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Amy Kremer
"I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life's a bitch. You've got to go out and kick ass." - Maya Angelou
"I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life's a bitch. You've got to go out and kick ass." - Maya Angelou

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Those blaming Senator Ted Cruz and Senator Mike Lee for allowing Harry Reid to push through Obama's nominations because of the forced vote to stop executive amnesty, you couldn't be more wrong. It's a bogus claim being pushed by the GOP establishment. 

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BOOM! There it is -> Republican leadership in the US Senate funded the attack ads on conservative MS State Senator Chris McDaniel in the MS Senate race against Cochran.

Senators funding the attack ads include MCCONNELL, CORNYN, CORKER, PORTMAN & BLUNT.

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Guys, this primary is in two weeks and early voting started today. Katrina needs our help. We can send shock waves through the establishment if we can defeat Pete Sessions!

Katrina Pierson and her story are what the Republican Party desperately needs!
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Senator Ted Cruz goes head to head w/ Van Jones over Defund Obamacare and Harry Reid's shutdown on CNN's Crossfire. He was armed with facts and gave a Texas sized smack down to Van Jones and Senator Whitehouse (D-RI).

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Congressman Sean Duffy schools Andrea Mitchell on Obamacare exemptions and then tells her the media should do its job and start asking the questions that only Jon Stewart has asked. A must see!

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Ouch!!! Dbl Down: Obamacare Will Increase Avg Individual-Market Insurance Premiums By 99% For Men, 62% For Women

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The real pain being felt across America... #defundobamacare

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Stark differences in promises and reality...

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#Über is one of my favorite things ever! 
The 25-year startup: Uber

Uber just collected a quarter billion dollar investment. That is just incredible. In an age where I thought Color was over capitalized with only a $40 million investment this probably looks absolutely insane to many people.

But Uber is the best executing company, er, startup, I have ever seen. In Paris, the drivers love it. In Sydney they love it. Etc etc. As I've traveled I've seen how both customers and employees love this company. It is amazing how fast it has grown around the world. This is a company that didn't exist before 2010. Amazingly fast growth around the world.

Yet there is a LOT of execution risk. In Vancouver it has been banned. In London Hailo has done a better job of taking over that great city.

That's what this money is for: to help them take over the world as quickly as possible. This is what happens when you execute. You get investors excited. 

But that takes us to why I think this is one of the most interesting startups: it is a startup that's playing a 25 year game.


Well, in about a decade people like me will be getting self-driving cars. They will not be accepted at first by the mainstream. Lots of car companies have already done the surveys to figure out why: we like to drive. It's especially a deep problem for males: we equate driving to our masculinity. 

In about 25 years our culture will have changed. For a whole lot of reasons. But I can see how Uber will become one of the world's most important transportation brands and how it could introduce driverless cars to the world. 

See, you won't own a driverless car. It will just come to you. You'll own a piece of a fleet. I can see how Uber will let you order a driverless car for less money than if you choose to have a driver come to you. 

For many people Uber could be their first experience in a driverless car. 

I've met a few Uber drivers who said the service has already let them hire several other drivers and own a fleet of cars. These new entrepreneurs will see the advantage of the driverless fleet first. 

Google's VCs can see this new future, because they are thinking of a contextual world where services know your patterns through life and serve you (Google Now, for instance, along with Google Glass, which was code-named "Wingman" for its potential ability to assist you in living your life).

In 25 years no one will remember the quarter billion dollars invested. But they will use their wearable computers to call up their Uber cars. 

If this company executes over the next 25 years as it has in the past three, it will be one of the world's greatest brands up there with Apple, Nike, Coke, etc. 

I am all in!

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What a joke! Like they can be trusted.
The Obama administration will appoint a group of former White House officials and security experts who have spent their careers working in intelligence to oversee the review of National Security Agency surveillance programs, according to a new report.
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