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The federal government is currently too big to manage and too big to hold accountable. In this week's newsletter, Newt urges House Republicans to insist on a scale of reform which holds its bureaucrats accountable and brings Big Government under control.
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If you wish to be a sublime man, you should understand the rules of the society; and the, you will be a best of American citizen and here are:
Three main paths are the Happiness, the Source of Life and the Sorrow, and with Noble Fivefold are the Right Thoughtfulness, the Right Love, the Right forgiveness, the Right Struggles and the Right Independence, voice of wisdom of Bright Quang.
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Newt says sending American troops to Syria would be a major mistake. +1 if you agree.
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Funny how John Kerry has bumbled into this! Why couldn't we have shown the U.N. AND THE WORLD how morally BANKRUPT it is to allow an ally to gas innocent civilians.  Russia and Iran should be ashamed of themselves for not getting a leash on their dog, Assad.  This is the U.N.'s job #1, and if they aren't doing it, why do they even exist? This administration is making the same flawed arguments for unilateral war Presidents have made since Vietnam.
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The potential for driverless cars is enormous. Today at 4pm ET, Newt will host a special Newt University course on autonomous vehicles, examining the implications of the driverless car for personal safety, quality of life, and budgetary savings. Join the class for free at the link below.
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This is a flaming homosexual car faggotrons
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I encourage the people of AZ-5 to send a real leader to Congress. Join me in supporting Kirk Adams.
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A recent survey found that only 14% of Americans believe their children will have a better future than they had. The election this November gives us an opportunity to change this though, by electing a forward-looking Republican administration, as opposed to a president dedicated to European-style socialism.
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Stop Newt !  Stop with all the rhetoric.  Remember, big ideas not big talk!
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If last Friday's dictatorial action by President Obama is allowed to stand, historians may someday look back on June 15, 2012 as the day the Constitution died.
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quinta-feira, 12 de julho de 2012
Não foi Nada Barato!
"Vocês foram comprados por alto preço. Portanto, glorifiquem a Deus com o corpo de vocês." (1 Coríntios 6:20)

As pessoas costumam dizer que nada na vida é de graça. Pois saiba: o perdão de Deus é grátis, mas com certeza não custou barato. Enquanto por nós mesmos não podemos fazer nada para merecer o perdão de Deus, a Ele custou muito. O preço foi a morte de Seu único Filho na cruz.

Na nossa sociedade, ficamos desconfiados com tudo que é de graça. Quando alguém fala: "temos uma oferta gratuita para você", logo queremos saber qual é a "jogada" por traz disso. Lembro de uns anos atrás, quando eu e minha família ganhamos ingressos grátis para a Disneylândia. Chegando lá, tínhamos um ingresso a mais e vimos algumas pessoas sentadas, próximas de nós.

Eu disse: "Oi, eu tenho um ingresso a mais, você quer? É de graça!".

"O que você quer?" - logo perguntaram com desconfiança.

"É um ingresso grátis para a Disneylândia. Eu tenho um a mais, e posso te dar".

"Não, não quero."

Então lá estava eu explicando para as pessoas o motivo de eu querer dar o ingresso. "Eu tenho esse ingresso a mais que ganhei. Ninguém quer?". Finalmente alguém pegou o ingresso, mas todos ficaram desconfiados.

Assim, quando ouvimos que Deus está pronto para nos perdoar, e de graça, dizemos: "Isso não vai dar em nada. Qual é a pegadinha?". Deixa-nos perplexos o fato de que Deus pode nos perdoar sem que paguemos coisa alguma.

Todavia, devemos sempre lembrar que o perdão é de graça, mas não foi nada barato. A Deus, o perdão custou tudo.
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BBW - Big Brothers Watching... lol
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Margaret Thatcher, Pope John Paul and Ronald Reagan changed history. The world would be a much different place without them. -Newt
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I think that U.S. government leaders need to go back and read the history and philosophy of Reagan and Thatcher.  It may give us a better template then what is currently being employed.
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Victory at Yorktown, Newt and Bill Forstchen's conclusion to the George Washington series, is now available! In the video below, Newt shares a bit more about the book and explains how we can all learn something from George Washington when it comes to rebuilding our nation. +1 this post if you agree.
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ward anderson," let he who is without sin cast the first stone."  At least Newt confessed his sin; have you? 
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This morning, Newt talked with The Today Show's Matt Lauer about vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan. Watch the interview below, and don't forget to +1 this post if you agree with Newt.
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+Brian Nelson I read the article at the link you provided. I agree that Reagan didn't reduce the deficit and, apparently, increased it. The article shows that Clinton actually decreased the deficit but strangely enough, that came about because the Republicans forced him to. The article claims that the budgets were smaller when Democrats were in charge. I guess when the opposite party is in charge they don't agree with all the spending the president wants. Here is the issue I see, and it seems to be borne out by some of the numbers, we have entitlement programs that are running out of control. Social Security and  Medicare are two big ones. They are going broke and they are increasingly costly. If the politicians had separated the Social Security money from the general fund and had invested the money we might not be where we are now with that program. As it is, the government has to make up the difference between the money coming in and the money going out. Entitlement programs in general are a bad idea because they are not sustainable. The growth in costs far exceeds our ability to pay, and that happens pretty quickly. This is not a proper role for government. It is a wonderful idea, helping people, but government is ill equipped to do it properly. Fraud, waste and accountability are huge problems with bureaucracies. There is so much more that could be said about this but it would take a book so I will stop here. The bottom line is that our government is spending way more than it takes in and some how, some way that needs to stop.
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Newt will talk with Nancy Cordes on the CBS Evening News tonight at 6:30 pm. +1 this post if you plan to watch.
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The gaylord resort is also nice here,in Orlando
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President Obama proved Friday that on the question of big government he is out of touch with 66% of San Diegans, 70% of the citizens of San Jose, and a decisive majority of the voters of Wisconsin.

Where is President Obama getting his information and advice from?
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Good post.
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