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Erin Burnett continues her “incite-full” coverage

The day after the riot made Ferguson MO resemble 14th street of Washington DC after MLK’s 1968 assassination, Erin Burnett interviewed NAACP President who announced a call for a march to protest the injustice of the violence committed on Michael … Continue reading

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Better news on Boston from MSNBC?

MSNBC has been reporting that the suspect is in a boat, that he was wounded, and they are waiting waiting to make sure no one else gets injured.  A resident reported seeing blood in a backyard and it led to … Continue reading

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Is the budget impasse another GOP use of the “big lie” technique?

House Speaker Boehner said, in his party’s April 2, 2011 weekly address, “Republicans continue to fight for the largest spending cuts possible to help end Washington’s job-crushing spending binge.”  Really? It’s Washington spending that caused the high unemployment that was really … Continue reading

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ATM Fee Increases

I watched a 2011 April’s Fool Day ABC news story dealing with increases in ATM fees.  It reported that the banks need to make up for the impact of new banking law restrictions.  The media accepted what the banks are telling … Continue reading

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Response from Sen. Warner on my concerns about China

Following is a response  from Senator John Warner (R-VA) to my argument that we shouldn’t back down from a trade war with China:               Thank you for contacting me to share your concerns over U.S.-China relations. I appreciate your … Continue reading

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Stop Importing Hazardous and Adulterated Products

Wash. Post, July 15, 2007: "In Role Reversal, China Blocks Some U.S. Meat"   If China wants to play hard ball with us shouldn’t our government say "bring it on"? What would happen if we banned all Chinese imports?    … Continue reading

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Is the public’s view of the Iraq War out of synch?

The majority of the public and many candidates for President are demanding that the U.S. pull out of Iraq ASAP. Troops are dying for a war based on lies.  What about the war on Jihadists can really use dispassionate informed … Continue reading

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