in the world does that happen?!?!  Thank God it was false but did you hear about it?  Did it make you panic?  It sure got us upset here in the Circle of Sanity.  We’ll discuss the impact of bacon not being available and what would have happened if they said the same thing about chicken?
We WILL hit these points and more, tonight at 8:00pm EST.
Focusing on the major and sometimes overlooked topics affecting us in America today, the Nitelifer Circle of Sanity examines what is going on in Baltimore MD, Seattle WA, and all parts of the country in between.  The “Media” is or isn't talking about it, but regardless, The Nitelifer Circle of Sanity is! We hope to enlighten and educate while delivering the seriousness of the issues with sarcasm and humor.  Whether it is politics or social issues, The Nitelifer Circle of Sanity will be there.
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